I received this 'amazing' e-mail today in my Spam folder. Well, it was just too good to be true. Luckily, this wasn't the first e-mail with this sort of joke, and I believed it won't be the last one for me. I even received a letter from Spain with my correct home address a couple of months ago, saying that I had won a lottery prize of some million Euros. Ok, firstly, anyone can just withold my home address, no big deal about that, so it wasn't a shock to me. Secondly, I never buy lottery tickets, so no chance in hell that I could ever won a lottery prize. So their 'random' target was just not for me, ha ha ha...
I do believe that some people will fall into these scams, and it really happened to one of my friends. She really interested to give her personal details, but I adviced her of not doing it. When she further checked about the winning claims, it was the same 'claims' that were distributed to other random people besides of her. Well, good for her, as she didn't go further miles with it.
I would like to advice my dearest friends of NOT easily (NOT AT ALL) to fall into these sort of scams. If you ever received something that is really really good to be true, and if that e-mail is in your Spam folder, just ignore it. Remember, we should live happily with what we have. If we want to live better, we should obtain it with hard determinations, not just believing to this joke that might turn you into instant millionaires.
p/s: I also have strong doubt about the 'Jutawan Internet Segera' thinggies, which are flooded on the internet now... I'm not interested and will never be. Fullstop!!!