The following is a scam, regardless if you find it in an email or on a website posting.
—– Original Message —–
From: “MR. JOHN WOODBACK” <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, July 06, 2007
Subject: Private Mail
> Dear Friend,
> My name is Mr.John Woodback,I work in the Euro
> Lottery, I am soliciting your assistance for a swift transfer of 4,528,000
> GBP, should you be willing to assist me in this project we shall be
> sharing the funds 50-50.
> Just as a brief note, due to my position in the
> company I could make it happen that you would be dey winner of the amount
> stated above, naturally every body would like to play a lottery if they
> are assured of winning, I am assuring you today that you will be a
> winner, please do not take for granted this once in a life time
> opportunity as we both stand to collectively gain from this at the
> success of the transaction.
> Should you be willing to assist me in this transaction please respond to
> my secure
> I would be providing you with my private phone number.
> Mr. John Woodback