There are several short lottery/419 scam mails received in succession. These are all scams, and the names used are fake.
1) Irish Online Draws:
On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 8:07 PM, Irish Online Draws <email@example.com> wrote:
Irish National Lottery
Your email have been lucky to have been selected among 50 Recipient of
£891,934.00 pounds sterlings. each by Irish National Lottery Board.
For further inquiry,please Contact our claim desk with your Details:-
Claim Department:FOREIGN TRANSFER MANAGER –
Contact Mr. Sean James Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
2) Fake Unicef Scam:
On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 8:49 AM, Unicef Foundation <email@example.com> wrote:
Your Email account with Qualification numbers (UCF/UN/EU/2010) Ticket pin 21438700001 have WON you cash Grant/Donation of $500,000 (five hundred thousand dollars) from UNICEF foundation end of year give away.send 1. Full Names: 2Full Address: 3.City: 4.Country: 4 Sex: 5.Age: 6.Occupation: 7.Telephone Number To Mr Thomas Sanchez UN payment officer Email:firstname.lastname@example.org for claims
3)Fake Hang Seng Bank $6.5m story
2010/1/29 MR WONG <email@example.com>
An Iraqi made a fixed deposit of $6.5m usd in
my bank branch (Hang Seng Bank,Hong Kong)
where am a director and he died with his entire
family in the war leaving behind no next of kin,
I’m ready to share 50/50 with you ifyou choose
to stand as my deceased client next of kin.
If interested mail me at the address below.