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Another email scam I received claiming that they are from Toyota Motor Company. Beware of this.
Here's the full message:

Marketing/Advertising Department.
Toyota World Wide China Branch.
Fortune Building No.5, Dong San Beijing China.

DEAR Winner,

We are glad to inform you that following the announcement made today by the Toyota Motor Company International, You have been selected as one of the lucky winner of the TOYOTA INTERNATIONAL PROMOTION PROGRAM for the year 2011. This promotion was organized annually to advertise and promote the marketing of Toyota Motor (MODELS) in the world. Though, forms were not sold for this lottery exercise but participants were selected through automated random selection drawn from 1,500,000 email addresses of individuals and companies from all part of the world as part of our Electronic Business Promotions Program.

As a result of our effort in visiting individual profile and addresses through web site, your email address which was attached to ticket number 286-466-8467, with serial number 405-00, drew lucky numbers 09,11,67,84,5,30 and Bonus number 88, Your INSURANCE Number: TO466/553L/TIPP has won you the lottery award in the First Category of the TOYOTA LOTTERY PROMOTION DRAW.

The TOYOTA COMPANY INTERNATIONAL have therefore approved the payment of US$500,000.00 as the winning amount deposited with the Bank for the first Category winners of the TOYOTA LOTTERY PROMOTION DRAW in the world.


We however bring to your notice that Toyota Company International has authorized the holding Bank to make direct payment to winners through AUTOMATED TELLER MACHINE (ATM) for ease of payment. Please be informed that your won sum of US$500,000.00 is now with the payee center. To facilitate your claims, you should contact our agents immediately and give them your winning information to re-insure your winning under your full names.

To begin your claim, please submit the following information immediately to our agent.

1. Full Name:
2. Address:
3. Occupation:
4. Age:
5. Sex:
6. Nationality:
7. Country of Residence:
8. Telephone/Fax Number:
9. Ticket Number:
10. Serial Number:
11. Lucky Number:
12. Bonus Number:
13. Insurance Number:

NOTE: In order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications, please do not hesitate to contact our agents with the following information.


Mr. mark  sonya
Claims Agent

Mrs. Gloria Feng
Online coordinator

If you receive this kind of message in your email, don't ever believe it. You can easily spot email scams. They offer you a too-good to be true benefits that claims you're a winner of a lotto or a contest. Don't be fooled by this kind of email scam. If you receive the same kind of scam, please let us know. Let us help one another fight email scams.

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"Email Scam from Toyota Motor Company International" was written by Mary under the Internet category. It has been read 2354 times and generated 0 comments. The article was created on and updated on 07 October 2011.
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