FedEx Express scam

With all the free phone numbers and cell phone numbers you can get now the scam people on the internet getting more and more advanced. Before you could only reply to an email in Nigeria but now you can even call them and talk with them. They still lack the missing thing that is called email and website. Fedex would never send you an email from a free email and the Yahoo email is wrong it says HK not UK. It is this small things that make people do not call or write to them, well expect me off course.

Dear Beneficiary,

Your package worth the sum of £500,000.00GBP (Five Hundred Thousand Great
Britain Pound Sterling in a certified bank draft is in our office ready for
delivery, it was given to us by Miss Marissa Tonsk (Head Consultant) of the
Microsoft Corporation United Kingdom saying that it was won by your e-mail
address in their on going Microsoft Online Sweepstakes 2009 in conjuction
with Oil & UK National Lottery. She is here in london for a three (3) months

Surveying Project as she works with a consultant firm in london.

We are sending you this email because your package has been registered on a
Special Order. What you have to do now, is to contact our Delivery Department
for immediate dispatch of your package to your resident address. Note that as
soon as our Delivery Team confirms your information, it will take only

2{Two}working days (48 hours) for your package to arrive it’s designated
destination.

You are advised to contact our Head Dispatch Officer Mr.Daniel Smith for your
parcel delivery to your house address. Please provide him with your personal
details listed below:
Full Name:
House Address:
Telephone Number
Occupation:
Sex:
Age:
Country:

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FedEx Express ®Courier Company United Kingdom
Mr.Daniel Smith {Head Dispatch Officer}
E-mail:fedex.fedex@yahoo.com.hk
Phone:+447024078742

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