Someone by the Hebrew name of "אוטומציה," which is translated by Google as "Automation," wants you to believe that you are the winner in the "on-going Guinness National Promo" to "celebrate 250 years" of various types of Guinness Beer, and your e-mail address was "selected." Listen up: No corporation runs any kind of lottery or sweepstakes. They certainly don't run any "promotions" where they are giving large quantities of money away to individual people. Sure, Guinness might give away some beer every now and then. But no company anywhere chooses e-mail addresses as "winners." If you didn't buy a paper ticket, you didn't win. For more of these scam samples, Click Here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated.
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