This is a Publishers Clearing House scam, a classic lottery scam that's older than the internet. These are easily fallen for, since everyone knows that PCH does give money away to real winners. The spam is in green, my comments are in yellow. If you actually did enter the PCH Sweepstakes, they are not going to contact you by e-mail. Someone from PCH would send you notice by snail mail, call you on the phone, and ask permission for the media to be there. Another great tipoff that this is a scam is that they want you to reply to a free e-mail address. These are always scams.
Not From Publishers Clearing House <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Reply-to: email@example.com (Free Chinese Yahoo e-mail address)
To: Recipients <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Meaning it was bulkmailed to numerous people)
Date: Fri, May 27, 2011
Dear Winner (Intended Victim)!!! This is to inform you that your email address has been emerged as the winner of ($10,000,000.00 USD) in the publishers clearing house Lotto. For details of claims, Send us your full name and home address asap. Contact E-mail: email@example.com. Do Not Reply to this free e-mail address until you want to scambait them :o)
Mr. Jose Mark
Scams R Us, Inscamerated. We Belong in Prison.
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