"Kim" says she's with the UK National Lottery Commission, and wants your "assistance" to collect on an "unclaimed" winning lottery ticket. While supposedly living in London -- she doesn't actually say so -- she says the "winning amount" is 8,497,985, with a question mark in place of the British Pound Sterling Symbol '£' LOL. Don't help her, let her figure it out on her own. So we can see "what she is talking about," she points us at two different lottery stories that are each at least five years old. To see more of these lottery scams, Click Here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You.
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