irairopa (irairopa) wrote,
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Осторожно, лохотрон!

Вот такая радость свалилась мне в почтовый ящик 

 U.S. Department of State sent this message to ххххххххххх
Your registered name is included to show this message originated from U.S. Department of State.  Congratulations, you've won !

Dear хххххххххх,
Congratulations on winning a United States Permanent Resident Card through Diversity Visa Lottery. Selection guarantees that you will receive a United States Permanent Resident Card(also known as Green Card or Diversity Visa) only if you follow the instructions for further processing. Follow the instruction below to pay the processing fees
and start the integration process in the United States as soon as possible.Acceptance Date: Wednesday 13th of July 2011 06:53:29 AM
Winner Name: хххххххххх

Is the Diveristy Visa FREE ?
No. There is a big confusion. Only the participation in the Diversity Visa Lottery was free but the winners must pay the visa processing fees.
The fees are collected by Embassy or Consulate abroad, Department of Homeland Security's, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The fee is also used to prove your identity and express your interest in the U.S visa so we can make all the demands required for your relocation in the United States.



Дальше они хотят 880 долларов с рыла.
Потом усыпляют бдительность душераздирающим рассказом, как мне повезло.

You have been selected at random from over 12.1 million qualified entries (16.5 million with derivatives) received.The diversity lottery was conducted under the terms of section 203(c) of the Immigration and Nationality Act which makes available 50,000 permanent resident visas annually to persons from countries with low rates of immigration to the United States.

With the Diversity Visa (also known as Green Card) you will enjoy all the advantages and benefits of a US permanent resident, including:
Health Insurance: Freedom HSA Direct Individual Helth insurance for 1 year
Dwelling: Apartment in New York, Queens(1 bedroom) for 3 months
Guaranteed job: A job in the field that you are are currently qualified so you can start working even from the first week you arrive in the United States and get paid as U.S citizen.
Education: Education for U.S. Students or Higher Education through EducationUSA. It includes transfer to a U.S college or Univeristy so you can continue your educational study. More details can be found at http://educationusa.state.gov/.


Там еще много чего понаписали и очень подробно расписали шаги, как переслать деньги через Western Union.
А теперь сюрпрайз: деньги надо послать в Великобританию. С какого перепуга? И на это есть подробный ответ:

Please send the payment to the U.S. embassy agent address in United Kingdom:
Bel Zajic
24 Grosvenor Square
London, W1A 2LQ
United Kingdom Why to send the payment fees in the United Kingdom ?
The payment must be sent to U.S. embassy agent address in United Kingdom because the U.S government decided this based on its international
policy and the relations with your country.


А в конце милое пердуперждение по принципу: "Нефиг думать, трясти надо!"

The payment must be sent via Western Union no later than 31 July 2011. You are strongly encouraged not to wait until the last day to pay. Heavy demand may result in system delays.

Только маленькая неувязочка: не играла я в эту лотерею.
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