Today we received by post a letter from ITO. Someone on our adress who does not live there, won billions of money…. Looks professional but asking for creditcardnumbers. Letter must be send back to ‘Incentive Allocation Board’ in Australia. But included is a businesscard of mr. mel reeve (‘prize officer’, hahaha) with po box in Australia but phonenumber in Amsterdam. Letter was addressed to someone who does not live in our house; it was made up i think. in Dutch so people in the Netherlands will be warned too: Brief ontvangen geadresseerd aan iemand die niet op ons adres woont. Diegene heeft millioenen gewonnen in El Gordo, bekende spaanse loterij. Maar wel moet direct een formulier met creditcardgegevens teruggestuurd worden. Flauwekul natuurlijk. Formulier moet naar Australie teruggestuurd worden, maar tel.nr. op visitekaartje is in Amsterdam. De Amerikaanse markt is kennelijk al wakker, dus nu wordt de Nederlandse markt maar es bewerkt…. Opgepast!
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