I Have Suddenly Won $800,000? I got an email saying- “This …

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I Have Suddenly Won $800,000? I got an email saying-

I honestly believe this is a load of BS for two reasons.
1. There is a couple mistakes with typing that they had done with the e-mail.
2. They sent me this letter through google docs rather than linking me to a legit website.

Unlike many e-mails I usually get as spam that say I need credit card info or SSN, this one only wants to know my Full name, house address, occupation, sex, age, direct phone NO., state, and country.

I feel like it’s fake. What do you guys think. Anyone else got the same e-mail?
You know what. I think I’m gonna troll these guys and make them think I’m gonna give ’em what they want.

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