I’m A Winner!

Apparently, my email address was chosen to “win” a prize: US citizenship!  This is no joke – a scam, surely, but the following is a copy of the actual text contained within this email.  It’s one of the most ridiculous things I have ever read, although I have to admit that the “disclaimer” text at the bottom (in italics) seems very authentic – despite the numerous spelling and grammatical errors in the email!  So  Happy Constitution Day – according to my 4th grader, anyway – celebrate by reading this B.S. email and laughing out loud (and praying for the poor people who are actually victimized by this garbage).

CONGRATULATIONS YOU ARE A WINNER!!! U.S. PROGRAM OF GREEN CARD LOTTERY-YEAR 2009/2010

We are here to inform you that you are among people selected that  have won US Green Card lottery.  Your email was selected so you are now citizen of United State of American. USA president has offerd you free ticket to United state of American. Live, Work and study in United States.

Kindly contact your claim agent Dan Gold  usafis_organization_green_card@live.com on more details of how to get your traveling documents and free air ticket to USA.

Congratulations once again.

Sincerely yours,

Lisa David

USA Department Of State     From the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs Visa Services:
The congressionally mandated Diversity Immigrant Visa Program is administered on an annual basis by the Department of State and conducted under the terms of Section 203(c) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). Section 131 of the Immigration Act of 1990 (Pub. L. 101-649) amended INA 203 to provide for a new class of immigrants known as “diversity immigrants” (DV immigrants). Alien petitioners for the Diversity Visa Program will no longer be permitted to submit a petition by mail. Instead, the Department will require that all petitions be submitted to it in an electronic format, using an Internet website dedicated specifically to the submission and receipt of Diversity.

6 thoughts on “I’m A Winner!”

  1. HAHAHA… deported back to Chicago – that is hilarious, but only because it’s a joke – if there were a real threat of that, then it would just be scary!

  2. Yes, Chicago is still representative of the US (even with the infamous Chicago politics), unlike some certain cities/states that seem to be from another planet, let alone country… Just sayin’!

    (no, not a dig at OH- I have some other places in mind)

  3. Not good for Blago. The jury unanimously found him guilty of one count, albeit the least harsh count, and hung on the other 23. That means he’s officially a convicted felon, can’t claim victory or vindication by a jury. He also has to face another trial with no money, possibly different lawyers and a pissed off U.S. Attorney. Not much to be happy about if you’re the Rod

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