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Scam email I received today.

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Your Attention Please,

I have an urgent donation information for you which will benefit you and your entire family, with the less privileged in your local community.

Respond back to this email immediately so as to enable me provide you with the complete information regarding this donation.

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Anthony Street, Easington Colliery. Arson?

Yesterday evening at about 10.30pm I was awoken by sirens and flashing blue lights. I stuck my head out of the bedroom window, which is at the front of our house, and saw thick plumes of black smoke.
I hurriedly got dressed and went down stairs.
My wife was downstairs, and had also heard the commotion, she had looked out of the back door, and saw big plumes of smoke that were so dense she could hardly see the bottom of our road.
Anthony Street, Easington Colliery
I ventured down to the bottom of our street and watched while firemen tackled the blazing house at 1 Anthony Street.
Flames were shooting out of the top floor windows. A good number of our neighbours were out watching the disturbing incident.
The only good news is the fact that 1 Anthony Street is an unoccupied house.
Anthony Street, Easington Colliery
The house has not been secure since the middle of March of this year, with the back door open for all and sundry to enter.
A number of other local residents, and myself, have spoken to the council about this property, and also to our local councillors – but to no avail.
Our concerns have fallen of deaf ears. The result. Another burnt out house.
Anthony Street, Easington Colliery
Why our concerns have fallen on deaf ears, I have no idea.
This year alone there have been at least three house fires in the A and B streets of Easington Colliery. These acts of arson are seemingly being ignored by the authorities.
Along with the other concerned local residents I hope it won’t take someones death as a result of these arsons attacks, before the powers that be, take any action.
Anthony Street, Easington Colliery
Blog post by Richard Randall

Anastasiia milama.nastya@yandex.com = Scam

Nice to meet you! How are you doing? I write to you with my personal email so write to me at any time. I will be always glad to answer you. I with pleasure will tell to you about me and about my life. I send you my photo if it is pleasant to you, I will send to you more. I also will be glad to see your photos. I’m from Russia, I hope this is not a problem for us. transformersk@proflavineq.eaffleren.xyz milama.nastya@yandex.com

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May and June Competition Wins

My first win of May was a paperback copy of Tiptoe by Kit O’Conor.
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Next to arrive in May was a bundle of books which included The Dolocher by Caroline Barry, Somewhere Inside of Happy by Anna McPartlin, A Summer at Sea by Katie Fforde, Outstanding by Kathryn Flett, The Moth Catcher (Vera Stanhope) by Ann Cleeves, and The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper by Phaedra Patrick.
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A Parcel Force van arrived and the delivery guy handed me a box. I opened it to reveal a Vivid Electronic Cigarette. Also in the box was a small box, it contained a £200 Amazon voucher. An excellent win.
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A couple of childrens books arrived in the post. Hoot Owl, Master of Disguise by Sean Taylor (Author), Jean Jullien (Illustrator), and Don’t Call Me Choochie Pooh! by Sean Taylor (Author), Kate Hindley (Illustrator).
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June Wins:
A rather random prize of a bottle of Olive Oil, and a small paddling pool arrived in the post. The Olive Oil I will use, but the paddling pool will go in a big box I’m gradually filling for a local charity.
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A paperback copy of The Adventures of Alfie Onion by Vivian French, arrived in the post.
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A package containing three DVD’s arrived in the post. The House of Magic, Paddington, and Shaun The Sheep – The Movie.
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Last win to arrive in the post was some bits and bobs relating to the Robinson Crusoe movie, including face masks, colouring pencils, and some stickers.
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Blog post by Richard Randall
Total prize value to date: £5820 (from 1st September 2013).

Evgeniia tixomaha.evja@yandex.com = Scam

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How are you doing? I write to you with my personal email so write to me at any time. I will be always glad to answer you. I with pleasure will tell to you about me and about my life. I send you my photo if it is pleasant to you, I will send to you more. I also will be glad to see your photos. I’m from Russia, I hope this is not a problem for us. tixomaha.evja@yandex.com olossidaeh@conciliationistu.hamelter.xyz

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wscsa@collector.org 0027-83-883-5750 = Scam

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