We are pleased to inform you of the result of the last final draw of MODEL SETH MITCHELL INTERNATIONAL LOTTERY Programs.
The lotto draws was conducted from an exclusive list of the fans email that leaves comment or questions for Seth on the blog.
After the automated computer ballot, your e-mail address account emerged as a winner in the category and e-ticket number: (redacted), you are therefore to receive a cash prize of $180,000.00 (One hundred and eighty Thousand) USD, from the total payout.
You are advised to contact our Certified and Accredited claims agent for category (match 1) winners with the information below:
Provide him with the following information:
Country of Residence:
Note: I personally send the winning notification to you to avoid diversion of a winner's fund. If you do not get your prize after two weeks, do not hesitate to click reply to this message and inform me.
Once again, congratulations for your winning prize.
I'm pretty sure this is a scam, but I'm almost impressed in how they found me.
I did comment on a blog where Seth Mitchell (a real model, by the way) was featured. I said I wanted to be entered for the drawing. However, that drawing was for one of his posters. And it was back in 2010!
How many people do you think would actually respond to this hoping for the $180,000? The information they ask for doesn't seem all that sensitive, does it? It's not like they're asking for your SSN or credit card/bank information. Still, I know if it's too good to be true, it's most likely not true. And I never entered into this contest to begin with.
Unfortunately, I couldn't find anything on the internet stating this is an actual scam (or I'm just looking in the wrong place - not impossible!).
What do you think? Have you received one of these e-mails?