Dear lucky friend, This is a personal email directed to you.
[Yes, being addressed “Dear lucky friend” is soooo personal. Makes my heart beat faster to hear from my good friend… uh… George Traykov again.]
My name is George Traykov and I have decided to write you to share my fortune to two (2) lucky winner.
[Two (2) is more than one, George, so it would be the plural “winners,” not “winner.” Just saying. With all that money you have, you should hire an editor.]
I won the lottery twice but I’m still not happy being labelled the world’s most ungrateful winner hence I have voluntarily decided to donate $500,000.00 USD to you as part of my own charity project to improve the life of 2 lucky individuals all over the world.
[Here’s where some punctuation might be useful, Georgie boy. Do you mean: “I won the lottery twice but I’m still not happy, being labelled the world’s most ungrateful winner.” or “I won the lottery twice, but I’m still not happy being labelled the world’s most ungrateful winner.” See the difference? Also, you want to “improve the life of 2 lucky individuals all over the world.” What the hell does that even mean? As before, “life” is the singular form, while “lives” would be more in line with those 2 (two) lucky individuals. But more important, how can those 2 lucky individuals live “all over the world?”]
If you have received this email then you are one of the two lucky recipients and you are to send your response to my legal counsel < Peter Littlefield Esq > with the email address [ email@example.com ] for more info on how you can redeem your prize/donation. You can verify this by visiting the web pages below: http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/384307/Millionaire-George-Traykov-hits-the-jackpot-twice-as-he-scoops-TWO-lottery-wins Yours Sincerely, George Traykov
[So here’s what it all comes down to, George. I clicked the link you provided, and the story of your hitting the jackpot twice is apparently real. However, judging from the comments on that page (pasted here), it sounds like somebody is using your (I assume) good name in a prank email, or you are a two-timing worm.