anna.swelung, the name is cute and very famous in internet. Persons who working at IT sector, know this lady name well. Because everyone received a chain mail related to free laptop promotion offer from ericsson company. Please think that if such an offer is actual, ericsson company want to shutdown its operations within 1 minute…
Example words of this email hoex is shown below:
Fwd: FREE Laptops!…
The Ericsson Company is distributing free computer Lap-tops in an attempt to match Nokia that has already done so.
Ericsson hopes to increase its popularity this way. For this reason, they are giving away the new WAP laptops. All you need to do to qualify is to send this mail to 8 people you know. Within 2 weeks, you will receive Ericsson T18. But if you can send it to 20 people or more, you will receive Ericsson R320.
Make sure to send a copy to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Email contributed by Andrei D., May 10, 2009:
Ericsson is distributing free laptops for their brand promotion. They hope to increase their popularity and sale by this campaign. All you need to do is send an email about this promotion to 8 people and you will receive an Ericsson T16 Laptop.
However, if you send an email to 20 or more people, you will receive an Ericsson R320 Laptop.
Make sure you send a copy to: email@example.com
N. Kousik (IT – Manager – RCG)
Quote from https://www.ericsson.com/article/faq_914590152_c
5: Is it true that you are giving away mobile phones and laptops? Please give me Anna Swelungs e-mail address.
No, Ericsson is not giving away phones or laptops. The chain letter is a Fraud and has been circulating since April 2000. The following is an extract from the letter: “All you need to do is send an e-mail about this promotion to 8 people and you will receive an Ericsson T18 Laptop. // if you send an e-mail to 20 or more people, you will receive an Ericsson R320 Laptop. Make sure you send a copy to: Anna.firstname.lastname@example.org”
Anna Swelung does not exist at Ericsson. The legal and IT departments at Ericsson will trace the person who initiated the illegal chain letter.
Ericsson is sorry for any inconvenience this might have caused and kindly ask people not to forward the chain mail further.