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> Date: Thu, 28 Jan 2010 18:30:03 -0500
> From: info@mastercard.co.uk
> To:
> Subject: Important Notification
>
>
>
> MASTERCARD® / MICROSOFT® INTERNATIONAL MEGA JACKPOT.
> Executive Director: Mr. Chris Monteiro.
>
>
> Dear Cash Winner,
>
>
> Your e-mail address was selected and confirmed by our co-sponsor Microsoft
> International, through their latest internet software. You have therefore
> been approved by MasterCard® Int'l/Microsoft® Corporation UK the sum of
> £952,000.00GBP(Nine Hundred And Fifty Two Thousand Great British Pounds).
> These funds are in cash, Credited to a valid cashier's check, with a
> winning Reg. No. MCIMJ: 36925/0751. Be informed that your prize has been
> insured and ready for pay out to you. You are to contact your assigned
> claims officer below with your required information's:
>
>
> Name: Mrs. Helen Thomason
> E-mail: helenthomason@discuz.org
> Claims Verification Department.
>
>
> Do email the above Claims Administrator, at once with this Claims
> Requirements; 1. Full Name: 2. Address: 3. Nationality: 4. Age: 5.
> Occupation: Nature of Work: 6. Phone: Fax: 7. State of Origin: Country: 8.
> Sex: 9. Winning Email
> Address:
>
>
> Mode of Prize Remittance:Courier Delivery Of your Certified Winning Cheque
> and other Winning Documents safely to you.
>
>
>
> Yours sincerely,
> Dr. Noelle Roubinek.
> Head Customer Care Service.
> Copyright © 2010 MasterCard Inc UK.
>
>

 
     
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