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From: Perry Cole < spirall.agency@hotmail.co.uk >
Date: Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 8:41 AM

The Irish Lottery
P O Box 1010
11 G Lower Dorset Street,
Dublin 1, Ireland
(Customer Services)
Ref Number: UK/9420X2/68
Batch Number: 074/05/ZY369
It gives me great pleasure to inform you that your Verification and Fund Release form has passed through the proper legal verification processes and has sucessfully passed all standards in accordance with the Irish National Lottery Terms and Conditions.This is also to notify you that you have been officially cleared for payment by the verifications and fund release department at the Irish National Lottery  Headquarters and your winnings has been approved for release to you.
I am in reciept of your mail and i must say that you should count yourself extremely lucky to have emerged as one of our winners in this years lucky dip sweepstakes. As you already know your email address was randomly selected along with others from over 100,000 Unions on the internet. Each email address was attached to a ticket number. Your email address was selected as winner.Note that your winnings can be delivered in the next 24-48 hours upon your contacting the Allied Irish Bank,who is responsible for the swift bank transfer of your winning funds into your bank account.So you should contact them urgently to get your winnings.
It is our major priority as your fiduciary agent to make sure that your winning funds gets to you within the stipulated time for the claiming of winning,with that goal set in our mind in this office, we have deposited your winning funds with Allied Irish Bank and the sum of £750,000( Seven hundred and fifty thousand Pounds Sterling) has been deposited in your name.
Now you are to contact the bank with the contact information below for futher instructions on how to transfer your winning funds into your norminate personal account in your local country.
You should contact the Allied Irish Bank immediately without any delays, for your winnings had already been deposited with them for onward transfer to your personal account.
Note that you  are to provide the Bank with these details to identify you:
** TEL:
Below is the Details of the Allied Irish Bank
Transfer Department
Allied Irish Bank
Mr. Dermot Glesson
Allied Irish Bank.
Operations Department
Sovereign House
361 King Street
Hammersmith London,W6 9NA
Official Email:aib.trns@live.co.uk
Its is imperative that you add your IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS{FWC/IRS/8971} as the subject of any correspondence with the Allied Irish Bank and your Full name and Address to ensure that they respond in a timely manner.
I will require a concise update on proceedings with the Allied Irish Bank as soon as you are in contact with them. If you need any assistance whatsoever, please do not hesitate to let me know.
Once More Congratulations!!!
Yours Sincerely,
Mr.Perry Cole
Fiduciary Agent.
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