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Subject: Re Jackpotjoy Cash Offer
Date: Mon 20 Dec 2010 06 05 24 -0500
From: Jackpotjoy Customer Support <supports@london.com>

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Jackpotjoy Bingo Games
Corporate Headquarter,5, Lancaster Rd,
Kensington, London W11
United Kingdom.
Tel: +44 7005-938-103, Tel: +44 701-114-6895
Tel: +44 702-403 6118, Tel: +44 702-406-7033
Fax: +44 7005-938-240
Website: www.jackpotjoycashoffer.co.cc

Dear Sweepstakes Winner,

Your email ticket number: 04 22 03 02 19 and serial# 0201 drew our lucky number through our electronic balloting promotions email cash offer. Payments not received from this office within 30days from the receipt of this letter will be revoked as all outstanding payment will be cleared on a period of 30days from the receipt of this notification. Also, note that no ticket was sold and you did not enter into any sweepstakes draw rather your email was luckily picked by our Electronic Balloting Machine (E.B.M) to emerge winner.

To enable us proceed with your claims please fill the information below;

1. Full Names:

2. Address:

3. Age:

4. Sex:

5. Telephone:

6. Country:

A scan copy of your identity in jpeg or pdf format as is necessary for documentation and release of the cheque by the delivery officer. As soon as verification is confirmed as one of our lucky recipient we will process your payment information.

Yours Faithfully,
Michael Butler
Coordinator for Jackpotjoy UK

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