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From: UK NATIONAL AWARD <info@online.co.uk>
Sent: Fri, February 12, 2010 12:48:17 PM
Subject: Our Winning Result Is Out(YOU WON)

3b Olympic Way, Sefton Business Park,
Aintree, Liverpool , L30 1RD
REF NO: UNL-L/400-26937
BATCH: 2010MJL-01

THE UK NATIONAL LOTTERY WINNING NOTIFICATION

Dear winner we are pleased to inform you of the announcement today of
winners of the THE UK NATIONAL LOTTERY 2010

Your company or your personal e-mail address, is attached to winning
number 1-2-2010-02UNL, with serial number S/N-00168 drew the
lucky numbers 887-13-865-37-10-83, and consequently won in the first
lottery category.

You have therefore been approved for a lump sum pay out of GBP
2,500,000.00 POUNDS in cash credited to file REF NO: UNL-L/400-26937
This is from total prize money of GBP 27,500,000.00 POUNDS, shared
among the Twenty (5)international winners in this category.

All participants were selected through our UNITED KINGDOM computer ballot
system drawn form 21,000 names,3,000 names from each continent.

We are sorry to let you know that our site is still under
construction, as we are updating our site.

Your fund has been deposited in an escrow account and insured with
your REF NO: REF NO: UNL-L/400-26937 and your E-mail address, Please note
that, you are to contact us via email and not phone as we are
promoting the use of E-mail, any communications with this office
should be by mail, You have the right to call the bank, as we will
provide you with the necessary details on how to claim your prize.

You are to keep your ref. number and batch number from the public,
until you have been processed and your money remitted to your
account.

This is part of our security protocol to avoid double claiming and
the act of scamming people of their ref number and prizes. We hope
with a part of your prize, you will participate in our year high
stakes US$1.3 billion International Lottery.

To claim your winning prize, you must first contact the claims
department by email for processing and remittance of your prize money
to you. The claims officer contact email is:

Name: Clara Anthony
E-mail: claraunloffice1@gmail.com
AND PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU ARE TO SEND THE BELOW INFORMATIONS REQUIRED
TO CLAIM YOUR WINNING PRIZE:
1. FULL NAMES: _______________________________________________________
2.NATIONALITY: _______________________________________________________
3. DATE OF BIRTH ________________________________________
4. SEX: _________________________
5. MARITAL STATUS: _____________________________________
6. CONTACT ADDRESS: _____________________________________________
7. TELEPHONE NUMBER: ___________________
8. OCCUPATION: _________________________________
9. WINNING E-MAIL ADDRESS:________________________________
10.REF/ BATCH NUMBERS:_________________________________________
11.TOTAL AMOUNT WON:_________________________________________

Upon reciept of the duly requested data,i`ll send you the contact
information of the payment office so you can proceed with effecting
the release of your claim in anyway you deem fit, summit back
immediately

NOTE: In order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications, please
remember to quote your reference and batch numbers in all
correspondences with your claims officer. Do not reply any other
mails like this on net as they are alot of scam artist out there
pretending to be us. You may see mails like this do not reply. Do
contact your claims officer MRS.CLARA ANTHONY at once by email. You
will be asked to provide some details to enable us proceed file
keeping.

PLEASE KEEP THIS CONFIDENTIAL.

Sincerely,
Mrs. Monica Lopez
UK NATIONAL LOTTERY;
NOTE: Do not reply this mail. You are to contact your claims officer
immediately.
!!!!!!!CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!



 
     
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