Miss Young

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lottery Date: Tue 20 Apr 2010 07 25 33 -0700 PDT
From: "U.K NATIONAL LOTTERY" <notifications@uknationallotteryonline.net>
Subject: Notification Letter
To: undisclosed recipients ;

Dear winner,

The contact details of our Award Claims Manager are given below. Please contact our Award Claims Manager Alison Born, for confirmation and processing of your award prize claim. Your prize claim must be processed before 12:00 midnight Greenwich Mean Time(GMT) on
28th May 2010.

Award/Claims Manager: Alison Born

Tel: +44-7624190265

Fax: +44-8447742696

E-mail: manager-born@live.com

Note importantly: The under listedwinning references must be quoted and sent in your confirmation contact/response with our Award Claims Manager and must be sent with a clear copy of your proof of identification or passport document. Award prize claims sent with incomplete winning references and without proper or proof of valid identification document will not be processed.

1) Beneficiary's Full Names (First Name, Middle Name, Surname)
2) Batch Reference Numbers
3) Serial Numbers
4) Winning Numbers
5) Award Prize (Amount) Won
6) Country of Residence, Physical and Postal Address
7) Contact Telephone, Fax Numbers and Email Address

Kindly read the attached Notification Letter for further information/details.

Your truly,

Margaret LAMBERT(Director)
International Promotions Unit,
Units 2A & 2B, Olympic Way,
Sefton Business Park, Aintree Liverpool,
L30 1R,United Kingdom

Notification Letter
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