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lottery From: "James Fredrick"<maraimanderson009@gmail.com>
Subject: Urgent Response Needed asap
Date: Sat 8 May 2010 22 48 42 -0700

INSTANT MILLIONAIRES LOTTERY AWARDS
PRIZE/ADMIN DEPARTMENT
67 Broomhill Drive
Mount Murray
Santon,
London, United Kingdom


Attention Instant Winner,


We are pleased to inform you of the announcement today the 7th of MAY 2010, of winners of the INSTANT MILLIONAIRES LOTTERY PROMO as part of the New Year Celebrations.
Your e-mail id was selected through the computer ballot system a winner of INSTANT MILLIONAIRES May online lottery program.
You have therefore been approved for a lump sum pay of �500,000.00 Great Britain Pounds.
You have to contact your claims agent for your payment process.


Claims Agent: Owen Smith
Email: owensmith37@gmail.com


Forward to him your claim details below;
REF. NUMBER: 2009/897/0984
BATCH NO: MFD/3099/OSG
LUCKY NO: 1 8 13 22 27 38 41
SECURITY CODE: 676


Amount Won: �500,000 (Five Hundred Thousand British Pounds).
You have to contact him not later than three working days.
Once more congratulations.

Regards,
Mr James Fredrick
Admin Officer
Dear Instant Millionaires Winner
 
     
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