Miss Young

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From: "ALAN SULLIVAN" <SULLIVAN1365@ATT.NET>
Subject: SWEEPSTAKE WINNER "YOU HAVE WON"
Date: Tue 4 Jan 2011 15 26 16 -0800


THE ONLINE ELECTRONIC EMAIL LOTTERY
MICROSOFT AWARD 2011
Microsoft Campus Thames
Valley Park Reading Berkshire
RG6 1WG UNITED KINGDOM.
Tel:+447024096109

(CBC) Claims Batch Code: OBW/A10-234

We happily announce to you the draw (#1004) of the British email online Sweepstakes International program at thelast quarter of 2010.This lottery winnings was not entered or played by you.This is an Electronic Mail Award in which email addresses were carried out through random selection in our computerized email selection machine (TOPAZ) from a data base of over 1,000,000.00 email addresses drawn from all the continents of the world and your email address came out as one of our fifteen lucky winners.You have been approved for lump sums pay out of USD 2,500,000 (Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ) in cash Credited to Claims Security Batch Number OBW/A10-234

Firstly you must contact your Claims processor: Mr Barry Godwin only through this email address and he will get back to you with further details.

Email: barry.godwin11@hotmail.com


NOTE THAT THE BELOW INFORMATION IS REQUIRED TO CLAIM YOUR WINNINGS:1.Full Name....2.Address:....3.Nationality:
4.Tel/Fax:...5.Country:...

Signed:
(Zonal Co-coordinator).

 
     
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