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Winning News Alert!

rosanna.sciortino <rosanna.sciortino@unipa.it>

Thu, Nov 3, 2011 at 2:45 AM

Reply-To: UKNL-claims_board@gncn.net

THE NATIONAL LOTTERY BOARD
P O Box 1010,Liverpool,
L70UNTED KINGDOM INL,

REFERENCE NUMBER:UK/9420X2/68
BATCH: 074/05/ZY369

We are pleased to inform you of the result for the just
concluded Uk National Lottery Promo held online.After
the automated computer ballot system,your e-mail address
emerged as one of the lucky winner in the online give away
promo.

You are therefore been approve of claim for the sum of
(�1,000,000.00GBP)ONE MILLION GREAT BRITISH POUNDS
STERLING, kindly confirm if this email is "still in use"
By replying with your, Name: Country: Sex: Age: Mobile No:
Occupation: Address:

Note: The online draws was conducted by a random selection
of email addresses from an exclusive list of (29,031)
E-mail addresses of individuals and corporate bodies picked
by an advanced automated random computer search from data
base of the internet as no ticket was purchase for the draw.

Yours Truly,
Sir Mark Dulle,
Announcement Manager

� Copyright 1994-2011 The U.K. National Lottery Inc

 
     
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