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> Date: Sat, 10 Dec 2011 05:03:43 +0700
> From: bankmega@megaci.com
> Subject: Dear Lucky Winner: Your ref:. .Date: 09/12/2011
> To:
>
> WENZHOU OURVIS COMPANY
> 12 Bridge Str,
> Staines Middlesex
> London, United Kingdom
> http://www.ourvis.cn
>
> Dear Lucky Winner,
>
> We are delighted to inform you the result of the annual final draws of Wenzhou Ourvis Electronic Co., Ltd.
> Annual Promo.
>
> The online Wenzhou Ourvis Annual Promo draws was conducted by a random selection of E-mail addresses from an
> exclusive list of 67.821 E-mail addresses of individuals and corporate bodies picked by an advanced automated
> random computer (TOPAZ) search from the internet. However, no tickets were sold but all E-mail addresses were
> assigned to different ticket numbers for representation and privacy. After this automated computer ballot, your
> E-mail address emerged our second place winner of $750,000USD.
>
> Please contact your claims agent: morris_walterr@yahoo.com
>
> You are required to fill and Submit the below information.
>
> (1) Name:. .(2)Sex:. .(3)Age. .(4) Home Address:. .(5) Phone number. .(6) E-mail that won. .
> (7) Occupation. .(8) Nationality:. . .(9) Country:. . . .
>
>
> You are to choose from the below options by ticking
>
> 1.) Courier Delivery Option [ ]
> 2.) Bank Wire Transfer [ ]
>
> Congratulations from the management and staffs of Wenzhou Ourvis.
>
> Best Regards.
> Dr. Morris Walter,
> European Zonal Announcer©
 
     
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