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From: Sweepstakes Welfare Lottery < Marylene.Martinez@misha.fr >
Date: Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 5:40 AM
Subject: Dear Beneficiary,


Dear Beneficiary,

This is to notify you that you have been chosen By the Board of trustees of
British Sweepstakes Welfare  Lottery based in Great Britain as one of the final
recipients of a Cash Grant/Prize of 850,000 GBP, for your own personal,
education and business development. This promotion is to show our customers all
over the world, our appreciation.

Please endeavor to quote your Qualification numbers: (File #: IMSL/FAW3515/UK)
in all discussions.

Please contact our licensed and accredited agent assigned to you for the claim
of your prize:

************************************
Dr.Brain Jacob
Fax; +44 700 608 5071
Email: info.claimssweepstakespromo@googlemail.com
************************************

Endeavor to provide him with the following informations:

Names............
Contact Address..................
Sex...................
Telephone/Fax number:...........
Nationality.........
Age.........
Occupation............

Choose Payment Method:
A) Bank Transfer.
B) Cheque Payment
C) International Atm/Master Card Payment


Accept our warmest congratulations.
Promotion Officer.








 
     
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