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From: Google Incorporation < noreply@googlemail.com >
Subject: 12/07/2011
Date: Tuesday, July 12, 2011, 7:11 AM

Google Inc.
Stamford New Road,
Altrincham Cheshire,
London, WA14 1EP
United Kingdom

Winning No: GUK/9114/7955/2010
Ticket No: GUK/9130/7861/2010
Notification Date: 12/07/2011


We wish to congratulate you once again on this note, for being part of our winners selected this year. This promotion
was set-up to encourage the active users of the Google search engine and the Google ancillary services.

Hence we do believe with your winning prize, you will continue to be active and patronage to the Google search engine.
Google is now the biggest search engine worldwide and in an effort to make sure that it remains the most widely used
search engine, we ran an online e-mail beta test which your email address won £950,000.00 {Nine Hundred and Fifty
Thousand Great British Pounds Sterling}

We wish to formally announce to you that you have successfully passed the requirements, statutory obligations,
verifications, validations and satisfactory report Test conducted for all online winners.

A winning cheque will be issued in your name by Google Promotion Award Team, You have therefore won the entire sum of
£950,000.00 {Nine Hundred And Fifty Thousand Great British Pounds Sterling} and also a certificate of prize claims will
be sent along side your winning cheque.

Sir Edward Philip
Foreign Transfer Manager
Google Promotion Award Team
Email: Edward.p@officeliveusers.com
Fax: +44(0)702-409-1547
Mobile: +44(0)702-407-3517

You are advised to contact your Foreign Transfer Manager with the following details to avoid unnecessary delay and


(1) Your contact address:
(2) Your Mobile/Fax numbers:
(3) Your Nationality/Country:
(4) Your Full Name:
(5) Occupation/Company:
(6) Age/Gender:
(7) Ever won an online lottery?
(8) Email:

The Google Promotion Award Team has discovered a huge number of double claims due to winners informing close friends
relatives and third parties about their winning and also sharing their pin numbers. As a result of this, these friends
try to claim the lottery on behalf of the real winners. The Google Promotion Award Team has reached a decision from
headquarters that any double claim discovered by the Lottery Board will result to the canceling of that particular
winning, making a loss for both the double claimer and the real winner, as it is taken that the real winner was the
informer to the double claimer about the lottery. So you are hereby strongly advised once more to keep your winnings
strictly confidential until you claim your prize.

Congratulations from the Staffs & Members of the Google interactive Lotteries Board Commission.

Dr. Alexander Lloyd
Google Promotion Award Team

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