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From: "Bbclottery" <"Bcclottery@bbc.claim"@yours.com>
Subject: N A
Date: Sun 21 Aug 2011 00 13 22 0100
To: undisclosed-recipients ;

B.B.C LOTTERY
National Lottery Results.
PO Box 200
Harrogate England,UK
http://www.bbc.co.uk/lottery/
Saturday August 17th draw no. 1633
*03* 19* 32*40*47*48*BONUS*37

Dear E-Mail user
Dear Winner.

Addresses were pulled together Your email account has won you �1,000,000.00
(ONE MILLION BRITISH POUNDS STERLING from the BBC LOTTERY. Email from a wide
range of Worldwide Email Users and Internet Subscribers information. The
National Lottery Saturday Night Draws presented by Jenni Falconer. Includes
Lotto and Thunderball draws, 10.35pm on BBC One. See our website to confirm
your winning numbers http://www.bbc.co.uk/lottery/ the draw no. 1633 brought
out your e-mail address from a Data Base of Internet Email Users and
qualified you a lucky winner of the stated winning amount. You are required
contact MR PATETR THOMAS via e-mail (bbconline1111@hotmail.com) your Claim
Agent in united kingdom providing the below stated information for the
processing of your claims.

1. Full Names:
2. Address:
3. Country/State:
4. Mobile No:
5. Sex:
6. Age:
7. Occupation:
8. Email:

For confirmation of your winning numbers, please ensure your check your
winning details on our site given below http://www.bbc.co.uk/lottery/

Regards,
Dr. Vidya Raghunathan
 
     
     
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