Miss Young

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lottery From: "Santje Maerten." <santje.maerten@yahoo.nl>
Sent: Wednesday, September 28, 2011 5:18 PM
Subject: You are still a Winner.

> Stichting de Nationale Sporttotalisator
> Tel: +31-208-932027
> Fax: +31-208-907604
> Email: p.albert@lottodept.nl
> We are happy to inform you of the approved and certified result of our
> Free Email Sweepstakes program that was conducted on Saturday, the 24th
> day of September, 2011. Your email address as extracted by us and entered
> into our Free Sweepstakes program with a File Serial Number:
> SNT-3KW7/018YE, has won you its owner a cash prize of �2,100,000 Only (Two
> Million, One Hundred Thousand Euro Only). This lottery program was wholly
> conducted by us as a Goodwill Gesture and you have to claim this winning
> fund within 21days of your receipt of this message. See below are the four
> (4) required details which you have to send to our above payment officer
> email address for the release processes of your winning funds.
> 1). Complete Full Names:
> 2). Residential Address:
> 3). Occupation:
> 4). Phone/Fax Numbers:
> They await your urgent response with the requested details.
> Sincerely yours,
> Santje Maerten.
> Stichting de Nationale Sporttotalisator
> Rijswijk, the Netherlands.
> Copyright (c) 2010
> KvK: 41151075
> Disclaimer:
> This is a promotional lottery winning and winner�s emerge by luck and you
> do not need to purchase a lottery ticket from us before entering this
> sweepstakes. If you decide not to claim this winning fund, kindly delete
> this message and ignore its content because it is a criminal offense to
> distribute this email message or even post it on any anti-fraud website
> without a written permission from us.
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