From: "Matt & Cassey Topham" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 04, 2012 9:33 AM
Subject: Cash Grant!
> Hello Lucky Friend!
> Please visit and play our video in the web link (
> http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-16961132 ),it
> carries a comprehensive interview on how my fiancee and I won the Euro
> Millions lottery prize of £45million in February 2012.
> We have since shared some percentage of the funds among our families
> and friends, made provisions for our forth coming wedding,our dream
> home, and also invested against the future.
> After seeking financial advise from our legal counsel,we have decided
> to commence our charity foundation/projects,and also use the
> opportunity to give out cash grant of ONE MILLION POUNDS (£1,000,000)
> each to at most Five (5) lucky persons from any part of the world in
> order to help eradicate poverty and improve the standard of living for
> the less priviledged.
> It may surprise you to know that your email address was submitted to
> us from the best web directory and search engine by legal advisers to
> our charity project as one of the five lucky persons.
> This might sound as a hoax,but it is 100% legitimate and risk
> free,therefore we suggest that you contact us immediately by email for
> details on your fund disbursement.
> Congratulations to you!
> Cassey Carrington and Matt Topham
> Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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