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From: Yahoo! Customer Care. < barrmorrissmith@yahoo.co.uk >
Subject: You Have Won $1,000,000.00 Dollars From Yahoo Lottery 2011/2012.
Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2012, 11:03 PM

Yahoo! Inc.
Customer Care .
701 First Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94089.


Dear Lucky Winner,

This is to inform you that you have won a prize money of One Million
United States Dollars Only (US$1,000 000.00) in the YEAR 2011/2012 YAHOO!
Lottery promotion which is organized by YAHOO! LOTTERY INC for the
introduction and Launching of the new YAHOO ! BETA MAIL which all YAHOO!
subscribers are required to switch to. YAHOO! & MICROSOFT WINDOWS,
arranged and gathered all the e-mail addresses of the people that are
active online, among the Millions that subscribe at YAHOO!, HOTMAIL and
others we only selected THREE (3) candidates as our winners after
undergoing the random selection process through Electronic Balloting
System (E.B.S) without the candidate applied, we congratulate you for
being one of the people selected.


You are to contact the Claim Agent Dr. Edward Brown who will issue you a
clearance paper as a winning certificate approved and certified from our
Regional office in London , United Kingdom . And your prize money will be
released to you from any of our regional promotion banks as directed by
the claim agent.
YAHOO! Beta Lottery Prize must be claimed not later than 14 days from date
of Draw Notification in which Prize has been won.

Note: Any prize not claimed within this period of 15 days will be forfeited.


Batch number. . . . . . . . . . . YBM-EBS-390AF
Ref number. . . . . . . . . . . . YBM-EBS-719AF
Winning number. . . . . . . .YBM-EBS-798AF

How to claim your prize!!
Please contact claim agent by email or telephone number below:

Claim Agent and Verification Officer

Name:Dr Edward Brown
E-mail Address:dredwardbrown4@yahoo.com

Phone: +447012949360
(Mon-Fri 9am-5pm London Local Time) Address: 125
Shaftesbury Avenue, London,WC2H 8AD

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

You are therefore advised to send the following information to him to
facilitate and process the transfer of your fund with any of our Bank
promotion agent.

Send your Identification Numbers/Your Personal Information to him so that
he will proceed further for your prize claim immediately:

1. Full Name
2. Nationality/Religion
3. Contact Address
4. Telephone Number
5. Fax Number
6. Date of Birth
7. Occupation
8. Age
9. Sex
10.Alternative E-mail address
11.Next of Kin of the Beneficiary in-case

You are advised to keep your winning information confidential to avoid
double claim and abuse of the program until your prize is paid to you.

We hope you're enjoying your new Yahoo! Mail account. Now take the next
step and claim your money and say thanks to Yahoo! You select how to
transfer the prize money to you

1. Account Transfer to your nominated account
2. Cheque Delivery

This prize will be released to you from any of our promotional banks as
will be directed by the United Kingdom Claim/verification agent.

Note: No amount should be allowed to be deducted from your prize money as
a contractual agreement between this board and the paying bank.

We use this opportunity to thank our major network sponsors/promoter for
their support to this year winning notification draw to the lucky winners.

Yahoo! UK & Ireland
This e-mail is from Yahoo! Head Office USA and approved by the Yahoo! UK
Ltd, 125 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8AD.


From Yahoo Customer Care

Copyright © 2012 Yahoo Inc!.
All rights reserved
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