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From: "Rotary Foundation Int? promotion (R.F.I.P)"< mrjerryblake@live.com >
Date: 10 septembre 2012 21:56:24 GMT +03:00
Subject: Award Winning Notification Final
To: < mrcliffordwatson@hotmail.com >

From Desk of the Promotions Manager,
International Promotions/Prize Award Department,
Rotary Foundation Int? promotion (R.F.I.P)
Re: Award Winning Notification Final.
We are pleased to inform you that your name is enlisted amongst the Twenty-One (21) Lucky Winners in today? release of the Rotary Foundation Int? Promotional Program held on the 1st of January 2012. In accordance with the Rotary Foundation Int? Promotional Award procedure, your name was attached to Ticket No. 992-750, with Batch/Serial No. 211-090, which drew the Lucky No. 19-30-32, that won the Lottery in the Third (3RD) Category. You have therefore been approved to receive payment of $1,000,000.00 (One Million United States Dollars only).That amount is from a total prize release of $21M (Twenty One Million United States Dollars only) shared among the approved Twenty-One (21) Lucky Winners approved in different categories. Your Approved Payment File Reference Numbers are: - LP/2699-510037/12.
Due to mix-up of some winning numbers, we request that you should keep this Award Winning Notification, A TOP SECRET (confidential) from the public until your total Won Prize is processed and released to you as that is part of our security measures put in place to checkmate all forms of malpractices and unwarranted taking advantage of this program by criminals or non-beneficiaries. NOTE also that all approved beneficiary? of this Promotional Program were selected randomly through a Computer Ballot System drawn from 25,000 existing names from all over Europe, United States of America, Australia, Asia, Middle-East, South and North America. This is in accordance with procedures outlined by Rotary Foundation Int? (UK). You should therefore count yourself lucky as your name has just emerged a Lucky Winner in this year's edition of this program. Congratulations!
For your further information, the Rotary Foundation Int? Promotional Program is proudly sponsored by the Rotary Foundation International in United Kingdom (UK), in conjunction with the Intel Group, Toshiba, Microsoft, Dell-Computers, Mackintosh and conglomeration of other International "IT" Companies worldwide. The Rotary Foundation Int? lottery Promotion Internet draw is conducted annually by the promotional management of Rotary Foundation Int? (UK), and it is organized to encourage Internet communications and the use of computer services worldwide. We are proud to announce that since the inception of this program, over $150M (One Hundred and Fifty Million United States Dollars) has been distributed annually in more than 150 countries worldwide.
TO REDEEM YOUR PRIZE, you are advised as a matter of urgency to contact the Issuing Authority, through your assigned Award Claims Agent in London-United Kingdom, the attention of Mr. Clifford Watson via his direct contact email address (mrcliffordwatson@hotmail.com ) or telephone number +44 703 1826749, for instant processing and disbursement of your allocated Won Prize. REMEMBER, all allocated "Won prizes" must be claimed not later than 19th September 2012. After this date, all unclaimed Won Prizes would be returned to the organizers of this program as unclaimed Prizes. To avoid complications or unnecessary delays, you are advised to reconfirm your Payment File Reference No: - (LP/2699-510037/12.) and Batch Serial No: - (211-090) to your claims agent. Do not also forget to ask for your Award Winning certificate.
Congratulations Once Again!
Yours Faithfully,
Mr. Jerry Blake
The Promo Manager, Rotary Foundation Int? (UK).
London, United Kingdom
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