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> Subject: CONGRATULATION!
> To: cocacola@lottery728.onmicrosoft.com
> From: cocacola@lottery728.onmicrosoft.com
> Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2013 16:39:59 +0530
>
> YOUR E-MAIL I.D HAS BEEN SELECTED AS A LUCKY WINNER OF "ONE MILLION GREAT BRITISH POUNDS" (£1,000,000.00 GBP) IN ONGOING COCA COCA ENGLAND GLOBAL LOTTERY. FOR CLAIM, PLEASE FILL THE DETAILS BELOW AND SEND IT BACK FOR THE PROCESSING OF REDEMPTION OF YOUR WON PRIZES.
>
> (1) BENEFICIARY FULL NAME:
> (2) NATIONALITY:
> (3) STATE:
> (4) RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS:
> (5) DATE OF BIRTH:
> (6) SEX:
> (7) CELL PHONE NUMBER:
> (8) OCCUPATION:
> (9) MARITAL STATUS:
> (10) EMAIL ADDRESS:
> (11) AMOUNT WON:
> (12) ANNUAL INCOME:
> (13) SPOKEN LANGUAGE: Spoken Language:
> (14) Means of Identification e.g ID Card Or Passport:
> (15) Scan Copy Of ID Prove:
>
> CHOOSE THE OPTION SUITABLE FOR COLLECTING YOUR WON PRIZES
> OPTION 1: Coming to London for redemption.
> OPTION 2: Delivery of your won prizes by the Courier Company
>
> KEEP YOUR WINNING CONFIDENTIAL TO YOURSELF TO AVOID IMPERSONATION AND DOUBLE CLAIM.
>
> BEST REGARDS,
> COCA COLA UK LOTTERY OFFICE (C) 2013
> DR. COLLINS COLE
> E-MAIL: cocacolaukcheques@gmail.com
 
     
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