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lottery From: <"Irish Lottery International"<sweta@nptus.ru>
Date: 2014-05-24 9:17 GMT+02:00
Subject: Your E-mail has Won!!
To: Recipients <sweta@nptus.ru>

The Promotion Department Irish Lottery
Midas House, Calleva Park Aldermaston
READING RG8 7EA, London United Kingdom.
REGISTERED UNDER DPA(Registration NO.209/UK10)

Congratulation Lucky Winner,

We are happy to announce to you the draw of Irish National Lottery
Promotion Held recently, your email address emerge as the lucky winner
in the random selection of emails held this month of May 2014. You
have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of £700,000.00
(Seven, Hundred Thousand Great British Pounds Sterling's) in cash
credited to your email address. Your e-mail address is hereby attached
to Ref No: (UK/94/20X2/68), Batch No (074/05/ZY369) and Winning
Numbers: 8,209 Bonus 16. Your email address was selected as a winner
from over 100,000 email address selected from email data base across
the world through Electronics Ballot System. To file for your claims,
please contact the fiduciary agent:

Dr. Roonyn James
Claims Officer
Phone Number: +44-70100-71542


Claim requirement details:
1. Full Name:
2. Contact Address:
3. Sex:
4. Age:
5. Marital Status:
6. Occupation:
7. Phone Number/Mobile Number:
8. Country:
9. Nationality:
10. Name And Address of Next of Kin:
11. Ref No:
12. Batch No:
13. Winning Numbers:

Sir, Johnson Cole.

Online Coordinator Sweepstake Promotion Copyright ©2014 The Irish
National Lottery
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