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From: wreelesdouglas@thefbi.co.uk < wreelesdouglas@thefbi.co.uk >
Date: 2014-08-11 8:25 GMT+02:00
Subject: Your Unpaid Lottery Funds
To: wreelesdouglas@thefbi.co.uk


 
The National Lottery                                                                         August 11th, 2014
P O Box 1010
Liverpool, L70 1N
United Kingdom
 
 
I am still trying to get your funds to you in any easy way i can with little payment from you. After so many failed trials, i have finally succeeded in getting the National Lottery to pay you via a debit card or cheque from Nigeria. The Nigerian Government owes the National Lottery some money. They are finally willing to pay in bits via a cheque or Visa Card from Central Bank of Nigeria which is affiliated to the Bank of America where they have an account. The ATM would contain $3.3million and so would the cheque. I have contacted Nigeria and they have assured me that the ATM cards/cheques are ready to be shipped to whoever the National Lottery pleases. However, they have asked for a mailing fee of $100 only. This would enable them courier the card to you. You can only withdraw $10,000 daily from the ATM but the cheque can be cashed instantly. If this is fine by you and you have the $100 to send by western union to Nigeria, please contact
 
 
Name:          Miss Elizabeth Storbo
 
 
Tell her you are from the National Lottery and that you are ready to send the $100 for the mailing of the card/cheque by western union or moneygram. She would then contact me and i would instruct him to send you the card after you send her the $100. Please note that i have only given you an option. You can also send the $200 to Susan Lampard if you prefer to do so. She would still have your funds sent to you
 
 
Be  further advised to maintain the strictest level of confidentiality until the end of proceedings to circumvent problems associated with fraudulent claims. This is part ofour precautionary measure to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program.
 
 
WREELE  DOUGLAS
THE NATIONAL LOTTERY,
CAMELOT GROUP,
VERIFICATION AND PROCESSING DEPARTMENT,
UNITED KINGDOM.

 
Mr
From: susanlampard@national-lottery.at.vu < susanlampard@national-lottery.at.vu >
Date: 2014-08-18 10:22 GMT+02:00
Subject: Courier Fee- Final Notice
To: susanlampard@national-lottery.at.vu


Camelot UK Lotteries Limited
The National Lottery
PO Box 251
Watford
WD18 9BR
United Kingdom
Registered office: Tolpits Lane, Watford, Herts WD18 9RN
Registered in England and Wales No. 2822203
Good Day,
Agent Wreele asked me to email you with details on how to receive the $200 and subsequently send the documents to you.
Your documents are to be sent by London Postal Service (LPS) only as instructed by the Director. LPS does not offer C.O.D (Cash on Delivery).
Payment must be made by you before documents are sent. Your signature on these documents will enable us release payment to you in whatever manner you choose. This option is also to be chosen in the documents to be filled and signed by you. Once you sign these documents and send back to us, we shall make payment to you in whatever manner you chose in the form.
Please get back to me with payment information to enable me dispatch your documents which shall be received two days after dispatch.
Payments are to be made via WESTERN UNION MONEY TRANSFER or MONEYGRAM ONLY so as to speed up the process of delivery. The payment should be made in my name with the information stated below:
Name: Susan Lampard
Address: 345 Hither Green Lane, London, SE13, 6TS, United Kingdom.
Amount: 130pounds (USD$200)
Scan and send the western union transfer slip/receipt via email to me. If you do not have a scanner, email me the following information:
1. Name and Address of Sender
2. 10-digit Money Transfer Control Number (MTCN) or 8 digits for moneygram
3. Test Question and Answer, if any.
A dispatch notice indicating the date and time of departure and expected date and time of delivery will be sent to you once payment is received. I have attached a scanned copy of my identity card and British Gas Bill as proof of my address for your personal assurance that this is real and you will soon be a millionaire. When sending payment information, please change your subject to ' western union sent' so that I could attend to it immediately as I have many mails coming in.
All packages not sent out within Three (3) working days from this communication will be returned to Agent Wreele Douglas as unclaimed.
Please note that the $200 cannot be deducted from the winning sum. Refer to Agent Wreeles emails to you for further explanation.
Respectfully Yours,
Susan Lampard
The National Lottery



Susan Lampard
Susan Lampard
 
     
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