Miss Young

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On Saturday, November 12, 2016 12:04 PM, "Mr, David Martins" < david1@gmail.com > wrote:

Euro Million Lotteries
Calle Malaga 1 Bajo,b
23980, Madrid-Spain


This is to notify you that your email address drew the category A winning in the on-going euro million lottery held on the 1st November,2016 ,you have been approved for the Sum of Euros 950,000 (Nine Hundred And Filthy Thousand Euro.)
Please contact the processing agent with your winning Details: Ref Num: GF319/2780H, Ticket Num: ESP 31-43470
Furnish us with your personal details below as well as your winning number.

Here is the information you have to forward to us
1. Your Full Names:_ _ _
2. Postal Address:_ _ _ _
3. Direct Cell Numbers:_ _ _ _
4. E-mail Address:_ _ _ _
5. Sex:_ _ _
6. Age:_ _ _
7. Occupation:_ _ _ _
8. Nationality:_ _ _ _

Contact Name: Mr, David Martins
Email: david_martins56@yahoo.com
This email lottery is sponsored by Euro Millions SA-Spain and is registered and protected by the Benelux trademark law.

Please note that the validity period of these winning is 14 days; hence you are expected to make your claims immediately. Any claim not made before this date will be transfer to the suspense vault of the Spanish Gaming Board.

Sincerely yours,
Mrs.Jessica Williams
Online Coordinator. Euro million Lotteries.

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