||From: <email@example.com >
7 18:46 GMT+02:00
Subject: Congratulations, my dear Winner ! firstname.lastname@example.org
have been selected to receive a whooping sum of £1million which the Davies family donated to you After scooping £61million - in one of Britain' s biggest Lotto Euro Millions .My family and i decided to set up a foundation aimed at providing financial aids and
assistance to reputable individuals around the world to help fight cancer, in their various community.
It ' s
a great way to give back to the world after miraculously cheated death, Read more about me and my family on the News Link
https://www.theguardian.com/uk -news/2016/aug/03/euromillions -jackpot-winners-bought-ticket -after-lucky-feeling
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Family Charitable Trust
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