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lottery > From: UK National Lottery Promo <winning.notice@ukonline.co.uk>
> Date: Nov 18, 2007 2:36 AM
> Subject:
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> The UK National Lottery
> P O Box 1010
> Liverpool, L70 1NL
> UNITED KINGDOM
> Ref: UK/9420X2/68
> Batch: 074/05/ZY369
>
>
> Dear Winner,
>
>
> We happily announce to you the draw
> (#1102)
> held on , 16th Nov, 2007. Your e-mail address
> attached to
> ticketnumber: 56475600545 188 with Serial
> number 5368/02
> drew the lucky numbers:
> 04,29,39,41,43,45,42.which
> subsequently won you the Match 5 plus bonus.
> You have
> therefore been approved to claim a total sum of
> 600,000.00GBP(Six
> hundred thousand pounds sterling only) in cash
> credited to file
> KTU/9023118308/03.
>
>
> All participants for the online version were
> selected randomly
> fromthe World Wide Web through a computer
> draw system and
> extracted from over 100,000 unions,
> associations, and corporate
> bodies that are listed online. This promotion
> takes place weekly.
>
>
> Please note that your lucky winning number falls
> within our European
> booklet representative office in Europe as
> indicated in your play coupon.
> In view of this, your 600,000.00GBP(Six
> hundred thousand pounds sterling
> only) would be released to you by any of our
> payment offices in Europe.
> To enable start the processing of your prize
> claims forward us your
> details as it is required below;
>
> 1.Name:
> 2.Address:
> 3.Marital Status:
> 4.Occupation:
> 5.Age:
> 6.Sex:
> 7.Nationality:
> 8.Country Of Residence:
> 9.Telephone Number:
> 10.Fax Number:
>
>
> That way your winning certificate and all other
> relevant documents/paperwork
> can be prepared for you. You would be required
> to show an instrument of
> identification when cashing your cheque i.e.
> Drivers license or International
> passport. For security reasons, you are advised
> to keep your winning
> information confidential till your claims is
> processed and your money remitted
> to you in whatever manner you deem fit to
> claim your prize. This is part of our
> precautionary measure to avoid double claiming
> and unwarranted abuse
> of this program. Please be warned. Good luck
> from me and members of
> staff of the UK National Lottery.
>
>
> CONGRATULATIONS !!!
> Yours faithfully,
> Mr. Michael Riggs
>
> +44 703 196 5163
> +44 70457 23894
>
> Copyright ?2007 National Online Lottery Inc.
> All rights reserved. Terms of Service - Guideline
>
>
 

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