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Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2007 12:12 PM
Subject: You. Are. So. Wonderful!!!!

California SuperLotto Africa,
600 North 10th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814.
Phone: +234 807 617 8515
E-Mail: info@calotteryafrica.com
Web:http://www.calottery.com/Games/SuperLottoPlus/WinningNumbers/default.htm?DrawNum=2081
SuperLotto Plus jackpot winner for draw #2081 on 03-14-2007
Winning Numbers: 4-15-17-20-35-(23), Matching number: 5 + Mega, Winning Tickets:  0
Ticket Value: $ 68,000,000 (Sixty Eight, Million dollars)
 

ATTENTION: PLEASE, READ THROUGH  THIS IS GOOD NEWS, PLEASE, FILE FOR CLAIMS.
 

On November 6, 1984, 58% of California's voters approved Proposition 37, the California State Lottery Act. The Act provides that at least 34% of the Lottery revenues must go to public education. This supplemental funding provides schools with additional resources to meet their locally determined needs. The act specifies that the lottery is to be operated and administered by a Commission appointed by the Governor. The Legislature has the authority to amend the Lottery Act if, by doing so, it furthers the purposes of the Act. We are in the process of implementing a new system for answering public email. Since we do not have a winner for this Ticket, the California SuperLotto decided to have a computer email selection program and your email happens to be the winner of the California SuperLotto of $ 68,000,000 (Sixty Eight, Million dollars) Please, If you have a question feel free to ask. During this transitional period, Each individual who wins a lottery jackpot prize must file a claim with the Lottery headquarters to receive his or her prize. Since we do not have a winner for this Ticket, the California Super Lotto decides to look for a winner world wide as a new invention to promote the California SuperLotto and to also promote the use of E-mail (Electronic Mail) be informed that the Award presentation center has been approved to be in Africa, Please, contact the  Lottery Customer Service with your name, address and phone numbers to file for claims. Contact Lottery Customer Service between 8 am and 5 pm PST, Monday through Friday at the number and e-mail addresses listed below.
 

California SuperLotto African Representative
Mr. Gabriell Lopez
E-mail: Gabriell.Lopez@calotteryafrica.com
E-mail: gabriell.lopezcalotto@yahoo.com
E-mail: Gabriell.Lopez@hotmail.com
Phone: +234 807 617 8515
Web: http://www.calottery.com/WinnersGallery
 

Your privacy is important to the California Lottery. Employees of the California Lottery are prohibited from disclosing any information you provide, except as provided by law. No personally identifying information (such as your name, address or phone number) will ever be captured by visiting this Web site, unless you voluntarily choose to provide it. Personal information voluntarily provided by you is used primarily for informational purposes. When personal information is stored by the Lottery it is in a secure location and is accessible only to designated staff. The California Lottery collects and stores the following information, in order to measure the number of visitors to the different sections of our site and to help us make our site more accessible and useful to visitors:
 

The National Association of State and Provincial Lotteries recently alerted the 12 MEGA Millions partner states of a potential scam. The operation plans to approach lottery players to join an international lottery pool for the purpose of playing for a large Mega Millions jackpot. "It has come to our attention that a company based in the Philippines is attempting to persuade players to pay more than $1 dollar necessary for a MEGA Millions ticket." said Bill Hertoghe, Director of Lottery Security and Law Enforcement Division. "It is not legal to be a part of a bookmaking operation and consumers should only buy their tickets at one of the California Lottery's 18,500 authorized lottery retailers. This ensures that prizes are paid to players as specified in the rules and regulations of any lottery game, including MEGA Millions" said Hertoghe Anyone approached by this entity is encouraged to contact the California Lottery Security and Law Enforcement Division. Fraud affects many Californians.

Best Regards,
Secetary,
Mrs. Matina Karl   @
Lottery Customer Service
California SuperLotto

 

 

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