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From: "dayzers lott" <email@example.com>
Subject: AWARD NOTICE
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2007 09:27:14 +0000
>DAYZERS NL PROMOTION.
>Attn; REF NO; ILPB642857301
>In view of the yearly sweepstake of the above named organization
>held on the 20th of April ,2007.It is my pleasure to inform you
>that your e-mail address attached to the above Ref No, ticket star
>number (45407),serial number 51622, lucky numbers 3-18-40-40-76,
>batch number EULO/2907/444/908/06 came up in the first dip.This
>invariably means that you have emerged as the prize recipient in the
>first category with an allocated sum of Nine Hundred and
>Seventy Five Thousand United States Dollars(US$975.000.00). Be
>informed that all participants were selected from a randon computing
>ballot system.This charitable sweepstake is sponsored by a group of
>corporate organizations and governmental parastatals drawn from
>major cities in Europe.As a matter of principle,you are to donate at
>the minimum one tenth of the fund to an
>outstandi ng charity project in your locality,after the reception of
>your fund.To file for your claim and other enquiries,contact the
>designated fiducial consultant:
>TEL: 0031 616 735 356
>Please note all winning must be claimed not later than 5th of May,
>Congratulations once more
>Mrs. Henk Smith