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a fraud lottery. The lottery claims that I won, but the reality is that
they want MY money.
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> From: email@example.com
> Subject: UNCLAIMED LOTTO PRIZE PAYMENT NOTICE
> Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2007 12:22:03 +0100
> INTERNATIONAL LOTTO COMMISSION
> REF NO; ILPB642857301
> Juan Hurtado De Mendoza 6D 28044,
> Cotonou Republic du Benin
> UNCLAIMED LOTTO PRIZE PAYMENT NOTICE
> Attention To The Owner Of This Email Address.
> Winner in the 2nd category of our Euroafric free Net Lottery Promotional
> award draws held December 2005.
> I am writing in respect to your lotto winning prize of US$975.000.00.(sum of
> Nine Hundred and Seventy Five Thousand United States Dollars) which you won
> through the email-ballot draws in our Euroafric Lotto Award 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.in
> 2005 in the second category prize winnings category.
> We wish to inform you that your total prize money of US$975.000.00 has been
> returned to us by our Lotto claims agent as unclaimed prize after their
> initial letter to your address for your payment was not successful.
> You are here by requested to contact our Treasury Office
> on e-mail:(firstname.lastname@example.org)
> for your immediate payment.Our Treasury officer's name is Mr.jerry
> Ferguson,so refer this to him and contact him immediately for your unclaimed
> lotto prize payment to you.
> You should contact our Treasury Officer as directed above for your payment,
> and do notify me as soon as you received your payment from our Treasurer.
> Mr H.Effenberg.
> President; Int'l Lotto Commission.