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>>From: jos-lucas <jos-lucas@ig.com.br>
>>To: jos-lucas@ig.com.br
>>Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2007 07:56:55 -0200

Dear Winner,

We Apologies, for the delay of your payment and all the Inconveniences and
Inflict that we might have indulge you through. However, we were having some
minor problems with

our payment system, which is Inexplicable, and have held us stranded and
Indolent, not having the Aspiration to devote our 100% Assiduity in
accrediting foreign payments.

We apologies once again from the Records of outstanding winners due for
payment with {Euro lottery award 2006}your name and particular was
discovered as next on the list of

the outstanding winners who have not yet received their payments. I wish to
inform you now that the square peg is now in square whole and can be voguish
for that your payment

is being processed and will be released to you as soon as you respond to
this letter. Also note that from our record in our file, your outstanding
winning payment is


Payment will be made to you in a certified bank draft or wire transfer into
a nominated bank account of your choice, as soon as you get in touched with
our registered claim agent,

Mr.Steven Kosongo, E-mail:agent_lotterycompany20@yahoo.it Provide him with
the following details, as this will enable him to process and release of
your cash prize without any


1) Your full name, address.
2) Phone, fax.
3) Company name, position.
4) Profession, age and marital status.
5) Working i.d/Int'l passport.

Yours Sincerely,


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