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>From: "Mrs. Montreal Giggs" <abarrett6@cox.net>
>Reply-To: globalpromo22@yahoo.com.hk
>Subject: Hello!
>Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2007 13:20:53 -0400
>Global promo International
>United Kingdom.
>REF: OYL /26510460037/02
>BATCH: 24/00319/IPD
>We are pleased to inform you of the result of Global promo International,
>which was
>Held on the FRIDAY 30th March 2007. Your e-mail address attached to
>e-ticket number: 10 19 34 45 47    (03-06), with Prize Number (match 1):
>106000007 drew a prize of £1,228,704.80 per winner. This lucky draw came
>first in the 2nd Category of the Sweepstake.
>You will receive the sum of £1,228,704.80 per winner from our authorized
>bank. Because of some mix-up with sweepstake prizes, including the time
>limited placed on the payment of your prize: £1,228,704.80, we advice that
>you keep all information about this prize confidential until your funds:
>£1,228,704.80 have been delivered to you.
>Here are the contact info:
>  Global Promo Int.
>  Mr. James Anderson
>  Email: globalpromo31@sify.com
>         globalpromo31@yahoo.com.hk
>WARNING!! INTERNET FRAUD PREVENTION: this advice complies with the
>Anti-Fraud section 2,sub section (iv) of the procedural manual of the funds
>disbursement agreement existing between the Bank and the ITALIAN Government
>and the United Kingdom Gaming Board.
>Mrs. Giggs Montreal
>Global promo International
>United Kingdom.
>110 Marylebone High Street
>London W1U 4RY.


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