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>From: "St Croix Lottery International" <email@example.com>
>Subject: NOTIFICATION OF WINININGS
>Date: Sun, 29 Apr 2007 21:44:22 +0200
>STCRIOX INTERNATIONAL LOTTERY
>640 CREW DRIVE
>NOTIFICATION OF WINININGS
>After a successful completion of the third category draws of ST.CRIOX
>INTERNATIONAL LOTTERY, held on 25 MARCH 2007, we are pleased to
>informyou of the official announcement today, that you have emerged
>one of the winners of the ST.CRIOX INTERNATIONAL LOTTERY
>Participants were selected through a random computer selection
>process drawn from individuals from Africa, Europe, North America and
>We are therefore pleased to announce to you One Million FIVE
>HundredThousand United States Dollars ($1,500,000) )in cash as Prize
>moneycredited to ID NoSCIL/200118308/02.
>To file for your claim kindly reply with the following underlisted
>Remember,all winnings must be filed not later than 30 APRIL 2007.
>Please note in order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications
>remember to quote your Identification (ID) number in all
>On completion of the neccesary formalities, Your funds will be
>remitted from our corespondence Bank to you.
>STCRIOX LOTTERY GROUP LLC