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From: "gregoryduff01@hotmail.com" <gregoryduff01@hotmail.com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 4, 2007 10:13:53 AM
Subject: Your email has won a jackpot please call to confirm..!


Dear Internet User,


I am pleased to inform you that one of the best things that can happen to any Internet user is to be rewarded for
spending money and time on the Internet. You may not have known that over one hundred billion people daily surf the
Internet on a regular basis for one reason or other. These Internet users including yourself, pay access fees to various
Internet Service Providers (ISP) all over the word who in turn remit surplus funds to the numerous World Wide Internet
Technology Companies (WWITC) for the development and advancement of Global Information Technology.

So much money is generated from people like you all over the World for using the Information Superhighway (the Internet)
without your being aware the enormous sum that go to the stake holders (WWITC). Without your patronage, this would not
have been possible. After we conducted a research on the issue, we concluded that Internet users should be compensated.
As a result, we embarked on a worldwide lottery promotion with a sophisticated automated database to randomly select
E-mail accounts that frequently surf the Internet. Consequent upon this, your E-mail address was picked for Category "B"

After the automated computer ballot, your E-mail address emerged as a winner in the category "B" with the following
numbers attached Ref Number: EL-9318 ,Batch Number: EL-9501 , Ticket number :EL-01135 and Serial number: EL-122692

You and other category "B" winners are therefore to receive a cash prize of Three Million Eight Hundred And Fifty
Thousand United States Dollars ($3,850,000.00) respectively from the total payout of One Billion US Dollars earmarked in
the lottery for category "B" winners. Your prize award has been insured with your E-mail address, which qualified you
for the lottery and will be transferred to you upon meeting our requirements, statutory obligations, verifications,
validations and satisfactory proof of E-mail address ownership.

To file in for the processing of your money, you are advised to contact our certified lottery director for category "B"
winners with the information below:

Contact Person:
Mr: Lucas Rutger
Lottery Director.
Email: lucasrutger902101@yahoo.es

You will provide him with the following information:

First name:
Last Name:
Telephone/Fax number:

NOTE: All winnings must be claimed not later than 21 days, thereafter unclaimed funds would be forfeited after a trio
repeated forwarding of this message to you without your response. Remember to quote your reference information in all
correspondence. (Ref Number: EL-9318 ,Batch Number: EL-9501 , Ticket number :EL-01135 and Serial number: EL-122692),

You are to keep all lotto information confidential, especially your reference numbers and the password of your E-mail
address. Since we do not know you, if an impostor hacks your E-mail account ID and claims your money without our
knowledge, we shall not be liable. Double claims will not be entertained so be careful. Furthermore, should there be any
change of address do inform our agent as soon as possible.

Congratulations  ! Thank you for being a user of the World Wide Web.

Yours Faithfully,
Mr.Gregory Duff
Lottory Co-ordinator
Lotto Internationation Nl.

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