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From: Rawles, Angelo A. <arawles@lmu.edu>
Subject: Att: Email Account Owner!
Date: Monday, December 15, 2008, 12:46 AM

Att: Email Account Owner!

We are pleased to inform you of the result of the Internet Promotional Draws.
All email addresses entered for this promotional draws were randomly inputted
from an internet resource database using the Synchronized Random Selection
System (SRSS).

Your email address was selected in the Category A with Reference Number LN 45
AB 6292 Batch Number: 666821454-NL/2008 and Ticket Number: GG 7078 /2008-09, and
this qualifies you to be the recipient of the grand prize award sum of Two
million, five hundred thousand united States dollars.

The payout of this cash prize to you will be subject to the final validations
and satisfactory report that you are the bonafide owner of the winning email
address.In line with the governing rules of claim, you are required to establish
contact with your designated claims agent via email or telephone with the
particulars below:

Name: Mr. Tony COBBS
Phone: +31 647 205 988
Email: tcobbs02@live.nl

You are advised to call the Claims agent for confirmation or provide the
following information for processing the payment of your cash award.

Telephone/Fax number:
Winning Reference Number:

Failure to complete the claims of your cash prize after 14 days of this notice
will result in the revision of award. Hence, you should commence your claims
process immediately, by contacting the claims agent (Mr. Tony COBBS) who would
be guiding you through the Claims process.

Congratulations on your Winning Prize and we look forward to completing your
payout soon.

Yours Faithfully,
Rawles Angelo
Lottery Co-ordinator.


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