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From: "Euro Million" <euromillion@euromillion.com>
Date: Mon, 3 Mar 2008 11:52:20 +0100

Dear Internet User.

We are happy to inform you that your email address have emerged winner of (EUR 750,000) inEurope Lottery Award.

The online cyber draws was conducted from an exclusive list of 500,000 email addresses of individuals and corporate bodies picked by an advanced automated random computer selection from the web.

Your email address is attached to Ref No: ESE/WIN/008/02/10/MA & Batch No:EULO/1007/444/606/08;
Serial No: 6594; and PROMOTION DATE: 27th Feb. 2008.

Bear in mind that prizes will strictly be remitted to winners that officially file in for their claim within the given time frame. To begin your claim, you are to forward this message to our accredited claim agent
including your full names and telephone numbers:

Contact Person: Mr.AlfredoPerez
Tel: +34-691-920-216
Email:contactclaimdept@aim.com / coontactclaimdept@hotmail.com

Your prize award has been insured with your email address and will be transferred to you upon meeting the requirement of the gaming board authority which includes your statutory obligations.

Best Regards,
Mrs.PatriciaDouet_ (Lottery co-ordinator).
Madrid, 29th February 2008

Note: All Won Prize must Be claimed/ Cleared not later than25th of March. 2008. After this date, all other winnings will considered as UNCLAIMED and returned to ministerio de Economia Y Hacienda.

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