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Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2008 19:23:00 -0600
From: Uk National Lottery <award@claims.org>
Subject: Contact The Courier Company For Delivery
To: undisclosed-recipients:;

The U.K. National Lottery
12 Bridge Street, Staines
Middlesex TW18 4TP
United Kingdom.

Ref: LSUK/2031/8161/05
Batch: R3/A312-59

Dear Winner, We are pleased to inform you of the final announcement of
the UK National Lottery Online Sweepstakes Promo held on the 2nd of
March 2008.

Your e-mail address attached to ticket number: 56475600545 188 with
Serial number 5368/02 drew the lucky numbers:01-14-21-3-35-48 and a
bonus number of 24. All participants for the online version were
selected vie email randomly from the World Wide Web through a computer
draw system and extracted from over 1,000,000 unions, associations and
corporate bodies that are listed online and each email address was
attatched to a ticket number.

Your email address attatched to ticket number: 56475600545 188 with
Serial number 5368/02 was selected which automatically makes you one
of our lucky winners which implies that you do not need to buy a
ticket to be a winner. Your funds have been approved for release and
we will begin the process of remittance of your prize money to you

We have decided to send your winning parcel which contains your
certified bank cheque which was made out in your name to the amount of
558,077.00 (Five Hundred and Fifty Eight Thousand and Seventy Seven
Great British Pounds), the original copies of your winning certificate,
consolation prizes which include a Laptop, a UK Lottery Branded T-
shirt, a UK Lottery Branded Baseball Cap and security Documents via
our affiliate courier company (INTERNATIONAL BONDED COURIERS).

We have also contacted INTERNATIONAL BONDED COURIERS and have directed
them to pick up your winning parcel from the National Head Quaters. Do
note, that sequel to UK Lottery Acts 249(n) of 1972 ammended in July,
1996 to ensure the actual winning prize get to Winners, the Courier
charges cannot be deducted from your winning claims because your
winning claim is bonded by a hard cover insurance policy that gives
only the winner access to the prize money.

Hence you will be responsible for all costs incurred in mailing your
winning parcel to you. In order to commence the delivery of you prize
money, you are to contact the Head of Deliveries, INTERNATIONAL BONDED
COURIERS via email immediately with the contact details below:

Mr. Harry Smith Head of Deliveries.
International Bonded Couriers.

Kindly provide him with the information requested below accurately to
help them deliver your package as the information provided will be
used to contact you and the address provided is where your winning
package will be shipped to. Claims Processing Form. (Fill And Send To
The Courier Company)

Contact Name:
Residential Address:
Postal Code:
Telephone Ext:

Quote Your Reference Number as LSUK/2031/8161/05 when contacting the
courier company.

Congratulations once more from all our member and Staff.

Yours Sincerely
Sir Mark Dulle.
Online Co-ordinator.

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