Miss Young

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lottery Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2008 21:51:37 -0800
From: eBAY AWARD TEAM <noreply123@charter.net>
Subject: Offer From eBAY

From the Desk of the Award Manager,
e-Bay International Promotion/Prize Award Department,
Uk Branch, London.


We are pleased to announce to you that your e-mail has qualified for today’s winners of the prestigious eBay promotion.

The selection was made randomly through a computerized system assigning ticket numbers to their respective lucky e-mail address.

Your e-mail address was selected and attached to TICKET NUMBER: EY87553456 with SERIAL NUMBER: BTD/9080648302/07 and drew the LUCKY NUMBER: 14-21-25-39-40-47(20) which eventually won you 500,000.00 British Pounds(GBP) in this draw. Our agent will immediately commence the process to facilitate the release of your funds. For security reasons, you are advised to keep your winning information confidential.

To file and process your claim to facilitate the release of your funds, contact our(eBay) agent with this information:

CLAIMS REQUIREMENTS:

Full Name:
Country:
Address:
Telephone No:
Current e-mail:
Occupation:

AGENT CONTACT DETAILS:

Mr. Allen Hanson
Tel: +447045788709
E-Mail: allen_hanson_02@hotmail.com


NOTE: This is not a scam mail


Yours Sincerely,
Head, eBay Promotional Award Team
   
 

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