Miss Young

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lottery > From: NOKIA PROMOTION <info@nokiapromotion.co.uk>
> Subject: YOU HAVE WON 750,000 POUNDS
> To: info@nokiapromotion.co.uk
> Date: Monday, August 18, 2008, 3:04 AM
> 2nd Floor Berkley Square House
> London W1J 6BD London
> United Kingdom.
> Ref: QGSL/941OYI/02
> Batch: 12/25/DC34
> Dear, Sir/Madam
> You are a winner of the NOKIA SWEEPSTAKES PROMOTION
> international
> programme held on the 17th of August 2008 in London of all
> email addresses
> of people that are active online we only select five people
> annually as
> our lucky winners through electronic balloting system
> without the winner
> applying or buying a ticket to win this lottery prize. We
> congratulate you
> for being one of the lucky winners selected for the nokia
> prize award,You
> have been approved to claim a total sum of 750,000 pounds
> (seven hundred
> and fifty thousand pounds ) incash credited to file
> KPC/9080118308/02. To
> file for your claim, please Contact the Nokia cash officer
> by email with
> the below details for processing and release of your
> lottery prize to you.
> Mr. Arch Stanton
> Email: nokia-prizedepartment@hotmail.com
> Tel: +447045704762
> To avoid unnecessary delays and complications, please quote
> your
> reference/batch numbers in any correspondences with us or
> our designated
> agent. Congratulations once more from all members and
> staffs of this
> programme. Thank you for being part of our promotional
> lottery programme.
> Sincerely,
> SIR Alan Conwell
> Nokia zonal coordinator .
> The Nokia Mobile staff
> Copyright 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.


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