Miss Young

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lottery > From: Marshall, Susan <susan.marshall@lausd.net>
> To:
> Date: Monday, September 22, 2008, 6:47 PM
> We are pleased to inform you of the final announcement of
> the UK ONLINE PROMO> AWARDS, held on the 22nd SEPTEMBER , 2008. You have be
> awarded the sum of 500,000GBP
> (Five Hundred thousand Pounds Sterling).
> All participants for the online version were selected
> randomly from the World
> Wide Web through a computer draw system and extracted from
> over 100,000
> unions, associations, and corporate bodies that are listed
> online. This
> promotion takes place weekly.
> Please note that your lucky winning number falls within our
> European booklet
> representative office in the United Kingdom as indicated in
> your play coupon.
> In view of this, your 500,000GBP (Five Hundred thousand
> Pounds Sterling),
> would be released to you by any of our payment offices in
> the United Kingdom.
> Please you are advice to complete the form and send it
> immediately to our
> Promotion manager through email for prompt collection of
> your fund.
> To process for your claim, you are advise to fill the form
> below and send to
> our fiduciary agent for your Claims verification:
> 1. Full Names:
> 2. Address:
> 3. Country:
> 4. Sex:
> 5. Marital Status:
> 6. Occupation:
> 7. Phone numbers:
> Email: mrsrobencole@hotmail.com


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