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From: BRITISH NATIONAL LOTTERY <info@bnl.co.uk>
Subject: YOU HAVE WON 753,437 POUNDS STERLING
To:
Date: Sunday, January 18, 2009, 10:15 AM

BRITISH NATIONAL LOTTERY HEADQUARTERS:

28 TAN FIELD ROAD,
CROYDON, LONDON.
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Ref: UK/9420X2/68

Dear Winner,
We are pleased to inform you of the final announcement of the
UK National Lottery Xmas Online Promo Program,
held on the 24th Of December 2008. The draw was done electronically with
several email addresses provided to this office by microsoft to enhance the
utilization of the internet.
Your email address was picked as one of the ten winning email addresses.
This has qualified you to claim the total cash prize Of 753,437 Pounds Sterling
in cash.
Your prize expires in two weeks time as it is the promotonal edition.
Do send these details: Name, Age, Address, Occupation, Telephone No. and
Winning Email Address to our claims department.
Assigned Claims Agent: Jeff Bridges
Email: bnl.jeffbridges@hotmail.com
Phone: +447024073350, +447035944007
Yours Truly,
Dianna Del Velle
(Online Coordinator)

   
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