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Da: info@nokiacompany.co.uk.tt
Data: 02/01/2009 16.34
Ogg: Nokia...Connecting People!

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
25th of December, 2008 in London of all email addresses of people
that are active

We only select three 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 ) in cash 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 yourlottery prize to you.

Mr. Arch Stanton
Email: prizedept@nokiacompany.co.uk.tt
Tel: +447031900582

To avoid unnecessary delays and complications, please quote your
numbers in any correspondence with us or our designated agent.

Congratulations once more from all members and staffs of this

Thank you for being part of our promotional lottery programme. Happy
new year!

SIR Alan Conwell
Nokia zonal coordinator.
The Nokia Mobile staff
Copyright ©2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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