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lottery Subject:
Date: Sun, 8 Nov 2009 03:15:46 -0600
From: info@ulv.edu.mx

MASTERCARD® / MICROSOFT® INTERNATIONAL
END OF THE YEAR MEGA JACKPOT.
Executive Director: Mr. Chris Monteiro.

Dear Cash Winner,

Your e-mail address was selected and confirmed by our co-sponsor Microsoft International, through their latest internet software. You have therefore been approved by MasterCard® Int'l/Microsoft® Corporation UK the sum of £3.6 Million Pounds (THREE MILLION, SIX HUNDRED POUNDS). These funds are in cash, Credited to a valid cashier's check, with a winning Reg. No. MCIMJ: 36925/0751. Be informed that your prize has been insured and ready for pay out to you. You are to contact your assigned claims officer below with your required information's:

Name: Mr. Raymond Hammer .
E-mail: raymondh_claims.009@live.com
Phone: +447035923742.
Claims Verification Department.

Do email the above Claims Administrator, at once with this Claims Requirements; 1. Full Name: 2. Address: 3. Nationality: 4. Age: 5. Occupation: Nature of Work: 6. Phone: Fax: 7. State of Origin: Country: 8. Sex: 9. Winning Email Address:

Mode of Prize Remittance:
(1) Courier Delivery Of your Certified Winning Cheque and other Winning Documents safely to you.
(2) Bank Wire Transfer.

Yours sincerely,
Dr. Luis Ortiz.
Head Customer Care Service.
Copyright © 2009 MasterCard Inc UK.

NOTE: Your required information above will only be used for the stated purpose of assisting you legally to receive your prize as announced in this notification letter. Any other distribution, use, or release of any of your information to a third party is highly prohibited without your consent, to maintain your privacy and personal safety.

 
     
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