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From: claimsmanager_tagged@hotmail.com
Subject: RE: Tagged Messages
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 08:51:43 -0800

Online Buddies, Inc.
P.O. Box 425338
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142
In regards to yourFunds claims process carried out by the British Gaming Board, i am pleased to notify you of the successful completion of yourAward prize claims. Upon due certification and endorsement of your Award prize payment, theTAGGED COMPANY has approved the prize payout of your Award prize in full.TheTAGGEDhas issued for your prize payment a cashier cheque of 250,000.00 GBP.(Two hundred and fifty thousand Great British Pounds) This cheque is made payable only to your name as the prize beneficiary. You are required to cash the cheque within 31 days of receiving your cheque.
In line with remittance instruction issued in your claim application form, theTAGGEDAward Departmenthas assign an international shipping Courier company to carry out the delivery of your prize cheque and winning certificate to your destination.
You are hereby requested to contact the shipping company for further instructions.
The information of the courier company is provided below:
Contact customer attendant:
Mr Kelvin james
You are hereby advice to make a direct contact with the World Courier Service for further processes and to facilitate the immediate delivery of your winning prize,Please note accordingly that the TAGGEDAward Board subjected that Beneficiary who are Non-Resident of the United Kingdom are required to cover the expenses for their prize delivery by the courier company.
In furtherance, copy of your prize winning certificate have been sent to the courier company, for further correspondence and with due certification, please update this office with your current status for subsequent development.
Congratulation once again,
Mrs. Kate Mark
(claims Supervisor)

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