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lottery Subject: You have Won Two Million United States Dollars from New Yahoo Beta Mail & Microsoft Windows Live Lottery Promotions s
Date: Mon 3 Aug 2009 14 13 50 0300
From: "Yahoo Beta Mail & Microsoft Windows Live" <windows14141@live.com>
To: "undisclosed-recipients" <undisclosed-recipients ;>



You have Won Two Million United States Dollars from New Yahoo!Beta Mail & Microsoft Windows Live Lottery Promotions (s)

This is to officially congratulate you.

You have Won Two Million United States Dollars from New Yahoo! Beta
Mail & Microsoft Windows Live Lottery Promotions (s)

Preview the attach copy of your Message and follow the instructions
giving to you for the Claim of your Winning Prize (Money) from our
Paying Bank.

Good Luck.

Online Lottery Commission Board.

YAHOO AWARD
Mr

Subject: Dear ...................... Contact our Paying Bank for your Claim.
Date: Wed 5 Aug 2009 16 09 42 0300
From: "Barrister James Peters and Associate" <jamespetersassociate@hotmail.com>




This is to acknowledge the receipt of your information's. Your winning Funds have been deposited with our Paying Bank. We have attached Winning Certificate, which you are advice to print out for your perusal. Your Winning Files has finally endorsed by the Lottery Commission Board London/Ireland and your Payment has already been approved by the Paying Bank.

You are therefore advice to contact our Paying Bank for the release of your Prize Money to you. You are requiring, presenting by forwarding your Winning Certificate to our Paying Bank International Commercial Bank Plc (I.C.B) Ghana for the confirmation of your Winning before they would release your Prize (Money) to you.

How to Claim: Contact our Paying Bank for your Claim.

Name of the Bank: International Commercial Bank Plc.
E-mail: info.icb.bank@f-mail.net
Contact Person: Mr. Michael Robert
Position: Payment Director
Tel: 233-247884064


Claim your Prize and say Thanks to Yahoo! Mail Windows. Access your Inbox & Bulk Folder to know when the Bank has contacted you.

Preview the Attachment...& forward your Winning Certificate to the Bank

Congratulations Once Again!!


Have a Great day.

Barrister James Peter
Lottery Commission Board
Yahoo! Microsoft Windows Lottery Promotions
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Approval Winning Certificate
Mr Subject: Attention
Date: Thu 6 Aug 2009 10 27 56 0300
From: "International Commercial Bank" <info.icb.bank@f-mail.net>


Dear Valuable Customer.

This is to officially notify you that we have concluded every arrangement to release your Winning Funds valued the sum of ($2,000,000.00) Two Million United States Dollars Only to you as a Prize Awarded to you by Yahoo! Beta Mail Lottery Promotions.

This Lottery was Promoted and Sponsored by a Conglomerate of some Multinational Companies as part of their Social Responsibility to the Citizens in the Communities where they have Operational base. Further more your details (e-mail address) fall within our Africa Representative Office in Accra-Ghana, as indicated in your play Cupon and your Pize of ($2,000,000.00) will be released to you from our Regional Bank Branch Office in Ghana ( International Commercial Bank Plc).

Based on this understanding, we are Attaching together with this email, your Funds Approval Certificate which you are advice to print out for your perusal. Also find the attacched form and fill out with your full banking details and return it immediately for processing.

Congratulations! to you from all our Entire Departments.

Have a Great Day.

Mr Michael Robert
Remittance Director
International Commercial Bank Plc
Cell +233247884064

Confirmable Bank Draft-

Approval Certificate

Bank Form

     
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