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From: Canadian Lottery Inc <jerrymoten17@sbcglobal.net>
Subject: Canadian Lottery Awards(You Have Won $820,000USD)
Date: Tuesday, September 22, 2009, 8:11 PM

Canadian Lottery (Lotto lore)
Headquarters:1a, Bevon Court Carlton
Nottingham shire NG4 1SQ Essex
United Kingdom

Winning notification

Dear Winner,

We happily announce to you the result of the National Lotto 6/49 lottery draws held this September 2009 - Lotto 6/49,in Essex United Kingdom and Ontario, Canada. All participants were selected randomly from World Wide Website through computer draws system and extracted from over 10,000,00 companies and personal e-mail addresses. Your e-mail address attached to ticket number: B9564 7560 4545 100 with serial number 046560 drew the winning 10 18 22 26 34 38 Bonus 39.

You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of USD$820,000(Eight Hundred And Twenty Thousand Dollars) in Cash credited to file EAAL/9080118308/04.

Our agent will immediately commence the process to facilitate the release of your funds as soon as you contact their office. To file for your claim, please contact our fiduciary claims agent immediately you read this message for quick and urgent release of your fund,

Contact information is as follows:

Name: Mark Kelvin
Email : mark.kelvin101@gmail.com

You should note that any prize not claimed before 2 weeks from the date of notification will be termed as unclaimed and returned to the Lottery board.

Winners Note:No body has the right to touch, tamper or Deduct any money whatsoever from your won prize not even the Authorized paying Bank.Be Ware

Yours Sincerely,

Mr Jerry Moten
Customer Service: 680 NCA 85914

Mr From: Mark Kelvin <mark.kelvin101@gmail.com>
Subject: Canadian Lottery Claims Procedure( The Bank Will Contact You )
Date: Saturday, September 26, 2009, 12:07 AM

Private Desk
Canadian Lottery
Claims Agent


I have received your personal information needed for your prize
release.The bank will contact you once i forward your information to
them. You have to follow their instruction so that they will be able
to effect the transfer of your lottery prize to your
account without any delays.

You will find as an attached file a copy of your winner's certificate
which makes you a bonafide winner of the lottery.

Have a nice day now and await the bank's email.

Mark Kelvin
Claims Agent
Canadian Lottery Winners Certificate
Mr From: Union Bank Plc <itd-u-bnk@financier.com>
Date: Saturday, September 26, 2009, 11:10 AM

TEL/FAX: +234 803 756 0976
EMAIL: itd-u-bnk@financier.com <ird.u.bnk@financier.com> <payment.unit-unionbank@unionbnk-online.com>


The Union Bank Nigeria has received a memo from the Canadian Lottery Claims agent Mr Mark Kelvin regarding your winning on the recent concluded lottery program.We have confirmed the authenticity of your information and we want to inform you that we have started the processing of your lottery prize in our custody. The transfer will be strictly based through a telegraphic wire transfer(Bank To Bank) where you have to provide with us your nominated bank account details.

We wish to notify you that the verification department of this bank has approved you for payment and in that regards you are to note that we have a modus operand for the transfer of huge funds that is being transferred to a foreign account. There must be a Cost Of Transfer of 10% for any transfer of any kind being effected by this bank. Therefore we wish to bring to your notification that the recipient of such funds pays to the bank 50% of this money before transfer and after the transfer is completed,the balance of 50% must be completed. That is our mode of payment.

As you know,your prize money is $820,000USD(Eight Hundred And Twenty Thousand Dollars), you will be paying to the bank $8,200 (Eight Thousand Two Hundred Dollars) but you have to make a first half payment of $4,100(Four Thousand One Hundred Dollars) before the transfer and the balance of $4,100 after the transfer has been effected.

We wish to inform you that the above procedure is our mode of payment of prizes to beneficiaries of Canadian Lottery.

Note: The fee cannot be deducted from your cash prize. if it was possible to be deducted then we would have done so without demanding any amount from you. Your winning money was deposited as fixed deposit with our bank and such cannot be deducted before transfer. For your information, we do not have time for trivialities. We do not attend to any form of delay in the claim of winning prizes as the accredited paying bank for this Canadian Lottery, we have a lot of winners to make payments to so all contact with us must be effected to enable us fulfill our banking services to the beneficiaries. We have a limited time frame to process and make payments of winning prizes. This is a mandate given to us by the Canadian Lottery Board.

If you want to proceed with the claim of your prize, you should get back to us with the following information;

Full Name..........
Bank Name [ where you wish your prize to be transferred into]...........
Bank Address.............
Account Name................
Account Number.................
Swift Code/Abba Routine Number...........

If you do not agree with our mode of payment and wish not to proceed, kindly fill and sign the attached Disclaimer form here with this email and return back to us so that we will send your prize money of $820,000.00 back to the treasury of the Lottery Board as unclaimed prize.

Further clarifications if requested by any beneficiary would be attended to. Further Questions would also be attended to.

Thank your for your correspondence.

Thank you for your immediate Response.

Best Wishes,
Dr. Morry Harry.

Director; Funds Transfer.
Union Bank Plc
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