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From: Uk PowerBall Winning Notification <ukpower@lotto.com>
Subject: Prize Winner,
To:
Date: Sunday, 13 September, 2009, 1:46 PM



Dear Consolation Prize Winner,

We wish to inform you of the yearly Powerball Lottery Program that
your e-mail address has won an award sum of a total cash prize of $2,500.000.00
(Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars) shared among
the first six (50) lucky winners in this category.
Do contact your Fiduciary Agent via email for remittance
_______________________________________________________________
Officer Name: Mr. Morrison Luke.
Email: ukpowerball008@hotmail.co.uk
Phone: +447010285069
Power Ball House London.UK
Website: www.powerball.com
_____________________________________________________________________,
Below is the claims and verifications form. You are expected to fill
and return it immediately so we can start Processing your claims:
1. Full Names:
2. Residential Address:
3. Direct Phone No:
4. Fax Number
5. Occupational:
6. Sex:
7. Age:
8.Nationality:
9. Occupation: 10 Annual Income
we wish you the best of luck as you spend your good fortune. Thank you
for being part of our commemorative yearly Draws.

Sincerely,
Dr. Mrs. Lissa Walter
Powerball Promotion Team


 
     
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