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lottery From: claimscenter101@hotm4il.com
Subject: Explnation Of Payment Options
Date: Mon, 21 Sep 2009 07:30:44 +0100

UK Stake NationalOnline Lottery Program
P O Box 4539,
#24 Lyndhurst Road,
London NW3 5PQ,
United Kingdom.

REF NO: UKNL/98710/HA/08
BATCH NO.10050UKNL

Furtherance to our telephone conversation this morning.

Kindly be informed that if you wish to by the option A, flying down to London personally do inform us by email so that we can send us all details of what is required of you to fly down to our office for your cash prize payment. However if you wish to go by the option B, employing the services of an attorney (Mr. Tweed Lee) you are to contact him by his contact details as forwarded in our previous correspondence.

Hope you understand properly now? Do keep us informed.

Best Regards,
Dr. David Brown
Claims Director, Union Finance Management.
UK Stake NationalOnline Lottery Program.
D/L: +44 (0) 702 406 5925

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Mr Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2009 09:30:37 +0100
Subject: Your Lottery Cash Prize Claim Matter- Qualification numbers (K-987-10, HA-083)
From: tweedlee@legalchambers.net

TWEED LEE & CO SOLICITORS

5 Roshine Road, London,

SE3 1AW, United Kingdom

Tel: 00 44 702 401 0653

Fax: 08704718620

Email: tweedlee@legalchambers.net

Principal

Tweed Lee LL.B (Hons)

Your Ref:

Our Ref: DT291/PL Date:22nd September 2009

Your Lottery Cash Prize Claim Matter- Qualification numbers (K-987-10, HA-083)

I do acknowledge the receipt of the lottery prize notification from UK Stake National Lottery. Do know that this is legitimate lottery programme and it’s being governed by the British gambling Board. UK Stake National Lottery is an independent lottery organization/arm, created to drive entrepreneurial approaches to social environmental and personal issues. But, they are more than a lottery organization. They are all about driving entrepreneurial approaches to social environmental and personal issues. At UK Stake National Lottery, they see a real opportunity to change the way social and business sectors work together to form partnerships that will drive sustainable solutions. To do this they focus on four key areas, Connecting People, 'Good' Investments, Social Businesses and giving out non-repayable cash prizes.

I will be required to do some documentation and processing that would enable you receive the funds. Our service therefore is to procure and endorse all legal discharge documents in your favor and an irrevocable payment approval for the Wire Transfer of your Prize funds to you designated account. Also I want you to know that as an attorney, I don't work without being paid first. As it is, your winning funds have been insured in your name by the lottery organizers. This means nobody can deduct any money from it until it gets to your account in your country. Therefore you will be required to send some information about yourself for the processing; Full Names, Direct Cell # and Current Country of residence, * For IDENTIFICATION purpose (Copy & Fax or send via email attachment Either the Photo Page of Your Int'l Passport Or Drivers License). I will let you know the other information I will need from you as we progresses. After the processing, you will be contacted by payout bank. They will carry out the transfer of your prize funds to your account. A power of attorney will be forwarded to you upon reply to this email to be filled and returned, this will empower me to obtain all clearance documents for the payment of your prize into your nominated bank account.

Also I want you to know that as an attorney, I don't work without being paid first. As it is, your winning funds have been insured in your name by the lottery organizers. This means nobody can deduct any money from it until it gets to your account in your country. So you will have to make alternative plans to pay me directly for the legal services before we can start work. The legal fees for this transaction are an equivalent of £999 (Nine Hundred And Ninety Nine British Pounds Sterling), you will be required to pay half before I start and half after you receive your lottery funds. This fee is non-negotiable. I am already representing two other winners of this lottery program and it is the same amount I am charging them. So yours will not be different. As part of the Lottery Board security protocol, you are advice to keep this notification personal, to avoid impersonation, as we have had cases like that before. As your legal lawyer do not hesitate to contact me about any inquiries. However, if you are not clear with any of the above, feel free to give me a call on the above number.

Hope to hear from you soon.

Yours Sincerely,

Tweed Lee

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Mr. Tweed Lee
15 Roshine Road, London,
SE3 1AW, United Kingdom
Email: tweedlee@legalchambers.net
TEL: 00 44 702 401 0653
FAX: 00 44 870 471 8620

Opening hours:
Monday – Friday 08:00am – 10:00pm
Saturday – Sunday - 8:00am – 3:00pm

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