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>From: BBC LOTTERY AGENT <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: CONTACT BBC LOTTERY FOR YOUR WINNING
>Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2006
>National Lottery Reslts.
>PO Box 200
> Saturday November 18th 2006
>You have won the sum of £710,000 (SEVEN HUNDRED AND TEN THOUSAND,POUNDS
>STERLING ) from BRITISH LOTTERY on our 2006 charity bonanza.
>The winning ticket was selected from a Data Base of Internet Email
>Users, from which your Address came out as the winning coupon.
>We hereby urge you to claim the winning amount quickly as this is a
>monthly lottery. Failure to claim your win will result into the reversion
>of the fund to our following month.
>You are therefore requested to contact immediately out Claims
>Department below quoting winning number : 01:19:20:32:42:46 BONUS 49
>Contact :MR MARY WILLIAMS to collect your winning with this email
>Provide the following information needed to process your winning claim.
>8.Country Of Residence:
>11.Draw Number above:
>Congratulations once again.
>note: we shall pay your claims through Bank or Delivery please contact
>our helpdesk urgently by phone for comfirmation.
>please quote your winning number.
>Regards, Join Dale
>National Lottery Reslts