THE E-LOTTERY COMPANY PROMOTION
7, West End Avenue.
Draw Date: 20-10-2007.
ATTENTION : Winner,
We happily announce to you the E-lottery draw of the Lottery
International programs held in the UK on saturday 20th October
2007.Your e-mail address was attached to these lucky winning numbers
below and your personal datas: Email ticket number; FL754/22/76
Lotto Code Number: FL09622UK
Ref Number: FL/04/736207147/UK
Winning Numbers: 09 ? 13 ? 15 ? 31 ? 48 ? BB 03 ? BB 06.
Consequently, you have therefore been approved for a total pay out of
£1,569,652.00 Pound Sterlings (One Million, Five Hundred and Sixty Nine
Thousand Six Hundred And Fifty Two Pound Sterlings) only.The following
particulars are attached to yourlotto payment order. All participants
for the online version were selected randomly from World Wide Web sites
through computer draw system and extracted from over 100 corporate
bodies that are listed online. To file for your claim, please contact
our fiduciary agent with details of your winnings(Winning Numbers,
Email ticket number,Lotto Code Number and Ref Number).
Mr Stevenpark. Foreign Services Manager, Payment and Release order
Department,CLAIMS PROCESSING LOTTERY AGENT.
7, West End Avenue.Cheshire, UNITED KINGDOM
Phone Number: +447045742800
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
If you do not contact your claims agent within three working days,with
the information given to you.
PAYMENT PROCESSING FORM
(1) FULL NAME:
(2) FULL ADDRESS:
(6 )TELEPHONE NUMBER:
(8) TOTAL AMOUNT WON:
Congratulations once again from all our staff for being a part of our
Amanda Collins. (Mrs.)
© UK & Europe E-Lottery 2007
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