The National Lottery
P O Box 1010
Liverpool, L70 1NL
Fax: 44 (0)871 661 8831
FINAL WINNING NOTIFICATION
Dear Lucky Winner,
We are pleased to notify you the draw (#1159) of the UK NATIONAL LOTTERY,Online Sweepstakes International Lottery Program held on 21th November 2007. The result of our computer draw (#1159) selected your name and email address attached to e-ticket number: 56475600545 188 with Serial number 5368/02 drew the lucky numbers: 13- 14- 21- 30- 43- 49 (bonus no.17).You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of £850,000.00 (Eight Hundred and Fifty Thousand Pounds Sterling) in cash credited to file KTU/9023118308/03.This is from a total cash prize shared amongst the first Six (6) lucky winners in this category.To
begin the processing of your prize, you are to contact our fiduciary claims department for more infomation as regards procedures to claim your prize.
Overseas Claims Unit
United Kingdom Lottery Fiduciary
Contact Person: Mr.Mark Smith.
Tel:+44 704 574 2915
Contact him by providing him with your ticket number: 56475600545 188 and your Serial number 5368/02 .You are also advised to provide him with the under listed informations as soon as possible:
VERIFICATION AND FUNDS RELEASE FORM
Please you are to provide him with the above listed details as soon as possible so he can begin with the processing of your prize winnings.
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