UK NATIONAL LOTTERY HEADQUARTERS:
P O Box 1010 Liverpool,
L70 1NL UNITED KINGDOM
Fax:(+44)845 280 6040
Email: email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
INTERNATIONAL PROMOTIONS/PRIZE AWARD DEPARTMENT.
Ref: ILP/HW 47509/02
Winning no: 03 21 29 35 38 45 46
Dear Lucky winner,
We are delighted to inform you of the result of the E-mail address ballot lottery draw of the UKcash-out lotto bv international programme, which took place on the 18th November 2007. This is a computer generated lottery of Internet users using email addresses for draws.This lotto draw is fully based on an electronic selection of winners using their e-mail addresses from different World Wide Web (www) sites. Your e-mail address attached to ticket number: 275-189-657-23-05 with Serial number 8756-05 drew the lucky numbers and bonus ball number which subsequently won you the lottery in the 2nd category.
You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of US$500,000.00 (FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND U.S DOLLARS) in cash credit file ref:ILP/HW 47509/02.This is from the total cash prize of US$2,000,000 Million Dollars, shared amongst the first Ten (10) lucky winners in this category. All participants were selected randomly through a computer balloting system drawn from Nine hundred thousand E-mail addresses from Canada, Australia, United States, Asia,Europe,Middle East, Africa and Oceania as part of our international promotions programme which is conducted annually. This Lottery is being promoted and sponsored by a conglomerate of Multinational companies as part of their social responsibility to the citizens in the communities where they have operational base.
Further more your details (e-mail address) falls within our european representative office in UK London as indicated in your play coupon and your prize of US$500,000.00 will be released to you from our regional branch office in LONDON.We hope with part of your prize, you will participate in our end of year high stakes for US$1.3 Billion international draw.Our agent will immediately commence the process to facilitate the release of your funds as soon as you contact him.
HOW TO CLAIM YOUR PRIZE:
Simply contact your claims agent, David Johnson Cole
Fill and send the form below to your claims agent.
LOTTERY WINNERS APPLICATION FORM OF PAYMENT.
DATE OF BIRTH..............................
Please quote your reference, batch and winning number which can be found on the top left corner of this notification as well as your full name, address and telephone number to help locate your file easily. For security reasons, we advice all winners to keep this information confidential (VERY SECRET) from the public until your claim is processed and your prize money remitted/released to you. This is part of our precautionary measure to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this programme by some unscrupulous elements, equally to guard against non participant or unofficial personnel taking undue
advantage of this programme.
Note that, all winnings MUST be claimed by a STIPULATED TIME (ON OR BEFORE 30TH DECEMBER,2007); otherwise all funds will be returned as Unclaimed and eventually be reabsorbed into our next lucky dip sweepstakes.
Congratulations once again on your winnings!!!
Yours in service,
Executive Co-ordinator (National Lottery Agency).
Dr. P. Swier, Mr. Gerald Goodman (Manager Foreign Operations), Mr. Franklyn Van Der Weijden (Manager Domestic Banking Operations), Dr. James Williams (Director International Credit Department), Mrs.
Sandra Murphy (Executive), Mrs Helen Adams(co-ordinator), (Executive), Mr. Stephen Boer (Chairman).
PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS OFFICE, MAKE SURE YOU CONTACT OUR CLAIMS AGENT WITH HIS EMAIL ADDRESS AS WRITTEN ABOVE. ANY BREACH OF CONFIDENTIALITY ON THE PART OF THE WINNERS WILL RESULT TO DISQUALIFICATION.
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- you win any lottery where you didn't buy a ticket! It's really that easy! It's not just too good to be true: it's bait in a trap!
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