Winning no: GB8101/LPRC
We are delighted to inform you of your prize which was
released on the 1st of November 2007, from the
Australian International Lottery programme,which is
fully based on an electronic selection of winners
using their e-mail addresses from some sites. Your
email address was attached to ticket number; 47001725
07056490102 and serial number 7741134002. This batch
draws the lucky numbers as follows 5-13-33-37-42 and
bonus number 17,which consequently won the lottery in
the second category.
You hereby have been approved a lump sum pay of
US$500.000,00( FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAN DOLLARS) in cash
credit file ref: ILP/HW 47509/09 from the total cash
prize shared amongst eight lucky winners in this
category. All participants were selected through a
computer balloting system drawn form Nine hundred
thousand E-mail addresses from
Canada, Australia, United States, Asia, Europe, Middle
East, Africa and Oceania as part of our international
promotion program which is conducted annually.
ThisLottery was promoted and sponsored by
aconglomorate of some multinational companies as
partof their social responsibility to the citizens in
the commmunities where they have an operational base.
Furthermore, your details(e-mail address) falls within
our European representative office in
Amsterdam,Holland as indicated in your play coupon and
your prize of US$1.3,000.000. will be released to you
from this regional branch office in NIGERIA. We hope
that with part of your prize, you will participate in
our end of year high stakes for US$1.3 Billion
HOW TO CLAIM YOUR PRIZE: Simply contact our fiducial
agent,DR SANDI SANI . to file for your claim .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 from the public until
your claim is processed and your prize released to
This is part of our security protocol to avoid
oubleclaiming and unwarranted taking advantage of this
programme by non-participants or unofficial personnel.
Note, all winnings MUST be claimed by the 30TH of
november; otherwise all funds will be returned
asUnclaimed and eventually donated to charity
PLEASE CONTACT BARRISTER LEVI , so that he will tell
you of how you will receive your winning prize.
Name: BARRISTER KELVIN
ANYBODY UNDER THE AGE OF 18 IS AUTOMATICALLY
Congratulations once again on your win!!!
Dr Elvis: Australialoto10@hotmail.com
PEASE DO NOT REPLY THIS EMAIL. CONTACT YOUR CLAIMS
AGENT AT ANY BREACH OF CONFIDENTIALITY ON THE PART OF
THE WINNERS WILL RESULT TO DISQUALIFICATION
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