Asia Pacific Lottery Organization
80b Phetchamnork Avenue,
Attention Dear Winner
We write to Congratulate you as regards your Email Address success in our Online Computer Balloting Sweepstakes Program from the Asia Pacific Lottery Organization online draws earlier this Month held in Bangkok Thailand. All participants were selected through the Registered Computer Internet Users ballot system drawn from 10,000, Personal Email Addresses & official Email Addresses, from Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, North and South America and Malaysian, as part of our International Promotions Program. Your Email Address has subsequently won you one of the two Jackpot prizes in the 5th category? You have therefore been approved to claim a Total Sum of USD$1,000,000.00 (ONE MILLION UNITED STATES DOLLARS) Only.
Your Email Address attached to ticket number APLA286067-00-805 with Serial Number ANGR9-3088 that drew the Lucky Numbers of 8641146. You have therefore been approved of a lump sum payment of USD$1,000,000.00 (ONE MILLION UNITED STATES DOLLARS) Only in cash credited REF NO: ASIAPLOTTOORG00-03803.
Contact the Asia Pacific Lottery Coordinator for your claim:
Mr Paul Wilton
Provide Him with the information below:
(1) REF NO: ASIAPLOTTOORG00-03803
(2) Serial Number: ANGR9-3088
(3) Lucky Number: 8641146
(5) Home Address: .
Your Winning Certificate and all other relevant Documents/Paperwork would be prepared.
Congratulations! Once more from all members and staff of this program that has ensured that you won this competition.
Thank you for being part of our Promotional Lottery program. Remember all prize money must be claimed not later than 20th Day of next Month.
Any claim not made by this date will be returned to the Treasury of the Asia Pacific Lottery Corporation as Unclaimed Fund.
Mr Paul Wilton
Chairman, Asia Pacific Lottery Organization
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