ATTENTION: STAKE WINNER, RE: PRIZE AWARD NOTIFICATION FINAL NOTICE We are pleased to inform you today, 24th day of January, 2016 on the release of the INTER`NL LOTERIA SWEEP STAKE LOTTERY / INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM Held on the 6th Dec. 2015. Your Email attached to the ticket number 037 523-886-950 drew the lucky numbers 12-14-16-24-34-46 which consequently won the lottery in the 3rd category. You have therefore been approved for a lump Sum Payout of $ 1.815, 950.00 (ONE MILLON EIGHT HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN THOUSAND, NINE HUNDRED AND FIFTY UNITED STATES DOLLARS ONLY) In Cash Credited To File REF NO:ES/D-24145190086. This is from A Total Cash Prize of $98,556.740.00 (NINTY EIGHT MILLION, FIVE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SIX THOUSAND, SEVEN HUNDRED AND FORTY UNITED STATES DOLLARS ONLY) Shared among International Winners in this Category. CONGRATULATIONS Your fund is now deposited with a finance company insured to your. Please note that your claim and batch numbers are the key to your funds, you are to keep them confidential until your claims had been duly processed and your money remitted into your Bank Account as this is part of our security protocol / strategy to avoid double claiming or unwarranted taking of advantage of this program by participants. All participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from 27,000 Email from Europe, America and Asia as part of our International Promotions programmed which we conduct twice every year. We hope with a part of your prize you will take part in our next high stake of USD 1 .2 BILLION INTERNATIONAL LOTTERY PROGRAMME. To begin your claim, please contact your claim agent Attorney JUAN RAMOZ, the Foreign Service manager. On Email; email@example.com for immediate processing and remittance of your prize money to a designated Bank Account of your choice. Sincerely Mrs. MARIA EMILO
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