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ONLINE WINNER" from WWW LOTTO NL
Received: Mon, 03 Nov 2008 06:13:00 -0800     Classification: Generic    Popularity: 6 hits    SE Indexed: 24 hits   
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ONLINE WINNER
Koningin Julianaplein 21, 2391 BD
Denhaag, The Netherlands
(Award affiliate with Subscriber Agents).
From: Mrs T. Groenwoud (Award Co-ordinator)
website: www.lotto.nl


The gaming board (LOTTO.NL) is pleased to inform you of the result of the
online award program held on the the 31th of October 2008. Your E-mail address
attached to NL number # 9862117 and online number # 7253128, was awarded the
sum of $1,500,000.00 US Dollars. This program is organized to promote special
internet products like online banking etc.


This draws was conducted formally and winners were selected through a special
internet ballot system from 40,000 individuals and companies E-mail addresses.


To avoid double claim you are strictly advised to keep your winning numbers
confidential. Details on how to transfer your award to you will be given when
you contact the paying bank. For immediate release of your winnings please
complete the form below and send it to the E-mail address of the paying bank
stated below:


*************************************************************
(i)  Name:
(ii) Contact telephone and fax numbers :
(iii) Contact Address :
(iv) Winning numbers (NL number # 9862117, online number # 7253128)
(v)  Awarded amount; $1,500,000.00 US Dollars
(Vi) Awarded E-mail address
(vii) Notification date: 3rd of November, 2008
*************************************************************


Contact person: Online Account officer
E-mail: direktbnkn_nl02@live.nl
Tel: Tel: +31 644 084 302
Calling hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00am-4:00pm


NOTE: If English is not your first language and you have problems understanding
this e-mail, please visit this website(http://babelfish.altavista.com/), you
will be able to translate this mail in several other languages.


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