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Subject:  Heritage Lottery Fund
From:  "Heritage Lottery Fund"<>
Date:  Tue, 03 Nov 2009 12:14:22 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "Heritage Lottery Fund" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 03 Nov 2009 12:14:22 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "Heritage Lottery Fund"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

Heritage Lottery Fund 
P.O.BOX 2357
2107 DG-Weesp
The Netherlands
Tele: +31-368-450-171

Compliments of the season..


We the entire staff of Heritage Lottery Fund wish to congratulate you for being one 
of the lucky winners in this season's email cash award program.This is an independent promotion and 
is unconnected to any publication.

No purchase necessary. Be informed that this lottery promotion was conducted through the Internet 
worldwide random selection, the participants and winners where picked randomly through a computer 
ballot system and your email have been selected as one of the lucky winners.

Your email have been officially selected as a winner and authorised for claim in the A draw 2nd 
category winning prize of Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand Euros.

For payment of your winning prize outlined herein are the terms and conditions for claim/onward 

1. You must be over the age of 18.
2. All winnings has been Guaranteed and Insured.
3. All winnings must be transfered via bank to bank transfer.(2/3days)
4. An offshore account has been set up with paying bank on winner's behalf for onward transfer to 
nominated account.
5.Winners not living in the Netherlands: Non-resident winners are responsible for confirmation and 
activation of offshore account with paying bank.:Due to the Insurance Bond Policy which has been 
paid for your winning prize must reflect the exact amount
won on the offshore account set up for onward transfer to avoid complications.

6. The confirmation and activation of the offshore account completes the claim process,
failure to do so will cause you to forfeit the prize.
7. Any leak of your winning information resulting in a double claim, will nullify your winnings.
8. You are obliged to have your name published as a winner and will be invited to be present in the after remittance.
9. To be eligible for claim you must complete the claims process before the deadline stated in the 
winning notification you received.
10. Filing a claim means acceptance of the full terms and conditions of
Reply with your details and reference to the payout bank contact below stating that you agree to 
the terms and conditions and that you
wish to confirm your winning prize and activate your offshore account for onward transfer.

Mr.Jan Hadders.(Head of Operation)
For: ING Bank 
Amstelveen-The Netherlands. 
Tel: +31-645-139-114 
Fax: +31-207-083-048 
Fax: +31-368-450-214 

Send the following to the paying bank contact email or fax:
Coupon Number: N()178-1205-WIN
Reference Number:DFBNL/673711/GBF
Full Name:
Date of Birth:
Proof of identity:
Note: Claim expiry date is 27-11-2009. After this date all winning prizes will be filed
as unclaimed.Any leakage of this winning notification leading in a double claim will
cause you to forfeit your prize thus we advise you to keep this winning
notification message confidential away from public notice to prevent double
claims and impersonation until after remittance/payment to you.

Prize Dept,
Cliffe Mikerad.

NOTICE: This message, including all attachments transmitted with it, is for the use of the 
addressee only. It may contain proprietary, confidential and/or legally privileged information. No 
confidentiality or privilege is waived or lost by any mistransmission. If you are not the intended 
recipient, you must not, directly or indirectly, use, disclose, distribute, print or copy any part 
of this message. If you believe you have received this message in error,  please delete it and all 
copies of it from your system and notify the sender immediately by reply e-mail

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