AWARD MESSAGE/NOTIFICATION. Q' SOFTWARE INC. SWEEPSTAKES DIVISION. 4 NEW ELLAND PARK FORROES ISLAND. REF NO: PSFI-79134/1519/05. SERIAL NO: 11306-05 DATE: 4th May 2006. Attn: Sir/Madam, This is to officially notify you of the result of our Q' (Software) Sweepstake draw, which was conducted on the 1st day of May 2006. This email address, which was attached to Serial no: 11306-05 have won you our sweepstake program in the free prize category. We have now approved you to collect a total payment sum of USD$980,000:00 NINE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY THOUSAND US DOLLARS ONLY) attaches to payment file REF NO: PSFI-34/1519/05. We know of the surprises that follow such a notification message based on the fact that you have not purchase a lottery ticket from us, but be informed here that it was a promotional program from our software department in promoting the benefit of the Internet usage. These approved funds can be claim now by contacting our payment finance house. Due to the nature of this program, we ask that you keep a low profile until your claim has been processed and collected; as this is part of a new security measures. You can begin your claim now by contacting the Payment centre on email address: cititconsultant@gawab. com with your complete names, Mailing address, Telephone and Fax numbers, Reference/Serial numbers and the amount won for the processing of the winning entitlement. Be informed also that all funds not applied for after the 30th day of May 2006 will be return back to us. Felicitation as we do expect you to make a better use of these funds. Sincerely, Jan Van Dyke. Sweepstake Division. Q' Software Inc.
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