Ticket number 564 64701565078 FROM THE PROMOTIONAL MANAGER LOTTO.NL NATIONAL LOTTERY. INTERNATIONAL PROMOTIONS/PAYMENT DEPARTMENT AWARD WINNING PROMOTION. Dear Lucky Winner, We are pleased to inform you that you are one of the selected winners of the Lotto.nl romotion held on Saturday 5th of June 2006. Your email address attached to ticket number 564 64701565 077, with serial number 7288/03 drew the lucky numbers 42-6-37-13-37-8; the lottery was categorized into four zonal (Africa, America, Europe and Asia) stages. Consequently you have won the lottery in the 2nd category. You have therefore been approved for a lump sum pay out of Euros 1,000,000.00 (One Million Euros ) Credited to file REF NO: 428/77/UML,Batch No. 46/304/GMA. All participants in this Lottery Program have been selected randomly through a computer Ballot System drawn from over 200,000,00 Companies and 30,000,00 individual emails address from all search engines and web sites. This promotional program will take place every year until the games begin in Beijing China in 2008. However, winners are only eligible for claims once. Due to the mix up of some numbers and names, we ask that you keep this award strictly from public notice untill your claim has been processed and your money remitted to your account. This is part of our security protocol to avoid double claiming or unscrupulous acts by participants of this program. ELIGIBILITY: This promotion is offered only electronically via the Internet and is open to all persons from age 18 years and above with a valid email address and who live in any of the aforementioned countries. This promotion is void in all other countries and is also void where prohibited. Principals and employees of the Lotto.nl company and its respective Parents, subsidiaries and their immediate families are not eligible to participate in this promotion. CLAIMS PROCEDURES: It is our standard practice to allocate accredited agents for the processing of claims application. It is even more imperative for overseas winners. To begin your claims , you are therefore advised as a matter of urgency, to contact the under listed licensed and accredited claims agent for the processing of your prize award winning. Please contact the clearing house (through your claims agent only) the body assigned with the verification of all emergent winner. Therefore all protocols laid down by them must be followed so as to facilitate your claims. CLAIMS PROCESSING OFFICER. LOTTO.NL 2ND CATIGORY WINNER'S Contact Mr.Tonnie Van Der Berg. Tel: 0031-652-257-530 (International Remittance Department). EMAIL: email@example.com. Please note that you will be required to pay for the issuance of your legal back up legalization/notarization document in court. When contacting your claims agent, you are to provide them with 1. Your full name and address 2. Your contact telephone number. 3. Your winning numbers Remember, you must contact your claim officer not later than two weeks of receiving this notification. After this date, all funds will be returned as unclaimed.NOTE: In order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications, please remember to Quote your reference and batch numbers in every one of your correspondences with your agent. Furthermore you are seriously advised to keep all winning lottery information and numbers from the public in line with our company security protocol to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program by unscrupulous individuals. Congratulations once again from all members of staffs and thank you for being part of our Promotions program. Yours Sincerely, Mrs. Theresa Desh. (Lottery Co- ordinator) Reply All E-mail To: firstname.lastname@example.org
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