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Subject:  AUGUST 2006 (TICKET NO: IL252/03/78).
From:  <>
Date:  Mon, 14 Aug 2006 04:32:15 -0700
Category:  Generic

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AUGUST 2006 (TICKET NO: IL252/03/78).  

Dear Recipient,
               RESULTS FOR JULY 
2006 DRAWS
Congratulations to you as we bring to your notice, the 
results of the July Lucky Day International co-sponsored promotional 
lottery draws. We are happy to inform you that you have emerged a 
winner in the elevated 'B' category.  
The draws were held prior to 
your notification. Participants were selected through a computer ballot 
system drawn from 4,000,000 names/email addresses of individuals and 
companies from Africa, America, Asia, Australia, Canada, Europe, Middle 
East, and New Zealand as part of our International Promotions Program.
You/Your Company, attached to ticket number IL252/03/78 with serial 
/file reference number IL25278NL drew the lucky numbers 14, 17, 
19,23,28,33 (18), and consequently won in the 'elevated Category B'. 
You have therefore been awarded a Bond lump sum pay out of One Million 
United States Dollars (US$1, 000,000.00), which is the winning payout 
for 'elevated Category B' winners. Batch number is KK1011.
contact the claims agent within 3 weeks from today via;
Name:  Mr. 
Steve Olea
Fax number: +31-84-754-7144.



Rick Mettin (Assistance Director).

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