+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ A G R E A T W I N N I N G Rand Gold Mega Million Promotion team & Online Lottery Tel: +27 84 266 1318 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ CONGRATULATIONS The Rand Gold Mega Million Promotion team & Online Lottery is proud to inform you that you have won € 830,000.00 WHY YOU HAVE WON Your E-mail address is one of 7 lucky Addresses that have won in the weekly Promotion. HOW DID YOU WIN The Rand Gold Mega Million Promotion, is a new Internet based Lottery, Whereby all winners are selected by internet/email server, this email server visits all Internet providers and email address around the globe, be it .com, .org, .net and all country based web abbreviations, as you have .ca in Canada and .uk in United Kingdom, AOL and hotmails. We select one million email addresses from all over the globe (Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, South America, Middle East and Australia) to run the draw; this is a bonus from African Microsoft Society to email users. After the draw 7 email addresses become the winning e-mail address. DETAILS ON THE WINNINGS Your Winning Serial Number is: AMS/73253ZA/2007, Batch Number: 010107/ZA/2007. Just contact our processing agent / Africa regional claim department below for claiming of your prize and remember to quote your Serial and Batch Number and Winning Email Address for easy processing of your prize. That's it! INTERNATIONAL CLAIMS DEPT. RAND GOLD MEGA MILLION PROMOTIONS Processing Manager: Mr. Christ Kular Email: email@example.com 24hrs Tel: +27 84 266 1318 Before proceeding with your claim, endeavor to call the processing manager for clarification. Congratulations again and have a lot of fun. Notification Office Rand Gold Mega Million Promotion © Copyright 2007 All rights reserved
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