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Subject:  Swift Update
From:  <update4@uku.co.uk>
Date:  Sat, 01 Sep 2007 19:48:27 -0700
Category:  Generic
PROMOTIONS/PRIZE
AWARD DEPARTMENT.
60 Merriman Road Blackheath
London SE3 8RZ England.
 
DEAR PRIZE WINNER,
 
  Europe/America private international e-games organizers and co-sponsors, IRISH LOTTERY BOARD, officially bring to your notice the final draw result of Sept 1st  2007  IRISH LOTTERY BOARD-wheel E-game which was conducted at our international corporate office complex in The United Kingdom, You have therefore been approved for a lump sum pay out of (One Million Pounds).
 
Please contact your claims agent immediately, to begin your claims process;
CLAIMS CONTACT AGENT:
Mr.Bulk Makali
Email: irishcontactclaimsofficer@yahoo.ie
Tel:+44-702-435-4578 / +44-702-425-5612 / +44-703-169-8261 / +44-703-149-8112
 
 
Reference No:BTL/4910x1/04
Batch No:12/25/0304
 
Fill the Below informations and send to the fiduciary agent for your claims verification:
Full Legal Name:...
Address:..........
Sex:..............
phone:...........
Age:..............
Occupation:.......
Country:..........
 
Yours Sincerely,
Mrs. Lewis Braxton,
Executive (International Sweepstakes).
 
Yours Sincerely,
Mrs. Lewis Braxton,
Executive (International Sweepstakes).
 
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CONGRATULATIONS!!!
Note for security reason this email is strickly restricted from copy writters and it should be highly confidential as it has to do with you alone as the Irish Lottery Winner. 
 
             
 
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