AWARD NOTICE EURO MILLONES ESPANA INTL AWARD/PROMOTIONAL DEPARTMENT MADRID. SPAIN. 1-15-17-25-45-2-8. EFF 28/10/80/EES EMAIL-LOTTERY AWARD PROMOTIONAL PROGRAMME We are pleased to inform you that your EMAIL ADDRESSE has been selected as one of the 12th lucky winners in the email lottery programme conducted by the EURO MILLONES ESPANA gaming board on the 8th June 2007 at the international corporate office complex in Spain. You winning email addressee has therefore been approved a lump sum payout of Â1.298.404, 07 euro (One million two hundred and ninety eight thousand, four hundred and four euro, seven cent) in cash credited to file REF NÂ:EFF 28/10/80/EES . Below are the particulars attached to your LUCKY WINNING EMAIL? (i) The file Ref NÂ: EFF 28/10/80/EES (ii) Email ticket NÂ: ET2-7569/LLP iii) Winning NÂ: 1-15-17-25-45-2-8 To immediately claim your prize, contact the claim/paying agent on the telephone number and email below. EURO MILLONES S.L. MR.VINCENTE SANCHEZ MADRID, SPAIN TEL: 0034-680-658-644 EMAIL: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org You the beneficiary of the winning email would be responsible for the LEGALIZATION/APPROVAL DOCUMENT CHARGES (FEES) of your lucky WINNING EMAIL ADDRESSE CHANGED to your FULL NAMES. Also please be notified that we are using this medium to compensate those who had particaipated for the promotional programme that was held here in spain on the 28th of october 2006 where different particpants from all over the world purchased a ticket to enter for it, but due to our COMPUTER TICKET ERROR, nobody won the lucky prizes so the EUROMILLONES ESPANA relazied so much funds from this jackpot. And the only way we could use to compensate those who had partcipated is via email, which we are actually using this medium as a new method to give away lucky prize to just 6 lucky email addresses, and also to encourage the use of internet world wide for academic and business pursuits.
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