eBay Award Team 20 Craven Park. Harlesden London NW10. United Kingdom. Ref: BTD/968/07 Batch: 409978E Dear Lucky winner. WINNING NOTIFICATION The prestigious eBay has sent out and successfully organised a Sweepstakes marking the new year anniversary we rolled out over 100.000.000.00 (One Hundred Million Great Britain Pounds) for our new year Anniversary Draws. Participants for the draws were randomly selected and drawn from a wide range of web hosts which we enjoy their patronage. The selection was made through a computer draw system attaching personalised email addresses to ticket numbers.eBay is now the largest Internet marketing company and in an effort to make sure that Internet Marketing remains the most widely used Site . eBay is running an e-mail beta test. Your email address as indicated was drawn and attached to ticket number 008795727498 with serial numbers BTD/9080648302/06 and drew the lucky numbers 14-21-25-39-40-47(20) which subsequently won you 800.,000.00(Eight Hundred Thousand Great Britain Pounds) as one of the jackpot winners in this draw. You have therefore won the entire winning sum of 800,000.00 (Eight Hundred Thousand Great Britain Pounds). The draws registered as Draw number one was conducted in Brockley. London United Kingdom on the 8th of April 2007. These Draws are commemorative and as such special. Please be informed by this winning notification to file your claims.you are to make contact with your designated agent who shall dully guide you through the process to facilitate the release of your prize.To file for your claim Please fill in the information then send it to your fiduciary agent and you have to send it to that email below, Mr.Wilfort Peterson eBay Promotion Award Team Head Winning Claims Dept. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
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