Promo Award 2007 !!!A.C.I HeadquartersAEA SweepstakesAward DepartmentMadrid, Spain.Ref:ALI/309V/06Batch Number:09/W678/076th November, 2007We are pleased to announce to you the result of the AEA(Africa-Europe-Asia)Sweepstake program held in Madrid.Your email address attached to ticket number 56714527/07 with the serial number AL204 and batch number 7888/07/ES and Reference number ES119345W drew the lucky number 31-6-26-13-35-7 which subsequently won in the 1st category of this years program.You have therefore been approved of the lump sum of five hundred and fifty thousand euros(550.000.00euros),insured and credited to security file number KPC/9118111/07. For the immediate commencement of the release of your award to you,you are advised to make immediate contact with the claims manager with the below given contact detailsName: Dr. Dennis RickyEmail:email@example.comTel: ++34 658 168 113Fax:++34 940 462 070You will be sent a claims verification form for the formalisation of the transfer of your award. Note that participant were selected randomly from World Wide Web Site through computer draw system extracted from over 100,000 emails of individuals and companies. This program takes place annually.For security reasons you are advised to keep your winning information confidential until your claim is processed and your award transferred to you. This is part of our security protocols to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program by some unscrupulous elements. Please be warned.To avoid unecessary delays and complications do quote your security file number in all correspondence.We thank you for being a part of our promotional program and Congratulations from all members and staffs of our company.Yours faithfully,Mrs Fred JonesFor Claims Manager
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