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Subject:  Your 2007 UK Lottery Winning Notification Batch N0:P2/0056
From:  "uk national lottery headquarter" <>
Date:  Sat, 25 Aug 2007 04:56:07 -0700
Category:  Generic

The U.K. National Lottery
Online Lottery Promo Dept.
Customer Service. Liverpool Regional Centre,
Liverpool, L30 1RD United Kingdom.

Date of Notification: 25-08-07

Ref N0: KPL/09-002/JA.
Batch N0:P2/0056.

Attn: Winner.

We happily bring to your notice the results of the U.K. National Lottery
annual draw held on the 23rd of August 2007 in London. The online lotto
draws was conducted from an exclusive list of 50,000 e-mail addresses
of individual and corporate bodies picked by an advanced automated random
computer search from the internet.


Your e-mail address attached to the Batch N0:P2/0056 with Serial
number:06/1055 drew 23-08-07 [5] [11] [13] [17] [14] [48] [25], which
subsequently won you a prize in the category ?B?. You have
therefore been approved to claim a total sum of Â1,500,000.00 (One Million ,
Five Hundred Thousand Great British Pounds) in cash credited to file Ref N0:

This prize is from a total cash prize of Â4,500,000.00 (Four Million,
Five Hundred Thousand Great British Pounds) shared amongst the first
Three (3) lucky winners in this grand category 'B'. This year Lottery
program Jackpot is the largest ever for the UK National Lottery. The
estimated Â35,000,000.00 (Thirty Five Million Great British Pounds)
jackpot would be the sixth-biggest in the U.K. history next year

The Lowest was the Â4,000,000.00 (Four Million Great British Pounds)
jackpot that was shared between Four (4) lucky winners in January 2006
draw of the Big Game Mega Millions' predecessor.

For security reasons, be advised to keep your winning information from
public notice until your claims is processed and your prize money
remitted to you as required in this grand category ?B' terms and
conditions of claims. This is a part of our precautionar y measure to
avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program by non

Please note that, your lucky winning number: [5] [11] [13] [17] [14]
[48] [25] falls within our European Booklet representative office in
London as indicated in our play Coupon. In view of this, your
Â1,500,000.00 (One Million, Five Hundred Thousand Great British
Pounds)would be released to you by our affiliate bank.

Our approved agent, Mr. Phil Smith will immediately commence on the
processing of your claims, to facilitate the release of your Winnings
to you as soon as you make contact with him.

Please be advised as follows: To file for your claim, kindly contact
our certified and accredited claims agent with the information below: Do
endeavour to make contact with him as soon as possible through the below
email address.

Name: Phil Smith
Fiduciary Agent
For: The U.K National Lottery.

You are advised to provide him with the following information:

Telephone/Fax number:

Note that, all claims processes and clearance procedures must be duly
completed early to avoid impersonation and or double claiming.

To avoid unnecessary delays and complications, please quote your
Reference and Batch numbers in any correspondences with our designated

Congratulations once more from all members and staff of the U.K
National Lottery Promo.

Yours Faithfully,

Mrs. Patricia Spencer
Online Co-ordinator
For: The U.K. National Lottery
Online Lottery Promo Dept.

What Is This?

This Email with the Subject "Your 2007 UK Lottery Winning Notification Batch N0:P2/0056" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 25 Aug 2007 04:56:07 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam Email. The sender shows as "uk national lottery headquarter" <>, although that address was probably spoofed. We recommend that you do not attempt to contact any persons or organizations referenced in this email, as you may expose yourself to scammers and, at the very least, you will be added to their email address lists for spam purposes.

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