COCA COLA LOTTERY PROMOTION Accredited Claim Agent- 29 Colmore Row, Birmingham , B3 2EW United Kingdom 25 SEPTEMBER, 2007. The COCACOLA LOTTERY wishes to inform you that the results of the E-mail address ballot lottery international program by Great Britain held on the of 10th of JuLY 2007. Your mail account have been picked as a winner of a lump sum pay out of Eight hundred and ninety-one thousand,nine hundred and thirty-four Great Britain pounds Ł891,934.00pounds sterlings) in cash credited to file REF NO. REF:UKL/74-A0802742007. This is from total prize money of GBP 4,459,670.00shared among the FIVE (5) international winners in this category. All participants for the online version were selected randomly from World Wide Web through computer balloting system drawn from over 100,000 names database, union associations and corporate bodies that are listed online.This promotion is this year'sCOCACOLA LOTTERY New Year bonanza. All winning must be claimed not later than 14 working days from this notification. After this time all unclaimed funds will be returned to European Union Treasury as unclaimed. Please note in order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications please remember to quote your reference number in all correspondence. Be advice to keep your winning information confidential until your claims has been processed and your money remitted to you. This is part of our security protocol to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program. MR.Ben Silver. Email:email@example.com VERIFICATION AND FUNDS RELEASE FORM 1.NAMES:________ 2.ADDRESS:__________CITY________STATE_________POSTCODE______COUNTRY_________ 3.SEX:_______ 4.AGE:________ 5.OCCUPATION:__________ 6.TELEPHONE NUMBER:__________ Sincerely, Mrs. Dianne Thompson Online Coordinator, CAMELOT GROUP, Operator of The National Lottery
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