EUROPEAN MILLIONS PROMO/PRIZE DEPARTMENT Ref: IR/90020X2/07 Batch: 074/07/ZY569 CONFIRMATION LETTER FROM THE LOTTERY OFFICE!!! Daily Draw Further results http://www.national-lottery.com/resultsnationalhistorical.asp Draw date: 19/ 12/ 2007 Winning numbers: 11, 13, 21, 33, 36, 47, (Bonus no.03). ATTN: WINNER!!! I am writing to confirm the official owner of this email address.Are you the owner of this lucky email address? If yes! then count your self a Lucky person as we are pleased to notify you of the final announcement of the European National Lottery Online sweepstakes Promo Programme held on the 19th Dec. 2007 at exactly 12:00 AM LONDON TIME GMT) Ref:IR/90020X2/07,Batch: 074/07/ZY569,You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of 1,350,000 Euro.(One Million Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand Euro). We hereby urge you to claim the winning amount quickly as this is amonthly lottery. Failure to claim your prize will result into there version of the fund to our following month draw. You are therefore requested to contact immediately your Claims Agent (Mr. Kelvin Smith) below quoting winning information. Draw date: 19/ 12/ 2007 Winning numbers: 11, 13, 21, 33, 36, 47, (Bonus no.03). To claim your winning fund Please contact Please contact: Mr. Kelvin Smith; Contact Email: email@example.com Tel: +44 701 115 2450. Provide him with the information below: 1.Full Name: 2.Full Address: 3.Marital Status: 4.Occupation: 5.Age: 6.Sex: 7.Nationality: 8.Country Of Residence: 9.Telephone Number: 10. Zip Code: Please indicate your claim method from the below options. *OPTION 1: VISIT REDEMPTION CENTRE FOR PRIZE BREAKDOWN/CLAIM(HEAD OFFICE) IN UK. *OPTION 2: BANK TO BANK WIRED TRANSFER. Yours Truly, Mrs Rose Moore. Co-ordinator(Online Promo Programme).
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