Content-Type: text/html Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit 6 DICE LOTTERY UK 30 Leicester Square City, London WC2H 7LA UNITED KINGDOM Dear Winner, We are pleased to announce you as one of the 3 lucky winners in the 6 DICE LOTTERY UK draw held on 12th of January 2008. All 3 winning addresses were randomly selected from a batch of 5,000,000 international emails. Your email address emerged alongside 2 others as a 3rd category winner in this month's draw. Consequently,you have therefore been approved for a total pay out of £2,000,000 Pounds (Two million pounds) only. The following particulars are attached to your lotto payment order: (i) Winning numbers: 6,21,10,41,27,19 (ii) Serial number:3-21-5 (iii) Lotto batch number: SDL-371 (iv) Reference number: OFS-358-1 Please contact the under listed claims officer as soon as possible for the immediate release of your winnings: John Edwards Claims Department Manager Olivet Financial Services Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel:+44 70457 12473 Tel:+44 70457 51687 Fax:+44 70060 70846 Fax:+44 70059 47103 Due to mix up of some numbers and names, we ask that you keep your Winning information confidential until your claim have been processed. This is part of our security protocol to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program by some participant. Once again on behalf of all our staff, CONGRATULATIONS!!! Sincerely, Peter Dickson Promotions Manager N.B: 1.All claims are nullified after 10 working days from today. 2.Your Ref number must be in all your mails with the claims officer. 3.Do inform the claims officer of any change of names or addresses. 4.All winners under the age of 18 are automatically disqualified. 5.Please contact your claims agent by fax or email (John Edwards).
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