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Subject:  Internet Emails Award Call Your Claims Agent (Mr Luis Johnson)
From:  "SWISSLOTTO@ONLINEGAMES.ORG" <swisslotto2@aim.com>
Date:  Thu, 06 Mar 2008 09:18:25 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "Internet Emails Award Call Your Claims Agent (Mr Luis Johnson)" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Thu, 06 Mar 2008 09:18:25 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "SWISSLOTTO@ONLINEGAMES.ORG" <swisslotto2@aim.com>, although it may have been spoofed.


SWISS-LOTTO NETHERLANDS
Palistrinalaan 44, 8011vn,
Zwolle Netherlands
https://www.swisslotto.ch

           !!!CONGRATULATION YOU ARE A WINNER!!!.

     The Board of Directors, members of staff and the International Promotion 
Department of the SWISS-LOTTO Satellite lottery, Netherlands, wishes to 
congratulate you on your success as the STAR PRIZE WINNER in this years' SWISS-
LOTTO Satellite lottery Netherlands International Promotion (SLP) .The late 
notice was due to mix up email addresses, no tickets were sold, and you were 
randomly selected as a winner.

This comes with a prize of Seven Hundred and Fifty Thousand Euro (€750,000) 
Euros in the SWISS-LOTTO Satellite Software email lottery in which e-mail 
addresses are picked randomly by Software powered by the Internet through the 
worldwide website. 

Your email address was amongst those chosen this year for the SWISS-LOTTO 
Satellite lottery. And this promotion is proudly sponsored by the SWISS-LOTTO 
NETHERLANDS organization. The selection process was carried out through random 
selection in our Computerized Email Selection System (C.E.S.S.) from a database 
of over a million email addresses from the World Wide Web. Each email address 
was attached to a ticket number and your email address with ticket number: 
KY/098/HG/7BN was randomly selected as the star prize winner amongst other 
consolation prize winners.

Your email address, attached to Ref number 18, 43, 5, 7, 14, 17 with Serial 
number SLN/2378-32  drew the lucky Numbers 56, and consequently won the lottery 
in the "A" Category. You have therefore been approved for a lump sum pay out of 
€ 750,000 Euros.( Seven Hundred and Fifty Thousand Euros).

Please note that your lucky winning number falls within our European Booklet 
representative office in Europe as indicated in your play coupon. In View of 
this, your € 750,000 Euros will be released to you by our accredited claims 
agent located in Europe. Our European agent will immediately commence the 
process to facilitate the release of your winning funds as soon as you contact 
them.

To file for your claim, kindly fill the verification form below and send it to 
the accredited Claims Manager, Mr. Luis Johnson of the claims department 
through email, stating your receipt of this notification. He has been mandated 
to offer you assistance and facilitate the urgent delivery of your prizes.

Provide our/your accredited claims agent with the information as stated below:

Mr.  Luis  Johnson
Tel: +31619705470
Fax:+31847597673
Email: fudiciaryagent@mixmail.com

VERIFICATION FORM:

1.) FULL NAME: 
2.) AGE: 
3.) SEX: 
4.) MARITAL STATUS:
5.)  ADDRESS: 
6.) DRAW NUMBER ABOVE: 
7.) OCCUPATION: 
8.) COUNTRY OF RESIDENT:
9.)  NATIONALITY: 
10.) PHONE:
11.) FAX NUMBER:  

Thanks for been part of this promotional award programm.We wish you the best of 
lucky as you spend your good fortune.
 
Sincerely, 
Hans William
SWISS-LOTTO NETHERLANDS.
Palistrinalaan 44, 8011vn,
Zwolle Netherlands
https://www.swisslotto.ch
 
N.B: Keep all lotto information from public to avoid double claims, as any 
breach of confidentiality on the part of the winners will result to 
disqualification.

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