POWERBALL ONLINE INT’L JACKPOT/ LOTTERY ASSOCIATION ASIA PACIFIC REGIONAL OFFICE BANGKOK THAILAND http://www.powerball.com This is to inform you of the release of the Power ball Online Lottery PRIZE DRAW, held on the 5th of november 2007. Your email was attached to ticket number 085-12876077-09 with serial number 51390-0 that drew the lucky numbers of 03-06-18-10-12-16-27, which consequently won the lottery in the 5th category. You have therefore been approved for a lump sum pay of $2.000, 000.00. (TWO MILLION UNITED STATE DOLLARS ONLY), in cash credited to file with REF: N.EGS/3662367114/13. This is from a total cash prize of 50,020.225.00, shared among the twenty-five international winners in this category. The lucky numbers: CONGRATULATIONS!!! You are required to file a letter of claim to the coordinator for further instructions and directives on how to claim your prize. All participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from 25,000 names, email addresses & official addresses, from Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, North and South America, Middle East and Africa, as part of our International Promotions Program. To begin your lottery claims, Please contact our coordinator as follows, NAME: MR.PARK UCHIDA Powerball Towers,45/4 Silom road, Radjamdamrin ,23002 Bangkok , Thailand TEL: +66873537796 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org NOTE:PLEASE STATE YOUR FULL DETAILS YOUR FULL NAMES: AGE: FULL ADDRESS: OCCUPATION: TELEPHONE NO. MALE OR FEMALE? CONGRATULATIONS!!!! Once again from all members of our staff and thank you for being a part of our International Promotions program. We wish you continued good fortunes. Yours Sincerely, Dr.Tina Akira, President Powerball Online Int’l Jackpot/Lottery Association Asia Pacific Region
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