Dear Sir/Madam, we are pleased to inform you of the result of the Queens land lottery International programs held recently in LONDON on the 3TH OF April 2008. Your e-mail address attached to ticket number 60852565206-387 with serial number 6762-74 drew lucky numbers 2-5-27-82-45-34 which consequently won in the 1st category, you have therefore been approved for a lump sum pay out of US$1,000,000. (One Million Dollars)CONGRATULATIONS!!! Due to mix up of some numbers and names, we ask that you keep your winning information confidential until your claims have been processed and your money remitted into your account. This is part of our security protocol to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program by some participants all participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from over 100,000 company and 50,000,000 individual email addresses and names from all over the world. This promotional program takes place every year. We hope with part of your winning you wil l take part in our end of year 50 million Dollars international lottery. To file for your claim, please contact our fiduciary agent in the UK. Name-David Best Email- email@example.com Remember, all winning must be claimed not later than two weeks from the date of receving this mail. After this date all unclaimed funds will be included in the next stake Please note in order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications please remember to quote your reference number and batch numbers in all correspondence. Furthermore, should there be any change of address do inform our agent as soon as possible. Congratulations once more! from our members of staff and thank you for being part of our promotional program. Note: Anybody under the age of 18 is automatically disqualified. Sincerely yours, JOHN PAUL (Lottery Co-cordinator)
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