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#187877 by Faizan Docherty Sun Jan 19, 2014 1:37 am
From: Lotto 24 International. [mailto:agent1@lotto24.co.uk]
Sent: 16 January 2014 13:19
Subject: Your Winning Prize...Congratulations!!!

Dear Winner,


RE: Winning Notification


This is to notify you that you have won (Ј1950,000.00 GBP) ONE MILLION, NINE
HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND BRITISH POUND STERLING).
In our online email lottery in which e-mail addresses are picked randomly by
computerized balloting powered by the Internet. Your email address was
amongst those chosen for this period.


Ticket no: 2752246896 177
Serial no: 652-662/08
Winning number: 08.11.21.32.35.42. {47}
Draw (040SB06-03)
Reference Number: IPL/4249859609/WP1.


To claim your prize fill the below form, CLAIMS VERIFICATION DATA FORM:


YOUR FULL NAME: ...................................................
YOUR SEX:..........................................................
YOUR ADDRESS:......................................................
YOUR COUNTRY:......................................................
YOUR FAX:..........................................................
YOUR PHONE NUMBER:.................................................
YOUR OCCUPATION:...................................................
POSITION:..........................................................
YOUR COMPANY'S NAME:...............................................
YOUR AGE:..........................................................
YOUR REF NUMBER:...................................................
PREFERRED METHOD OF `WINNINGS PAYMENT(CHEQUE BY COURIER OR BANK
TRANSFER):.........................................................


REPLY TO THIS PRIVATE EMAIL: fiduciary_agent2@aol.co.uk


Mr.Brian Adams
Fiduciary Agent.

Please DO NOT tell a scammer that he has been posted here!

If you wish you can email me at
faizandocherty@scamwarners.com

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#196674 by Lotto24 ApS Mon Apr 07, 2014 11:22 am
Thanks for posting this e-mail (scam).

Lotto24 ApS is working hard on stopping scammers like the above mentioned, so they in the future are unable to use our company name.

We are sorry if you have received any of these e-mails and urge you to contact our Customer Service at: support.lotto24.co.uk, if you have any questions or need help of any kind.

Thanks and have a great day.
Martin M. Mikkelsen - Customers Service Manager @ Lotto24.co.uk

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