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Customer Service
28 Shefield ROAD,
Ref: BTX/4117XI/04
Batch: 11/25/0304


We happily announce to you the draw (#471) of the BRITISH NATIONAL LOTTERY, online Sweepstakes International program held on December 2011.Your e-mail address attached to ticket number: [protected] with Serial number 5368/02 drew the lucky numbers: [protected] (bonus no.), which subsequently won you the lottery in the 2nd category i.e. match 5 plus bonus. You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of GBP 5, 000, 000.00 (Five Million pounds sterling) in cash credited to file BXU/[protected]/011.This is from a total cash prize of GBP 20, 000, 000 shared amongst the first four (4) lucky winners in this category i.e. Match 5 plus bonus. All participants for the online version were selected randomly from World Wide Web sites through computer draw system and extracted from over 100, 000 unions, associations, and corporate bodies that are listed online. This promotion takes place weekly until the end of the year.
Please note that your lucky winning number falls within our European booklet representative office in Europe as indicated in your play coupon.([protected]) In view of this, your GBP 5, 000, 000.00 (Five Million pounds sterling) would be released to you by any of our payment offices in Europe.
To file for your claim, please contact our fiduciary agent and provide him with the information below by fax: +[protected].
1. Name:
2. Address:
3. Marital Status:
4. Occupation:
5. Age:
6. Sex:
7. Nationality:
8. Country of Residence:
9. Telephone Number:
10. Fax Number:
11. Draw Number above:
Mr. Christopher Richard Hubert

Fax: +[protected]
CONGRATULATIONS from me and members of staff of the NATIONAL LOTTERY.
Yours faithfully,
Lime Robert.
Online coordinator for THE NATIONAL LOTTERY Sweepstakes International Program
J.Lisa Elizabeth
You Must Be 16 and Above Before you can Play or Claim A Prize
this is wat peaople do to try and scam us annoying emails beware.

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      3rd of Nov, 2008

    BRITISH NATIONAL LOTTERY HEADQUARTERS:28 TAN FIELD ROAD, CROYDON, LONDON.CUSTOMER SERVICERef: UK/940X2/68 Dear Winner, We are pleased to inform you of the final announcement of theUK National Lottery Online Promo Programme held on the 31st October 2008.The draw was done electronically with several email addresses provided tothis office by microsoft to enhance the utilization of the internet.Your email address was attached to Reference Number UK/940X2/68 and waspicked as one of the ten winning email addresses.This has qualified you to claim the total cash prize Of £753, 437 in cashcredited to file KTU/9023118308/03. This is from a total cash prize of £7, 534, 370.00 shared amongst the first ten (10) lucky winners in thiscategory B. Your winnings will be issued to you as soon as our claims departmentverify your winning after you might have filled thepayment processing form below. Payment Processing Form for filing of claims.1.Name in full.2.Address in full.3.Age.4.Phone No.5.Occupation6.Winning Email Address Assigned Claims Agent: Harley WhiteEmail;[protected]@hotmail.comPhone; +447024053749, +447024072910Congratulations once more from all our members of Staff.Yours SincerelySteven Green(Online Promo Co-ordinator)


    Dear Harley

    I also forgot to ask would you like my bank details so that you are then able to wire the money directly into my account, but of course I understand that you would more than likely have to do the transfer via a bank of your own first, due to some set procedure?? Or ideally would you prefer a wire cash payment from myself to cover the costs for the courier service that you would have to undertake to deliver such a cheque etc.. Well no doubt you will be requiring some kind of information or details as I am sure that you will no doubt at some point attempt to somehow extract cash from me. I was waiting for your reply after receiving your delightful email, and thought we could play along with each other - but how that dissapointing I didn't receive anything back- as of yet !!! However I do have a tendency to be rather impatient, which is why I guess I am chasing you.

    You really should endeavour to make this email you send out more believeable, but at the same time I am sure there are alot of desperate people out there who see this as a glimpse of hope, and are more than happy to believe it as they see it as a light at the end of the tunnel in some cases, whereas for others it is like a god-send - if -as they must always question themselves... it isn't a Scam!!! But on this point I guess people like yourselves feel no remorse, no guilt in taking from others, for what they have actually worked for. Taking from some maybe who may see what you are offering as a means to an end. For some it maybe a bonus and it didnt really matter in the first place, as you cannot miss what you never have. But the worst is the ones that this may have really meant something to. Even if you are unable to extract anything from there, it is just the realisation for them that ' ###, I got done over 'etc... and the light they were glancing up at totally fades out, and they lose the last little piece of faith they did have.

    You may not think it important, but I have seen, I have known through work experience, through life experience the impact, that such so called little scams have on other people. Although I may not have been affected myself and it may not directly impact me, it does bother me the effect it has on other people who do fall for your dirty, greedy, tricks, and how you choose to prey on people in order to meet your greedy little, if not big needs, more than likely wants and desires rather than actual day to day needs. So I will just say you should truly be careful what you do in life, every action has a consequence. You do truly reep what you sow, so if your conscience is light and unaffected, give it time, maybe a year, maybe more, but what you do to others will be done unto you. Im not a God fearing person but I do believe in God, I believe in faith and I believe in Karma and I believe that very anti- greedy rip-off merchants, especially taking from those where even a couple of pounds may make a difference in their day to day living, and believe me it does, will suffer the consequence of their actions. It is evil to give a person a glimmer of hope and then to shaater it and take it away. You may be able to justify it in your own head, but then it goes to show how small minded and selfish you really are. There are ways to make money - and I believe this is not one of them.

    If you feel I am lecturing then well - you are right as this is exactly what I am doing. I hope you and your team - as no doubt there would be a few of you, do feel the rewards of the money if you do make any, and believe me the taste will not be sweet. In fact I am sure, due to the way you have got the money, you will realise just how unhappy money can make you, as and if you continue this way.

    My kindest regards


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