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Sent: Wednesday, May 20, 2009 1:46:40 PM
The Westcliff Casino Inc.
Westcliff-on-Sea, England SS0 7QY
Website - www.westcliffcasino.co.uk
CASINO ANNIVERSARY VERIFICATION PROCESSING
Compliments of the day to you and I hope all is fine with you and your entire family. I’ve received your Winning Data's with your winning email address which was clearly noted from the Westcliff Casino Anniversary Draw program; I wish to congratulate you on behalf of our staffs, In order to ensure you receiving updates of your winning claims prize amount we have to verified the details of your winnings as the leading provider and encoding your Winning Email Numbers to enable you gain access in receiving your prize amount which has to be accredited & authenticated by British Gambling Union in conjunction with Government, you must be of legal age; Please take note of that and there are no citizenship requirements before you can claim your winning cash prize.
Prior to your response; you were informed in the notification email sent to you as a draw winner of the anniversary, that your email address were been selected from the online anniversary promo as a result of an email jackpot ballot conducted from individuals and co-operate bodies, picked by an advanced automated random computer search from the internet. After the computer jackpot (Drawing Info), your Email Address was picked as the approved to receive a Special Prize Offer of $1, 000, 000 USD (One Million United State Dollars) from the Westcliff Casino Anniversary Program.
Before we can start the processing of your winning prize pay-out approval, I we like to ask you if you prefer to come over to our office here in (England) to claim your prize funds personally or Not? But whereby you cannot comeover to our office, you will then need the service of an accredited attorney, who will assist you to claim the winning funds, by getting the Approval Confirmation claims document from our office here in United Kingdom with your winning data's as stated:
*BATCH No.: 2009MUSL-LA/3
*SERIAL No.: S/N-QRH34/7658
*REF No.: WCFF/ML-26922
*Winning Email Numbers: [protected] PlayBall 36.
While awaiting to hear your further correspondence and to enable us continue with the next level of your payment approval, I will also like you to confirm your personal details/identities for validation/verifications process before the claims can be Completed and as soon as your confirmation are granted & approval, a certified cheque of $1, 000, 000 US Dollar will be issued in your "NAME" and send to you through Mail Post service or Bank wire transfer, that is after the processing has be done & approved. Then it will be ready for disbursement in the next two (2) working business days precisely before the claim details of the funds will be giving to you through this email.
In other to proceed with the Approved Confirmation of the claims funds, I will have to list below the Data's which you are to send back to us for confirmation of your personal identities.
Confirmation of Personal Data:
Telephone / Fax No.:
Winning Email Address: email@example.com
Winning PlayBall Numbers: [protected] PlayBall 36
Please ensure you send the confirmation of your data's to us within the next 48hrs, also I would keep you informed on the next step to take if you cannot come over to our office in claim your cash prize. Certainly you should know that the official Winning Playball Numbers & Winning email are recorded in our official files by the independent accounting firm and you are to keep it away from the general public, especially the Reference, Batch & Serial Numbers. (This is important as a case of double claims will not be entertained).
Once again I hereby congratulate you on behalf of all the staff of the Westcliff Casino Inc.
Thank you and have a blessed day.
Mr. Philip Stone.
(Chief Security Officer),
For: Westcliff Casino Inc.
Copyright© Westcliff Casino Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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