Mark Terry / Euro Millions InternationalMoney scam in the name of winning lottery

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Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2007 6:40:02 -0700
From: "EUROPE MILLION INTERNATIONAL LOTTERY" <[protected]@adelphia.net> View Contact Details Add Mobile Alert
Subject: REF: OYL /[protected]/02 BATCH: 24/00319/IPD

EURO MILLIONS INTERNATIONAL
175 WOODHILL ROAD, BULKYARD, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
THE AWARD DEPARTMENT.
REF: OYL /[protected]/02
BATCH: 24/00319/IPD
Your ticket number: [protected] with Serial number 5368/05 drew
the lucky number: 29

Dear winner,

Congratulations, you have just won yourself £1.5million in the
satellite software email lottery conducted by EURO MILLIONS
ORGANIZATION.

OFFICE AGENT: Mr Mark Terry
Email:[protected]@yahoo.co.uk

you are to forward the following details below to us for your claims
1. Full Names: ____________________
2. Address: _______________________
3. Age:___________________________
4. Sex: ___________________________
5. Occupation: _____________________
6. Phone numbers: __________________
7. Country: ________________________
8.Mode Of Payment (A)Courier Delivery (B)Bank Wire Transfer

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