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Dear Customer,

Thank you for your email ... Kindly contact the Lawyer being Barrister Edward Williams as stated, pay him accordingly and comply with all his directives to you so that he shall help you further with the procurement of the needed two funds clearance transfers documents as stated below so that we shall conclude your transfers without any further delay.

1). AFFIDAVIT OF CLAIMS: This has to be sworn at the BRITISH CROWN COURT OF LONDON and proves that your lottery win actually emanated from the Coca-Cola e-Lottery Incorporated.

2). ANTI TERRORISM/DRUG CERTIFICATE: This document also proves that you are the legitimate beneficiary of the lottery prize under Coca-Cola e-Lottery Incorporated and should be sent to this bank prior to the final transfer.

Barrister Edward Williams (Esq), London Crown Court
E-mail: [protected]
Tel: +[protected]

Thank you as you do the needful because the requested documents have to be issued here and not from your country ... Also note that International remittance polices and banking regulations in your country varies from banking regulations in our country, just go ahead and contact this lawyer then pay him accordingly for all further assistance!

Mr. Pete Ferns
(Head of Operations).

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