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Unread postby SlapHappy » Wed Apr 03, 2013 1:40 am

* Etisalat-ng n/a Nigeria

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Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2013 22:32:47 +0900 (KST)
From: =?UTF-8?B?V2lubmluZyBOb3RpZmljYXRpb24=?=<>
Subject: Attn: Email Address Owner.

For your own Benefit and in kind consideration,you are advised to Kindly Keep this notification Confidential until you have processed your claims,this is in order to safeguard and secure your Winnings.

Cresta Finance in conjunction with the British International Electronic Balloting programme wish to inform you that your Email account emerged as one of the winners of our recent promotional Electronic Balloting programme.

[Do kindly note that you were not required to enter into this draw however your Email Adress was selected from over 20,000 South-African Electronic Mail Addresses]

Your Email account was therefore selected under category 2 as a winner of One Million Five Hundred and Thousand British Pounds Sterling Only (£1,500,000.00).

This result is now made available to you and your email address attached to ticket number 27522465896-532 with serial number 652-662 drew lucky number 7-14-18-23-31-45, which consequently won you the 2nd category of this promotion.

For immediate payment processing, kindly provide your details which include;

[1] Full Names.
[2] Physical Address.
[3] Telephone Number.
[4] Age.
[5] Occupation.


Mr.Carl Potter,
Accredited Consultant,
Integrated Electronic Balloting Promotions Regional Office,
United Kingdom.
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