From: "EURO MILLIONES LOTTERY BOARD" email@example.com
Subject: SPECIAL NOTIFICATION
EURO MILLIONES LOTTERY BOARD.
REF. NUMBER: ANS/WIN/E-lotto:10
BATCH NUMBER: BTH/2010/30231
Dear Email Client,
This is to notify you that your email address shown above has won the annual EASTER BONANZA Bonanza conducted by the EURO
MILLIONES LOTTERY Online Computer ballot draws that was hosted in Madrid Spain. You have been
awarded the prize of €815,000 (EIGHT HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN THOUSAND EUROS) with the Winning information listed above.
If you are the accredited owner of this email address firstname.lastname@example.org, please contact the appointed agent company (ALLIANCE MUTUAL INSURANCE DE ESPAÑA) with the below requirements including the winning datas above.
1) Full Name:
6) REFERENCE NUMBER:
7) Telephone Number:
8) Mobile Number:
9) Fax Number:
ALLIANCE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY (Claims Company).
Mr. Pablo Fontana
All information will be strictly verified by your Agent before payment will be carried out.
Congratulations once again from our Board of Directors.
Mrs Marto Sanchez. (Secretary)
Euro Million Board.
***********This message is intended only for the address shown, all messages distributed via the EURO LOTTERY COMMISSION email system are the property of the EURO MILLIONES LOTTERY BOARD. If you are not the intended recipient please ignore.**********
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