Freele Douglas

The National Lottery                                                                         November 28th, 2013
P O Box 1010
Liverpool, L70 1N
United Kingdom
All protocols observed. Please accept my apologies for my late response. My Name is Freele Douglas. I work with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). I am a contract staff currently attached to the Verification department of the Camelot Group of the Online National Lottery. This is in view of checking false winning claims and Lottery Scams. Every claimant shall be verified by the FBI and winners must be duly paid. False claimants shall also be duly punished. I received an application letter sent by your Fiduciary agent, Miss. Ann Song for the Claim of your Lottery Winnings. The application is to be verified by the National Lottery. Note that all taxes have been paid by the National Lottery. Please read the extract of our terms and conditions below.
·  In the event that the Company, in its absolute discretion, believes that the Claimant is not lawfully entitled to payment of a Prize or that a Prize has been paid to a Player (including, without limitation, by payment into a Players Account in circumstances where the Company decides, in accordance with Rule 5(D)(3) that the Claimed Play is invalid or defective, it shall be entitled to withhold payment of the Prize or recover or seek to recover a Prize already paid (including, without limitation, where such payment has been made into a Players Account) pending the outcome of all appropriate inquiries. Once the appropriate verifications and inquiries have satisfied the Company, in its absolute discretion, that the Claimant is lawfully entitled to payment of the relevant Prize, it shall credit the amount of such Prize to the Players Account.
· The Player is responsible, where applicable, for claiming a Prize and the protection of the Identification Information that enables the payment of a Prize.
· The Company shall not be responsible or liable to any person claiming a Prize which has been paid to a person who assumed the identity of the holder of the relevant Account and who obtained sufficient information about them to impersonate the rightful holder of that Account.
According to the application submitted by Mr Stephen Webster on your behalf, your claim states your winning details as follows
Ref: UK/9420X2/68
Batch: 074/06/ZY369
Draw Number: 1828
Draw Date: Saturday, 29th June, 2013
Ticket Number: 56475600545 188
Serial Number: 5627635368/10
Lucky Number: 7 13 25 31 34 45 (bonus no.04), 
Amount Won: ?6,053,028 (six Million and fifty-three thousand and twenty-eight British Pounds Sterling).
Please note that this is an online bonus promotion. Your email address was extracted by our computer from one of our advertising websites. We have over 3,000 advertising websites. You did not purchase a ticket. The Ticket was purchased for you by the online department of the National Lottery using your email address. Your email address was attached to ticket number 56475600545 188 On Saturday, 29th June, 2013, six ball sets were used and after the bonus draws, your email address attached to the above ticket number matched the numbers ?6,053,028 (six Million and fifty-three thousand and twenty-eight British Pounds Sterling). According to the current conversion rate, this amount in the United States Dollars is $11,306,515 (Eleven Million, three hundred and six thousand, five hundred and fifteen United States Dollars only).
You were contacted via email as no other contact of yours was in our system as at the time of the draw. Please note that your lucky winning number falls within our European booklet representative office in Spain as indicated in your play coupon.
You are required to:
1. Acknowledge the receipt of this email and confirmation of your claim stated above.
2. Reconfirm your full names and address as this would be used for your payment.
Please allow 24-48 working hours to verify your claim.
Be  further advised to maintain the strictest level of confidentiality until the end of proceedings to circumvent problems associated with fraudulent claims. This is part ofour precautionary measure to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program.

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