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From: “Red Bull international lottery” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 17. Mai 2013 02:19:57 MESZ
Subject:*** Spam *** lottery draw promo
This is to notify you of the Red Bull international lottery draw promo
held here in London and you have been awarded the sum of £3, 000.000.00
(Three million Pounds) by the committee set up by the lottery Board, and
consequently you won the lottery through a computer ballot system and your
email address was gotten through United Kingdom Information Network
Online(U.K.I.N.O) which is affiliated with the internet. To begin your
claim process, please contact your claims manager with details below
Mr. Jack Jordan
Claims Verification Department
Tel: +4470457 36923