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Topic # 142675 20-Mar-2014 13:35
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CONGRATULATIONS! YOUR MOBILE NUMBER HAS WON YOU £2,000,000.00 IN THE UK FREELOTTO WITH DRAW NUMBER 1422176/13 TO CLAIM PRIZE EMAIL: claimsprize43claim@gmail.com



I'm just waiting to find out where to send my fee to collect the winnings and then see ya later bitches!

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  Reply # 1009856 20-Mar-2014 13:43
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Some people have all the luck :-(

Well deserved no doubt. Enjoy!!!




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  Reply # 1009857 20-Mar-2014 13:46
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I offer a retrieval service. You need to pay %5 of the winnings to me directly to retrieve it.
*We do not guarantee successful retrieval, And if not no refunds.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1009863 20-Mar-2014 13:59
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TimA: I offer a retrieval service. You need to pay %5 of the winnings to me directly to retrieve it.
*We do not guarantee successful retrieval, And if not no refunds.


Always with the fees!


I've just emailed them to see what form this one takes...

This was was received on my cell phone by the way. First time I've had that happen.



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  Reply # 1009866 20-Mar-2014 14:02
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scuwp: Some people have all the luck :-(

Well deserved no doubt. Enjoy!!!


But in seriousness.... what about that dude that won $200,000,000!

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  Reply # 1009867 20-Mar-2014 14:04
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Unlike Tim, I'm happy to collect for free. Just post your credit card details online here so I can deposit the funds once I collect them.




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  Reply # 1009873 20-Mar-2014 14:13
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Just take one of these...

NeedADebitCard

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  Reply # 1009887 20-Mar-2014 14:30
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sdav: Just take one of these...

NeedADebitCard


Good God, surely noooooooo....



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  Reply # 1009898 20-Mar-2014 14:46
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Haha yup!

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  Reply # 1009995 20-Mar-2014 16:32
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Saw this one over on Trademe the other day:

Good day Beneficiary, 
We have been able to apprehend the officials behind the delay in releasing your Contract/ Inheritance payment. We have been working with special and trained agents around the globe in order to investigate and find out why your payment of $1.5M USD has been placed on hold for several years now. 
Some group of corrupt official working with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) the Federal Ministry of Finance (FMF) in West Africa and major banks in the United Kingdom conspired to rip you off your due payment of $1.5M USD with the Central Bank. We have been able to track down 15 officials that conspired in ripping and serphoning your over due payment to their own personal accounts.. 
The fund will be processed and released to you via Telegraphic wire transfer or via a certified ATM CARD. We urge you to make a choice of payment which you find most convenient and also re- confirm your complete names, address, direct telephone numbers, occupation and a valid ID in order to update your file with the legal processing/payment office. 
Finally, we urge you to stop all communication with whom ever you are dealing with at this point for security reasons. 
Warm regards, 
Special FBI Agent 
Agent Jackson.




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  Reply # 1010008 20-Mar-2014 16:36
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sdav:
scuwp: Some people have all the luck :-(

Well deserved no doubt. Enjoy!!!


But in seriousness.... what about that dude that won $200,000,000!


That's obscene !!!






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Reply # 1010022 20-Mar-2014 16:46
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What will you do about the begging letters - keep on sending 'em out?

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  Reply # 1010036 20-Mar-2014 17:16
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Mauricio won this last week - you're too late ;-)

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  Reply # 1010046 20-Mar-2014 17:58
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DarthKermit: Saw this one over on Trademe the other day:

Good day Beneficiary, 
We have been able to apprehend the officials behind the delay in releasing your Contract/ Inheritance payment. We have been working with special and trained agents around the globe in order to investigate and find out why your payment of $1.5M USD has been placed on hold for several years now. 
Some group of corrupt official working with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) the Federal Ministry of Finance (FMF) in West Africa and major banks in the United Kingdom conspired to rip you off your due payment of $1.5M USD with the Central Bank. We have been able to track down 15 officials that conspired in ripping and serphoning your over due payment to their own personal accounts.. 
The fund will be processed and released to you via Telegraphic wire transfer or via a certified ATM CARD. We urge you to make a choice of payment which you find most convenient and also re- confirm your complete names, address, direct telephone numbers, occupation and a valid ID in order to update your file with the legal processing/payment office. 
Finally, we urge you to stop all communication with whom ever you are dealing with at this point for security reasons. 
Warm regards, 
Special FBI Agent 
Agent Jackson.


I love everything about how that is worded!



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  Reply # 1010049 20-Mar-2014 18:00
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RunningMan: Mauricio won this last week - you're too late ;-)

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=40&topicid=142514


Awww guts - but it's from a different number so I have won too.

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