BMW LOTTERY DEPARTMENT UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Allegedly from: Mrs.Danielle Tiemie (BMW)

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BMW LOTTERY DEPARTMENT
5070 WILSHIRE BLVD
LOS ANGELES. CA 90036
NEIGHORHOOD: MID WILSHIRE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.


Dear Winner,

This is to inform you that you have been selected for a prize of a brand new 2019 BMW 8 Series Car and a Check of $5.500,000.00USD from the International balloting programs held on the 1st section
2019 in UNITED STATE OF AMERICA.

The selection process was carried out through random selection in our computerized email selection system (ESS) from a database of over 250,000 email addresses drawn from all the continents of the world which you were selected.

The BMW Lottery is approved by the British Gaming Board and also Licensed by the International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR). To begin the processing of your prize you are to contact our fiduciary claims department for more information as regards procedures to the claim of your prize.

Fiduciary Agent: Mr.John Oliver
Contact Email:john--------@yah--.com

Contact him by providing him with your secret pin code Number BMW:245412560074/25. You are also advised to provide him with the under listed information as soon as possible:

1. Name In Full :
2. Residential Address :
3. Nationality :
4. Age :
5. Occupation :
6. Direct Phone :
7. Present Country :
8. Email address :
9. pin code Number245412546004/25

Mrs.Danielle Tiemie.
THE DIRECTOR PROMOTIONS
BMW LOTTERY DEPARTMENT

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