Re-Congratulations!!

Allegedly from: Catherine

Congratulation,

My wife and I won the Euro Millions Lottery of 41 Million British Pounds and we have decided to donate 1.5 million British Pounds to 10 individuals worldwide as our own charity project. To verify, please see our interview by visiting the web page below.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2091124/EuroMillions-winners-Gareth-Catherine-Bull-scoop-41MILLION-lotto-jackpot.html

Your email address was among the emails which were submitted to us by the Google, Inc as a web user; if you have received our email please, kindly send us the below details so that we can issue you a valid bank cheque for 1,500,000.00 pounds in your name or direct our bank to effect the transfer of the funds to your operational bank account in your country.

[1] Full Names:
[2] Contact Address:
[3] Country :
[4] Direct Mobile No:
[5] Occupation :
[6] Sex/Age :
[7] Marital Status :
[8] Driver's License/Passport :


Send your response to this Email: invoicing at ariessmar 
 

Best Regards,

Gareth & Catherine Bull.

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