BMW AUTOMOBILE COMPANY AWARD (YES!!!!!)

Allegedly from: some (.br) domain scamming many people

BMW AUTOMOBILE COMPANY AWARD
BMW Headquarters/BMW Lottery Dept
Petuelring 124,
80809 Mьnchen, Germany

Attn. Winner,
This is to inform you that you have been selected for the 1st prize of a brand new 2015 BMW 760Li Sedan Series and $750,000.00 (SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND UNITED STATES DOLLARS) in the recent past world BMW lottery raffle draw held for the 2nd section of 2015 in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

The selection process was carried out through random selection from our computerized email selection system (ESS) from a database of over 2,500,000 email addresses drawn from all the continents of the world which you were selected.
The BMW Lottery is approved by the British Gaming Board(BGB) and also Licensed by the International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR).

Contact our prize redemption department below with the following details for your cliams.

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1. Name in full.(as displayed on your international passport/ID) 2. Address.
3. Nationality.
4. Age.
5. Occupation.
6. Phone/Fax.(valid)
7. Country.
8. pin code Number BMW:2551256003/99.
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Officer In Charge : Mrs Stephiny Komla
Email: somescammer at yahoo.com
Phone no :+16614868341


N/B :YOUR PIN CODE SERVES AS YOUR REFFERENCE NO IN REDEEMING YOUR PRICE :



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