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Chester Hoffman - Facebook Lottery -

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to: Recipients <>
date: Jul 19, 2023, 9:19 AM
subject: claim your winnings before deadline.

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Dear Respected friend,

We want to inform you that Your facebook account has been selected as
one of the lucky winners of One Million US dollars, $US 1,000,000
from the 2023 facebook users promotion award sponsored by facebook CEO
Mr Mark Zuckerberg,
but the amount of money that was awarded to you is still tagged
unclaimed and we advice you to contact the
award office now to claim your gift before deadline.

The news of this award can be found in the abc News and some local
News papers in US.
We contacted you here because this is the email you registered with facebook.

To receive your award, you must reply to this email and send the
following information before claims deadline:

1. Your Full name 2. address/country: 3. Phone: 4. Sex :5. Age :6. Profession.

You should send the above information to Chester Hoffman" through the
below email address:

Once we receive your claims details, your award will be processed and
your money will be remitted to you.


Chester Hoffman,
operating officer,
Palo Alto, US.

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