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The "Euromillions E-Mail Random Computer Balloting System Selection" Lotto Scam
From: "EuroMillions" - email@example.com
Date: May 5, 2019 at 12:47:21 PM MST
Hurray! You are a winner! Congratulation Winner!
First ever EuroMillions e-Mail random computer balloting system selection.
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