RCG wishes to notify you that your email account has been picked as a prizewinner in the results of the Royal Crown Gold Email Program held in Coppull, Chorley - United Kingdom on Saturday 24th November, 2012.
Ref. Number: 0SL35PT/NOVLB-3CW7
Batch Number: NN8EXAVR
Amount Won: 552,970.00 Pounds Sterling
Reference Numbers which include a “LB” emerged from the online category where all participants were selected randomly from the world wide web through a computer balloting system drawn from an over 10,000,000 mail database, unions, associations and corporate bodies listed online. All participating emails were picked out from World Wide Web on a random basis.
Here is what some of our latest title-holders had to say;
Terrence A. - 528,017.91 Pounds Sterling
“This has been a dream come true, and will allow me to pay off my debts and make an invaluable contribution to my children’s education. This has been a truly wonderful life changing experience.”
Joanne R. - 458,175.38 Pounds Sterling
“My dream of owning a business is becoming a reality! At first I thought it was a joke or something, but after I received the funds I was very happy. Thanks a lot for the quick pay out.”
Where to Collect:
Payout at Royal Crown Group UK Collection Center located at:
56 Park Road, Coppull, Chorley PR7 5AH, United Kingdom
Monday to Saturday, 8.00am to 4.30pm (excluding Public Holidays).
Please provide the documents given below at the collection counter:
* A print-out of the alert message received via email
* Signature identification such as a Drivers License or Passport
* Full Names:
* Best Time to Call You:
This program was held in conjunction with major email providers in over 120 countries worldwide.
Call the Royal Crown Group Collection Centre on +44 (0) 844 665 1336 for assistance.
NOTE: You are to contact your collections representative immediately using the email and phone number provided above.
Copyright © 2012 Royal Crown Group UK. All Rights Reserved.
Interesting, the Royal Crown Group UK:
A) seem to be operating a home business, according to Google Maps; and
B) Don’t actually exist, as the only Royal Crown Groups I could find were an Australian property group and an American transport company.