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Fwd: Your postcode was selected to receive Boots prizes




Begin forwarded message:

From: Boots <cadence@gast35.civiliading.com>
Date: 20 June 2016 at 21:48:29 BST
To: Joli@aol.com
Subject: Your postcode was selected to receive Boots prizes
Reply-To: Boots <cadence@gast35.civiliading.com>
Reply-To: cadence@gast35.civiliading.com

Speel mee met Media Markt Bingo voor een van onze vele prijzen!
 
Hello Joli,
The expensive month of December is coming again. Therefore, we have a special promotion for our Boots customers! Every week, we are selecting 100 happy clients to win one of our prizes!
Participate now and save tons to selected items at Boots!
Boots Products
This week its your turn!
Your postcode was selected for the week with 9 other postcodes.

Your postcode

You and (5) Individuals were selected
Participate now and take the chance on our exciting prizes
Click Here

PO30 NEWPORT

(12) Individuals were selected

PH37 GLENFINNAN

(11) Individuals were selected

PE36 HUNSTANTON

(6) Individuals were selected

KW13 FORSINARD

(10) Individuals were selected

DD11 ARBROATH

(13) Individuals were selected

CH5 DEESIDE

(10) Individuals were selected

BT41 ANTRIM

(12) Individuals were selected

SG17 SHEFFORD

(10) Individuals were selected

WA7 RUNCORN

(10) Individuals were selected

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