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A diamond pendant on a diamante chain A well presented personally addressed letter informs you are holder of a unique $100,000 cash payment number. Read the details carefully and you’ll discover you haven’t actually won $100,000, just the chance to enter a sweepstake to win $100,000 if you send in your details. As an added bonus, send $29.97 and you receive a genuine one point diamond and gold-plated necklace. None of our contributors have told us they have ever won money in the sweepstake and the jewellery they received was junk jewellery. The only thing you can be guaranteed of is receiving more and more of these offers.


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