I am a mllionaire

#1
These nice people have just told me that if I send them £10 I will be rich beoyond my wildest dreams, as I have just won the Australian lottery, which is strange as it one part of the world I never bothered to visit
 

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#3
May I suggest using a slightly darker pen next time you try to censor your name Mr Paterson?

Doh! Beaten to it.
 
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Ravers said:
May I suggest using a slightly darker pen next time you try to censor your name Mr Paterson?
AS I have posted pages from my passport on here I thought you all knew my name and its not the one on the letter its Jim
 
#9
So you aren't a millionaire you've just recieved an invite to play a game.

My nipper asked me to play connect four last night, but I won't start a thread about it........ besides it ended in tears, I hate losing and back handed her.
 
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tropper66 said:
Ravers said:
May I suggest using a slightly darker pen next time you try to censor your name Mr Paterson?
AS I have posted pages from my passport on here I thought you all knew my name and its not the one on the letter its Jim
aka Peter Paterson
 
#12
When you magnify the small print on the back , by about times 50,all you are realy doing is buying a lottery ticket for a tenner each.
 
#17
vvaannmmaann said:
It makes a change from "Mr Tom Champagne"
The difference is Tom Champagne IS a real person. His mother used to live in the same village as my parents.
 
#18
Tom Champagne was fictious. iirc the name "given" to the software Reader's Digest used to 'preselect' winners.. ie "you have passed stage 1 - being on our mailing list".

Source. "Funs" and SSADM courses, 1990/91. Cant remember the name of the AA RTA software, nor the TVLA licensing system. Vaguely remember the story behind INGRES.

Yes, I am aware of what RD put on their website *now*. And maybe they really do/did have someone with that name.

<crawls back under anorak>
 
#19
I won the Euro lottery the other week. 2 quid 80p. f ucks sake.
 

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