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Cheque out Eldorado

The lucky winner of the Scottish Equitable Employee Benefits Eldorado contest,

PIFC senior healthcare consultant was James Clarke, pictured above in King William Street, City of London, receiving his £1,000 prize from SEEB marketing manager Alison Ritchie.

Note the wipe-clean cheque.

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