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Alabama woman claims $80 million Powerball jackpot
WTG, I guess I'll keep going to Delaware for PB and MM, not just anonymous but maybe get some out of state luck. A quick check on Google maps shows 2 lotto stores a stone's throw from the border, wonder if she also bought tix at Yes Lotto, just across the road and slightly closer to the border !
Apr 23, 2015, 11:52 am - haymaker - Lottery News forum

Bill would allow N.C. lottery winners to remain anonymous
Bad idea I want to know real people have won and not just some anonymous person. It could be anybody who won, but to make sure there is no fraud we need to know their names and see their faces. We dont need addresses or anything like that. I mean how do we know it's not lottery officials or their families who are winning all these prizes if it's anonymous? If you make it anonymous all we have is their word that they or their families are not winning and or even playing. Nah keep it public there ...
Apr 12, 2015, 11:06 am - Shelby Mustang - Lottery News forum

States that offer winners the choice of anonymity
Puerto Rico is not a state but the identity of the winner is anonymous. The only way someone can find your identity is if you tell them.
Apr 7, 2015, 1:18 pm - nina09 - Lottery Discussion forum

States that offer winners the choice of anonymity
IF I WIN THE JACKPOT, DO I HAVE THE OPTION OF REMAINING ANONYMOUS? Jackpot winners are given the option of participating in a press conference. Many of our past jackpot winners have enjoyed this opportunity, and it usually eliminates receiving multiple calls from the media. The Arizona Lottery is required to release the winner s name, city of residence, game, and amount won upon request, so total anonymity is not possible. We ask each winner, no matter the amount, for a quote about t ...
Apr 7, 2015, 6:36 am - myturn - Lottery Discussion forum

Is owning an island on anyone's wish list
I think Teddi makes the perfect case for NOT wanting to get an Island should one win a major jackpot. The last thing you would want is the Papparazzi hanging out in boats hundreds of yards off shore with their telescopic lenses trained on the size of your gut or reporting back on what you did or did not do now that you a winner. It also helps to remain anonymous instead of getting your name in the news over an Island purchase. In a word: No Thanks.
Apr 7, 2015, 12:18 am - noise-gate - Lottery Discussion forum

UK couple tell of £53 million EuroMillions win
This comment at the end of the Guardian's article is crazy. This is why so many do remain anonymous, who needs that kind of nonsense? When one wins a lottery in which so many invested and won nothing, these kinds of jealous statements are going to be made.
Apr 6, 2015, 9:11 pm - RJOh - Lottery News forum

States that offer winners the choice of anonymity
If you live in a state that doesn't allow winners to remain anonymous, write to your local politicians. It is not about secrecy, it is about safety and security. It is very dangerous for winners to have their identities published. It puts enormous pressure on them from family members. It also encourages conmen to come out of the woodwork.
Apr 6, 2015, 9:15 am - myturn - Lottery Discussion forum

I think they go public because Camelot the lottery operator in UK give them some benefit by going public that the other winners who stay anonymous won't get..I personally would never ever go public :-)
Apr 5, 2015, 10:27 am - Jordi88 - Lottery Discussion forum

UK couple tell of £53 million EuroMillions win
You have listed the + 50m Jackpot winners. There was also a young couple in there mid twenties who went public. I personally think going public will give you some benefits from Camelot eg. financial advise that the others who remain anonymous won't get ... And yes it's odd that Camelot is owned by a Canadian pension fund :-)
Apr 5, 2015, 10:21 am - Jordi88 - Lottery News forum

UK couple tell of £53 million EuroMillions win
Most UK lottery winners choose to remain anonymous. Top UK jackpot winners 161,653,000 - Colin and Chris Weir from Scotland in 2011 148,656,000 - Gillian and Adrian Bayford from Suffolk in 2012 113,019,926 - anonymous, 2010 107,932,603.20 - Neil Trotter from Surrey in 2014 101,203,600.70 -Dave and Angela Dawes, Cambridgeshire in 2011 84,451,320.60 - anonymous, 2010 81,381,673.30 - anonymous, 2013 73,205,659.50 - anonymous, 201 ...
Apr 5, 2015, 7:26 am - myturn - Lottery News forum

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