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Massachusetts man claims $15 million scratch-off prize
The Massachusetts Lottery should allow winners to remain anonymous.
Yesterday, 6:56 am - myturn - Lottery News forum

Bill would allow N.C. lottery winners to remain anonymous
It's a very good idea to have the option to remain anonymous. When I win the big $$ I'm going to do everything I can do protect my privacy. No reporters, no cameras, no interviews. All communication will be done via my attorney. The Internet can provide too much information about a winner and his/her family. Safety is paramount with big wins.
Mar 4, 2015, 11:47 pm - Suzy-Dittlenose - Lottery News forum

Bill would allow N.C. lottery winners to remain anonymous
I have to give two thumbs up for NC As for the poor excuses to not have anonymity for lottery claims, that is just inhumane. I am a huge critic of the lottery, and I support anonymous lottery claims. Even for people in states that win more often then any others.
Mar 4, 2015, 8:01 pm - pickone4me - Lottery News forum

Bill would allow N.C. lottery winners to remain anonymous
If they go anonymous I hope they are not as schizophrenic as Michigan. Until 1988 Michigan lottery prizes were not taxed on Michigan income taxes and you were NOT allowed to remain anonymous. In 1988 the state income tax applied to the prizes and you were then allowed to remain anonymous on prizes over $10,000. That was until we got the Multi State games. In Michigan you are not allowed to remain anonymous if you claim a Multi State Game Prize even though all the lower tier prizes are fund ...
Mar 4, 2015, 7:21 pm - Think - Lottery News forum

Bill would allow N.C. lottery winners to remain anonymous
Wished my state was Anonymous ........... And it should be up to each individual person who wants to be anonymous or public ......
Mar 4, 2015, 4:11 pm - brees2012 - Lottery News forum

Bill would allow N.C. lottery winners to remain anonymous
States as New York, Florida and California would never risk losing a penny of the huge revenues the lottery contributes to the state coffers by implementing such a measure. It might make the smaller states more attractive to play in. States as Delaware rarely produce winners so the public won't be slapped in the face with anonymous winner.... anonymous winner. We all witnessed the extent to which lottery staff went to when they partnered with the media to expose Gloria when she won that huge ...
Mar 4, 2015, 2:46 pm - Original Bey - Lottery News forum

Bill would allow N.C. lottery winners to remain anonymous
From the OP: Lottery officials don't think the bill would be good policy and have decided to oppose it, said Van Denton, a spokesman for the N.C. Education Lottery. He said the lottery's credibility could be undermined if winners' identities are concealed. The idea that government works best when it is transparent holds true with the lottery, Denton said. The states that do allow winners to remain anonymous don't have any problems with it.
Mar 4, 2015, 11:53 am - Coin Toss - Lottery News forum

5 Star Rating System
Dead_Aim, Maybe anonymous ratings are a good idea, I'm not sure though. As is right now, and not just predictions but threads in general, there is a small contingent of people that give nothing but 1 star ratings for spite and no other reason. Most of the people who do this have themselves never started a thread and that speaks volumes. They don't even get as far as content but stalk certain posters, see the name as starting a thread, and 1 star is given. Sad really, if that's all a ...
Mar 2, 2015, 8:17 pm - Coin Toss - Lottery Discussion forum

It's time the lottery needs to stop releasing a person name and picture when a big win is won!
If he had been allowed to remain anonymous, she would've never known who he was, thus she wouldn't have been able to target and murder him. You're in denial, pal. In a news video, the victim stated he would like to have his old life back, so he could walk down the street without everyone knowing who he was! If the lottery had allowed him to remain anonymous, he could've done so without being targeted for murder!
Feb 28, 2015, 1:11 pm - Scratch$ - Lottery Discussion forum

Are you happier when a regular lottery player wins a jackpot?
I guess it does make a difference to some LP members based on their congrats to winners assuming I suppose, those winners read LP. Some will even give congrats to trusts and anonymous winners. The feel good stories are nice, but I didn't win, nobody I know won so who cares.
Feb 26, 2015, 11:57 pm - Stack47 - Lottery Discussion forum

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