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You Just Won The Lottery!
Not if I win in an anonymous state
Yesterday, 2:31 pm - Teddi - Lottery Discussion forum

You Just Won The Lottery!
Very good question! I live in Georgia near the border of Georgia and South Carolina. I play in both states. For some reason, I win more often in Georgia, but I make it a point to purchase PB and MM tickets in South Carolina for the simple fact of the option to remain anonymous. Can you believe that I've actually purchased tickets and gas at the store in Lexington, SC that sold that big jackpot in 2013? I didn't get tickets for that particular draw, though. That person chose to remain anonymous. ...
Jan 28, 2015, 3:19 am - TinkerMazell - Lottery Discussion forum

You Just Won The Lottery!
Six states Delaware, Kansas, Maryland, North Dakota, Ohio and South Carolina allow winners to remain anonymous.
Jan 26, 2015, 8:32 pm - mikeintexas - Lottery Discussion forum

$14.5M Texas Lotto jackpot claimed
Since you don't live in Texas, you have no say in the matter. Only six states allow anonymous claiming, so don't make it out like Texas is the only one that doesn't. I tried to explain to you the reasoning behind it (transparency) and I thought that since you quoted my post, you had read it. Apparently not. If someone from Texas wants to remain anonymous, then they can always create a trust to claim it. I don't know about any other non-anonymous claiming states - that's their business. Tha ...
Jan 26, 2015, 12:44 am - mikeintexas - Lottery News forum

GET OUT THE VIOLIN: Florida woman grieving about $5 million lottery win
The Florida Lottery paid Blake $3,750,000 her winnings minus taxes and sent out a news release Thursday about her good fortune, though she pleaded with the agency to neither photograph her nor identify her. The photo is optional, but identification is not, Florida Lottery spokeswoman Shelly Gerteisen said. Florida should allow winners to remain anonymous. Fay Blake will come enormous pressure from friends and family. It is not only unjust it is potentially very dangerous.
Jan 17, 2015, 12:10 am - myturn - Lottery News forum

MUSL employee arrested in Hot Lotto jackpot mystery
My original guess was that the winner wanted to remain completely anonymous -- like doesn't exist, off the grid anonymous. And was able to sell is ticket for $3-5M and disappear and then the buyers have been looking to claim it. My second guess was that it was someone with back taxes, child support or a lottery employee who wanted to stay anonymous. I don't think this guy had insider knowledge about the numbers. No conspiracy thoughts on my end. I think he just got lucky once. What's to s ...
Jan 16, 2015, 9:49 pm - WesternRedDoug - Lottery News forum

Retired NY principal claims $326M lottery jackpot
I live in an anonymous state, however, if I won in a non anonymous state I would have someone claim as an entity or use a disguise. I would then change my name.
Jan 13, 2015, 9:10 am - IPlayWeekly - Lottery News forum

Retired NY principal claims $326M lottery jackpot
I think it is a pity he has to be identified, because he has to move house now; which is more difficult at 80. New York should reconsider it's policy and allow winners to remain anonymous. If you live in New York, contact your state politicians.
Jan 12, 2015, 5:38 pm - myturn - Lottery News forum

Elderly Detroit man who recently won lottery missing
This is exactly why winners should be allowed to remain anonymous. When will US lotteries learn? The UK and Australian lotteries allow winners to remain anonymous for this reason, safety.
Jan 6, 2015, 10:00 pm - myturn - Lottery News forum

Lottery winners support on the Euromillions
Cheers folks!! I'll remain anonymous if i hit the jackpot. I was just curious why a lot of the UK winners go public... Happy new year to all of you may your wishes come true
Dec 31, 2014, 11:59 am - Jordi88 - Lottery Discussion forum

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