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Calif. man knew he won $1M but lost the lottery ticket
This is BS, if you are clearly identifiable as the person that bought the ticket and the winner, you should get the money. This should be a good test case for a lawsuit against the lotteries. There are many scenarios where you could lose the ticket through no fault of your own, theft of your wallet, house fire, theft of your car etc. I believe that guy that won in Canada and did not know was notified by the lottery that he won because they had some sort of registration system which is good. ...
Mar 15, 2015, 11:27 pm - VenomV12 - Lottery News forum

Lottery windfalls can buy anything except anonymity
People here always say it's very unlikely, but I don't believe that at all. Identity theft is already a huge problem, that's without being a confirmed halfbillionaire. Look at the Sony data leak and how many people already ran into problems with that.
Mar 12, 2015, 1:52 pm - MaximumMillions - Lottery News forum

Pay for tickets w/ credit card? NYC promotions
I googled... can credit cards be used for gambling it's the banks of credit cards that don't allow it for some obvious reasons credit vs debit cards and identity theft from stores or restaurants best bet do online banking...use credit card from your bank any suspicious charges will be seen by you and stopped with a phone call better to have the credit company on board and card cancelled over personal accounts being in jeopardy this happened twice with hubbys debit so now w ...
Mar 8, 2015, 11:05 pm - kreative1 - Lottery Discussion forum

More big Lottery winners using trusts to stay anonymous
My state is awful, the publish the first, middle, and last name of winners along with street address, date of birth, and social security number. Great way to leave someone open to identity theft huh?
Feb 21, 2015, 3:13 pm - jjtheprince - Lottery Discussion forum

Scamming store owner loses lottery license
Huh, I wonder if this woman gave this $950 to the local police department when she presented the theft complaint.
Dec 21, 2014, 2:20 pm - HaveABall - Lottery News forum

Florida Lottery winner outed as sexual predator
What is grant theft ?
Dec 10, 2014, 10:07 pm - winoneday - Lottery News forum

Career cover story after winning the lottery?
Good one Poo Nanny. ________________________________ I would tell them that I finally got a patent on my prescription windshield invention for drivers who don't want to wear glasses or contacts. I would add to that the auto insurance companies are paying me bonuses because the prescription windshields really cut down on auto theft!
Aug 5, 2014, 12:10 am - Coin Toss - Lottery Discussion forum

NEW YORK Instant scratch off tickets
The Cadiliac game doesn't make much sense for me at least, not living in NYC. 4 top prizes of 500k and a CTS. I assume you have to pay taxes on the car, I know you have to pay taxes on the 500K. Then there is the expense of owning a car in NYC, gas, cameras, the threat of theft etc.
Jul 29, 2014, 7:27 pm - Enigmas - Instant ("Scratch-Off") Games forum

Would you quit your job if you won the lottery?
Sully16, I am sorry to hear that! This is a painful experience on several levels to a person. Yet another evidence of overpopulation, inflation increasing, theft increasing, and wistful employers/companies not receiving the community/nation support they require to keep and ADD to their full-time employees each year! Love/charity your neighbor -- switch to mainly buying American services and products people.
Jul 18, 2014, 12:54 pm - HaveABall - Lottery News forum

New multi-state lottery game coming to NY, NJ
I guess I should correct my incorrect third grade math as I did not take account into tax theft for the multistate game. 600,000/600.000 per day = 1000 days 1000 days / 365 days = 2.7 years of equivalent richness. 600,000/32,000 per year = 18 .75 years WAITING for the same equivalent of money!!!!!!
May 29, 2014, 12:19 am - LottoBoner - Lottery News forum

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