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Lost lottery ticket worth $50,000 returned to winner

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Posted: September 26, 2011, 5:25 pm - IP Logged

Congrats on the WIN !!!

Happy you got the ticket back - Good times ahead.... Sun Smiley

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    Posted: September 26, 2011, 6:06 pm - IP Logged

    My tickets for tomorrows Mega Ball are safely signed and in a safe place.  Sun Smiley

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      Posted: September 27, 2011, 2:36 pm - IP Logged

      for a small prize,  such as 50k, ya sign the ticket

      if it would of never got stolen, their would be no media at all, and he could of said no to phote op.   so really no worry's

      the issue i have thro, is In tennessee  you can claim  via trusts, and any legal setup really,

      so Dont sign that powerball/mega millions jackpot ticket, 

      Just Do Not Say Anything About winning it

      Dont go to a store and scan the ticket.  its called read the numbers and match.

      get like  zap lock bags"keep water out" ,  maybe a  fireproof  key lock suitcase at home, or ,  get a laywer and setup a trust,and have him claim it for you.  and have lawyer be public face and keep your name form public at all cost!

      lawyer is only worth the money, if he makes it so, No one knows who you are, then hes priceless and have earned hes money.

      onless you want everyone you know to bug you, and 1000+ people you don't know to ask money form you, and people try to rip you off etc.

      signing the ticket is worst thing in world.     this story moral should Not be about sign the ticket

      the moral should be, TELL no one .   no one be yourself needs to know you Won.   if  small prize, sign the ticket and claim with no press. or wear make up and wags, etc, and have pic then. lol

      this guy told everyone around him, making a big scene, he won 50k!, this is 50k winning ticket, and then  was shocked someone robbed him .   Fool i say, fool!

      lucky for him, he gets hes 50k, thro he wont get all 50kl, besides tax's, he now has a lawyer Leech to give some of hes money too for such a small prize

      i hope this teachs people Tell no one, and dont you dare sign that ticket .   just tell no one, and never show the ticket to anyone, hide it form everyone eyes

      the only time my ticket will be seen is with large law firm lawyers. and lottery officals before public gets a phote of winning ticket.

       however if you dont mind  ever major downside to being a large winner, go ahead sign it, and  plz go on curse of lottery, or how the lottery changed my life why your at it, and tell us all about how people don't treat you same, and beg you money, and how you had to move far away, etc, etc  to someone learns form history and don't repeat it for once.

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        Posted: September 27, 2011, 7:29 pm - IP Logged

        Yea!!! Patriot

        Having several millions of dollars in my financial accounts means receiving several valuable services each day!

        Disney


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          Posted: September 27, 2011, 7:31 pm - IP Logged

          for a small prize,  such as 50k, ya sign the ticket

          if it would of never got stolen, their would be no media at all, and he could of said no to phote op.   so really no worry's

          the issue i have thro, is In tennessee  you can claim  via trusts, and any legal setup really,

          so Dont sign that powerball/mega millions jackpot ticket, 

          Just Do Not Say Anything About winning it

          Dont go to a store and scan the ticket.  its called read the numbers and match.

          get like  zap lock bags"keep water out" ,  maybe a  fireproof  key lock suitcase at home, or ,  get a laywer and setup a trust,and have him claim it for you.  and have lawyer be public face and keep your name form public at all cost!

          lawyer is only worth the money, if he makes it so, No one knows who you are, then hes priceless and have earned hes money.

          onless you want everyone you know to bug you, and 1000+ people you don't know to ask money form you, and people try to rip you off etc.

          signing the ticket is worst thing in world.     this story moral should Not be about sign the ticket

          the moral should be, TELL no one .   no one be yourself needs to know you Won.   if  small prize, sign the ticket and claim with no press. or wear make up and wags, etc, and have pic then. lol

          this guy told everyone around him, making a big scene, he won 50k!, this is 50k winning ticket, and then  was shocked someone robbed him .   Fool i say, fool!

          lucky for him, he gets hes 50k, thro he wont get all 50kl, besides tax's, he now has a lawyer Leech to give some of hes money too for such a small prize

          i hope this teachs people Tell no one, and dont you dare sign that ticket .   just tell no one, and never show the ticket to anyone, hide it form everyone eyes

          the only time my ticket will be seen is with large law firm lawyers. and lottery officals before public gets a phote of winning ticket.

           however if you dont mind  ever major downside to being a large winner, go ahead sign it, and  plz go on curse of lottery, or how the lottery changed my life why your at it, and tell us all about how people don't treat you same, and beg you money, and how you had to move far away, etc, etc  to someone learns form history and don't repeat it for once.

          I Agree!Yes Nod

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            Posted: October 2, 2011, 10:45 am - IP Logged

            I think when you win some big money, you find out who your friends are...or your definition of friends

            changes for some of your friends. Some might make remarks they just can't help making, some may treat

            you differently and some may resent it so much that they just flat out hate you. Those are the worst because

            you can't trust them with anything once you won, nothing is sacred or safe anymore. These are the kinds

            of people that need to be removed from your life immediately, if not sooner. Friendship never exists with

            envy, hatred and contempt.

            Roger that, dr65.


                                                         
                                 
                                                     

             

             

             

             

                                                                                                               

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