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Hot Lotto trust representative won't name winner

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Posted: January 21, 2012, 12:14 pm - IP Logged

Sounds like someone going through a divorce and trying to hide the money.

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    Posted: January 21, 2012, 12:48 pm - IP Logged

    Who cares who the winner is the iowa lottery is trying to get out of not paying they are so greedy haven't they made enough money off of residents that play the lottery in iowa.

    If you ask me the iowa lottery needs to be investigated they are spending all their energy into this matter i don't blame the winner for having it in a trust they don't want to be identified.

    I really think they need to investigate the IOWA LOTTERY.

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      Posted: January 21, 2012, 1:19 pm - IP Logged

      they are crooks

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        Posted: January 21, 2012, 1:26 pm - IP Logged

        This just in ........... I plan on depositing $41.73 Million after I comply with the absolute minimum requirements to claim a jackpot in Pennsylvania(with no need for an investigation)! For those that don't like the "rich" ............ IDC before or after I win. After I win .............. I will make sure that it is most difficult for you to find me ............... Cool

        Wealth is not greed, wealth is opportunity ............Big Grin

        The Greed of Envy is Greed ..............Chair

        When I was down and out ....... I didn't pitch a tent on private or public property ............ I didn't carry a sign ............. and I surely didn't Whine & Cry about "the Rich" ............... I picked myself up and moved on like an adult ................ Crazy ............ I believe in diversity ........... diversity of investment ..............  Smash  and being green with money

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          Posted: January 21, 2012, 5:25 pm - IP Logged

          The lawyer is just doing what his client hired him to do.To name his client he would probably be violating the attorney/client privaledge.I'm surprised that the folks at the Iowa Lottery don't know or understand this.Their investigater should know it,with all of his years in law enforcement.Its time to end this game and PAY UP!

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            Posted: January 21, 2012, 6:47 pm - IP Logged

            Blah Blah Blah,, They will pay..    I don't blame him for not saying who the winner is right now.. They will leak it out. New York attorney's are not stupid..

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              Posted: January 22, 2012, 3:42 pm - IP Logged

              I can appreciate the Iowa Lottery Commission doing their due diligence on the identity of the winner.

              I believe that people who work for the Lottery Commission are ineligible to win prizes due to the fact that there might be some hanky panky going on.

              Also, if a prize is claimed under a trust, the Lottery Commission and the IRS need the SS# and ID of the person to see if they owe back taxes or child support (that is what I read online some time ago).

              Hopefully they will get this straightened out and the real winners will receive their prize. But it's so suspicious that they came forward just hours before the deadline.

              Someone on this post mentioned it might be a divorce situation and the owner of the ticket might not want the spouse to know about the win. Totally plausible.

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                Posted: January 23, 2012, 3:40 am - IP Logged

                There is more to this story than what we have heard so far. Something has triggered a red flag with the lottery leading to this additional scrutiny ... too soon to blame to lottery on this one.

                The red flag is that they don't have someone to trot out for promotional purposes. LOL States do not like that.

                Love it, we get the stories about "lottery tragedies" and comments of how "if only they could have claimed anonymously" and times when it seems people are taking a long amount of times coming forward and there's posts on how maybe the winner is being smart and working on claiming without getting their name out there and we badger those who can but choose not to.   But then when it's actually done there's a conspiracy behind it and clearly there's something suspicious going on. LOL

                You can't predict random.

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                  Posted: January 23, 2012, 12:17 pm - IP Logged

                  People don't think straight. All this person had to do was to hire a lawyer and hire some shmuck off the street, rent him an apartment, change his address to the new address, change his name and make him the beneficiary, and give him a few thousand dollars for his troubles, then after he collects the money while taking his picture with the big check in hand, and the dog and pony show is over, change his name back to his original name, give up the apartment. Everyone wins and the real person gets the JP money and no one knows who the the real beneficiary is.

                  Now, while the real beneficiary is enjoying spending the money, the poor hounds, beggers, and hustlers who want a piece of the pie are running around frantically scratching their heads wondering why they can't find Horlandia Patchutka who used to live in that apartment building. HA !

                  done...BOOM *Flexes..


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                    Posted: January 23, 2012, 1:07 pm - IP Logged

                    People don't think straight. All this person had to do was to hire a lawyer and hire some shmuck off the street, rent him an apartment, change his address to the new address, change his name and make him the beneficiary, and give him a few thousand dollars for his troubles, then after he collects the money while taking his picture with the big check in hand, and the dog and pony show is over, change his name back to his original name, give up the apartment. Everyone wins and the real person gets the JP money and no one knows who the the real beneficiary is.

                    Now, while the real beneficiary is enjoying spending the money, the poor hounds, beggers, and hustlers who want a piece of the pie are running around frantically scratching their heads wondering why they can't find Horlandia Patchutka who used to live in that apartment building. HA !

                    done...BOOM *Flexes..

                    What if the "Shmuck", after talking to friends finds out he was duped by millions?

                     

                    Now there is a scenario for a reverse situation of blackmail to the original beneficiary if they don't fess up, or the "Shmuck" will sing like a canary to the press and authorities. DONE!....BOOM!.... *FLEXES!.....  Poke   Wink

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                      Posted: January 23, 2012, 2:33 pm - IP Logged

                      What if the "Shmuck", after talking to friends finds out he was duped by millions?

                       

                      Now there is a scenario for a reverse situation of blackmail to the original beneficiary if they don't fess up, or the "Shmuck" will sing like a canary to the press and authorities. DONE!....BOOM!.... *FLEXES!.....  Poke   Wink

                      ummmmm, the schmuck is in on the deal.....If you read what I write you'd notice that I wrote the schmuck will get a few thousand dollars for his efforts. If someone came to me and said, how would you like to make 10,000 dollars to go through all of this, I would say hell yeah.

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                        Posted: January 23, 2012, 2:59 pm - IP Logged

                        And on a positive note ...... if I win on Wednesday ............. I can bank about $48,815,000 after Federal Confiscatory Taxes !!!

                        No State Tax on Lottery Winnings in Pennsylvania ............

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                          Posted: January 23, 2012, 3:42 pm - IP Logged

                          And on a positive note ...... if I win on Wednesday ............. I can bank about $48,815,000 after Federal Confiscatory Taxes !!!

                          No State Tax on Lottery Winnings in Pennsylvania ............

                          Party

                          and I do think that the vanity plate on my Bentley will be: LOLING Crazy

                          and really, the dust will not gather on my ticket .......... after moving to my hiding place, I will comply with the minimum requirements to claim my prize and take a little vacation ...........

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                            Posted: January 23, 2012, 3:57 pm - IP Logged

                            ummmmm, the schmuck is in on the deal.....If you read what I write you'd notice that I wrote the schmuck will get a few thousand dollars for his efforts. If someone came to me and said, how would you like to make 10,000 dollars to go through all of this, I would say hell yeah.

                            I read exactly what you wrote,..... however I still insist even if you paid the " Stupid Schmuck" 50k or more,........ greedy human behavior as it is,  most "Schmuck's" upon the realization that they could have made MILLIONS MORE,......... will have become enraged and will come back to get what they perceive as their fair share, before walking away with just thousands.   Poke   Wink

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                              Posted: January 23, 2012, 4:27 pm - IP Logged

                              If this is a common occurance by the Iowa Lottery, I might be worried.  My guess is that they do sense that something is amiss here (probably an illegal alien) and they want to investigate it further to be sure. 

                              How silly will they look if the give the money to the wrong person without investigating a little.

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