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Florida city still wondering: Who won the $590M lottery jackpot?

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Posted: June 3, 2013, 12:14 pm - IP Logged

I really hate that idea of using surveillance video.  It's only been two weeks they have until November to claim the jackpot.  It could take more than two weeks to plan for that much money.

Should only be used in cases involving disputes!!!


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    Posted: June 3, 2013, 12:20 pm - IP Logged

    I really hate that idea of using surveillance video.  It's only been two weeks they have until November to claim the jackpot.  It could take more than two weeks to plan for that much money.

    I say roll the footage. Lets see who won!

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      Posted: June 3, 2013, 12:22 pm - IP Logged

      "Do people who wait a long time to cash the big one get more attention or less?"

      both, this is record amount  of cash for only "1 ticket" to have won

      ofc the media going to be all over this winner when they go public

      how long they wait does not matter, media WILL cover this winner

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      60 days thing is not true folks    .............. its 180 days to claim

      the 60 day thing is some arcane IRS/Treasury department rule on the winners Have to pick  the cash/or Annuity

      it use to be u had to pick before u played, aka Annuity or cash,   some kind of bs tax rule, they waved that silly rule , sorta

      they put 60 day limit to the waiver of some arcane rule about that

      now atfer 60 days, the lottery will pick annuity option for the winners to keep irs/Treasury department happy

      and at that point, the winner can only take the annuity option ,

      blame the IRS/treasury silly upside down world for that rule. not the lottery , they tried to get better waiver, failed at it Roll Eyes

      the winners sure have total of 180 sense winning  draw to claim, is point

      so early  November to claim , tons of time really

      just losing media

       

      also back to media

      in lawyer world  i sure think winners could claim it hidden,  does not matter about public record laws

      just to list the options 

       

      legal name change with court sealed judge granting it "life in danger tall tale type of story" no link to old u via paper

       

      #2,  legal entity such as a trust/corporations

      the lottery can sure know who "won" behind it,   as rules state they must

      just have to be fake middle man like these clowns

      http://www.lotterypost.com/news/239509

      that's story about the 3 very bad middle man trying to pretend to public they are in fact "real winners"

      the story goes these 3 man, all tipped in like 33 cents? to buy 1 ticket

      it was only 1 ticket line that won

      that's right, 3 man pooled money to buy only 1 ticket!  that won,LOL

      also they manage other people's money for livingJester

      no funny business  going on here, no sir Jester Laugh

       

      the funny part, the trust they claimed it  with, had a 4th trust beneficiary ,a other TRUST! 

      so u had 3 clowns be public face as the "winners"

       the lottery got the first trust papers,    they put the "human" winners up for show

      however Who ever was in  2nd trust as the "4th" that beneficiary would get all money atfer some time passed

       is what Trust papers stated, in short, all money goes to 2nd trust, the "4th" beneficiary was never found out

      , the media did freedom act,    got to see first trust papers, sense lottery had a copy of it

      lottery demanda  copy of trust who claims it, so they will know who the "winners are"

      only first trust thro, if  a beneficiary is a other trust, the lottery DOES not have that 2nd trust info

      they have no right to it, PERIOD

      so no freedom act/public record laws can show who "the real" winner is

      so to repeat.

      the "real" winners to media are in fact the "fake" winners MWHAHAHAHA

      ofc lottery had no right to the "beneficiary"  2nd trust papers , aka the trust within a trust papers

      the lottery had no way to know who "real" winners are

      they only had 3 banker clowns words to take,   hance  why lottey pro claimed them as the real winners

       

      trust u me, public records can be loophole driven thro  easy

      laywers when told to make loopholes will make loopholes

      public record laws are joke.

      it  has been done before,and it will happen again"when is other story"

      i doubt must winners will ever have brains and balls to abuse legal loopholes 

      but to say it can't be done in "forced" to go public lottery state is false idea

      it can be done, i seen it happen

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        Posted: June 3, 2013, 12:37 pm - IP Logged

        Why was that a bad idea? At least they gave it back to the people of your great state.

        Because it was a foregone conclusion that it would go to someone from Des Moines,not from one of the hundreds of towns and cities that make up the state of Iowa.The Iowa Lottery is under the impressiion that all Iowans either live in Des Moines or want to live in Des Moines.I once was a finalist in a lottery promotion where the winner got a flat screen tv.They couldn't understand why I didn't want to drive 200 miles in the dead of winter to attend an Iowa Hawkeyes basketball game in Des Moines on a 1 in 10 chance that I might be the winner of the tv.The other nine contestants got a Hawkeyes t-shirt.They were,however,nice enough to send me the t-shirt in the mail.Oh,and the jackpot on that Hot Lotto ticket was 14 million $ and they only gave away 1 Million $ at the state fair,they never did say what happened to the other 13 million $.


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          Posted: June 3, 2013, 12:38 pm - IP Logged

          Ok, so they have 60 days to get they money. After that they are forced to take the annuity. It sounds like it is in the state best interest to wait til AFTER the 60 days expire to make an effort to find the winner.

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            Posted: June 3, 2013, 1:32 pm - IP Logged

            Whoever this person is, if they dont claim it this week then they either lost the ticket, dont know they won, or not very smart because then they waited a month+ to receive the money because it takes at least two weeks for it be reach a bank account. I still remember the Georgia Jackpot where there was ~70M unclaimed and with such a huge Jackpot who knows where the ticket may be..the Lottery HQ hasnt even received an "anonymous" phone call so this person is in trouble IMO. 

            I would hate to see the government receive this all back and distribute back to the states when its the people's money. I think that rule is one of the worst scams i've ever seen.

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              Posted: June 3, 2013, 2:05 pm - IP Logged

              Lurking

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                Posted: June 3, 2013, 2:06 pm - IP Logged

                Even if someone won a jackpot on my own block I don't think I'd be "jumping out of my skin" to find out who it was. That's their business. The only reason you'd be jumping out of your skin is if you couldn't wait to find out who's porch to show up on to start begging,lol.

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                  Posted: June 3, 2013, 2:16 pm - IP Logged

                  I hope the winner of this Powerball jackpot steps forward.

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                    Posted: June 3, 2013, 2:19 pm - IP Logged

                    Whoever this person is, if they dont claim it this week then they either lost the ticket, dont know they won, or not very smart because then they waited a month+ to receive the money because it takes at least two weeks for it be reach a bank account. I still remember the Georgia Jackpot where there was ~70M unclaimed and with such a huge Jackpot who knows where the ticket may be..the Lottery HQ hasnt even received an "anonymous" phone call so this person is in trouble IMO. 

                    I would hate to see the government receive this all back and distribute back to the states when its the people's money. I think that rule is one of the worst scams i've ever seen.

                    There's lots of reasons to cause delay. I would'nt be surprised if a snowbird has the ticket.

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                      I'm hoping that when the winner claims their money and decide to donate some to their local whatever, they will NOT be promised to be broke within five years!! The promise always comes with several exclamation marks. Benevolence is not appreciated in 2013  Disapprove

                      That money's gone fo ever

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                        Posted: June 3, 2013, 4:25 pm - IP Logged

                        If the winner is keeping quiet and seeking financial advice =good. After 2 weeks,  I would have a really hard time not telling anyone , "It was ME !"

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                          Posted: June 3, 2013, 4:30 pm - IP Logged

                          I am the winner i will cliam it soon. Wink

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                            Posted: June 3, 2013, 5:13 pm - IP Logged

                            This >>> "I believe it's a senior citizen that purchased the ticket and they just have no idea that they won the ticket."

                             

                            Ultimately, only moochers, the media, and the IRS really care at this point. The rest are just nosey-posey's. Going from a "9 to 5" to being a millionare 500 times over is a life altering event. Floridians need to just settle down. let the lucky person(s) get their ducks in a row. They're probably doing some soul searching, identifying who their REAL friends are (if they didn't already know), If I was the lucky winner, I'd be more concerned with how my life is about to change more than I would a couple of weeks interest...

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                              Posted: June 3, 2013, 6:20 pm - IP Logged

                              Thanks for informing us ........I thought it took like 3 weeks to have everything settled ...

                              Thinking maybe it's the lawyers who's taking there sweet time , there could be many reasons

                              why it's taking longer ........If I won this powerball , I would already turn that ticket in .

                              Curious why he/she taking there time ........