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Winner of record $590.5 million Powerball lottery jackpot announced

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Posted: June 7, 2013, 5:45 pm - IP Logged

also i just like add something form my last post

 

there is always the nuclear option to claim any jackpot on earth anonymously

no trust/no nonething , no loopholes, just a living human  who not u, claims IT , who not u

just a other person claims it for u, that's all, they get all media and heat, u get the money

i always say trust/other path sense must people don't have legal understanding what to do before u even try this nuclear option

 

u say, but irs gift tax laws, o godGreen laugh the ignorance of that is strong with people

look irs is easy to handle,  just  A general partnership agreement before hand, handles it

i have freedom in this nation, to  partnership with anyone, i can write any kind of agreement 

yet  it needs to be done right or u screw your self out of millions as other walks off with the money.

this is how i would do it, lets just say i won 100 million cash powerball jackpot,in any state like flordia/ca/newyork etc that force's winner out

sense u people need to understand how to do it right i tell u how i would walk away with millions and no one knows.

 

step 1, call a lawyer,  become  a cilent, why is simple . Attorney–client privilege

the amount of protection i get form that legal gem is just nice to have if somehow i get in court.............................

now i offer this lawyer a sweet deal  "i pick form  business/corporate law lawyers i can find in my state"

i offer him a legal business partnetship, where we in business as a team

just to be nice, sense he have to deal with beggers none stop. i give him  1% or 1 million bucks of money

, am sure for that money  amount he take me up on my offer

its simple business agreement, i even video tape whole Thing as i setup it up, for my own protection, with some family witness etc

plus he have hes own witness etc, 

why a lawyer besides the Attorney–client privilege?, i know! , hes whole adult life have been keeping other people keeping secrets and protecting them

hes the prefact type of fake winner i need!

 a god fearing/ with family of hes own settled down etc  , this man not going to bolt with money.............

,and hes legal lawyer career spotless, i doubt must people would brother even try to find such a person ........

 

screw finding someone off the street to just claim it for me, am not a idiot folks

anyway, the lawyer will just claim it for him self, no trust, no nonething, lottery will give it him

the lottery will show him off, i don't care if newyork lottery puts him on TV and says here the winner folks, i be watchin and crying with joy LOL at the fools 

public will all think he won. 

ofc  i get 99% of money atfer taxes, and when irs shows up, going u just given this dude all the money, wtf?

we show the papers of the business, with him handleing the  investment i put in to fund our business and me being type of silent partner etc, 

in legal world, we just bypassed the gift tax,   and i got away with legal bypass of ever public record law on lottery

not only have i just cheated the lottery and public out of knowing who really won, i would take great joy in doing so

but irs got its money first time it taxed the winnings ,and stupid gift tax does not apply to business partnership etc

 

its so simple and effective, that's why its the  nuclear option to claim any jackpot anonymously

ofc i don't trust must winners to do this right and worry they may get scammed ,guy claiming walks off with all money etc, hance why insist on the trust/other legal routes

i have brains to pull it off, and anyone could pull it off,   if they want to right business lawyer who knows what hes doing

i don't care if ever single politicians who controls state laws, demand a public winner,and write it in law

i can bypass any stupid politicians any day of week brother

the politicians in flordia can kiss my butt, i bypass  and walk all over  rules saying they have to know who"I AM" 

if i won in that state or any state

Thanks, I'm really not interested in reading War & Peace. What I do know is I'm not taking legal advice from someone who isn't a lawyer and who has some kind of virulent hatred towards English grammar. 

Plus, what I also know is that a lottery winner tried doing this little scheme already (do you really think that you can come up with a scenario that the IRS hasn't already considered)? A legal entity was created as a way to bypass the gift tax, the IRS came down on her like a ton of bricks. Plus, not only did she have to fork over the gift tax amount, they levied on her additional fees and penalties.

So good luck to you. 

The IRS has already publicly stated that they red flag the tax returns of all JP winners. Try your trick and go ahead believing after they scour your financial data with a fine tooth comb, you'll actually get away with it.

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    Posted: June 7, 2013, 8:23 pm - IP Logged

    I think this is one of the best parts of their whole plan:

     

    "They just walked right through the door," Dougherty said. "They didn't give anyone a heads-up. We were just as shocked as anyone else. They went up to our front desk to check in to see what they needed to do."

     

    They didn't give the lottery folks a chance to spring the media on them when they arrived. The winner & her entourage show up at the counter, fill out their paperwork and leave. That's as minimal as you can get it if you can't claim anonymous.

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    singlewinnersinglewinnersinglewinner   

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      Posted: June 7, 2013, 9:49 pm - IP Logged

      Thanks, I'm really not interested in reading War & Peace. What I do know is I'm not taking legal advice from someone who isn't a lawyer and who has some kind of virulent hatred towards English grammar. 

      Plus, what I also know is that a lottery winner tried doing this little scheme already (do you really think that you can come up with a scenario that the IRS hasn't already considered)? A legal entity was created as a way to bypass the gift tax, the IRS came down on her like a ton of bricks. Plus, not only did she have to fork over the gift tax amount, they levied on her additional fees and penalties.

      So good luck to you. 

      The IRS has already publicly stated that they red flag the tax returns of all JP winners. Try your trick and go ahead believing after they scour your financial data with a fine tooth comb, you'll actually get away with it.

      so u admit to not even reading  my reply to you?

      I make it a general rule not to talk reply to anything unless I’ve read the entire post

      u sir seem to lack this much needed trait

      i guest what they say about ignorance is bliss is correct

      ,first u doubt  claiming a jackpot anonymously, and tell me am wrong!   so i write 2 very long detailed posts saying how

      and without admiting your wrong, u are btw

      then u have balls to say a business partnership is subject to gift tax

      once again your wrong

      a business partner ship is not subject to gift tax, maybe if u are moron at writing stuff legal stuff your self , u could find a way to make it so, but not in general sense

      what u just claimed is 100000s of business partnerships right now  are subject to a tax  they not paying for over decade now?

      my god man, it takes a lot to make me dumb founded, but u sir have done it

      even in  my the how to, i said go to freaking business lawyer!, a business lawyer who writes this stuff for a living! to do it with.

      just to avoid the finding somone off the street, but sense u don't read my reply's i guest am just talking to other folks who read this

       

      look everyone don't listin to teddi, get a lawyer, best ones u can find, go to 2 or more if u have to

      if u win a jackpot,  bring up and talk about all options, u can claim anonymously in any state

      u may have to use ever brain cell in you and loophole possible, but its possible/ and gift taxes are not  issue, don't listin to these folks

      gift tax is evil beyond evil, its pure double tax,and theft

      irs will get the full share of 39.6% on millions of your jackpot money! they don't have any right to penny more

      any trust/corporations/ business partnership can sidestep step it 

      for love of god folks if win the lottery and live in state like newyork/flordia/ca, u can  be  anonymously

      this guy doubts me,and does not even brother to read my post, the ignorance is strong with that one

      i  even says go to lawyers for help

      and then says, 

       I'm not taking legal advice from someone who isn't a lawyer

      the irony is i DID say go to lawyerDisapprove

      No bees, no honey.

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        Posted: June 7, 2013, 9:51 pm - IP Logged

        I think this is one of the best parts of their whole plan:

         

        "They just walked right through the door," Dougherty said. "They didn't give anyone a heads-up. We were just as shocked as anyone else. They went up to our front desk to check in to see what they needed to do."

         

        They didn't give the lottery folks a chance to spring the media on them when they arrived. The winner & her entourage show up at the counter, fill out their paperwork and leave. That's as minimal as you can get it if you can't claim anonymous.

        I Agree!

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          so u admit to not even reading  my reply to you?

          I make it a general rule not to talk reply to anything unless I’ve read the entire post

          u sir seem to lack this much needed trait

          i guest what they say about ignorance is bliss is correct

          ,first u doubt  claiming a jackpot anonymously, and tell me am wrong!   so i write 2 very long detailed posts saying how

          and without admiting your wrong, u are btw

          then u have balls to say a business partnership is subject to gift tax

          once again your wrong

          a business partner ship is not subject to gift tax, maybe if u are moron at writing stuff legal stuff your self , u could find a way to make it so, but not in general sense

          what u just claimed is 100000s of business partnerships right now  are subject to a tax  they not paying for over decade now?

          my god man, it takes a lot to make me dumb founded, but u sir have done it

          even in  my the how to, i said go to freaking business lawyer!, a business lawyer who writes this stuff for a living! to do it with.

          just to avoid the finding somone off the street, but sense u don't read my reply's i guest am just talking to other folks who read this

           

          look everyone don't listin to teddi, get a lawyer, best ones u can find, go to 2 or more if u have to

          if u win a jackpot,  bring up and talk about all options, u can claim anonymously in any state

          u may have to use ever brain cell in you and loophole possible, but its possible/ and gift taxes are not  issue, don't listin to these folks

          gift tax is evil beyond evil, its pure double tax,and theft

          irs will get the full share of 39.6% on millions of your jackpot money! they don't have any right to penny more

          any trust/corporations/ business partnership can sidestep step it 

          for love of god folks if win the lottery and live in state like newyork/flordia/ca, u can  be  anonymously

          this guy doubts me,and does not even brother to read my post, the ignorance is strong with that one

          i  even says go to lawyers for help

          and then says, 

           I'm not taking legal advice from someone who isn't a lawyer

          the irony is i DID say go to lawyerDisapprove

          Oh, I read it alright. I didn't say I never read it, I said I'm not interested in reading your longwinded lunacy. 

          You don't have a loophole, you have a scheme, a scheme with which you cannot win with. It's just a nonsensical headache. 

          You are making nothing but a bunch of inane ramblings of something you BELIEVE  will actually work when it won't. And for someone with no legal training, no financial advisor training, you think just because you say it then it must be true. NEWSFLAsH...it isn't. And the woman who tried to do this, lost her case and she had to pay, and pay big. 

          So, like I said, go ahead and hold on to your delusions. I'll be back here laughing when they take your money. You believe you are smarter than the actual lawyers, the laws of the IRS and the state, and the lawyers for the lottery, by all means, keep your beliefs and do it.

          You think that just because you keep going on and on and on and on, that it makes what you say more believable. It  doesn't. You are adamantly claiming a scheme will work when it's already been tried and lost. So there's nothing more you can say. You can pound your chest and keep insisting you are right, don't pay the taxes levied on you when you do try it and just land your butt in jail. That's fine with me too.

          But at least try to get it through your head that you are not original. What you're claiming isn't some epiphany of great genius. It's been done and it failed. The End. There's nothing more straghtforward than that.

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            I think this is one of the best parts of their whole plan:

             

            "They just walked right through the door," Dougherty said. "They didn't give anyone a heads-up. We were just as shocked as anyone else. They went up to our front desk to check in to see what they needed to do."

             

            They didn't give the lottery folks a chance to spring the media on them when they arrived. The winner & her entourage show up at the counter, fill out their paperwork and leave. That's as minimal as you can get it if you can't claim anonymous.

            I Agree! Totally. This is as close to anonymous as one can get. Shame on the lottery office for alerting the press while they were there, but they still did good and at least they were able to get away quickly.

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              Gloria and her family are going to have a great time.  I hope this lottery win brings her much happiness.  She can make many dreams come true.  I hope I also can experience a lottery windfall like that.  Banana

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                I think this is one of the best parts of their whole plan:

                 

                "They just walked right through the door," Dougherty said. "They didn't give anyone a heads-up. We were just as shocked as anyone else. They went up to our front desk to check in to see what they needed to do."

                 

                They didn't give the lottery folks a chance to spring the media on them when they arrived. The winner & her entourage show up at the counter, fill out their paperwork and leave. That's as minimal as you can get it if you can't claim anonymous.

                Yep. They had their ducks in a row.

                 

                Anyways, get in; get out. That's about as smooth as I've seen a winner come forward. Too bad the commission dropped a dime on them to the media before the ink dried. Only thing they could have done differently was showed up wearing these:

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                  You could not be more wrong. She had no choice in the matter. 

                  Except for 5 states (and Florida isn't one of them), you cannot anonymously claim your winnings.

                  If you want to get the money, you have to allow them to release your name.

                  In some  states they even require you to give a press conference. Luckily Florida  doesn't go that far. But her identity still has to be disclosed.

                  She did everything in her power to be as anonymous as she could. She's staying somewhere other than her home, she brought her lawyer with her. She declined to give a press conference and then declined to say anything to the reporters before hightailing it to her car and getting out of there as quickly as possible. Nothing about that is lazy. It was thought out, planned and executed well. 

                  I really wish you people wouldn't make these comments without knowing what the legal requirements are. It's even on the website. So by all means, if you believe she had a choice in the matter, please provide us with the proof that a winner can forgo the publicizing of their name in the state of Florida and still get the money.

                  "In some  states they even require you to give a press conference."

                  Me, from behind a face that has been professionally made up by an expert in the theatre arts to look nothing like the real me, "Welcome, journalist cretins. Every thing I say to you from here on out will be a lie. First question, please."

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                    Yep. They had their ducks in a row.

                     

                    Anyways, get in; get out. That's about as smooth as I've seen a winner come forward. Too bad the commission dropped a dime on them to the media before the ink dried. Only thing they could have done differently was showed up wearing these:

                    Welp, there's 4 guys that are never gonna get another date, lol.


                                                                 
                                         
                                                             

                     

                     

                     

                     

                                                                                                                       

                    "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"

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                      "In some  states they even require you to give a press conference."

                      Me, from behind a face that has been professionally made up by an expert in the theatre arts to look nothing like the real me, "Welcome, journalist cretins. Every thing I say to you from here on out will be a lie. First question, please."

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                      your funnyLOL

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                        Yep. They had their ducks in a row.

                         

                        Anyways, get in; get out. That's about as smooth as I've seen a winner come forward. Too bad the commission dropped a dime on them to the media before the ink dried. Only thing they could have done differently was showed up wearing these:

                        MY EYES!!! MY EYES!!!!

                        A little warning next time. LOL

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                          "In some  states they even require you to give a press conference."

                          Me, from behind a face that has been professionally made up by an expert in the theatre arts to look nothing like the real me, "Welcome, journalist cretins. Every thing I say to you from here on out will be a lie. First question, please."

                          Big Smile

                          Love the opening statement. Will have to use that. Clown

                          Here's the thing, if I'm going to be that loaded, then forget about theater make up. I want one of those Mission Impossible masks with the different voice and everything. And I'd pick some famous actress to look like. 

                          If the reporters want to go through all the trouble of finding a real pic of me somewhere then whatever. But by the time they do, I'll be on a beach in Tahiti where no one would know anyway. By the time I'm back in the states, they'd have moved on to some newer winner and not be bothering with me.

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                                        What cities makes you've a new conference ?

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                              MacKenzie chose to receive her winnings in a one-time, lump-sum payment in the amount of $370,896,780.84.

                              After taxes, MacKenzie would get about 224 million dollars which is about 38% of the 590.5 million dollars annuity prize.

                                 
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