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Lottery winner's first purchase: a new shower door
Congratulation to the winner. He wants to keep his life simple. Since he claimed the money anonymous, it could happen.
Yesterday, 11:58 am - cbr$ - Lottery News forum

Can I be anonymous when I win in California?
If you have a common name and live in big city as opposed to a small town or suburb, you're practically anonymous.
Jul 3, 2015, 1:12 pm - Toronto - Lottery Discussion forum

UK lottery player claims £93M EuroMillions jackpot
untaxed, anonymous jackpots, free health care, 4 to 5 weeks of annual leave, paid sick leave, plus paid public holidays, unarmed police, capped university fees, legal drinking age of 18, freedom to gamble in any town, online and through the TV during live sports, employment protection to prevent at-will firings, freedom to join trade unions, welfare system from cradle to grave, looks like we have a lot of catching up to do!
Jul 3, 2015, 2:11 am - jazam1 - Lottery News forum

Can I be anonymous when I win in California?
Only if you play your states Pick-3 or Pick-4 lottery as there are so many winners that you can blend into the crowd. But if the average prize of your state lottery is $2 Million, just buy either $400 worth of Pick-4 same set of numbers straight on each ticket ot $4K on Pick-3 using the same method. If you win, you can chose to be anonymous.
Jul 2, 2015, 1:43 am - darthfury78 - Lottery Discussion forum

Can I be anonymous when I win in California?
GENERAL FAQS Can I be anonymous when I win? California state law requires that the California State Lottery release the winner s name and the name and location of the retailer where the winning ticket was bought. calottery.com/contact-us/contact-us-faqs
Jul 1, 2015, 10:30 pm - myturn - Lottery Discussion forum

Newlyweds win $15M Mass. Lottery scratch prize
Wow truly a life changing win for this couple. Good luck to them, and it's good they're talking to a financial advisor. Would have been my first move as well though, I would have remained anonymous
Jun 25, 2015, 10:05 am - Karate-1 - Lottery News forum

Would you be inclined to give a Panhandler a few $$ should you hit it Big?
If your town or city has shelters, church supported homes, then that is how I help with the homeless . Food pantries, food stamps, . Alcohol Anonymous AA . Drug interdictions and solutions are available. When I win then I would not feel guilty by walking past and giving to proven organizations such as those I mentioned. Of course I would have so much time on my hands that I could do more to help create a safety net.
Jun 24, 2015, 5:38 pm - music* - Lottery Discussion forum

Would you be willing to change your name in order to remain anonymous?
Whether for a short while or not? If so: Would you consider it a smart move to do so before you claim your jackpot winnings and perhaps after the press has gone on this wild exhaustive goose chase looking for _____________ you take back your Old name? l read where it has been done before- however would you consider it an option or not in your case, particularly in a State that absolutely prohibits anonymity for Lottery Jackpot Winners? Personally: Not sure. How about you? *** Have a ...
Jun 22, 2015, 11:43 pm - noise-gate - Lottery Discussion forum

Arizona $188.9M Powerball winner claims prize
Congratulations to this anonymous Power Ball winner! Kudos to the Arizona Lottery for following the spirit of the new law. Sure, I would like to know more but I do not have that right in Arizona. Will this affect sales ? Up or down ? $120 million before taxes !! Time to party
Jun 16, 2015, 7:54 pm - music* - Lottery News forum

UK lottery player claims £93M EuroMillions jackpot
In Australia, winners also have the option of remaining anonymous and most do. There was a kidnapping case back in the '60, a winners child was held for ransom, but sadly killed. The law was changed to allow anonymity as a result.
Jun 16, 2015, 1:51 am - myturn - Lottery News forum

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