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The posts about online gambling have been removed. You are free to talk about using your system to play official government lottery games, but if you want to discuss a system that is for playing online you will need to find an online gambling website to discuss it on. Also, please do not post videos from other lottery websites.
Today, 8:29 am - Todd - Lottery Systems forum

Don't post pictures of winning numbers!
interesting... at one point it was ok to post a win cause it was believed that the i.r.s. was not going to come after small winners. but i remember what stop all that for me. it was around the time the government said they could go after people avoiding taxes and it somehow seemed to include lottery winners.. it had something to do with tracking money .. i think. .. overseas betting etc... but the story eluded to the government being able to hold a person liable if they found proof of winnings.. ...
Today, 7:08 am - headcrack - Lottery Discussion forum

Don't post pictures of winning numbers!
I probably wouldn't post anything over 5k, not because other members but because the US government is garbage and the IRS is unconstitutional
Today, 6:19 am - Nodda4me - Lottery Discussion forum

Arizona AG begins investigation of former Lottery director
Tony Bouie is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Trial by the press and public means nothing. The trials and tribulations of government service. I am sure that Todd Northrop and the Lottery Post staff will follow this story till the conclusion.
Yesterday, 5:22 am - music* - Lottery News forum

Why do jackpot winners feel the need for an attorney or financial adviser?
I'll hire a attorney just to look over any contacts to explain all the small print in them. I hire a financial adviser tell them up front what I'm really interested in listen to some of their suggestion. FDIC pays $ 250,000 per account. You figure out before hand interest your going to get on your accounts to it never excess the limit. Why? The government only pays up to $250,000, per. a account.If some thing happen in this bank let say one of your account is showing $259,000. The government wil ...
Feb 9, 2016, 1:20 pm - cbr$ - Lottery Discussion forum

Lottery bill scheduled for early hearing in Alabama Legislature
The best way show lawmakers that you support a state lottery, is to play other state lotteries. If revenue is leaving the state and funding projects in other states, politicians will come to realise that, letting the perfect be the enemy of the good, is not good economics. If you are unable to travel to other states, you can subscribe to the Massachusetts lottery by phone, from the comfort of your home. The good people of Massachusetts will appreciate the revenue, which is distributed to loca ...
Feb 9, 2016, 12:34 pm - myturn - Lottery News forum

Mark Cuban's Advice to Winner
Well said. Governments, local and national, make up the rules as they go and those rules are always in favor of you giving the government free money. Paying taxes on the same money twice should be illegal. One of my least favorite taxes is property taxes on cars. I pay sales tax when I buy the car, now I have to pay taxes annually for owning it?? Seems like double taxation to me!
Feb 7, 2016, 12:58 am - IJustWannaWin - Lottery Discussion forum

First lawsuit in state lottery-fixing scandal seeks millions
Guys accept it all officials in which ever government position they are in they are paid legal criminals :DDDD
Feb 4, 2016, 9:29 pm - LOTTOKING2016 - Lottery News forum

Va. grocery store worker's lottery ticket mistake turns into $7 million grand prize
The biggest argument for taking the cash is trust. Do you trust that the prize will actually be paid out over your lifetime? Keep in mind you are dealing with a government entity. For instance, just last summer/fall the state of Illinois stopped paying out on winning lottery tickets and presumably annuity checks for past winners due to a budget impasse. What happens to you if for some reason the check doesn't show up on time? Another consideration is taxes. They could go up or they could go d ...
Feb 2, 2016, 11:16 pm - LottoLucy - Lottery News forum

Can't beat the state P3 Odds but maybe
Evidently these State Governments could let us play for half the cost and still pay us $$$ double the payoff odds and still make a profit! I assume you believe that because you can prove it or you're throwing out BS to see if any of it sticks.
Feb 1, 2016, 2:26 pm - RJOh - Lottery Systems forum

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