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missed syndicate- can i buy all numbers myself?
A pool might be smart enough to have an agreement that includes a prohibition against members playing the pool's number on their own, as that would dilute the pool's winnings in the unlikely event they win a jackpot. Absent such a clause there's no certainty how a ruling would go in the event of a lawsuit, but if a member reduced the pool's winnings by playing the same numbers I think there's a pretty good chance that there would be a lawsuit. You don't need a good argument to file the lawsui
Dec 23, 2018, 2:36 am - KY Floyd - Lottery Discussion Forum

If you won MM/PB: would you allow a trusted family member to sign for you?
Her lawsuit suggests Etta May bought the winning ticket, but was so nervous to sign paperwork to claim the winnings, she let her son sign on her behalf. According to the lawsuit, Etta May Urquhart had her son Ronnie sign her ticket. https://www.lotterypost.com/news/258986 *key word lawsuit
Apr 23, 2013, 8:31 pm - Stack47 - Lottery Discussion Forum

Lottery Fraud
There's really no way to prdvent a lawsuit from being filed. I could file a lawsuit saying that I was in Ohio at that time and lost my ticket, even though I live in South Carolina. Of course the lawsuit would get thrown out. Keep your playslip, record the date, time and store somewhere,(but not on your ticket) It's also helpful if you have a receipt. If you win, sign your ticket, and contact a lawyer the next day. Get a certified copy, and put the ticket in a safety deposit box. This won't prdve
Jan 7, 2004, 5:53 am - Thomas Covenant - Lottery Discussion Forum

getting back to an old topic RNG controlled
lottobrain, very glad to read your perspective! Regarding your sentence, Suppose that they had found a way to actually program daily numbers into the RNG program to come out on specific days... , Eddie Tipton did that, and it's extremely well documented at Lottery Post. He did that on computers like the ones you described in Delaware. They all claim to be not connected to the internet, but that does not stop an insider. Here is the complete timeline of news stories documented at Lottery
Aug 3, 2021, 1:10 pm - Todd - Lottery Discussion Forum

More News on Jack
In a filing made in response to Caesars lawsuit, Whittaker said the casino actually owes him money because it agreed to give him a percentage of revenue from a slot machine he developed and to credit his gambling losses. The casino, owned by Harrah's Entertainment Inc., filed the lawsuit in 2005, a year after it said the bad checks were written. The case came to light recently when the documents were subpoenaed in an unrelated wrongful-death lawsuit against Whittaker. A couple of points
Jun 8, 2006, 9:09 am - Rip Snorter - Lottery Discussion Forum

Interesting happening within our lottery-pool at work... no not really
This has fustercluck written all over it. Besides the problems with the pool itself, if lawsuit comes out of it the company is almost certainly going to be included as a defendant, and I'm guessing that any major prize will guarantee a lawsuit. I'll assume that the partner, intern and notary are all non-participants? Based on the 26/696 share I'm assuming some people didn't choose to kick in the extra $50. How was it decided which tickets they have a share of? Even if the agreement spells tha
Jan 11, 2016, 3:57 pm - KY Floyd - Lottery Discussion Forum

Lawsuits against lottery playes
There is a lawsuit that is going to be interesting to watch and Todd posted the information under Forum News - it's about a retailer suing a player for not $20.00 but $350,000. Who in their right freaking mind gets involved in a lawsuit with someone whose job is STRICTLY to take your Dollars and exchange it with either a scratch off ticket or a lottery ticket? I can somewhat understand if it was a shady guy who wanted to avoid paying child support, but a female entering into an agreement with a
Mar 8, 2015, 7:14 pm - noise-gate - Lottery Discussion Forum

wow did this kid screw up
The stupid mistake is thinking that you've got a clue. It's an especialy stupid mistake, since I said I used a betslip. As for a lawsuit, you don't need a really good case. You only need the filing fee. As we've recently seen with a lawsuit over a pool, once somebody files a lawsuit even the share of the prize that isn't being disputed may be frozen until the case is settled. I don't see any reason at all to buy a ticket that the original purchaser didn't leave with, when they'll be glad to p
Mar 23, 2013, 12:43 am - KY Floyd - Lottery Discussion Forum

Judge taking CA MM lawsuit into.....
2005 3rd Quarter Press Releases: Article12.02.2005 SALES OF MEGA MILLIONS TO CONTINUE - Judge Takes Case Under Advisement SACRAMENTO At a hearing today in Sacramento Superior Court, Judge Connelly decided to take under advisement a lawsuit questioning California s participation in the MEGA Millions game. Judge Connelly is a very careful jurist and we have every expectation that his analysis of the issues will be very thorough. In the meantime, the California State Lottery wants to assure its p
Dec 3, 2005, 6:54 pm - Bradly_60 - Lottery Discussion Forum

Why do you need a lawyer to pick up your lottery check?
I doubt a lawyer would charge you 10-30% of your lottery winnings. They only take 10-30% if you win a lawsuit because they don't make you pay upfront. They get nothing if they lose the lawsuit. At most the lawyer would charge you a few hundred $$ an hour to prepare paperwork and show up at the lottery office with you or on your behalf.
Jul 22, 2010, 7:26 pm - iGlenn - Lottery Discussion Forum

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