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New York Lottery won't pay $25,000 for taped-up scratch-off ticket
Woman plans to file lawsuit against the lottery
By the time lottery officials told Patricia Manzitto that her winning ticket was a fake, she already had spent nearly half the $25,000 she thought she'd won.
But when Manzitto went to collect her winnings four days later, officials at the New York Lottery's Garden City center told her that it looked as if her ticket had been forged by taping two halves of different tickets together. Lottery officials refused to pay up.
Manzitto, 64, of Ea ...
Oct 23, 2007, 9:20 am - Lottery News forum
Tennessee House Speaker backs lottery oversight meeting
By Todd Northrop
Lottery Post feature: See the actual letter from Senator Kyle
A meeting of the Tennessee Lottery Oversight Committee inched one step closer today, as Speaker of the House James Naifeh, D-Covington, indicated his support for the meeting, according to an advisor for Senator James Kyle, D-Memphis.
Sen. Kyle sent letters Last Friday to the Speakers of the House and Senate, requesting a meeting of the oversight committee as soon as possible, after the Tennessee Lotteries ...
Sep 18, 2007, 10:36 pm - Lottery News forum
Another day another mistake for the Tennessee Lottery
Can it be possible?
It appears that once again the Tennessee Lottery has made a mistake so glaring it requires them to pay out two sets of midday numbers.
The lottery spokepeople must be getting tired of the mistakes too, because they didn't even attempt an explanation this time.
A terse statement on the Tennessee Lottery web site Monday evening reads as follows:
The official midday Cash 3 and Cash 4 numbers for Sept. 17, 2007 are 133 for Cash 3 and 6121 for Cash 4. Players can clai ...
Sep 17, 2007, 9:42 pm - Lottery News forum
Tennessee Lottery takes back refund offer
Today the Tennessee Lottery rescinded its offer from last week to refund tickets purchased with the wrong jackpot amount listed.
In a release issued on their web site, the Tennessee Lottery emphatically stated, The Tennessee Lottery is not offering refunds for Powerball tickets purchased last week.
The Lottery regrets any confusion or inconvenience created by recent reports concerning some tickets sold on Sept. 6 and the morning of Sept. 7, 2007.
The lottery stated that players have ...
Sep 14, 2007, 2:24 pm - Lottery News forum