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Can you see yourself allowing someone to claim a lottery jackpot for you

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Posted: March 13, 2013, 8:33 pm - IP Logged

Q:  What is the difference between a flounder and an attorney?  A: One is a scum sucking bottom dweller, the other is a fish.....  Bada Bing........ Jester

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    Posted: March 13, 2013, 8:50 pm - IP Logged

    No.

    And especially not a slithering, squirming, writhing, undulating, lawyer.

    LOL, I concur

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      Posted: March 14, 2013, 12:22 am - IP Logged

      no, I would never allow anyone else to claim a prize for me. Search for "Etta May Urquhart" to see what happens if you do.

      That story is an exception- not the rule.If the Mother's story is true the son stole from them, plain and simple.

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        Posted: March 14, 2013, 9:39 am - IP Logged

        That story is an exception- not the rule.If the Mother's story is true the son stole from them, plain and simple.

        if my name was to remain anonymous, yes.

        "If you can DREAM it, you can DO it!"- Walt Disney

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          Posted: March 14, 2013, 2:46 pm - IP Logged

          if my name was to remain anonymous, yes.

          I Agree!

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            Posted: March 14, 2013, 3:28 pm - IP Logged

            if my name was to remain anonymous, yes.

            I agree also. It's not just that I don't want to have to say "no" (although that's part of it), it's that there are too many dangerous people in this world. What you have to worry about the most are people who will hurt (or even kill) you, or a loved one, to get at your money. There are too many stories out there about crimes committed against lottery winners for anyone to not consider the added security and peace of mind by not having your name revealed to the world. You might never know where the danger is coming from until it's too late.

            It was always in the stars for me to be a lottery winner.