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Man Who Won New Jersey Lottery Jackpot 3 Times Turns Out To Be A Scammer/Fraud

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Posted: July 25, 2016, 8:30 pm - IP Logged

or he did up until 4 1/2 months ago

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    he posts as mikedee on youtube

    Lol, I would freak out. ha ha

     

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      Lol, I would freak out. ha ha

       

      Yeah I would too but I wish it would have gone to an honest, real player. The MAD AMUSMENTS scam he runs has already shown that he is a scammer theif and I think thats only the beginning of it. His YT channel has maybe as many as 1000 videos of winners pretty much all $200 or more. He won 3 top prizes within a year. I dont care how many tickets a person buys, there is something sinister going on.

      The NJ Lottery did not produce any celebration for his 3rd $200,000 winner so I think they know it as well.

      Lottery scammers suk because there arent robbing the lottery. They are robbing the real honest players who dont really have much of a chance to begin with.

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        Posted: July 25, 2016, 8:48 pm - IP Logged

        Joanne the scammer would be proud

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          Any person who was a victim of fraud can contact their state attorneys office. 

          Online specifically its important to remain objective in data. There is a reason and culpability to persons who make accusations that may be unverified/confirmed.  Thus why laws are set up to refrain from slander or libel. Not sure I'd want to be the one who off the cuff made remarks that were without verification thu legal process or past court records....

          Is he a scammer?  I do not know. Yet I can say, Buyer beware when writing out checks.

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            Posted: July 25, 2016, 9:35 pm - IP Logged

            Lol, I would freak out. ha ha

             

            IF you won i wonder what you would spend $200,000 on. I  hope you WIN BIG soon. Good Luck White Bounce

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              IF you won i wonder what you would spend $200,000 on. I  hope you WIN BIG soon. Good Luck White Bounce

              Thanks.

              Most of the money would be deposited in Hamiltonincome, a financial investment firm. They guarantee 6% return every three months with little as a $1,000 deposit. That rate is higher than any bank can give.

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                Posted: July 25, 2016, 10:12 pm - IP Logged

                How can one create or predict a system to guarantee scratch off wins

                Creativity..

                " What's more likely to happen will happen.. "

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                  Any person who was a victim of fraud can contact their state attorneys office. 

                  Online specifically its important to remain objective in data. There is a reason and culpability to persons who make accusations that may be unverified/confirmed.  Thus why laws are set up to refrain from slander or libel. Not sure I'd want to be the one who off the cuff made remarks that were without verification thu legal process or past court records....

                  Is he a scammer?  I do not know. Yet I can say, Buyer beware when writing out checks.

                  A google search of "mad amusements + mike ducker" returns loads of independent complaints of being ripped off by his website so while I Agree thats not definite proof its pretty obvious whats going on. A lot of these complaints come from overseas so im not sure whst recourse they would have. Its imppssible foe me to believe that people all across the world are falsely accusing him of the same thing. As well ebay recently closed down his mad amusements selling ID due to these complaints. Yet his company website is still up despite several complaints over the last 3 or 5 years.

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                    How can one create or predict a system to guarantee scratch off wins

                    Yes it can be done with MATH. Ms, Joan Ginther showed it to be possibleYes Nod

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                      Posted: July 26, 2016, 7:54 am - IP Logged

                      From what I have read here, it doesn't seem like he is doing any kind of lottery fraud. In one of the articles he says he has spent about $135,000 on lottery. If that much is spent on scratch offs, then isn't a nice win bound to happen?

                      Someone at the lottery corporation would have to know exactly which roll of tickets was at which particular store and then tell him that info and then he would have to go to that store and buy the entire roll before someone else bought it. (That is the only way I could think of it being a scam).

                      If that's the case, why not go for the really big top prizes like ten million?

                      What seems to be more possible is that he may have a serious gambling problem and it is causing him to handle monetary aspects of his business incorrectly.  If that is the case I hope he gets help :(

                      Your post is a bit misleading because I thought you meant I would find info that would say he actually committed lottery fraud.

                      Personally, I am not one to judge people and I like to give them the benefit of the doubt. I hope his customers get the resolution they seek.

                      I am a $20,000 winner from a Georgia Lottery scratch off game called "$3,000,000 Taxes Paid"!

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                        Posted: July 26, 2016, 8:11 am - IP Logged

                        Thanks.

                        Most of the money would be deposited in Hamiltonincome, a financial investment firm. They guarantee 6% return every three months with little as a $1,000 deposit. That rate is higher than any bank can give.

                        That's interesting. Is the 6% taxed only if you withdraw it?

                        I am a $20,000 winner from a Georgia Lottery scratch off game called "$3,000,000 Taxes Paid"!

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                          That's interesting. Is the 6% taxed only if you withdraw it?

                          Not sure. I've never called them, just keep seeing their commercials on TV.

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                            From what I have read here, it doesn't seem like he is doing any kind of lottery fraud. In one of the articles he says he has spent about $135,000 on lottery. If that much is spent on scratch offs, then isn't a nice win bound to happen?

                            Someone at the lottery corporation would have to know exactly which roll of tickets was at which particular store and then tell him that info and then he would have to go to that store and buy the entire roll before someone else bought it. (That is the only way I could think of it being a scam).

                            If that's the case, why not go for the really big top prizes like ten million?

                            What seems to be more possible is that he may have a serious gambling problem and it is causing him to handle monetary aspects of his business incorrectly.  If that is the case I hope he gets help :(

                            Your post is a bit misleading because I thought you meant I would find info that would say he actually committed lottery fraud.

                            Personally, I am not one to judge people and I like to give them the benefit of the doubt. I hope his customers get the resolution they seek.

                            Yeah he says he has spent $135,000 and he has a $200,000 winner (2) $20,000 winners, (2) $10,000 winners, (1) $5,000, numerous $1,000 winners, at least 200 $500 winners, thousands of $100 and $200 winners posted on YT. along with who knows how many $5-$50 winners. This is not an amount of winners ur going to get spending nust $135,000 i dont care how lucky. I agree i doubt hes cheating the lottery although thats possible its unlikely. The point Im making is he was claiming he figured out  a system to beat the lottery and was even writing a tell all book (for sale now ). Turns out he has been ripping off several hundred people through his mad amusements website to fund his gambling addiction and that makes him a scammer/fraud.

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                              Posted: July 27, 2016, 12:07 am - IP Logged

                              "Personally im not the one to judge people"

                               

                              I bet you wouldnt buy anything off his website.