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Duck2000 PowerBall Chance #2 - Mon 11 Jan 2016, 5:52 pm

umm I have a fix for the law saying you have to claim it out loud !>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>vulture cure

If you win the lottery and want to keep it a secret, you've got to trust.
In other words, let someone else face the publicity.
We'll probably never know who bought the $24 million Lotto Texas jackpot ticket July 28 at a southwest Houston Kroger store because the winner claimed the prize through the MDDSS Revocable Trust.
Manfred Sternberg, a trustee for the Houston-based trust, represented the winner Wednesday at the ceremonial check presentation.

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Under Texas law, a lottery winner cannot remain anonymous, but the winner doesn't have to be an individual. It can be a trust, Texas Lottery Commission spokeswoman Kelly Cripe said.
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Information was not immediately available on how common it is for winners to form trusts before claiming their prizes, Cripe said.
Another Houston lotto winner used the same tactic in May 2010 when he collected his lump-sum payout of $48.8 million through the MAED Trust after a delay caused by a photocopier snafu that blackened the front of the ticket.
The man, who has yet to go public, purchased a winning ticket worth $76 million the previous October at the H-E-B Pantry in Alvin.

If You Win the Big Lottery Jackpot, Only Six States Will Let You Keep It a Secret - Mon 11 Jan 2016, 5:49 pm

@duck2000 wrote:umm I have a fix for the law saying you have to claim it out loud !>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>vulture cure

If you win the lottery and want to keep it a secret, you've got to trust.
In other words, let someone else face the publicity.
We'll probably never know who bought the $24 million Lotto Texas jackpot ticket July 28 at a southwest Houston Kroger store because the winner claimed the prize through the MDDSS Revocable Trust.
Manfred Sternberg, a trustee for the Houston-based trust, represented the winner Wednesday at the ceremonial check presentation.
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Under Texas law, a lottery winner cannot remain anonymous, but the winner doesn't have to be an individual. It can be a trust, Texas Lottery Commission spokeswoman Kelly Cripe said.
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Information was not immediately available on how common it is for winners to form trusts before claiming their prizes, Cripe said.
Another Houston lotto winner used the same tactic in May 2010 when he collected his lump-sum payout of $48.8 million through the MAED Trust after a delay caused by a photocopier snafu that blackened the front of the ticket.
The man, who has yet to go public, purchased a winning ticket worth $76 million the previous October at the H-E-B Pantry in Alvin.



that might work, thanks duck!

If You Win the Big Lottery Jackpot, Only Six States Will Let You Keep It a Secret - Mon 11 Jan 2016, 5:38 pm

umm I have a fix for the law saying you have to claim it out loud !>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>vulture cure

If you win the lottery and want to keep it a secret, you've got to trust.
In other words, let someone else face the publicity.
We'll probably never know who bought the $24 million Lotto Texas jackpot ticket July 28 at a southwest Houston Kroger store because the winner claimed the prize through the MDDSS Revocable Trust.
Manfred Sternberg, a trustee for the Houston-based trust, represented the winner Wednesday at the ceremonial check presentation.

ADVERTISING

 







 

Under Texas law, a lottery winner cannot remain anonymous, but the winner doesn't have to be an individual. It can be a trust, Texas Lottery Commission spokeswoman Kelly Cripe said.
#pmad-bt-frame {display:inline-block; width:540px; height:100px;} @media (min-width:1200px) and (max-width:4000px){#pmad-bt-frame{width:540px !important; height:100px !important;}} @media (min-width:1024px) and (max-width:1199px){#pmad-bt-frame{width:540px !important; height:100px !important;}} @media (min-width:768px) and (max-width:1023px){#pmad-bt-frame{width:540px !important; height:90px !important;}}  
Information was not immediately available on how common it is for winners to form trusts before claiming their prizes, Cripe said.
Another Houston lotto winner used the same tactic in May 2010 when he collected his lump-sum payout of $48.8 million through the MAED Trust after a delay caused by a photocopier snafu that blackened the front of the ticket.
The man, who has yet to go public, purchased a winning ticket worth $76 million the previous October at the H-E-B Pantry in Alvin.


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