I don’t mean avoiding taxes nor letting the IRS know about any winnings. I mean, after winning the Lotto, is there a way someone can avoid letting the general public know who the winner is?

 

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  • Yes there is, but it’s unlikely anyone who can’t spell anonymous could pull it off.

  • Not really…when you buy the ticket you agree to allow the use of “you” were you to win, ie, your name, likeness, etc.

  • Yes, someone did it in Birmingham. They have claimed it anonymously and all the media can report is that they claimed it in Birmingham.

  • italianlotto.blogspot.com

    October 26, 2010 at 9:19 am

    yes but it depends on lottos you play – some don’t require you to reveal your personal details e.g. like Superena lotto or Euromillions

  • Ask me about The Beatles

    October 26, 2010 at 9:28 am

    No. Since federal law requires you to pay taxes, you’ll have to give them your SSN to get your $$$.

  • Yes, I actually won a $2000 scratch ticket, and I had to go to lottery department to claim it..
    They ask you if you want your name to be on media, just say no

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