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I’ve always wondered how would one accept their lotto winning without the world knowing their name?
well theres 30 lottos every week nationwide, i dont think the world needs to know 7 different names each day.
you cant..mega millions requires you to have your name printed in the newspaper or they wont let you cash your ticket
Some states (such as New Jersey), don’t give you the option for privacy. They will publish your name. New York allows you to claim your money anonymously.
The biggest thing I ever won was close to 5 thousand, getting 5 right in Lotto. I had to sign some thing saying these could use my photo (driver’s license) for publicity purposes. Last year I won a little over 900 in one of the jackpot things and didn’t have to sign anything. I do not know about your state but in FL they do have the right to publish your name. Someone told me that you can pay them not to do so, but I haven’t checked with them about it. If I won
even a small jackpot, say $200,000.00, I would not want people to know about it. I sure wouldn’t let them take a photo of me smiling and holding up a gigantic check. The best thing to do would be to call your local lottery office and ask them what happens.
You talk to a good lawyer before you take your ticket in. It varies by state. Some have more privacy protection than others.
When I win Powerball, I am going to dress up as a gangster for my publicity shot. Since I never dress like that, I’ll never be recognized. I’ll then be moving into a really rich neighborhood where I won’t stand out.
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