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#1 2013-12-31 20:20:10

Leo
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UnLucky Lottery Winners

Jeffrey Dampier thought the smart business investment was using his $20 million Illinois lottery winnings to invest in a gourmet popcorn business in Tampa Florida. Unfortunately he was not smart in other area's as was caught by his wife having an affair with his wife's sister which went south and she killed him.

Jeffrey had it all, yet still was not good enough, he had to push his limit until his luck ran out.



Cheers.

Leo

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#2 2015-06-21 04:20:29

couple2
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Talk about ‘a-lotto’ craziness - I just read the most tragic story the other day about a man that committed suicide because he mistook that he and a friend had won over 2 million on the National Lottery.
   
Apparently, he and his friend played the same numbers every draw and had thought he had bought the ticket for that draw but had somehow forgotten. He was so depressed he shot himself in the head, leaving his wife and two children behind.

Later on, it was discovered that even had he played the numbers that he and his friend played all the time, only 4 of the 6 winning numbers would have been on that ticket. The English Coroner’s inquest questioned the Lottery and was concerned that Lotteries may be the cause of future problems for the community.

A family was destroyed by a misunderstanding and the missed chance of only winning 54 pounds with his friend, his share would have been 27 pounds – the equivalent of about $60.00 US. What a shame someone made such a huge error in what the numbers were that had been drawn against numbers they thought they played and forgot to purchase.

Over the years, I’ve heard of a few tragedies over the Lottery and supposedly winning or not being able to collect winnings or simply because the riches destroyed the ‘lucky’ winners life. Does money really mean that much to everyone?  Is money really the root of all evil? Sometimes when you read stories like that you have to wonder, is it really worth ‘hitting the jackpot’? Well it’s time for me to go to the 7-11 to get my weekly tickets … maybe you’ll read about me one day – or maybe not.

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#3 2015-07-31 16:39:46

MrMustang500
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Re: UnLucky Lottery Winners

Change of pace here is a lucky lottery story...


B.C. Lottery website has a glitch which leads to one million dollars in retroactive winnings from a display issue on the BC Lotto game website. The BC Lottery Corporation stated it is now retroactively awarding a combined one Million dollars to 9 lottery players after a computer glitch had prevented them from finding out they had won the money.

The lottery game issue was with the lotto game Wizard Of Odds slot game on the BCLC website, and was affected all the way from July/2014 to June/10/2015. The BCLC determined the issue was from an incorrect configuration setting on the lottery game which then prevented the proper signaling of the progressive jackpot win. They removed the lottery game from the website as soon as they found the game had a glitch, then began a thorough review of the games data.

The technical issue only applied to the players who had progressive wins while playing the online game and had bet at least a one dollar bet. Some players who had actually won money were completely unaware of the the fact they had won winnings. All players who lost money on the game during the 11-month period will be reimbursed. BC Lottery Corporation is paying out nearly 1.1 Million dollars to 9 players due to this software screw up (error)

The error message did appear when players hit the jackpot, they just did not get paid and did not realize the fact they should have been paid lottery winnings.


I was glad to hear the software issue was found and the players/winners we now being paid, which in it's self is very lucky indeed.

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#4 2017-12-24 05:41:49

Funmooz
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Jack Whittaker 55 year old from West Virginia winning $315 million in Powerball lottery on December 25, 2002, now many years later had wished he had ripped up his winning Powerball lottery ticket. He helped out lots of people with gifts and donations, even giving the person who sold him the winning Powerball ticket $100,000 just to be nice. After the news spread about Whittaker’s luck of winning the lottery, people started suing him and soon the number of lawsuits against him had reached 460 lawsuits. Then about five years later he got divorced and his only daughter died.

It just seemed that after his big win fall of winning $315 million in Powerball, his whole life collapsed around him, seemed like big wealth just opened the doors for his down fall, very sad as winning all that loot should have made for a very happy life.

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