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Big lottery win could easily be followed by big loss
By Laura Petrecca, USA TODAY Sure, the odds of winning tonight's $640 million Mega Millions lottery are daunting. But the likelihood of the winner keeping his or her cash are pretty disconcerting as well. By Mike Groll, AP Mega Millions lottery winners ...

Will Winning the Lottery Ruin Your Life?
By Robert Frank With a $540 million lottery drawing tonight, we hear lots of stories of lottery winners gone bad. There was Jack Whittaker, the West Virginian who won $315 million in 2002. He was robbed at a strip club, and his granddaughter died under ...

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Has any one else rec'd an e-mail stating they were a Yahoo Lottery winner of a substantial amount of money? by KB Q: I just opened an e-mail informing me that I had won a substantial amount of money from the Yahoo International Lottery Organization. I think it's just another scheme trying to get money out of people. But I have entered some contest so I thought I should check it out since it is a nice chunk of cash that they are talking about. Thanks for any input. MC

A: This is a SCAM. Check out the below link for confirmation of various email scams hitting the internet and how to report them : http://www.consumerfraudreporting.org/lotteryscam_Yahoo05.php http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/or... Unscrupulous thieves have sent you this email and they are trying to part you from your hard earned cash. They will often ask you to call a premium rate number and keep you holding on whilst you rack up a huge phone bill. They are then paid a large proportion of this phone bill. They may ask you to divulge personal information about yourself or ask for your bank or credit card details. Do not divulge any such information under any circumstances. It is surprising how many innocent victims have been duped by these types of emails. Just remember the thieves who send them are very clever and extremely convincing. I suggest you delete the email and send it into cyberspace, hopefully along with the thieving scumbags who send them. Check out these sites for further information : http://www.scambusters.com http://www.hoax-slayer.com/

How can I forward to you an email scam that is using the YAHOO logo as lottery winner? by HUTCH Q: Yahoo winner? I think not but it makes it look like it is sponsored by YAHOO!

A: Most of the fakes that are circulating are made to look like Yahoo, but Yahoo does not conduct lotteries. Yahoo does not give away money. Yahoo does not sponsor such junk. This is spam email and should not even have been opened, much less believed.

is a lottery winner required to be a resident? by Q: I am an american expat. I spend most my time outside the usa. IF i win the lottery do i have to stay in the usa? Also would i have to live in the state i won the lottery in

A: no you don't have to. its just your age. you don't have to stay in the USA with your money.

Michael Carroll lottery winner and neighbour from hell? by chileaug l Q: Do you think this guy is skint now, and back in his old job as a dustbin man?

A: hope so the ugly git should have spent his money wisely and got some serious plastic surgery

Is Yahoo going to do something about the FAKE LOTTERY WINNER e-mails that come with yahoo's name attached? by Susan K Q: I received two e-mails in two days stating I was a winner of a lottery held by the UK Yahoo division.

A: gosh i hope so

I am a lottery winner and like to start a job so what job is the best and money maker ? by pazar Q:

A: I'd say just get a regular job and forget about the money you just won and only dip into it if you need the money i tell most people if they ever won a lottery don't touch the money for a year at least keep some like say you won $1M keep about $25K after taxes are taken out then divide up the money into 12 CD's(or some other intrest gaining low risk thing) that last a year and open one up a month at a time so that when they mature you will open another one but keep the intrest after taxes for your "monthly allowance" also when you get lots of money all of a sudden evreyone is your friend and wants money even your relatives and very distant relatives will come calling so if you lock up the money they will not be able to swindle you for evreything. oh yeah if you do wish to give close family or friends money open a checking account with them using whatever you want to give them as the money that gets put in to your joint account this way they probably won't have to claim the money for taxes(they already taxed you once why let them do it again!)

What does happen when someone is announced as a U.S green card lottery winner? by K i a Q: What procedures do you need to follow after being selected ?

A: After you are selected, now you must apply for the immigrant visa at US Embassy of your country, or file for the Adjustment of Status if you are in US. The letter from the Department of Status should have instruction to what to do afterwards. http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/81807.pdf http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-485.pdf And you will get interview and Consular Officer at US Embassy or Immigration Officer at local USCIS will decide the result.

the lottery winner who is going to invest in utility bonds and a savings account using the following data:? by tmonestock Q: Assume that her total winnings are $ 800000, that the utility bonds will pay 3 percent per year, and that the savings account will pay 2 percent per year.

what if you were in a bar/club and saw a lottery winner bring in their big check the lotto gives them? by EMUmonster Q: i saw a lady on tv win 2 million dollars. then a couple hours later me and a friend are in a bar/club and were drinking our beers and then the lady who won along with her family are all celebrating and in her hand is the big 2 million check the lotto gives its winners. do you think she was wrong to bring the check with her?

A: Well, to each his own. Seems to me the last thing you want to do is flaunt it. People who come into money that quickly don't always know how to handle it. There are numerous stories of lottery winners who wind up broke within a few years. Personally i'd be sitting down with my accountant, my broker and my immediate family and figure out a definite plan for the future. Partying with my friends and family, Absolutely, but that check would be in a safe and secure place.

Has there ever been a subscription jackpot Lottery Winner? by ... Q: I know Megamillions and Powerball offer subscriptions of 26, 36, 52 plays. But is it worth it? B/c I have never heard of a subscription winner winning the jackpot. Its mostly people who buy from gas stations and what not. I'm trying to decide if this is a good option to purchase tickets. I was thinking of playing quickpicks by subscription. But I've never heard of any jackpot winners who won by subscription.

A: I have heard of subscription winners for second prizes or 3rd or 4th but never the whole jackpot. You are right in saying that people do win from tickets from gas stations etc..

$2M Michigan lottery winner defends use of food stamps and still is on foodstamps? by Q: What is wrong with America? People who do not work are getting food stamps and money from the people who work so hard to make a living, yet we have to pay a lot of taxes. I am one of the few who works in my neighborhood. Here many of them do not work at all. They're always at home watching TV while hardworking people like me work over 40h a week and yet week can't go for some vacation because the high taxes that keep these parasites doing nothing at all.

A: he reported the winnings to the state , they are the ones who said keep using the debt card. once again it is a problem with our government and how it writes and passes the laws.

Where or whom can I contact regadins messages from Lottery winner ...and some others? by pes2000oax Q: I kept answering: Before I release any personal data, please do issue a money order to my name Pedro Esparza Sandoval, payable at any bank in Mexico City.... After many back and fort messages, the last time they contacted me from "FBI bureau" (Can you believe that?) What I am looking is an international authority that really deals with these kind of messages.

A: Most all of this sort of fradulant e-mail activity originates from Nigeria, where the laws are weak and the authorities are easily bribed. Little can be done to prevent it. For a piss-poor country such as Nigeria, these internet scams are a major source of "hard-currency" (US dollar, UK pound, you know REAL money) for their local economy. The officials there simply "look the other way" About the best one can do is scambait the b@$^@#ds and have some fun in the process. "So what is scambaiting? Well, put simply, you enter into a dialogue with scammers, simply to waste their time and resources. Whilst you are doing this, you will be helping to keep the scammers away from real potential victims and screwing around with the minds of deserving thieves." "It doesn't matter if you are new to this sport or a hardened veteran; if you are wasting the time of a scammer, or frustrating them in any way well that's good enough for us, and we would welcome you to join with our now very large community." More at: http://www.419eater.com/ Enjoy :-)

How long does it take for an American visa lottery winner to receive green card after arriving USA? by Q:

A: you get an I-551 stamp in the passport at the airport which serves as a temp green card The green card proper will be mailed to the address you gave within 60 days ..usually even quicker

What should be done to the big time MI. STATE LOTTERY winner who was found to be using Food Stamps? by Q: OK, what was his political party affiliation.It sounds like he was an older white Conservative.

A: What he is and was is a democrat. We are talking Michigan after all. In republican states he would have been cut off the dole a long time ago. This is a prime example of what goes on in a liberal state. Make as many people as possible dependent upon the state and then keep them there. He is complaining that he paid 50% in taxes. He won $2 Million so he is "only" a millionaire and he needs those food stamps.

How do Conservatives KNOW the Saginaw, Mi lottery winner/Food Stamp user is a Liberal? by Q: They don't. This just shows more of their prejudice. At first they were saying he was a black man too. He's not! He's white, in his 50's and bitshes about paying taxes. Sounds like a Tea Bagger to me.

A: They don't, of course. As usual, they are using some bizarre example in order to try to launch ad hominem attacks on liberals, without proof of any kind. That is how they operate.

Would it be normal for a lottery winner to buy the Lord title? by Q: Me and my girlfriend won 6.7 million pounds on the British lotto and a few weeks ago. We were thinking whether it would be worth purchasing the Lord and Lady title. It's not really that important, but what do you think?

A: That sounds like an absolutely capital idea dear boy! You know, it would be the best £3 million one would ever spend. Being a titled gentleman brings with it so many advantages dear boy, such as the very best table in Claridges and the finest cigars and brandy at the Clermont. Leave it with me dear boy, one shall see what one can do.

If you was a Powerball Lottery winner, what kind of corporate business would you start? by Rooker Q: And would it be a privately (LLC) or publicly (INC) run business?

A: What kind of corporate business depends on what the expertise of an individual is - for example, if you work in a gym, then setting up a franchise for a health club in a new location will help as you are familiar with that business already. LLC or INC depends on what the long term prospect of business is - if it were upto me, I would start with an LLC when I am small and hopeufully move to INC later as LLC gives the protection I need from law suits.

What type of accountant and attorney should a multi-million lottery winner look for? by GarcoBliss Q: Or what type of accountants and attorneys do multi-millionaires have? What's a good online place to search for them? Also, what's a good online place to search for personal managers or someone who is responsible for managing everyday things in a multi-millionaire's life?

A: You look online and you'll attract every greedy thief from here to Nigeria. Do it yourself, take care of your OWN money...

. I have received a microsoft International Lottery winner and unfortunatly I send my information? by Q: I have send my personal information like cell-phone number and home phone number , address and then I suspected that oh my god it is a scam what I must do now?

A: As long as you haven't sent your social security number, or any credit card or bank account numbers, then you can relax because you don't have anything to worry about. Everything else like phone numbers and your address is already public information. If you have sent any bank/CC info, you need to call those companies and have the accounts/cards changed. SS# I'm not sure what to do if you sent that, call your local social security office.

Is it possible to be a microsoft lottery winner? by cbkerpuddin Q: I received an email stating that I had won a microsoft lottery.

A: It's a scam. If you don't enter a lottery you can't win it.

If a lottery winner takes winning over time & dies, does remainder go to estate or the State? by Q: Winner of time payments die before total pay out, where does balance of amout due go. Estate or State?

A: any remainder that has not been paid out does not go to the estate. the state keeps it.

Can the winner of DV Lottery change the status within United States? by Jam J Q: My husband was selected as one of the DV Lottery 2010 winners? We are both in the United States, going to school. Is it possible to get our green card here without going back to our home country. We've been told that people can change their status without traveling. What are the procedures? Anyone did it before?

A: Yes, it's possible. Make sure that you both are in lawful status and maintain your status (e.g. attend college on F1, don't work off campus without authorization, etc). Also, adjustment of status (I-485) will have to be approved prior to the last day of the DV lottery period, prior to September 30, 2010.

Do I have to go all the way to Atlanta to cash a $150,000 GA Lottery winner? Or can they do it in Gwinnett? by ump_at_home Q: There is a GA Lottery office in Gwinnett County that does larger wins, but I don't know if they can do winners THAT big? Anyone know? Please only answer if you know the answer.

A: You must go in person..I just check with them

What do think of that lottery winner who is still collecting welfare? by DarwingotnastyontheBeagle Q: Do you think lottery winnings should be taxed based on the amt they win? Like $200mil winner taxed more than the $2mil winner. http://m.yahoo.com/w/news_america/blogs/detriot/2m-michigan-lottery-winner-defends-food-stamps-172712202.html?orig_host_hdr=news.yahoo.com&.intl=us&.lang=en-us

A: At the surface it sounds wrong. But I have paid so much to the government that I would take anything I could get back. So if they are legally qualified to collect welfare or anything else from the govt then more power to them.

How do states get away with taking extra "fees" away from a lottery winner? $259m lump sum is 88m after taxes? by chippewa97 Q: If the lottery is worth $259 million, $129 million lump sum, and then only $88 million after taxes, what happened to the first $130 million? Where does it go? How can states get away with this?

A: Those are the rules. If you don't like the terms, then don't play. There's nothing that they're "getting away" with. They offer a game where a moron can win millions of dollars with no skills or intellect. A moron usually wins. Idiots who play the lottery should thank their lucky stars that they won, because they could never acquire that kind of money through hard work.

Dv lottery winner inquiry to fill in the application? by Rahi Q: I won the DV lottery 2009. I was sent applications to fill. they asked for a permanent address in the USA. I have a cousin there but I am not planning to stay with, so I didn't write any addresses. then someone told me it is a must to write an address there. what can I do to change this mistake after I already sent the application and if I can't change it will it have any negative effect on me during the interview for the visa. and what is your advice?

A: Before to do this you should have asked someone. Important, you must have a sponsor in USA. And an address to get your mails from the state dept for the LPR Greencard to be issued. read your DV Instruction good. You can give it at the time of interview.

A coworker says a lottery winner will have to pay taxes even after taking home a fraction of the winning purse? by brjr1 Q: For example, winner wins $100M and takes the lump sum of $30M. Where does the $70M go? Will winner have to pay taxes on the $30M?

A: The permanent taxes of lotteries is included in the cost of lotto tickets.

Does anyone know how to get some information about USA especially for lottery winner? by miti f Q: My husband and I won lottery and after sending our applications we are waiting for interview invitation. We don’t know which city is the best to live and to work. Which handcraft or craft is better in order to find a job? My husband has mine B.SC. & I've diploma. .My husband has mine B.SC. & I've diploma.

A: here is a link that has some good statistics about the best places to live and work in the United States. http://money.cnn.com/magazines/moneymag/bplive/2006/ good luck

list of states which allows a blind trust for a lottery winner? by Quiz Q: I was just curious about which states allow a person to claim the lottery,mega millions and any other type of jackpot game through a blind trust (and no i haven't won the lottery, YET). P.S. The states im really interested in are Pennsylvania, New jersey, New York and Connecticut.

A: I'm sorry i can't answer you completely because i know for sure only about Texas that allows a blind trust for lotto winners. mm

What is a period of time Green Card Lottery Winner must enter US? by Eli B Q: I won green card in Diversity Lottery, I have an interview scheduled in May. After I receive my green card, is there a specific period of time I must enter US? Thanks!

A: If you're successful, then the visa placed in your passport is valid for 6 months. You must travel within that time frame. Good luck :)

help please:A lottery winner must decide between two methods of payment? by Q: A lottery winner must decide between two methods of payment. Choice one is to receive a lump sum of $100,000,000. Choice two is to begin with one cent on day 1, three cents on day 2, nine cents on day three, and so on until the end of 22 days. Part 1: Which choice should the lottery winner select?

A: Take the second option. Tripling the amount every day for 22 days will result in a bigger amount. Plus you get to keep all the accumulated money from the first 21 days.

Do you consider a serial lottery winner lucky or skillful? by Q: Richard Lustig won seven top lottery prizes totaling over $1M, and smaller prizes totally hundreds of thousands of dollars which he accumulated over 17 years. Does he have a method, or does he just have pure luck running through his veins? http://abcnews.go.com/Business/time-lottery-winner-offers-winning-method/story?id=11940379 He won top lottery prizes seven times, and smaller prizes totaling hundreds of thousands of dollars over years. He's not cheating. He didn't hack into the lottery computers. He continues to win.

A: Extraordinarily lucky.

Can I still redeem a scratch off lottery ticket winner if it is badly damaged? by J P Q: I accidentally washed a $20 dollar winner for a scratch off lottery ticket, but somehow the bar code and serial number still is intact. Can I still redeem it?

A: Yes, as long as the clerk can scan the ticket you can get your money.

For a lottery winner which payment choice is better : the lump sum option or the multi year annuity? by Gary L Q: Just wondering in case I ever win. If the winner accepts the multi year annuity and dies before the annuity is paid in full, will the remaining money be paid to the winner's heirs?

A: I have this debate with friends all the time. Let's start with some facts/assumptions. 1) Typically the annuity is paid out over 20 years. 2) If you accept the lump sum you typically get half the payout. 3) Tax rates will continue to be progressive, that is higher income amounts will be charged higher rates. Unless you are an investment genius, the annuity is probably the best route. If you are indeed an investment genius you can probably earn enough money on the lump sum to make it worthwhile. Reasons for taking the annuity: 1) You get double the money even if it is paid out over time. 2) Federal tax rates are 10%, 25%, 28%, 33% and 35%. If you take the lump sum, nearly all of it will be taxed at the 35% rate. If you take the annuity much more of it will be taxed at a lower rate. 3) Many, many lottery winners end up in bankruptcy as they are not very good with their money. They would have been much better off taking the money over time as that if they screw up (like so many do) they will have that steady stream of income over 20 years to help bail them out. If you blow the lump sum, it's gone. Those are my thoughts. Good luck winning the lottery and if you win, good luck managing your money.

What short film had a fake lottery winner delivered by the waiter? by Q: It was about a group of friends who were celebrating their friend's birthday with his wife. They went into a restaurant, and when the birthday guy stepped away, his wife asked the waiter to give him fake lottery results as a prank. The guy thought he had won and he confessed to his wife that he has been cheating on her with her sister, and then left her. I loved it, I just can't find it. Thanks.

A: "Friends"

Do you think a lottery ticket winner has the right to privacy? by WinonaGal Q: I saw a thing on the news this evening about three bankers claiming a large lottery jackpot in Connecticut. Apparently, the person who won sent them and wants to remain anonymous. Some people are unhappy about this and want to know who won. I wonder if you think the winner has a right to privacy and that we all have no need to know?

A: Yes. When they win millions of dollars, if their privacy is not kept, they can be targets for all kinds of mis-behavior.

Aren't there any lottery winner stories with happy endings? by Jameson D Q: I always hear about people winning the lottery and then ending up with nothing. Seems like something bad always happens to them. I know the media usually only covers "juicy" controversial stories but are there any recorded accounts where lottery winners actually end up better than they did before winning the lottery? I'm just curious.

A: Yes, there are many. But as you say, you won't hear about it in the media because, well, happy people don't make for exciting news stories. You can see a few of them on TLC's "Lottery Changed my Life" though. Money doesn't buy happiness, we all know that - although we all think we'd be happier with more of it :-) In my opinion, winning a large sum of money doesn't change you, it makes you more of what you are because you now have bigger means. I think your relationship with money doesn't change with the amount you have. For example, I know people who make $100,000 a year and can't make ends meet, because they live way above their means. If they won the lottery, they wouldn't magically turn into wise investors, they'd more likely just spend more money and keep living above their now higher means. They'd go from being in debt to being in debt... I think that if you're already happy with your life and you are smart with your money, you'll get a happy ending! And trust me, there are plenty of those.

wnat to know the email address of a german lottery winner who refused to take the lottery amount? by robert Q: Dear sisters,brothers is there any one knows the email address or a phone no or postal address of a german lottery winner who refused to take the lottery amount which he won recently robert

A: why did he do that i want it tell him he could give it to all the poor people out there and good luck getting it

how do I stop receiving all the spams regarding lottery winner and inheritance emails? by Maggie W Q: how to I get rid of all the spam emails regarding british lottery winner, inheritance, and money given to next of kin emails????

A: The best way to get rid of. Copy the email address and block it in the box then they will stop sending. Or else just detele and ignore them

Why should a lottery winner have to give millions away to their ex? by Gandhi Q: A £56m lottery winner has been forced to pay a chunk of his jackpot to his ex wife who walked out on him 10 years ago for another man!! That's right,...SHE walked out on him for another man TEN YEARS AGO!! How can this be right? http://uk.news.yahoo.com/5/20101122/tuk-lottery-winner-forced-to-pay-ex-wife-45dbed5.html All thoughts welcome.

A: I agree with Erskine, however surely something could have been put in place where the Child is still provided for and maybe even a lump sum put aside for the Child. The mother is a gold digger.

How many % of California Lottery goes to the store of winner lottery ticket? by Rick Q: The store receive 1000 dollar check from the lottery, how many % and what is the amount the winner won? for CA lottery.

A: The store receives zero percent of the winnings, unless the winner wants to give it a tip.

How is the percentage of a single winning lottery figured out if you are a single winner in your own state? by smspatches Q: I have tried to figure out how and what all is taken out of a lottery winners winnings. I have seen on TV that some single winners in their own state who have won over 300 million dollars,and end up with only about 30 million, how is this possible.

A: The big 300-million dollar jackpots are for games like Mega Millions and PowerBall. These are multi-state drawings. So there might be only 1 winner from Iowa, but for that same 300-million dollar prize, there might also be 1 winner from California and 1 winner from Florida. (I'm just making up any states.) So the person from Iowa wins only 100-million. They take the "lump sum" which means they get only 1/2 of it right now rather than the whole thing over 20 years. Now they are down to 50 million. From that, the government takes 20 million in taxes, leaving them with only 30 million dollars. ******GOOD NEWS******* You will NEVER have to worry about this problem because you will NEVER, ever, ever, ever, EVER win a big jackpot prize. I won't ever win one either! This is the truth. Buy just ONE ticket once in a while for the dream of "winning it big". Any more money spent is a total waste.

I have got a mail from Yahoo! Groups that I am a yahoo lottery winner & will get 50000 pound. Is it true? by Q: I have got a mail from Yahoo! Groups that I am a yahoo lottery winner & will get 50000 pound. For that I need to send 500 dollar by western union or moneygram so that they can proceed in regards. I am confused. Please tell is it fake or true?

A: 100% scam. There is no lottery. There is no Yahoo, Coca-Cola, MSN, Microsoft, BMW or any other company in the entire world that sponsors a lottery that notifies winners via email. There is only a scammer trying to steal your hard-earned money. The next email will be from another of the scammer's fake names and free email addresses pretending to be the "lottery official" and will demand you pay for made-up fees and taxes, in cash, and only by Western Union or moneygram. Western Union and moneygram do not verify anything on the form the sender fills out, not the name, not the street address, not the country, not even the gender of the receiver, it all means absolutely nothing. The clerk will not bother to check ID and will simply hand off your cash to whomever walks in the door with the MTCN# and question/answer. Neither company will tell the sender who picked up the cash, at what store location or even in what country your money walked out the door. Neither company has any kind of refund policy, money sent is money gone forever. Now that you have responded to a scammer, you are on his 'potential sucker' list, he will try again to separate you from your cash. He will send you more emails from his other free email addresses using another of his fake names with all kinds of stories of great jobs, lottery winnings, millions in the bank and desperate, lonely, sexy singles. He will sell your email address to all his scamming buddies who will also send you dozens of fake emails all with the exact same goal, you sending them your cash via Western Union or moneygram. You could post up the email address and the emails themselves that the scammer is using, it will help make your post more googlable for other suspicious potential victims to find when looking for information. Do you know how to check the header of a received email? If not, you could google for information. Being able to read the header to determine the geographic location an email originated from will help you weed out the most obvious scams and scammers. Then delete and block that scammer. Don't bother to tell him that you know he is a scammer, it isn't worth your effort. He has one job in life, convincing victims to send him their hard-earned cash. Whenever suspicious or just plain curious, google everything, website addresses, names used, companies mentioned, phone numbers given, all email addresses, even sentences from the emails as you might be unpleasantly surprised at what you find already posted online. You can also post/ask here and every scam-warner-anti-fraud-busting site you can find before taking a chance and losing money to a scammer.

What is the sum of money required for a winner of a DV lottery? by Q: For a DV lottery winners it is important & vital to show & prove during the interview that we have 12 years of school and a a sum of money, one day I read in a newspaper that for a DV lottery winner it's required to get at least sum 3000 $ but browsing yahoo answers a member said that it s required to have 10000 $ ,is it right ? thanks for answering :o)

A: It depends. They will judge it based on how likely you are to get work and where you say you are going. I had a friend who had a job offer with his own company he worked for in Dublin and he had 75,000 euro is savings, he got in fine. I would say a minimum of 20-30k.

What time are they announcing the lottery winner? by Q: What time are they announcing the lottery winner for the Mega Millions on T.V. California Western Pacific time?? What channel is it? i can't find it on my T.V.

How can I become Green Card Lottery winner? by hf2163 Q: I'm from HK SAR. It seems that It is very differcult to win this lottery(according to DV-2007, there are only 81 person won who are from HKSAR). So, How can I become a winner besides sending out the application? US Green Card Lottery

A: Go to Greenland.

What happened to Millionaire Brad Duke the lottery winner that wanted to become a billionaire? by jonathan A Q: Back in 2005 this lottery winner won $220 million which turned out to $85 million after taxes. He wanted to be a Billionaire in 15 years. I ran the numbers and it was basically impossible to do but has anyone talked about him or how far he has come? has he grown his fortune? or does he have les than when he started?

A: Included below is a breakdown of what he did with his winnings. He was using $35 million in his investments in aggressive investments to help become a billionaire. After the commities and real estate downturn last year, I do not think a billion dollars is doable in the near future. Brad Duke, 34, a director for five Gold's Gym permits in Idaho, pocketed a bump figure of $86 million following captivating a $222 million Powerball jackpot in 2005. He exhausted the primary month of his new-fangled life bringing together a squad of monetary consultants. His objective: to employ his captivating to turn out to be a billionaire. The following list shows how he used up his money. •$12,000: yearly present to all family member •$45 million: Safe, low-risk investments such as municipal bonds •$125,000: Mortgage retired on his 1,400-square-foot house •$63,000: A trip to Tahiti with 17 friends •$35 million: Aggressive investments (best bonus in lottery) like oil and gas and real estate •$18,000: Student-loan repayment •$1.3 million: A family foundation •$65,000: New bicycles, including a $12,000 BMC road bike •$14,500: A used black VW Jetta

lottery winner !!? by senzy Q: heyy.. i have got a sms saying i won US$116,000,000 and my sister had sent a lottery sms before to get into the lottery so i called the number that was given and they said that i had won so i have to give my name and contact no. and ticket no. so i e-mailed them the company's name is maxmillionwinner.. does it xist ? do u think itz scam ??

A: my sister got the same sms and she went thru all the damm process and she ended up lookin so stupid becoz this is a very big SCAM...do not give out any kinda personal information be careful about ur bank acount i mean just forget it but if u wanna see that for urself DO NOT give out any kinda information coz i know what this is all about...

Lottery Winner? by Hello Q: Dear friends I have received one mail. Its says my mail ID won lottery draw of worth 350,000 pounds. They have send certificate copy of the lottery company BARCLAYS. Saying that, to get the amount u have to pay cable fee of 460 pounds within 10 days.. Please clarify.....

A: scam

Lottery winner? by lfdson Q: Help with this one.My husband got a letter in the mail the other day telling him that he was a winner of a lottery. We don't know what to think.It was send with there names as Global International lottery Ageney. With a chech for $4,785.00 which is a portion of your winnings to help you pay insurance and processing fees you may encounter. And with it had a web site www.thelotter.comThe bank ck is wachovia bank,na it said to get a hold of a AGENT: miss karen walker TOLL FREE 1-866-544-7536 OR FAX: 1-604-879-3299 . What do you all think. Deb Hello, no this was send in are home -house mail box not online. deb

A: It's a scam. And a well known one to boot. Do not contact these people in any way whatsoever. Any legitimate lottery or agent thereof would never contact you by email. Period. This is the second most common financial scam email after the Nigerian Finance scam and it's variants. They want money. Barring that, they want personal information. At the very least confirmation that your email address is live so they can send you more spam. At the very least delete it. Better yet, report it to your mail provider or follow the advice given on some of these sites.

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