Which may therefore well be this guy? A week after winning the record jackpot of Rs 77 million, the winner remains in the shadows. Whoever checked the 3, 4, 9, 14, 21 and 29 still has not shown at the headquarters of Lottotech in Ebony.
"We still do not know his identity. We had no sign of life, "says Will is in Lottotech. The winner would lose his winning ticket? Would it be a trip abroad? Has he checked his ticket yet? He prefers to wait before going to touch his check for fear of being spotted? Or would he goofed with his ticket? One to the board with an iron, as has already been another big winner before him? These questions remain unanswered and will remain so as long as he or she does not know.
While it was once customary to provide the name of the retailer who sold the jackpot from the drawing is complete, this practice was stopped for several months. "Even here, nobody receives information relative to winning ticket. We also are not aware of anything, but if we see that the winner soon before pocketing his winnings, we could give the name of the retailer. It has not yet decided at what time it will be done, "says a source authorized in Lottotech. For this detail will require an application to be made to the software company for a report.
If the winner does not come forward within six months, Rs 77 million will be placed in the National Solidarity Fund. This is where reverse Lottotech unclaimed amounts. And the amount is reached particularly high in four years of operation of the business of gambling. So far, Rs 154 million from unclaimed jackpots have been repaid. Just for 2013 Rs 40,728,754 have been paid in terms of non-affected players prices.
In addition to the Rs 77 million, there is another winner of a jackpot that has not yet made known. Whoever checked the six numbers drawn right of August 24, 2013 has also not yet acknowledged receipt of his check. He still has two months to come forward lest his money from to the National Solidarity Fund. The ticket was sold at Piment Rouge Snack at Boulevard Pitot.
In terms of taxes, Lottotech has contributed more than Rs 2.5 billion Consolidated Fund. For 2013, the amount is Rs 673,432,760. One says at Lottotech that "we firmly believe that our 2014 will be even more substantial contribution."
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