From poor to rich

From poor to rich

From poor to rich

Today is the 2nd of december 2022, which means you only have 30 days left,until you grab your hands ,into one of the big super jackpot . To motivate you a bit here are some stories  of some lottery winners who went from poor to rich citizen,have  a look below:

From Bankruptcy to Jackpot Winner

Juan Rodriguez, a Colombian native who became a US citizen in 1986, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection in November 2004 when he had only $0.78 in his bank account and owed $45,000 to creditors. The New York court ruled that Rodriguez, who earns about $30,000 annually in his job at a Manhattan parking lot, would not have to repay his debts.

A court approved Juan Rodriguez’s bankruptcy; the next week he won Mega Millions

In addition to what he had in the bank, Rodriguez had $50 cash in hand. In a story that sounds like something straight out of an ad he spent $1 to purchase a Mega Millions lottery ticket and when his five numbers and Mega Ball matched those drawn on 19 November 2004, he was the sole winner of a $149 million jackpot.

Rodriguez elected to take the $88 million lump sum payout of the prize and at the time was the “richest man in New York Lottery history,” lottery officials announced. It was not clear if the bankruptcy court would reverse its earlier decision and require Rodriguez to pay back his debts.

Chris Shaw planned to take his children to Disneyland after winning the Powerball jackpot.

Shaw had purchased his winning ticket at the Break Time convenience store where he works. In addition to replacing two missing front teeth, he planned to take his children to Disney World in Florida. “I can be with them as much as I want now,” Shaw said.

Powerball Winner Had Just $28.96 in the Bank

Chris Shaw, a 29-year-old tattooed father of three who was raised by his grandparents in rural southern Missouri, was the sole winner of a $258 million Powerball jackpot in the draw on 21 April 2010.

“We didn’t come from money. For us it’s just going to be a huge relief to know I’m going to be able to pay my electric bill, my gas bill,” Shaw said. “I’m just a regular guy working paycheck to paycheck … well not any more,” he said.

Playing the lottery is, and should remain, a form of entertainment and you should never consider it as a way to make money, or to improve your financial situation.But if you perhaps end up winning the lottery consider making sure you make the use use of your windfall.

 

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Ways in which lotto wins are split?

Ways in which lotto wins are split?

Ways in which lotto wins are split?So, the question is, do lotto winners have to split the winnings?

Simply put, yes, they may have to split the winnings. Let’s get into the reasons.

Syndicate

A syndicate is a great way to increase your chances of becoming a lotto winner without spending huge money. You buy a share when you enter into a syndicate, and all other syndicate players do the same. All the money is combined to purchase a large amount of lottery tickets, increasing your chances of winning exponentially. However, in the event of a lotto win, you would split the winning equally between each syndicate share.

Multiple winners

More than one person might select identical numbers in a lottery draw. If these numbers were to win, the jackpot amount would be split equally between all of the lotto winners with the winning numbers.

Sharing the win 

You might have seen it on the news before; a group of friends or colleagues who have been playing the lotto together for years suddenly hit the big one. And when they do, they often split the winnings equally between everyone in the group. So even if you’re not part of an official syndicate, if you’re playing with friends, you might still have to split the winnings!

Charities 

It’s not uncommon for lotto winners to select a charity to donate some of their fortunes to. However, there are no strict rules in this regard, so you can choose whether or not to split your winnings with a charity of your choice.

As you can see, there are several reasons why you might have to split your winnings. Whether it’s part of an official syndicate or simply because you’re sharing the cost of the ticket with friends, in many cases, you will have to split the winnings if more than one person wins. So, if you’re ever lucky enough to win the lottery, be prepared to split the winnings!

But remember, even if you have to split the winnings, odds are it will still be more than you started with!! But who knows, maybe you’ll be the sole winner of the big jackpot. Either way, we wish you the best of luck in your future entries.

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Ways to celebrate win?

Ways to celebrate win?

 Ways to celebrate win?We’ve covered five ways to celebrate your first division lottery win below. 

If you’ve ever dreamed of owning a supercar, now is the time to buy one. Why not pick up an Aston Martin or a Ferrari? Or go all out and get yourself a Bugatti.

Throw a huge Party

If you’re not the type to buy yourself a new car, why not throw a big bash and invite all your friends and family? Serve up some of your favorite food and drinks and celebrate with those who matter most to you.

Take the money you’ve just won and spend it on a fantastic vacation. Whether you want to go skiing in the Alps or relax on a beach in the Caribbean, now is the time to do it.

Donate to charity 

If you’re feeling philanthropic, why not donate some of your lottery winnings to charity? Or, perhaps there’s a cause that’s close to your heart? For example, maybe you could put some funding into cancer research? Countless 

Play again

Why not celebrate by buying another lottery ticket and trying to win again? The more lottery tickets you play, the better your chances of winning. If you’ve won the lottery once, why not try to win it again?

So there you have it. Five ways to celebrate your first division lottery win!

 

#Goodluck!

 

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