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# 28 Patricia 07:07 PM link edit hartwell lake poker run I want to know what the policy is in KY concerning powerball winners, and thier identity.
# 139 millionheiress175 07:00 PM link edit #139 how much was your lottery winnings?
# 134 gb 11:45 PM link edit In response to #134, I disagree that the lottery builds people up like celebrities.# 77 John B 09:58 AM link edit Look it has happened in other countries where the politicians took money.# 20 Lawrence 12:27 PM link edit My parents won the lotto in 2003 they were in a gambling gift cards group of 6 that won and the same thing happened they made a trust 1) to be anonymous and 2) so each person pays the right amount.# :10 PM link edit I wonder, what is really the reason for knowing who won the the lottery?
# 159 FranciscoNET 04:17 PM link edit I too wouldn't want my identity to be released, so that is why there are Partnership, LTD, ect in existence, so we can have some privacy.
# :16 PM link edit To the last comment- That is ridiculous.
# :15 AM link edit Okay, the only way that the winner of a lottery would be assured that he/she won't be killed by the first thief in existence in the state is to keep the information as confidential as possible.# 67 Larry F 03:49 PM link edit It's too bad the majority of states will not let you remain anonymous or collect your winnings slot die coating wikipedia using a Blind Trust.# 27 Danny Wang 03:17 AM link edit Kansas protects winners' privacy, too.# 25 Thomas Firestone 03:51 PM link edit I came from England a while ago and played the lottery there.# 132 LottoWinner 07:20 PM link edit I too would collect my winnings the way it's being done by many winners because privacy is what you want, if you happen to win.# 163 smiling at the wishful dreamers 03:26 PM link edit oh, btw, when you sign the blind trust, that IS when you use the alias.