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After winning a £1,000 bet, betting firm refuses to pay up

Imagine you winning a bet worth £1000 and the betting company refuse to pay you!
This is what happened to a nursing student, Julius Ndlovu, who placed a bet on Roger Federer to win a set 6-3 during his Rome Masters match against Tomas Berdych after spotting odds of 2,000-1 on William Hill’s website. 149 more words


Just the Right Amount of Blessings

The ins and outs of life here, translated…

The five of us sisters, the money for the outings we head out on every week, other than being from our separate wages by the months, we’d welcomed those “donations” too; for instance, the amounts won from the receipts and from the lottos, my youngest sister who oversees the account hoped that we could all put… 510 more words


Stash Building: Renaissance Ribbons

Over the past few months, I’ve been growing my stash here and there but haven’t had a chance to adequately photograph everything so that I can share it with you. 236 more words

Stash Building

Top Ten Things Not to do IF You Think You Are Going to Win a Contest or the Lotto

This list was inspired by reading a story about a person who had a dream that they were a Lotto winner and went out and bought new cars before the drawing. 738 more words

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A cautionary list of what not to do if you're one of those folks who like to play ... the Lotto :) Courtesy of John Howell!

Day 11 - If I won the lottery

So I know I am a bit behind with this 30 day challenge, but I have been really busy trying to balance 4 jobs both paid and voluntary. 99 more words



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AtoZ Blogging 2015

BBB Tip of the Week: Avoid Lottery Scams

Better Business Bureau receives calls almost daily from consumers who got a letter or email stating that they’ve won a lottery or sweepstakes. The letter usually instructs the victim to deposit an enclosed check and then wire a portion back to the company to cover taxes or administration fees. 208 more words

Better Business Bureau