All That Dough and Still Working? She Must Be Nuts!

October 23, 2013 by  
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Jean Swatman, who won £2 million on the UK Lotto in June 2013, recently announced that she was keeping her job as a doughnut baker in a supermarket despite having millions in the bank. Although the 62 year old grandmother, who regularly starts work at 6am, has attracted criticism from people claiming that her lottery win may have “gone to waste” and that she should give her job to someone less fortunate, Jean is just one of many admirable lottery winners who want life to go on as normal.

Second $587.5m Powerball Winner Officially Named

December 11, 2012 by  
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The second half of the mega $587.5 million jackpot has finally been claimed, two weeks after it was won. The winner has been officially named as 37 year old married Matthew Good from Fountain Hills, Arizona, who is believed to work in the electronics industry. However, Mr Good has requested to remain as anonymous as possible, shunning a press conference which an official from the Arizona State Lotto attended on his behalf. Read on for more details and the statement made by Mr Good. Read more

£41 Million Euromillions Winners

February 7, 2012 by  
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Gareth and Catherine Bull have started 2012 in style with a £41 million Euromillions jackpot. The Nottinghamshire couple scooped a massive £40,627,241 on Friday 20th January but have no plans to quit work or move out of the six bedroom dream home self employed builder Gareth built for them in Mansfield. The lucky pair’s good fortune was a total fluke after Mr Bull bought the winning Euromillions ticket on a whim after he was unable to work one day because of the terrible weather.

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Euromillions Scam

November 2, 2011 by  
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Dave and Angela Dawes from Wisbech scooped a massive £101 million last month but online fraudsters are trying to cash in on their success with a EuroMillions scam. The lucky couples generosity has been well publicised after they pledged to share their wealth and make twenty friends and family members instant millionaires but now emails supposedly from the couple have been sent to try and trick members of the public.

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