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  1. Great idea. I wouldn’t want it to be known that I won millions.

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  2. Don’t blame him or her! I wouldn’t want anyone but my family knowing I won 🤷🏽‍♀️

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  3. Still gonna spend it on the wrong crowd and loose lips sink ships lmao. Complete waste of time. Coulda got a lawyer and had him represent lol.

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  4. He owes child support 😂😂😂🤣

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  5. The question should be,why does anyone need to know, why do we have to go in front of the world. I won tell me where to go, give me my check thank you and that’s it.

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  6. Some states make it mandatory to claim in person.

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  7. Great idea. Their money, their disguise.

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  8. Smart thinking. Can’t hide your name, but at least you can hide your face. Having to show your identity causes so many problems it’s scary!

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  9. Awesome idea!! He should’ve had handcuffs, duck tape, & ropes with him😂😂

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  10. Everyone should be allowed to remain anonymous

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  11. Ridiculous because I heard the taxes are high on that money and then you mess around and buy the motel at Disneyland and the bluff that hall then your broke

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  12. Iwonka I’d be up there as you or with the Batman mask 😂

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  13. Fake news. They don’t want you to know when you purchase a lottery ticket, you’re really paying for illegal immigrants food, shelter, etc

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  14. Get a bodyguard, tax advisor, lawyer, set a monthly budget. Dont spend for 6 months.

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  15. I would have done the same thing. The less people know the better it is. I would not put my face out there if I WON the Lottery.

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  16. I have my mask ready! Winning the lottery is both a blessing and a curse. When winners have to show their face and be on the news, it puts a target on their backs for greedy people and criminals. It’s a vicious world when large sums of money are involved.

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  17. Lol,i know a guy who came into Millions first thing he did was build a high fence,To keep all the long lost Cousins out..😂😂

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  18. It says on the back that you agree to show yourself on tv or something , at least for the powerball in Illinois ( shown here )

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  19. I mean I can’t blame them. Especially if they live in Chicago.

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  20. In Illinois you have to appear but no one says you cant wear a mask.

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  21. This person is smart as hell! It states you have to claim it this way, but doesn’t say you can’t conceal who you are! This person is brilliant!

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  22. I don’t blame him. In Jamaica wouldn’t want no one that I got money. Not too safe there.

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  23. He’s going to be able to buy a lot of knives now lol

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  24. Great idea!!! Why do they have to appear in public anyway? They have a right to collect their prize without being hounded by people seeking money.

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  25. I would be on a plane out of here so fast!!

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  26. I would have done the same thing! People out here are crazy! If they know who you are and what you have, they will try to kidnap you, your kids, family members, hold them for ransom, take advantage of you, sue you, rob you, whatever!

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  27. I think I may have gone with a different character mask, perhaps something a bit more positive.😎

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  28. Anita Calfee..that’s something someone would do to have a other way to avoid paying child support and arrears lol

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  29. Never agreed with making people go public when they win. People have lost their lives this way. It instantly makes you and your family a target and puts you in danger.

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  30. Goodmorning well i don’t blame this person at All. Money draws everything family members you haven’t saw at least 20years or More. Friends who claim i was their for You…Etc..

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  31. Illinois should allow winners to do this. No one needs to know that you won.

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  32. The reason why they require your identity to be made public is due to Freedom of Information Act as well as so ppl won’t claim that the lottery is scheming ppl who gamble and holding onto to the money and that real ppl is actually winning… Can’t put it in exact words but I hope you get what I mean but yes a certain percentage does go into paying for social services, etc

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  33. Smart man. I should’ve done this when I won that $100 so my kids wouldn’t ask me for v-bucks.

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  34. Smart human. I’ve been to Jamaica and the panhandling there is by far, the worst I’ve ever experienced anywhere.

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  35. I don’t understand why you would have to announce to the world you won. I think you should be able to protect your identity from those who may want to swindle you out of the money you won. It should be nobody’s business but your own and the lottery people’s business that you won. If you want someone else to know that should be your choice to let them know.

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  36. I find it funny how America is posting our news. Is it that unbelievable? I’d to the same thing when collecting.

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  37. He freaking stole my idea!!? I always said if I ever win I’d wear a mask so no 1 would know I’d won n dip! On people..

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  38. Well if you want to know who won, look at the guy that quit work abruptly, and is ordering drive thru in a Bentley GT.

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  39. No on should be forced to give out their names for safety. As soon as you are identified you are a target by someone. Your life could very well be in danger.

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  40. His family and friends already know he’s got the cash and they’re the ones he has to watch out for. Don’t forget about someone saving him from himself either. The hustlers and shakers can smell the cash, regardless of the mask.

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