One of the most popular articles in the Business Insider a while back was a 'fake it till you make it' article: "13 Ways To Look And Act Like A Millionaire, Even If You're Not." Faking is fine, but the most important part of this list was missing.Read More
Newspaper and internet media photos showed a composed, slightly smiling older woman being shepherded from the lottery office. She looked fairly relaxed for someone who decided to receive her winnings in a lump-sum payment... an astounding $370.8 million before taxes.Read More
In July 2014, lottery winner Jack Long promised to give something back from his $60 million California Lottery Powerball jackpot. The retiree had originally bought three Quick Pick® tickets – one Powerball, one Mega Millions® and one SuperLotto Plus®, then went home and didn’t think much more of it until the night of the draw.
After promising to give back to his community, his Fontana Foundation of Hope is continuing to support a variety of local groups.
You can't fake a lottery ticket right? Well, try to check it at the store, or take it over to the lottery HQ and you'll quickly be told where to put it. Yes, in the trash. So how did Nolan Daniels manage to get away with this fake ticket - AND five days later trick two million FB'ers into clicking on the photo and giving 27,000 comments? All is revealed here. And here.