Why Winning The Lottery Is The Worst Thing That Can Happen To You



What happened to the lottery winners in the past? Is winning the lottery actually a curse? How do people pick the winning lottery numbers? What if you won the …

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  1. Wooow! You have a lot of great ideas what you would do after winning the lottery. Do you think it should be mandatory to have a moratorium on the money for at least 6 months and a counselling before receiving the prize? Do you think one would handle the money more wisely opposed to collecting it immediatelly?

  2. This video is basically ''What happens when you don't know how to manage money.''.
    If you win that much, you're much better off investing it immediately and live on the rent for the rest of your days.
    Easy, quick and painless. Also the first thing you need to do is to remain anonymous, absolutely, or else these stuff will happen.

  3. That really sucks. I did some research and only 7 states allow you to remain anonymous. All other states require you to share your name and city publically to prove a real person won the lottery. If you win, you basically will have to change your name, move to a different state/country, hire security, and live the rest of your life in fear. This law is so stupid. Lawmakers don't care about the well-being of lottery winners. It's probably better not to win, than to live the rest of your life in fear. In California, you're required to have a picture taken of you holding the check showing your face, name, earnings, and city, and every winner is publicly posted on their website.

  4. If I won the lottery (either because I stupidly bought a ticket or someone did it for me) and was smart enough to remember this video, I would get rid of all the money, change my identity, and move somewhere else.

  5. i'll deal with it…in my country u have the right to remain anonymous…i won't tell a soul i won not even relatives, and i won't go on a crazy spending spree everything i buy will be low key

    yes if all of a sudden u start buying houses and cars everyone will wonder whats going on but if u pace your spendings and be discreet nobody will know…but alot of people are simply incapable of privacy and discretion and as soon as they win they go crazy…and then that saying" a fool and his money are soon parted" becomes reality

  6. I think I would see if I could pay off the television, radio, and newspaper to keep my name out of it and just say the winner has chosen to remain anonymous. Then I would spread it into so many foreign bank accounts, mutual funds, annuities, etc. (all only in my name) that no one would be able to get to it all.

  7. Step 1: hire body guards/ security.
    Step 2: pay those guards 3x what they ask,
    Step 3: buy a modest house
    Step 4: arm that house with the latest in security technology
    Step 5: buy armored vehicle to move to new house, arm the security system and camp out for a month ordering everything you need online.

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