I'm worried a shopkeeper has run off with my lottery winnings | The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE: COULD a shopkeeper have run off with my National Lottery winnings?

I have possibly won a large sum of money, but I think the shop where I bought the ticket has defrauded me.

I am a 52-year-old man. When my ticket was put through the machine it rang meaning a win.

The shopkeeper stared at my ticket, then disappeared under his counter before giving me a receipt for £30.

I objected but he said this was the amount I’d won.

When I got home from work I checked the unclaimed tickets and saw that there was one for a million pounds in my area.

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The numbers were the ones I sometimes use but not every week. The shopkeeper has disappeared.

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DEIDRE SAYS: It does sound suspicious but don’t jump to conclusions.

You need to report your concerns to the National Lottery as they are the only ones who can check the database for you (national-lottery.co.uk, 0333 234 50 50).

If you think a crime has been committed then contact the police or you can report this to actionfraud.police.uk.


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