# 106 Precious Metals 01:57 PM link edit Can anyone tell me - How does the government know if I give more than a 1000 to anyone?
# 6 lorraine 09:18 AM link edit I know if I won, I wouldn't want my name all over the place for gift cards cape town some crazy people, charities, churches, investment 60th gift ideas for dad firms, etc., to hound me for money or want to sell me something.
# :08 PM link edit For the guy who was terrorized in the small town, I do feel sorry for you, I really do, but why would you move to a small town where everyone knows everything about each other?
# 90 jvalentine88 09:09 AM link edit A friend of mine won the lotto 10 or 11 years ago (before cash option and set up a trust to manage the money rather than to remain anonymous.# 72 A 10:15 PM link edit In response to A, You should really cheer up buddy.# 3 Bryan Price 02:39 PM link edit Trust information is public information and can be obtained from the Secretary of State.# 48 Lawrence 01:25 PM link edit Why even bother wasting your money in the first place?# 126 Neighbor of a Winner 07:37 AM link edit Can you set up a trust in California to receive money anonymously, like for the Mega Millions for example?# :07 AM link edit Btw, of all the major 'big' winners (powerball).# 142 JC from RI 02:33 PM link edit I am surprised to see comments about claiming prizes anonymously.# 125 The Ghost of Jack Whittaker 01:47 PM link edit My neighbor won 18 mil.# 136 Stephanie 02:51 PM link edit Well, it sounds to me that the majority of us posting here have probably spent too much time fantasizing about what we'd do and how we'd handle the chaos that would surely surround being a multimillion dollar lottery.# 29 A Ben Schnauzer 11:17 AM link edit sounds like my husband or soon to be ex nothing would surprise me # :22 AM link edit "Keep it under yer hat" works better in Texas, fer some reason.# 93 I'm watching George Lopez and he's funny.# 115 Rogers Cadenhead 10:20 AM link edit It's funny, your response insinuates I am an angry new d I'm not.# 31 dethspud 03:39 PM link edit I am glad who ever won the lottery keep the name secret cause hitting the lottery is great but it is a homocide waiting to happen!# :03 PM link edit If I won the lottery I would prefer to stay private.# 20 Lawrence 12:27 PM link edit My parents won the lotto in 2003 they were in a group of 6 that won and the same thing happened they made a trust 1) to be anonymous and 2) so each person pays the right amount.# # # For more information on Alabama's disaster recovery, visit www.# 2, brian Carnell 11:25 PM link edit, yeah, keeping lottery winners names secret is definately legal in Ohio.# :05 AM link edit 1) 1st off, there are several types of Trusts that can be formed in order to protect a person's privacy.# 27 Danny Wang 03:17 AM link edit Kansas protects winners' privacy, too.# 46 john skeens 10:21 PM link edit great advice about trusts.