Lotto 6/49 & Ontario Encore Winning Numbers 22/10/2014

Wednesday 22/10/2014

LOTTO 6/49 estimated jackpot $5 million
10, 13, 24, 29, 31 & 32. Bonus 7.

LOTTO 6/49 Guaranteed Prize
42383612-01

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ONTARIO 49
1, 10, 31, 34, 36 & 42. Bonus 27.

POKER LOTTO

Winning Hand: 8-C, 9-D, 10-C, A-S, 7-C.

Legend:
C = CLUB,
J = JACK, H = HEART,
Q = QUEEN, S = SPADE,
K = KING, D = DIAMOND
A = ACE

MEGADICE LOTTO:
10, 15, 19, 28, 33 & 38 Bonus 1.

PICK-2: 4 2

PICK-3: 7 0 5

PICK-4: 9 8 9 9

ENCORE: 6101854

DAILY KENO
3, 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 25, 27, 28, 31,
35, 40, 41, 42, 45, 46, 64, 65, 66, 70.

MidDay lottery winning numbers

PICK-2: 1 9

PICK-3: 6 6 4

PICK-4: 1 9 2 1

ENCORE: 8577302

DAILY KENO

6, 9, 16, 18, 22, 27, 28, 29, 41, 43,
44, 51, 54, 56, 57, 58, 60, 62, 63, 70.

LC-2014-AD-01-500A Lucky Black Squirrel (Lottery Charm®) pin was used to hold the winning grand prize ticket for the lottery (previously known as Dream Of A Lifetime Lottery) on a corkboard in the office of LotteryCharms.com® creator Ric Wallace.

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The numbers that appear on this site do not constitute official winning numbers. Please contact your local retailer for confirmation.

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luckology-ad-03A Lucky Black Squirrel (Lottery Charm®) pin was used to hold the winning grand prize ticket for the lottery (previously known as Dream Of A Lifetime Lottery) on a corkboard in the office of LotteryCharms.com® creator Ric Wallace.
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LOTTO ALERT – Bob Erb is NOT giving you CASH

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If you win $25 Million on Lotto MAX and start giving away money like Bob Erb, scammers will start using your name to scam others so they can steal people’s identity.

If an email from Terrace millionaire Bob Erb arrives with the news that you have won a lottery for some of his money, don’t believe it.
Erb’s wife Jenny Lemmerick said Thursday that Erb has given away $7 to $8 million of the $25 million he collected from a Lotto Max draw in 2012, but his generosity now is limited to groups.

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Other lotto winners who make the news for giving money away could face the same problems. Possible victims will be asked for name, age, address, telephone number and occupation for a cheque to be issued.

N.S. lotto winners scam continues to circulate
Con artists claiming to be a lottery-winning Nova Scotia couple are continuing to draw victims around the world, three years after the original scam surfaced.
Violet and Allen Large won the lottery in July 2010, but the couple gave away nearly all of their $11.2 million to charities and families.
Not long after, emails surfaced from an unknown sender claiming to be the couple. In it, it says the Large family will share their fortune with the recipient if they send a small amount of money first. The email also included a link to a CBC News version of the story online.

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Tom Crist Email Scam: Lottery Winner Says Hoax Is ‘Unfortunate’
An email scam circulating the continent is exploiting the generosity of Calgary lotto winner Tom Crist.

Crist, who won $40 million dollars in lottery money last year, made headlines around the world when he announced he would funnel all his winnings into a charity set up in his late wife’s name.

Win Big on the lotto, consider avoiding the media and limit the information you give the lottery corporation issuing your check. When they ask what you are going to do with your BIG WIN maybe say undecided or put the check in the bank. Limit information that could put you or your family safety at risk. Saying you are taking 3 months off to travel the world, means your home will be vacant and open to thieves.
A Window WITHOUT ALARM STICKERS has a higher chance you may be a victim!

You are FREE to do what you want with your WINNINGS. Saying you are giving the money away and media featuring this will be used by scammers to convince people to supply name, age, address, telephone number and occupation to steal their identity.

If you get an email saying you won money or they are asking for “name, age, address, telephone number and occupation” delete it or report it.

At the time of writing this posting, we got this phishing email about a United Kingdom lotto winner.
IT WAS NOT FROM Dave Dawes as it claims.

Notice there is a Russian Cyrillic character (My fiancй ) in the email and they are linking to a real news posting to fool and scam the recipient. We removed some of the email address – XXXXX

Dear Lucky Recipient,This is a personal email directed to you, I am Dave Dawes, My fiancй and I won a Jackpot Lottery of 101 million pounds (101 Million GBPS),and we have voluntarily decided to donate the sum of 1 million pounds (1 Million GBPS) to you as part of our own charity project to improve the lot of 5 unknown lucky individuals all over the world plus close friends and family.If you have received this email then you are one of the lucky recipients and all you have to do is to contact Barr. Eduardo with Code: BMTU1005 via email ( barr.eduardo@ XXXXX ) so that he can send your details to the payout bank for fund disbursement.You can verify this by visiting the web pages below.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/8820740/101m-lottery-jackpot-winners-Dave-and-Angela-Dawes-to-give-millions-to-friends-and-family.html

Good luck,
Dave Dawes.

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