In a June Craigslist post, a Cumberland County lottery winner offered to sell a $1,000 ticket for $800. It is not against the rules in North Carolina for players to resell their winning tickets. But if sellers owe back taxes or child support payments, by reselling their ticket that money goes uncollected instead of being automatically withheld by the lottery.
In a June Craigslist post, a Cumberland County lottery winner offered to sell a $1,000 ticket for $800. It is not against the rules in North Carolina for players to resell their winning tickets. But if sellers owe back taxes or child support payments, by reselling their ticket that money goes uncollected instead of being automatically withheld by the lottery.
In a June Craigslist post, a Cumberland County lottery winner offered to sell a $1,000 ticket for $800. It is not against the rules in North Carolina for players to resell their winning tickets. But if sellers owe back taxes or child support payments, by reselling their ticket that money goes uncollected instead of being automatically withheld by the lottery.

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September 29, 2016 03:30 PM

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