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BANGKOK 24 June 2019 23:09
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National Lottery refuse to pay £4,000,000 to players who ‘bought ticket with stolen debit card’

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2 minutes ago, CanuckThai said:

This would be an awesome ending, if the owner of the stolen debit card was identified, and presented with the lottery winnings.  Karma at its finest....

Yes, it would be but in bureaucratic Britain an unlikely outcome.

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very interesting, would have to assume John already reported his card stolen but there might be a way round that

 

very interesting to see the outcome of this

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If the card owner had the money used from his account to buy the tickets replaced by the bank, the bank should get the willings as they paid for the theft. If the money has not been replaced the bank accounts owner "John" should get to keep the money as he paid for the tickets. These two bums should be charged with theft and fraud. 

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Why not just pay the £4,000,000 price into the bank account of the owner of the debit card, as he must be the real buyer of the ticket...👍

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