Posted: Wednesday, Dec 12,2018 | Time: 12:16 pm | Edited by: The Lottery Lab Staff
People try various unique, unusual, and creative techniques to win a jackpot. They purchase software or books, some pick birth dates as numbers, some leave it up to the Quick Pick method, some stick to the same number, some analyze past winning numbers. And then there’s the lottery pool. When the odds of winning the Mega Millions jackpot are 1 in 259 million, a single player has a small change of hitting the jackpot. To improve those odds, entering a pool can be the most reasonable technique. You can increase your odds of winning without spending any extra money. But after a big win, the excitement and shock of winning can soon turn into nasty disputes and a series of lawsuits. The most common dispute related to office lottery pools is that someone will claim that they purchased the ticket personally and it wasn’t the part of the office pool. For groups which regularly participate in lottery pools, another common problem is when someone played in the past but didn’t participate in the pool the week of the win. In this situation, the person who didn’t play may feel that they should receive part of the winnings. When there is a dispute, money can be tied up for months or years until the issues are resolved completely. The good news is there are some ground rules you can use to avoid such situations. Apply these 5 rules to enjoy your big win with your co-workers happily-
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