Prize Claim Subject to Insider Win Process
TORONTO, March 25, 2019 /CNW/ - A group of 12 from Simcoe County is one step closer to claiming their lottery win of $10,005 from the LOTTO 649 draw on October 6, 2018.
As one of the group members is related to an employee at an OLG retail location, this prize falls within OLG's definition of an Insider Win. Detailed information about the winners is included below.
As of today's date, this prize claim has completed the first step of a two-step Insider Wins process, which is an independent prize claim review by a third-party, working in partnership with OLG's regulator, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO).
To complete the prize claim, this prize will be held for a 30-day waiting period as part of OLG's Insider Wins process, in order for OLG to publicize the win. If there are no additional claims on this prize, it will be paid to the claimants on April 23, 2019 based on this 30-day wait period.
If the pay date falls on a day that is not a business day, then the following business day shall be deemed to be the pay date.
The ticket was purchased at Alfie's Variety on Cundles Road in Barrie.
The members of the group are:
Aaron Smith of Barrie
Anthony Luckman of Barrie
Brian Whitaker of Minesing
Gregory MacDonald of Barrie
Lee Whitaker of Minesing
Lisa Wrightson of Barrie
Nicole Pilieci of Barrie
Peter Montean of Barrie
Robert Patrick of Barrie
Robert Randall of Barrie
Simon Hall of Barrie
Tara Graham-Rayner of Barrie
Lisa Wrightson's daughter is an employee at an OLG retail location.
For more information please visit Claiming Prizes for Insiders on OLG.ca.
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