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Cracking the code of the lottery: How this retired couple won millions | 60 Minutes Australia

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14 aug. 2022

Who doesn’t dream of winning the lottery? Jerry and Marge Selbee certainly did. But unlike almost everyone else, they know what it feels like to win. And win. In fact, they are so good at it that over the years they have made more than 39 million Australian dollars. But as Liz Hayes discovers, this retired couple are not the luckiest people alive. They’re just smart. They did the sums and worked out how to beat the system. And when the very charming Jerry and Marge went large, Hollywood couldn’t wait to get in on the action.

1 Lottery scammer – rapist conned UK lotto for $3m – Edward Putman – Kings Langley, Hertfordshire

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  • Bij de loterijfraude (2,5 miljoen pound) is het precies een IT specialist, die in het fraude departement werkt, die onderdeel is, om de constructie mogelijk te maken (lottery fraud drove IT worker – working in fraud departement! – to suicide).
  • Bij de leningfraude is het de vastgoedadvocaat die de meest onvoorstelbare domme professionele fouten maakt als advocaat, bij herhaling én dat daarbij een onvoorstelbare constructie in elkaar gestoken wordt, dat men zo roekeloos is dat men dit durft en dat dit lukt.
  • Dit stemt tot nadenken voor beide voorbeelden.
  • pathologische leugenaar waardoor een brandweer commandant van onberispelijk gedrag in de gevangenis terecht komt.
  • 3 ONMOGELIJKE voorbeelden uit de Times, telkens een constructie die op niets gebaseerd is

2 Lottery fraud : Lucky 7 – the fifth estate

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Gepubliceerd op 14 sep. 2016
Someone collected a huge lottery prize that really belonged to someone else. From 2012, Linden MacIntyre brings you the climax of a story the fifth estate first told you in 2006 when we discovered that some lottery ticket buyers had their winnings cashed in by crooked shopkeepers.

As the fifth estate investigation revealed, one particular insider lottery jackpot looked especially fishy. It was a family that claimed a huge $12.5 million jackpot in 2004 with a ticket issued in their store. After police charged three members of the family with fraud and money laundering, the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) was swamped with calls from people claiming to be the rightful owners of that winning ticket.

It would take a dying woman’s intuition and the OLG seven years to find the true winners of that lottery jackpot. How it happened is a true-life drama full of strange twists, false claims, counter-claims, court battles and a nifty new computer program that can meticulously track the habits of people who play the lottery game. OLG investigators reveal to the fifth estate how they found them, and the lucky seven ordinary guys who suddenly struck it rich speak publicly for the first time since their win

3 Couple Speaks After Homeless Man They Raised Money For Accuses Them Of Stealing | Megyn Kelly TODAY

Gepubliceerd op 27 aug. 2018

 
When Kate McClure ran out of gas, Johnny Bobbit, a homeless veteran, helped her by giving her his last $20. McClure and her boyfriend Mark D’Amico decided to repay him by starting a GoFundMe account, which quickly raised $400,000. Now, Bobbit is saying that the couple has misused the funds and that they have not handed over his money. D’Amico says after Bobbit ran through $25,000 in 13 days, he didn’t feel safe handing over the rest of the money. The couple is now taking measures that they hope will help
 
About: TODAY brings you the latest headlines and expert tips on money, health and parenting. We wake up every morning to give you and your family all you need to start your day. If it matters to you, it matters to us. We are in the people business

4 – $400,000 Couple Raised For Homeless Man Is Gone, Panel Reacts | Megyn Kelly TODAY

Gepubliceerd op 5 sep. 2018

 
After raising money for Johnny Bobbit, a homeless man, Kate McClure and her boyfriend Mark D’Amico appeared on Megyn Kelly TODAY, claiming they didn’t want to turn over the funds for fear of Bobbit wasting it. They also claimed they did not spend the $400,000 they raised for him on themselves. However, it was just revealed in court that all of the money is gone. Megyn is joined by TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie and NBC’s Jacob Soboroff.
 
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5 Homeless Man, GoFundMe Couple Charged In Scam: TODAY Anchors Weigh In | TODAY

Gepubliceerd op 16 nov. 2018

 
Mark D’Amico and Kate McClure – the New Jersey couple who went viral for raising $400,000 for a homeless man after they said he helped with their car – as well as the homeless man himself, Johnny Bobbitt, have all been charged with second degree theft for allegedly scheming people out of their money. TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen shares some tips with the TODAY team about how to stay careful when using crowdfunding sites. »
 
 
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6 In alleged scheme, couple, homeless man accused of raising $400,000 ‘on a lie’

Gepubliceerd op 15 nov. 2018

 
Prosecutors say the trio’s entire story was fabricated to earn money from kindhearted people through GoFundMe.

7 GoFundMe couple and homeless veteran SCAMMED $400k face 10 YEARS in Prison

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Gepubliceerd op 15 nov. 2018 204K

GoFundMe couple and homeless veteran who scammed well-wishers out of $400,000 knew each other for a MONTH before they concocted the fake story – and now all face 10 years in prison for lying…

8 FULL: Police say New Jersey couple, homeless man conspired on fraudulent GoFundMe campaign

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9 Confronting Belle Gibson – the health advocate who faked cancer | 60 Minutes Australia

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Gepubliceerd op 11 dec. 2018

It was the lie that rocked Australia. Belle Gibson doesn’t have cancer – she never did. Belle claimed unscrupulous natural therapists duped her into believing she was dying, but 60 Minutes revealed the proof that this is a lie too – Belle Gibson is not a victim. She is a fraud. 

For forty years, 60 Minutes have been telling Australians the world’s greatest stories. Tales that changed history, our nation and our lives. Reporters Liz Hayes, Allison Langdon, Tara Brown, Charles Wooley, Liam Bartlett and Tom Steinfort look past the headlines because there is always a bigger picture. Sundays are for 60 Minutes.

10 Furniture CEO Fakes Own Death – Crime Watch Daily With Chris Hansen (Pt 1)

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Gepubliceerd op 12 apr. 2017
 

Jose Lantigua, the CEO of Circle K Furniture in Florida, is accused of faking his own death and pretending to die from mad cow disease.

More on this here: https://crimewatchdaily.com/2015/09/1…

Check your local listings at http://crimewatchdaily.com

11 Furniture CEO Fakes Own Death – Crime Watch Daily With Chris Hansen (Pt 2)

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Gepubliceerd op 12 apr. 2017

Jose Lantigua, the CEO of Circle K Furniture in Florida, is accused of faking his own death and pretending to die from mad cow disease.

More on this here: https://crimewatchdaily.com/2015/09/1…

12 Furniture CEO Fakes Own Death – Crime Watch Daily With Chris Hansen (Pt 3)

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Gepubliceerd op 12 apr. 2017

Jose Lantigua, the CEO of Circle K Furniture in Florida, is accused of faking his own death and pretending to die from mad cow disease.

More on this here: https://crimewatchdaily.com/2015/09/1…

Check your local listings at http://crimewatchdaily.com

13 Furniture CEO Fakes Own Death – Crime Watch Daily With Chris Hansen (Pt 4)

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Gepubliceerd op 12 apr. 2017

Jose Lantigua, the CEO of Circle K Furniture in Florida, is accused of faking his own death and pretending to die from mad cow disease.

More on this here: https://crimewatchdaily.com/2015/09/1…

Check your local listings at http://crimewatchdaily.com

14 Store clerks caught on camera cheating lottery customers out of winnings

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Gepubliceerd op 10 mrt. 2016

Most convenience store clerks in Wisconsin are honest people, but the I-Team found a handful of clerks trying to cheat customers out of their lottery winnings.

15 Ex-store clerks seen on camera stealing lottery tickets in Connersville

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Gepubliceerd op 13 nov. 2017

Former store clerk Reagan Santana Richardson is set to be sentenced this Friday in Fayette County for her involvement in the theft of scratch-off lottery tickets at Miller’s Discount Tobacco store in Connersville located at 704 Eastern Avenue. Call 6 Investigates has learned has been offered a plea deal that will not include jail time but will require her to go on probation and make restitution.

16 Clerks cashing in ‘losing’ lottery tickets

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Gepubliceerd op 5 mei 2013
 

As seen on KOIN 6 News during its 11 p.m. newscast Sunday, May 5, 2013.

17 Dateline NBC – Goofy store clerk gets caught in lottery ticket sting

 Gepubliceerd op 13 jul. 2011

Dateline NBC with Chris Hansen ran a lottery ticket sting operation in New York City to find which convenience store clerks would lie and steal the winnings for themselves. This goofy guy who got caught is worth checking out!

18 Fake pregnancies, cancers, funerals: Arabella Del Busso on ex lovers claims | 60 Minutes Australia

1 jun. 2020

There’s no better feeling than being in love. And there are few worse feelings than love gone wrong. When it happens it can be bizarre, and at times incredibly cruel. Former couple, rugby league star Josh Reynolds and Instagram lingerie model Arabella Del Busso, can certainly attest to that. As is often the way with modern romances, their attraction to each other was as instant as it was passionate. But their relationship ended as a very public police matter. Then the story got even stranger. Claims of fake pregnancies, fake cancers, fake funerals and domestic violence caused more scandalous headlines. Many people assumed Josh was just another footballer behaving badly until it emerged that Arabella was not necessarily the victim she said she was. In a special edition of 60 MINUTES, Tom Steinfort speaks to the warring parties as he explains this twisted tale of doomed romance.
 
For forty years, 60 Minutes have been telling Australians the world’s greatest stories. Tales that changed history, our nation and our lives. Reporters Liz Hayes, Allison Langdon, Tara Brown, Charles Wooley, Liam Bartlett and Sarah Abo look past the headlines because there is always a bigger picture. Sundays are for 60 Minutes.

19 Documentary: The Lottery Liar

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9 mei 2017

The bizarre story of how painter and decorator Howard Walmsley deceived his wife, family, friends — and bank manager — into believing he had won an £8.9 million (US$11.5 million) jackpot in the UK National Lottery. https://www.lotterypost.com/news/312606
 
Neil de Jager
“I had to lie, otherwise she would know the truth.” A statement more revealing than an IQ test.
David Dunn
This is funniest documentary I have ever seen! I could not stop laughing at them . Are they serious??? 😂 I thought it was hilarious at the end when the prisoners nick named him bonus ball , fucking hilarious 😆
Paul Carney
I came home about a year ago, with a large smile on my face, I asked my wife what would she do if I won the lottery? Her exact words – “I would take half and leave your ass!” I said “here’s ten dollars, have a good life.”
 
 
edward wigmore
A lottery winner is like a carcass. The vultures start circling. When the meat is gone they move on to the next victim.
luke connell
‘’His nickname in prison is bonus ball’’ sorry but that had me dead 😭
 
Upcycling Citizen
The guy who makes pools is the best, “I had a call, he ain’t no lottery winner. Hes a… a wanker!” 🤣🤣
 
B B
I dated a guy who spent the whole time pretending he was a bank supervisor when he was actually unemployed. This man was so dedicated he would get up at 630, put on a suit, and sit by the lake for 8 hours rather than tell the truth.
 
 
Steve Owen
He watched his wife give away their sofa, washing machine and all other house items knowing they wouldn’t be moving anywhere and knowing she’d then have to go through the embarrassment of asking for it all back. Also, what about the “mistress” he manipulated £30k out of? People like this should never be allowed freedom in my opinion and seldom do people like this change. The reason they don’t change is because they lack empathy and compassion in the first place which is why they feel no guilt in ruining peoples lives. People who lack these things will usually repeat-offend for the rest of their lives.
Adriano_17
I don’t know what’s worse the fact after all he did she decided to stay by him or the constant bad piano music 😂😂
 
Beatrice Faria-clendinning
… Howard doesn’t seem like he’s playing with a full deck…😂
 
 
Rory Jones
The thing that gets me is how he managed to convince his wife that they couldn’t get hold of the money as it was Offshore. Did she not see everyone else who wins big on the lottery on the front page of the paper a couple of days after winning, holding a massive cheque??? No wonder her IQ test came back negative 🙄

20 Just For Laughs – Biking Gorilla Boys

12 mei 2011

 

Cute little boys ask people to use a video camera to film them biking on a tandem bicycle together. The prank victims can’t believe their eyes when they see the boys magically turn into two gorillas for a second… and just as quickly transform back into boys again. Wait what?!

 
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