Facing Foreclosure And Eviction, Family Finds Winning Lotto Ticket

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Facing Foreclosure And Eviction, Family Finds Winning Lotto Ticket

Facing Foreclosure And Eviction, Family Finds Winning Lotto Ticket

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CBS-

The timing couldn’t have been better for a family from north suburban Geneva when they hit the jackpot after finding some old Lotto tickets stuffed in a cookie jar.

Earlier this month, Ricardo Cerezo said his wife was cleaning the kitchen in the home they were about to lose to foreclosure. She told him to take the old Lottery tickets out of the jar and have them checked, or toss them out.

“It was either take them, get them checked, or she was going to trash them that night,” he said.

So he took the tickets to a local gas station to get them scanned. The first 8 or 9 tickets weren’t winners.

[CBS]

(Credit: Illinois Lottery)

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2 Responses to “Facing Foreclosure And Eviction, Family Finds Winning Lotto Ticket”

  1. How wonderful for them. Watch the banksters refuse to give a payoff figure and foreclose anyway. That is what has happened to three people I know. They had the money to pay it off and the banks refused to give them the payoff and foreclosed. At least they can afford to hire an attorney. But then the judge may dismiss the case no matter how good it is and give the free house to the crooks. Be interesting to see what happens here.

  2. Nancy says:

    Does any one know of a Forensic [Real Estate] investigator on mortgages and assignments that I could hire to help me?

    Thank you.

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