When someone win a large lottery are their dangerors around it?

lottery winner - lottery winner
Canada
June 18, 2010 7:51pm CST
I can think of a few, 1. people you know all wanting a piece of the pie 2. change creditiors and companies will try to track you down for offers and credit cards 3.you could be robbed if people know you and don't like you 4. charies try to squeeze you for donations even if you give generoustly to many these are only a few i can think of , can you think of others that would make winning the lottery harder than one might think .
4 responses
@kad666 (173)
• Canada
19 Jun 10
To answer to your question yes. Any little criminal could kill for a million. why asking that did you just won? Can i be your friend lol^^ Well if yes i suggest people that are winning to not tell anybody and to pay bodyguard fast. Have a nice day and the best of luck to you!
@TexLadyPj (1329)
• United States
19 Jun 10
Herro SilverKing I think the biggest danger is LOST relatives. You would be amazed at the number of relatives that you never knew about until you win money. The biggest advantage I have, the ability to say NO. I choose who I give to. I say NO to credit cards, in fact I pay off and close all but 1-2 credit cards, the one's with the lowest interest. Prosperous mylotting
• United States
19 Jun 10
Well I don't think reasons 1, 2, and 4 are really DANGERS of winning the lottery, just inconveniences that you can ignore. But being robbed/kidnapped, ransomed is definitely a danger of winning the lottery.
@wiggles18 (2523)
• Canada
19 Jun 10
It could have the potential to ruin relationships between family, friends, etc.