$30 million Oz Lotto phone call goes unanswered!
Hello… is it you we’re trying to call? A NSW Lotteries customer is now $30 million richer after scooping the entire division one prize pool in Tuesday’s Oz Lotto draw however they may be completely unaware of their new multi-millionaire financial status.
The new multi-millionaire’s telephone has been ringing hot but despite countless attempts by NSW Lotteries officials to contact the winner, they’ve yet to answer the call and discover they’re now a millionaire thirty times over!
NSW Lotteries spokesperson Belinda McDougall said as the $30 million winning Oz Lotto entry was purchased online, it is registered to a Tatts.com account so there is no mystery about who the winner is.
“We’re really eager to get in contact with the country’s newest Oz Lotto winner so we can let them know that they can stop dreaming about winning a truck load of cash and can start planning what they’ll do with their $30 million prize,” Ms McDougall said.
"The winner could be away on holidays or they could work long hours, whatever the case there’s no doubt their life will change once they discover they’re now one of the state’s newest multi-millionaires.
“We’re urging any NSW Lotteries customers who purchased an entry in Tuesday’s $30 million Oz Lotto draw online to log on to their Tatts.com account and see if they’re the one NSW Lotteries has been trying to contact!
“If you believe you are the division one winner, you should contact NSW Lotteries as soon as possible so we can confirm your new multi-millionaire status and load up the Oz Lotto truck for a special delivery!”
This is another big win for the east coast of Australia this year and comes less than four weeks after grandparents from Queensland’s Hervey Bay won the record-breaking $70 million division one jackpot prize in Powerball.
The winning 4-game marked entry was purchased online from Tatts.com.The winning numbers in Oz Lotto draw 1124 on Tuesday 2 February 2016 were 5, 7, 9, 44, 22, 2 and 19. With the supplementary numbers 36 and 28.