Received in the mail last week a form letter entitled SPECIAL LOTTERY UPDATE & ADVISORY YOU MAY BE THE NEXT LOTTERY MILLIONAIRE For the past 12 years, Mathematical Lottery Systems has methodically and successfully selected winning numbers in state lotteries, including your LOTTERY. THESE LOTTERIES PRODUCE SUBSTANTIAL CASH PAYOUTS EVERY DRAW. Now let's talk about your payday: Mathematical Lottery Systems would like you to try our newest lottery numbers set. All you need to do is play them in the lottery between the forthcoming draw dates of June 30. 2014 and Julu 30, 2014. The numbers are guaranteed, so you will assume no risk whatsoever: play our lottery numbers in the 4-week period. If you aren't satisfied with your results, we'll refund double your money back....(and on and on). Our research concerns probability theory as applied to random lottery draws and the frequency of certain numbers occurring repeatedly. There is a fee of $39.00 involved to obtain the numbers and you must formally accept the payment of any cash winnings you receive. What the heck is this? l We have been reading about lottery fraud here in Florida. Is this a part of it? xxxxxx X. xxxx xxxxx
Hi Fran hope you remember me. The girl with the ocd. We pretty much covered everything in two previous questions. My questions had been what could happen if I had sexually abused children in new york or new jersey in 93/94 and what could happen if I masturbated under my clothes in front of children in NY and NJ in 93/94. You had assured me that nothing could happen as all kids were 3 or under and that the masturbation statute had run in both NY and NJ. My question is what about a civil suit. I take it that if they could not do anything in a criminal suit that they could not do anything in a civil suit? Am I right? Anyway I have been dealing with the issue and am pretty sure never to have done anything wrong but I like all my bases covered. Thanks
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