Swap-bot Time: December 14, 2018 12:08 pm

If i won 1 million....

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Swap Coordinator:B3unhinged (contact)
Swap categories: Letters & Writing  Card Making 
Number of people in swap:3
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Last day to signup/drop:March 3, 2018
Date items must be sent by:March 11, 2018
Number of swap partners:2

Hi everyone!

In this swap I want you to tell everyone what you would do if you won £1 million / $1 million (or what ever currency is used in your country).

You will have two partners. Write your dreams / wishes / plans in a letter or on a note card and maybe even slip in a scratch card... you might make someone else's dreams come true! Maybe you could also slip in a photo or something showing what you would do if you win!

This is an easy swap and welcomes everyone.

Please no flakers, I will angel if needed.


TereDiane1954 02/24/2018 #

Better check the laws on this swap; It's not legal to mail lottery tickets. The rest of the swap sounds like fun, though!

B3unhinged 02/24/2018 #

Thanks. I will look into this but i took part in a scavenger hunt swap last year and there was no issue for anyone then. Also it maybe a law where you are from, but in the UK its not an issue. Anyone that wants to take part that is restricted from this might want to send something else instead like a recipe for the first meal they would buy at a restaurant if the won 1 million?

thebragal 02/24/2018 #

I agree about the lottery tickets. If someone sent me one in Canada from the UK for example, and it won, how would I claim it!!??

B3unhinged 02/24/2018 #

I have taken out the option of a lottery ticket but have left up the scratch card one. There will be information online as to how to claim. For example, in the UK it is not unlawful to gift a scratch card and if one was sent to you you could claim by post and you would be sent a cheque. I checked this on our lotto provider's website

This is just supposed to be a bit of fun. You dont need to add it if you dont want to.

smmarrty 02/25/2018 #

If you win on a scratch ticket, you go to the country's lottery web site, and there is usually a claim form you can fill out. Just complete the form and sign the ticket and mail it in.

Not sure about the legality of sending tickets. but I buy them when traveling and if I forget to check them int he place I'm visiting, I do the above and collect my winnings.

SniffyCreates 02/26/2018 #

I don't think you can win in some places if you aren't a resident?

SniffyCreates 02/26/2018 #

Well evidently you can in Cali, I guess that shouldn't surprise me, but it's taxed at 30% http://static.www.calottery.com/~/media/Publications/winnerclaimform/CSL%201242%20Winner%20Claim%20%20English617.pdf

itsnobody 03/ 1/2018 #

Sadly our websites are only in our native language, which is not English (and there is no English option) but I love the idea!

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