You Won’t Have to Risk Your Life When Buying Lottery Tickets Online
Frank Selak is one lucky guy. He cheated death not once but seven times. However, just when it seemed he was doomed to a life of accidents, he finally struck gold when he won the lottery.
That’s the story of how the world’s unluckiest man got his break. It’s an unlikely tale coming from a Croatian music teacher who simply wanted to live a normal life.
Frank’s unfortunate streak occurred from 1962 to 1995. During those harrowing years, he escaped a train crash that killed 17 people, avoided being sucked out of a plane in an accident where 19 passengers perished, and emerged alive from a bus that plunged into a river, killing four people. He also escaped from a burning car twice, got hit by a bus, and watched his car fall down a mountain.
In 2005, Selak’s luck finally changed when he bought his first lottery ticket and won close to a million dollars.
It’s a good thing Selak didn’t purchase his ticket during those unfortunate years. He already thinks he was “unlucky to be in [the accidents] in the first place.” Imagine his dismay if his winning ticket also got lost in a river, or if it was sucked out of a plane! Fortunately, not all of us share Selak’s luck. We can even take steps to make sure we will never lose lottery tickets, as well as buy them without risking getting into accidents in the street.
Buying lottery tickets online is fast, easy, and convenient, especially if you get it from reputable websites like Buy Lottery Tix. There’s no need to travel far to find an authorized retailer. There’s no need to find an expensive parking space, endure long lines, or deal with grumpy sellers and rude individuals. You can even buy tickets from other countries without being physically present there.
There is nothing illegal about purchasing online lottery tickets, either. These are sold by licensed and authorized retailers who comply with federal and state laws.
After buying a ticket online, you can sit back, relax, and wait for a scanned image of your ticket with your name on it to be e-mailed to you. While waiting for the draw, your ticket will be kept in a safety deposit box to ensure your peace of mind. Ultimately, if you’re lucky like Selak and win, your prize money will be deposited into your account or sent wherever you are.
(Info from Lucky Number 7: Cheating Death Seven Times Before Winning the Lotto, Joe.IE, 2012)
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