$50million Powerball winner is not picking up the phone
Aussie who just won a $50 million Powerball prize is NOT answering the phone – so could it be you? “If you missed calls, you could be a winner”
- Lucky gambler who bought the winning lottery ticket for $50 million has no idea
- Lott officials have been trying hard to contact the NSW North Coast winner
- Spokesman Matt Hart said calls were made and messages were left on the phone
The lucky gambler who bought the winning $50 million lottery ticket has no idea that he won the grand prize.
Lott officials have been trying to get in touch with the mystery contestant after becoming the only first division winner in Powerball on Thursday.
Spokesman Matt Hart said he called several times and left voice messages but received no response.
The lucky gambler who bought the winning $50 million lottery ticket has no idea he won the grand prize (stock image)
“I was ready to confirm Powerball’s latest First Division winner right after the results of tonight’s draw came out, but unfortunately every time I called the number provided, it just rang,” he said.
“If you see some missed calls on your phone, you could be the winner we’re trying to contact.”
Few details are known about the mystery winner, except that they live on the north coast of NSW and they registered their ticket on their players card.
You may not think you are the first division winner we are looking for, but if you have an entry from a Mid North Coast NSW Lottery branch for this week’s Powerball draw you haven’t yet checked, you have a chance!’ said Mr. Hart.
“We urge all Powerball players to check their entries as soon as possible.
“If you discover you have the first division winning ticket, please contact the Lott on 131 868 to begin the process of claiming your prize.”
The winning numbers for Thursday night’s draw 1384 were 6, 9, 14, 25, 27, 31, 33 and the Powerball was 15 (stock image)
The winning numbers for Thursday night’s draw 1384 were 6, 9, 14, 25, 27, 31, 33 and the Powerball was 15.
In Division Two, 26 lucky winners will split more than $811,000 among them, each taking home $31,222.55.
The draw comes just weeks after a group of 20 miners took home $53.3 million in the nation’s largest Powerball jackpot to date.
The $160 million mega Powerball in October was won by just three lucky winners, each of whom ended up about $53 million richer.