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    Default Re: TBCS Lottery?

    id be in.. but there could be problems in the currency conversions...

    Also you only need to be 16 in the UK to play the national lotto.
    id love to see a tbcs lotto rollover xD
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    I am going to have to veto this idea. In most states in the US it is illegal for a private citizen or business to hold a lottery. Its considered gambling and the fines are huge. Paul is from NY and thus TBCS is based in NY and I am sure NY has laws against this. Sorry guys.

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    Default Re: TBCS Lottery?

    How do companies hold raffles? I'm not arguing the matter boss, just curious now.
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    Default Re: TBCS Lottery?

    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzKillington View Post
    How do companies hold raffles? I'm not arguing the matter boss, just curious now.
    I am pretty sure that ALL US companies use a third party to conduct any drawings, just to keep the semblance of fairness.

    Here is the blurb from California...
    http://www.runquist.com/article_raffles.htm
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    Default Re: TBCS Lottery?

    Sorry I hadn't gotten to this earlier, but CJ is right. This would definitely jeopardize our future as a website. While it sounds cool, we are not a gambling site, and doesn't even fit within the scope of our website.

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