When Cash Definately Is King ... Especially If You Buy Lottery Tickets ???

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Lottery bosses refuse to pay £4million jackpot to two players who 'bought the winning ticket with a stolen debit card', after it emerged neither had a bank account.

Mark Goodram, 36, and Jon-Ross Watson, 31, claimed victory on a scratchcard.

But Camelot grew suspicious when they discovered neither had a bank account.

They reportedly could not explain how they had paid for the winning ticket.


If they paid cash , who would have known ????
Pity Camelot didn't pay the prize money to the person named on the stolen card - that would have served the thieves right and be a lovely surprise for the victim of crime.
Mystery third man lays claim to criminals' £4 million Lotto scratchcard win as he insists it was HIS card that was used to buy ticket.

Mark Goodram and Jon-Ross Watson, of Bolton, bought scratchcard in Clapham.

Camelot says they used funds that were " Obtained without the owner's consent."

Cardholder giving them his card in return for them paying off his brothel bill/



A mystery man has become the third person to claim that he is the rightful winner of a £4million lottery prize.

The man says that Mark Goodram, 36, and Jon-Ross Watson, 31, both from Bolton, used his card to buy their ticket.

He contacted Camelot to lay his claim for the cash after the gaming giant refused to give the money to the two convicted crooks.

The company says Goodram and Watson paid for their Red Scratchcard with funds 'obtained without the owner's consent', The Sun reports.

They bought it at a Waitrose store in Clapham, South London, and say they had permission from the card owner in return for paying his bill in a brothel, which the man has now denied.

Barrister Henry Hendron QC is threatening to sue Camelot as they allege a breach of contract.