Four NT$10 million lottery prizes remain unclaimed: finance ministry
Jul 21, 2018MarketComments Off on Four NT$10 million lottery prizes remain unclaimed: finance ministry
Taipei, Four winning invoices in the uniform lottery for the March-April period, valued at NT$10 million (US$328,407) each, have not yet been claimed, the Ministry of Finance (MOF) said Saturday, urging the winners to claim their prizes before the Sept. 5 deadline.
The four invoices, issued in March and April, all bear the winning number 12342126, the ministry said.
The receipts were issued at a bakery in Taipei's Da'an District, a Carrefour store in Taoyuan's Chungli District, a hardware store in Chiayi County's Hsingang Township, and a store in Kaohsiung's Nanzih District, according to the ministry.
It said there were also three outstanding receipts with the number 80740977, which carries a NT$2 million prize each.
Those invoices were issued at a 50-Lan beverage shop in Taipei's Zhongzhen District, a Far EasTone telecom store in Taipei's Da'an District, and a gas station in Yilan County's Toucheng Township, the ministry said.
It said the winners of all seven prizes have until Sept. 5 to claim the money.
The winning uniform invoice numbers for May and June will be released July 25. (Chu Che-wei and Ko Lin)