With a month to go before the $4.8 million lottery ticket purchased in Echuca is redeemed, players are being encouraged to verify their tickets.
The unknown winner has a first division winning entry in the Set for Life 1996 draw, drawn on January 22 of this year.
They won a $4.8 million prize, paid in monthly installments of $20,000 a month for 20 years.
The winning ticket was purchased in the Lottery at Praça Echuca.
“We haven’t heard from any of our customers, but we’re still encouraging everyone to check their tickets,” said Echuca Square Lotto co-owner Gavin Sullivan.
“We hope they show up soon so they can enjoy their prize. We don’t want this winner to miss out on this fantastic prize that would really guarantee him for life. ”
As the ticket has not been registered on a Tatts card or online account, employees have no way of contacting the winner.
In Victoria, first division winners have six months to claim their prize directly from the Tatts. After this period, customers are required to submit a premium claim form to the Victorian State Revenue Office.
The winning numbers were 8, 35, 23, 30, 41, 34 and 16, while the supplementary numbers were 40 and 6.
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