|arya||Date: Saturday, 28-July-2012, 4:59 PM | Message # 1|
|A man in Newport News, Virginia, who thought of employees at a nearby convenience store "like family" is upset after he says one of them shortchanged him on a winning Mega Millions lottery ticket. |
Jack Lavoie had gone to the Shell station almost every day for the past ten years, reports WTKR, and purchased a lottery ticket.
When he went to redeem a winning ticket earlier this year in March, he says the clerk, Susan Perez, gave him $40 for a ticket he later realized was actually worth $600. Then Perez allegedly cashed the ticket and kept the $600, which is a felony, as WVEC points out.
Full article/source - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012....f=money