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Companions denied £4 million Lotto win to call police on Camelot for declining to pay


Mark Goodram and Jon-Ross Watson, from Bolton, Greater Manchester, say Camelot is being "unscrupulous" after it opened an investigation into the winning Lotto ticket

Companions denied £4 million Lotto win to call police on Camelot for declining to pay
Companions denied £4 million Lotto win to call police on Camelot for declining to pay 

Two mates who packed away £4 million on a Lotto scratchcard state they're going to "call the cops on Camelot " for retention the money. 


Jon-Ross Watson denies claims the winning ticket was bought with a stolen debit card
Jon-Ross Watson denies claims the winning ticket was bought with a stolen debit card


Imprint Goodram, 36, and Jon-Ross Watson, 31, won the amazing total in the wake of purchasing a £10 scratchcard on Easter Monday. 

From that point forward, they've been celebrating with champagne and mixed drinks. 

In any case, Camelot is yet to pay the buddies anything - as the firm accountable for the Lottery is accepted to have opened a "careful examination" into the ticket. 

Father of-two Goodram today revealed to The Sun : "We have a triumphant ticket, where's our money?" 

"We'll go to the police to report Camelot. They're being deceitful. I know my rights." 

Goodram and Watson, both of Bolton, Greater Manchester, don't have financial balances and state they should now be "living like tycoons"

Mark Goodram has been celebrating 'like a millionaire' with champagne and cocktails
Mark Goodram has been celebrating 'like a millionaire' with champagne and cocktails


They deny claims the triumphant ticket was purchased with a stolen charge card. 

Watson, additionally a dad of-one, said today: "The Lottery catchline is 'It Could Be You'. All things considered, it ought to be us. 

"Camelot supervisors are messing us around, presumably in light of the fact that they realize we've had an exuberant past and been in jail. Indeed, that is really awful. 

Watson said 'Camelot bosses are messing us around


"They have to pay us what we are owed or there will be consequences. 

"We're celebrating like the tycoons we are." 

THE COUPLES 'CURSED' BY THEIR NATIONAL LOTTERY JACKPOT WINS
THE COUPLES 'CURSED' BY THEIR NATIONAL LOTTERY JACKPOT WINS


Since purchasing the ticket at a Waitrose in Clapham, south London, the companions have been bringing down champagne, mixed drinks, ale, vodka, Jack Daniels, juice and wine. 

Goodram has 22 feelings for 45 offenses, as indicated by reports by the Bolton News and The Sun. 

What's more, Watson was on the Bolton News site's "Bolton's most needed" list in July 2017 as he was allegedly needed on warrant for neglecting to show up with respect to an offense of thievery. 

Dad-of-one Goodram has 22 convictions for 45 offences
Dad-of-one Goodram has 22 convictions for 45 offences

A Camelot representative disclosed to Mirror Online yesterday: "Security methodology structure a key piece of the way toward approving a triumphant ticket to guarantee we keep up the uprightness of The National Lottery. 

"Ought to there be any uncertainty encompassing the legitimacy of a case, we would embrace an exhaustive examination to guarantee we pay out the legitimate ticketholder."

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