Mississippi Lottery proceeds decline to $9.9m in November

The MLC transfers all net proceeds to the state.
The MLC transfers all net proceeds to the state.

The Mississippi Lottery Corporation has completed its November 2021 transfer to the state.

US.- The Mississippi Lottery Corporation (MLC), the lottery authorised by the Alyce G. Clarke Mississippi Lottery Law in 2018, has transferred $9.9m in net proceeds to the Lottery Proceeds Fund at the Mississippi State Treasury. That represents a decline from October’s figure of $11.2m.

According to leaders the MLC, Fiscal Year 2022 net proceeds total approximately $54.3m to date.

Under the Alyce G. Clarke Lottery Law, the MLC is required to transfer net proceeds within 20 days following the close of each calendar month. Earlier this year, the Mississippi Lottery Corporation appointed Jeffrey L. Hewitt, former senior vice president of sales and marketing, as president.

See also: Mississippi Lottery transfers $11.2m to state from October net proceeds

MLC warns over scams

The Mississippi Lottery Corporation is reminding people to be mindful of scammers, who have a tendency to call people claiming they won the lottery and asking for confidential information including bank account details. reminded players that it will never call a winner because they don’t know who the winners are before they claim their money.

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