One NT$10 million and four NT$2 million prizes have yet to be claimed in Taiwan by March 6

Moreover, 8 NT$10 million uniform invoice prizes for the period of November and December last year are also waiting for winners to claim.

Taiwan News
Date: 2017/03/05
By: George Liao, Taiwan News, Staff Writer

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — An amazing uniform invoice prize of NT$10 million (about

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US$335,000) has yet to be claimed in Taiwan, with March 6 being the last day for claiming the super prize.

The Taxation Administration, Ministry of Finance (MOF) on Sunday urged the public to check their September and October uniform invoices for the chance to claim this life-enhancing prize. The taxation authority said the not yet claimed NT$10 million winning number is on a uniform invoice that was issued by a FamilyMart convenience store in New Taipei City to a customer who purchased a Japanese-style rice ball and a pack of milk tea during the period of September and October last year.

The Taxation Administration said the rate of the NT$10 million uniform invoice prizes being claimed since 2011 has been about 70 percent, but the rate was the highest for the period of September and October last year as 12 NT$10 million prizes have been claimed, which is equal to 92 percent, a new high record.   [FULL  STORY]

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