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The questions that brought to these people in these schemes, you get the 'prize' and the taxes, insurance, maintenance,
and the other expenses, gets with the 'prize' . How many of these people had 'winner' regret, where the matter how many
had lt costs. OH the 200k - that is the gross, and the illusion projected for the ratings for the producer.
I love David he is hilarious,I was sick and tired of hearing how men need "man caves" and then bam David says a "lady lair!!!!"I a absolutely love this he always makes me smile,keep strutting your stuff David🥰I love people and their stories it just shows the lottery isn't prejudiced
Seems to me the girlfriends or wife decides what house she wants not the man who actually won the lotto. Reason # 2,455 don’t marry a female cuz there gonna put you n a early grave. Be single n live your life believe me the grass is greener than a mutha on the other side.
We love David. But like most people who love tattoos, not all of us wanting to see their art work. Its distracting to the show & the guests. Why not have David cover his tattoos & let lottery winners be the center of attention. Just sayin...most older audience who watch this HGTV show are not fans of excessive tattoos covering their whole body.
What they don't tell viewers is that if you take the lump sum payout you give up 39% of the winnings. Then taxes are 26-37% of the remainder depending on the amount and what state the ticket was purchased in. So a million dollar winner taking the lump sum in NY ends up with about $410,000. Now you now why 1 million dollar winners give $250,000 budgets
I signed up several times for a chance to win the HGTV Giveaway Home and I kept on getting Southern Living magazine in the mail. I looked up the contact information inside the magazine, then called subscription company, I sent numerous emails, and wrote REFUSED on the address label of the magazine and put it back in the mail box. I was careful not to check any boxes that would allow them to slip anything over on me and it was all a scam to bill people for magazines they did not order. They kept on sending billing invoices. Finally after the third time of registering for a home and receiving the magazine again, writing REFUSED on the mailing address label and sending it back, contacting the company again and threatening a lawsuit, they stop sending the magazine and I stopped registering for the HGTV Giveaway Home. They sell your private information you fill out on the registration form to companies for a profit. I was told by HGTV that the magazine subscription company was not a part of HGTV and I had to contact them directly. HGTV knew this was going on and they had to be making money off of the deal or they would have put a stop to any company profiting off of their customers. What a rip off.
I'm waiting for a season worth of all the bought homes are still owned. Seriously..who hasn't gone over the head w all that money & lost their home? Or see if they've added on or redone. David definitely makes that show a success. Very down to earth & people can work with that.
David used to look like an All American guy. Now he's filled with ugly tattoos all over his arms, neck, etc. and has started acting much more "feminine" so he sort of comes off like what we used to called a creepy "lounge lizard." He's lost that nice, sweet, good-looking charm he had that was so marketable. Can't stand to watch him any more because those tattoos are creepy. Plus, he tells every couple how "adorable" they are. It comes off like phony flattery.
This show is an insult to a lot of people!We are trying to survive a pandemic! Isn't it kind of demeaning to show people "winning" millions of dollars when most people are just trying to survive?
Most people who win will probably lose the property within a few years,due to property taxes! makes me sick to think about! "Nothing is free"This guy is in it for how much "he" can make off this sale!
I've always liked David since he began with a show where he put together fabrics and colors etc. ( My mom had a crush on him). The one thing i don't like about the show is that the houses, or mansions, on the show look tacky as if these were houses that couldn't be sold. I feel as if the winners are so excited and along with David's personality they don't always see the tackeyness of some of these houses.
So in Jacksonville there were 2 guys who seemed to split the winnings. The one guys says he's going to buy his sister a house. The other guy didn't say anything but if the split was halves, I'm not springing for your sisters house outta my half. You nuts? Maybe it wasn't halves. Its the only thing I could think of. The other guy just sat around as if the sister was part of it and he never was a shareholder. Maybe the sister was married to the silent guy's son. I dunno, I sure wouldn't have sat still for paying for his sister's house or its ...lawyer up.