61 Pa. Code § 876.14a - Withdrawals from a lottery account

Current through Register Vol. 52, No. 16, April 16, 2022

(a) A registered iLottery player may withdraw moneys from the registered iLottery player's lottery account.
(b) The Secretary may require a minimum balance in the registered iLottery player's lottery account prior to authorizing a withdrawal.
(c) The Bureau shall not be required to grant a withdrawal request immediately. A withdrawal request from a registered iLottery player's lottery account may be delayed for reasons consistent with this chapter and as set forth in the iLottery terms and conditions as provided for under § 876.9 (relating to iLottery terms and conditions).
(d) A registered iLottery player may be required to provide the Bureau with information to verify the details of a withdrawal request before the withdrawal request from the registered iLottery player's lottery account is processed.
(e) A registered iLottery player shall be prohibited from withdrawing bonus money from the registered iLottery player's lottery account where the registered iLottery player fails to convert bonus money into cash in conformance with the promotional terms and conditions issued under §§ 811.41 and 876.17 (relating to promotional prizes; and iLottery promotional prizes).
(f) A registered iLottery player may request that a withdrawal from the registered iLottery player's lottery account be credited to any payment type authorized by the Secretary and offered by the Bureau.
(g) The Bureau may make adjustments to a registered iLottery player's lottery account if the Bureau determines that moneys or bonus moneys are mistakenly credited to a registered iLottery player's lottery account.
(h) The Bureau will deduct the purchase price of a lottery product from a registered iLottery player's lottery account following the purchase of a lottery product.

Notes

61 Pa. Code § 876.14a
Adopted by Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol 50, No. 11. March 14, 2020, effective 3/14/2020

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