UAE: Winner of 10 million dirham raffle Mahzooz says money won’t change her – News

This is the second time she has taken part in the draw; she won Dh35 the first time



Published: Thu 15 Dec 2022, 14:00

Last update: Thu 15 Dec 2022, 15:48

A British expat mother has become Mahzooz’s 31st multi-millionaire with 10 million dirhams. This was Inger’s second appearance at Mahzooz.

With her new fortune, Inger, a hairstylist and mother of a one-year-old boy, plans to open her own salon, buy a family home in the United Arab Emirates and take at least one first-class flight. She loves to travel and has normally backpacked and stayed in hostels for $3 a night, but on her vision board she has a picture of someone sitting in a first class airplane seat, so she plans to make it a reality.

Speaking to the media after receiving her massive check from Farid Samji, CEO of Mahzooz delegate operator EWINGS, Inger said her immediate gift to herself and her family was a holiday they had reconsidered. given the price increase. “We’re definitely going on vacation now,” she laughed.

The random numbers she picked ended up being the winning numbers: 22, 23, 25, 27, and 34. When she got the congratulatory call from Mahzooz, she didn’t verify her account, thinking that it was a joke. “I told the person who called me that I was feeding my son,” she said, adding that she had told her husband, who works in construction, and they both started laughing and talking about what it would really be like if this “joke” was true. She didn’t know that was the case.

Inger said she lived her life as a donor. “If I had my last dollar and met someone in need, I would do anything I could for them,” she said, adding that she and her husband are not materialistic.

“While I’d love to say I picked specific numbers, it was very random,” she said. A hairdresser by profession, she said that together with her partner they were trying to find investors and it was proving difficult. Joining Mahzooz was her last chance to get the money she needed. Inger said she continued to think positively and picked the numbers randomly and hoped for the best. The best have indeed arrived.

“Being in the United Arab Emirates, we have so many opportunities. That’s why we all come here. It’s safe and you can really make your dreams come true. To be able to put something in place for my own future and that of my child is an opportunity that I did not expect,” she said, saying financial freedom was her dream.

Inger had rarely participated in Mahzooz. She first entered two years ago and won Dh35 (according to the old raffle model), which she used as credit to buy a bottle of water last week, entitling her to four Super Saturday draw entries.

She said earning that much money would never change her. “My best friend asked me if I was always going to be dressed like I was ‘homeless’ and I said absolutely,” she said with a laugh, adding that she hoped it wouldn’t. wouldn’t change the people around her. “People who are in my life and close to me are in my life for a reason,” she said.

“To date, Mahzooz has distributed over MAD 347,000,000 in prizes to approximately 215,000 winners. We are extremely proud of this achievement and very happy to have been able to contribute positively to the success of our aspiring customers,” said Samji.

Mahzooz means ‘lucky’ in Arabic and is the favorite draw in the United Arab Emirates that offers participants a life-changing opportunity to win millions every week. Mahzooz is dedicated to making people’s dreams come true and giving back to the community.

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