The 58million EuroMillions winner has till tomorrow to claim loot or lose a lot.

A check of £ 57,879,670 will go into the box with good cause at midnight Sunday if the winner cannot provide evidence.

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The mysterious £ 58m Euromillions winner has only one day left to claim the mega prizeCredit: Scientific

If he claims they will instantly get richer than World Cup winner Paul Pogba, who is valued at £ 50m, and Zayn Malik from One Direction who has £ 55m.

A £ 1 million bet will also be placed on Wednesday if the winner does not advance.

A £ 58 million ticket was purchased in Ayrshire for the March 17th Draw.

Money earned by matching five balls and two stars. The winning numbers were: 5, 7, 8, 16, 20 with Lucky Stars 2 and 12.

The million pound betting begged was a EuroMillions win with a ticket purchased in Leeds on March 20.

The Millionaire Maker sweepstakes prize was with code: MGKX92653.


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The highest unclaimed major prize remains a mega prize of £ 63.8 million from 2012, when a ticket purchased in the Stevenage and Hitchin area of ​​Herts was not produced within the six-month notice.

A host of other mega prizes have yet to be claimed according to the National Lottery website.

This includes a winning € 1 million EuroMillions ticket purchased in Leeds on March 20, as well as a € 1 million ticket withdrawn on August 1 in Lancashire.

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“We’re desperate to find this mystery owner and include him in this huge prize,” said Andy Carter of the National Lottery of the mysterious £ 58m winner.

If no successful claim is filed, the wealth will go to the Good Causes Fund.

A spokesperson for Camelot said: “We do not comment on the details of individual prize claims.”

He said that the prizes listed in the “unclaimed prizes” section “have either not been claimed or have not been verified and paid.”

In May he said: “We can confirm that we have received a claim but do not comment on the details of individual claims.

“However, as with all major prizes, the claim is subject to a rigorous verification process to ensure that the prize can be paid under the National Lottery rules.”

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