Winning receipts’ value for August fiscal lottery set at RON 320

Newsroom 22/09/2015 | 10:53

The draw in the fiscal lottery covering August has established the winning receipts at a value of RON 320, while the date of emission should be August 5, the Ministry of Public Finance announced.


Claims for the prize which total RON 1 million (about EUR 230,000) can be submitted at the National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) work points. The claims will be centralized, and if they are more than 100, a new draw will take place, for determining a maximum of 100 winning receipts.

Claims can be submitted for 30 days, starting the first day after the draw. Winning voucher holders must submit receipts (original), together with a copy of their identity document and a request to any tax authority in the ANAF structure.

A tax receipt is considered winning only if it meets all the conditions provided by law, having the mandatory elements showing it was issued with a taxed register device (logo and fiscal series of the cash register, date and time of issue and serial number).

For the extraction of July 19, within the 30 days were submitted four requests for recovery, while for the extraction organized on August 16 the 15claims were filed up to the September 15 deadline.

Visa announced that there were 183 transactions made on August 5 with a value between RON 320 and 320.99, while MasterCard announced 196 such transactions.

Natalia Martian

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