“They didn’t even want my credit card info. I still can’t believe it. Is this even legal?”
Amy Wallace of Macon, Georgia walked into work recently one of the poorest people in the building; four hours and a half shift later, she walked out one of the richest.
Since the breakup of her marriage two years ago single mom and part-time student Amy has been desperate to keep her head above water financially, while raising two small children by herself and attending community college.
Working odd hours at a fast-food chain for an overbearing boss left the 26-yr old constantly stressed out and feeling hopeless, but doing the best she could. “I’ve been wanting to get a better job in the food and beverage industry when I graduate but I could never go full time and it was taking me so long to finish.”
But during her day shift two weeks ago, it suddenly looked like Amy might be getting the last laugh, and keeping entirely different hours from now on.
While browsing Facebook on her lunch break, Amy came across a free pokies Apple application. With nothing to lose and 30 minutes of free time, she decided to try her luck. What happened 12 spins and 20 minutes later changed her life forever.
In one single spin, Amy won the progressive jackpot of myVEGAS Slots’ “Caddy Shaq” game, cashing out on $362,259 in a matter of 5 seconds. Winning over 20 times her annual salary in a single spin meant Amy’s restaurant career had stopped on a dime.
“I just didn’t believe it at first,” Amy said. “I thought it was some sick April Fool’s day joke my coworkers had played on me. It was until I hit the cash out button and saw the $362,259 number next to my name that I knew it was real.”
After some choice words for his boss upon exiting, Amy hasn’t been seen at that particular restaurant since.
And while one of the bigger winners of the free play, Amy certainly isn’t the only one to cash out on myVEGAS Slots’ free spins. Since the promotion began last month, over 238 players all over United States have won money from 100% free play. However, it looks like the free application download will be soon ending as the company has already paid out over $6,000,000 in total winnings in the last few months in North America.
FoxNews24 news reporter Jane Linn also tried her hand at the jackpot but sadly only walked away with a $485 – you can’t always win as big as Amy sadly!”