The total prize money of printed certification copy and cloud invoice from January-February 2019 exceeds NT$210 million

The winning number for the January-February 2019 uniform-invoice special prize is 00106725. According to statistics, 76 lucky prize winners were drawn for this period’s electronic invoice, who received a total of more than NT$210 million across 4 different prize categories: special prize, grand prize, first prize, and the one million-dollar prize of cloud invoice award. The total prize money for second prize to sixth prize and the two thousand-dollar prize of cloud invoice award amounted to over NT$1.53 billion. In summary, there were 17 winners of the special prize and 15 winners of the one million-dollar prize of cloud invoice award for electronic invoices. Out of 32 prize winners, 2 of them stored their cloud invoices using the mobile barcode, and they will be notified via the Ministry of Finance (MOF)’s E-invoice Platform. Nine prize winners who have stored the cloud invoice on the membership card will be notified by the business entity. One prize winner who has stored the cloud invoice on the credit card will be notified by the credit card issuing bank. Three prize winners stored the cloud invoice on electronic tickets (such as EasyCard, iPass, and iCash); two prize winners stored the cloud invoice on the utilities platform; one prize winner donated the invoice to a beneficiary via the donation code; 14 prize winners did not store their cloud invoices on any carrier. Out of 32 prize winners, 3 of them have applied for the automatic transfer of prize money to a designated bank account. Those who have not done so must obtain the printed certification copy at a convenience store kiosk after receiving the prize-winning notification; prize winners who have not used a carrier will need to present the printed certification copy in order to collect the prize money. Storing the invoice on a carrier provides you with an additional chance of winning. Cloud invoices are entitled to 2 prize-winning opportunities (general prize and the one million-dollar prize of cloud invoice award), greatly increasing your chance of winning. The MOF appeals to the public to make use of carriers to store their cloud invoices and apply for automatic transfer of prize money in order to prevent the loss of prize-winning invoices or failure to collect prizes within the deadline, thereby losing your right to collect the prize money. For additional information pertaining to electronic invoice, please visit the MOF E-Invoice Platform website (https://www.einvoice.nat.gov.tw/) or dial the 24-hour toll-free service hotline 0800-521-988 Press Release Contact: Mr. Chao, Section Chief Phone:02-2763-1233