Whilst on the commonly shared, North American man’s, life-long quest to get rich, at some point in my younger years I began playing the lottery. Like so many, and before the dawn of the internet-information-at-you-finger-tips era, I would make my weekly visit to the corner gas station and pay out my $5 or $10 dollars to play the same ritualistic, chosen, sacred numbers, because “this time I was gonna win!!!” I did this for years! And I’m certain that had I just put that $40 a month (or so), dollars into a retirement savings, I’d have been much better off than I am now!
Coming to this realization, several years back I began looking to modernize my ritual. After perusing many scams, and trying several different internet lotto options who, rather than filling my pot with riches, only seemed to fill my inbox with junkmail, I came across FREELOTTO.COM . As the name suggests it is free, you can imagine my skepticism. But because the only required information I needed to supply in order to establish my freelotto.com login, was no more than any boob could dig up themselves online, I entered my name, mailing address and email address, created my freelotto.com login and gave it a whirl… just to see what it was all about. Here is what I found out about Free Lotto:
Freelotto.com was allegedly founded some 13 years ago, and in that time, claims to have dispersed nearly $98million to its freelotto.com login members. Now, that sounds pretty good, and I was impressed, until I dug a little further! According to the Free Lotto website, of this $98million, 4, were $10million dollar jackpots, and 19 were $1million dollar jackpots. This totals only 23 large Free jackpots given out in 13 years. An average of a little less than two per year doesn’t sound all that bad… however this is a DAILY freelottery. So this means, that you have to play their freelotto.com every day, through your freelotto.com login in order to win. If each of these are a daily draw, and the company has been drawing for thirteen years, this means there have been approximately 4800 draws for each lottery game to date, and only 4 jackpots for one of their games have been issued? And only 19 for another of their games were issued? That would leave only $39million in prizes to be awarded over the 4800 or so days that this free lottery has been paying out, for the 4 other games. My point is, that I question whether this lottery really pays out.
But, I suppose, when you consider that this lottery is free to play (or so freelottoe.com claims) that isn’t so bad. Hey, what have you got to lose right?
The Games They Play!!!
So freelotto.com offers 6 different lotteries if you login freelotto.com, for which a daily draw is done, at approximately 5pm EST. They are:
1) Classic Freelotto.com: $1,000,000.00 (paid out by annuity yearly)
2) Freelotto com Win A Car: A luxury vehicle with a value of $50,000.00 before tax. OR choose the cash option of $40,000.00 (paid out by annuity yearly)
3) Freelotto.com Pay Off Your Mortgage: $100,000.00 (paid out by annuity yearly)
4) Freelotto.com FastCash: $10,000.00 (paid out in lump sum)
5) FreeLotto.com $100,000.00 GiveAway: $1000,000.00 (paid out by annuity yearly)
6) FreeLotto.com SuperBucks: $10,000,000.00 (paid out by annuity yearly… OVER 41 YEARS!!!)
Unfortunately, of these six, freelotto.com login does not let you pick and choose which game you would like to play. In order to play #2, you must first play #1; in order to play #3, you must first play #1 and #2… and on and on…. For each game you play, you can manually pick your numbers, or you can allow your freelotto.com login to “quickpick”, which has the computer do it randomly for you. For every game you play, Free Lotto will issue a play slip into your email inbox, which you need to retain until the draw the following day. In the event you do win, you will need this slip to redeem your prize at freelotto.com. To date, I have had no need to provide my slip, as I have won nothing from FreeLotto com … but when we consider the numbers I put together in the second paragraph of this write up, that is no big surprise!
This number pick is done by a random, airblown, old school lottery ball machine, which I like! As opposed to say Boxlotto, though, who uses the NY State lotto pick numbers, there is no certainty of fairness, or that there is no fix. Freelotto.com ‘s system however, is still better, in my opinion, than say a computer generated pick, like the Canadian LottoMax system.
How They Make Their Money?
Now I am no expert, but from what I can tell, Freelotto.com is a for profit organization. You can plainly see they offer advertising on their website. I also believe you are given more chances to play, if you visit their “sponsors”,a nd use freelotto login : IE advertisers pay Freelotto.com. You can only play on their site if you agree to view advertising within their websiteat www.FreeLotto.com, and by receiving advertising via email from www.freelotto.com. You will be able to edit your preferences so that you receive advertising only for products and services relevant to your preferences…. but be aware, your info will be given out. I will say though, that I do not find their advertising overly pushy. I have only received a small number of advertisements via email from freelotto.com . There are many people who claim that Freelotto.com crowded their inbox with spam and I have heard tell that many continue to get emails even after they unsubscribe.
When visiting the site, you will also notice a huge push to join their FAST $14.99/month system (Freelotto.com my butt!). This system allows you to preset your numbers for each game, then will automatically do your entries everyday, rather than you manually doing it. A FreeeLotto.com Set it and forget it! Now, $14.99/month as opposed to the $40 I used to pay at the local lotto dispensary is bargain!
Real or Scam
The debate is out there in plenty. Freelotto.com is a legitimate company. They are classified as a sweepstakes, however, as opposed to a lottery, as you do not need to pay to play free lotto, and because you must agree to terms in order to win. I am a skeptic by nature, and wanted to thoroughly investigate a company that wanted my personal info, and was promising me free money through a freelottery. I found the above book Lottery Leading and Scammery extremely helpful in helping me know what to look for. The do’s and dont’s of information sharing, how they track my number picks and why, and this book provided an actual checklist of all the “must haves” in order for a lottery offer to prove itself a legitimate operation. Although I hope my report here, on freelotto.com helps my visitor’s to make the right choice for them, as to whether or not to play freelotto.com and create a freelotto.com login, I always recommend you do research, and inform yourself. This book is a great tool in order to help you do so.
Something to note about Freelotto.com, and what was a major flag for me, and made me rethink my freelotto.com login, was when a few years back, a mass email scam did occur, using freelotto.com as thier guise. FreeLotto addressed this issue, and has assured this was in no way affiliated to them. Unfortunately, this event, along with many others claims that people were refused prize winnings for various reasons from FreeLotto, has made for some challenges for this company. My feelings are that it is what we should all expect of a free lotto offer: seems to good to be true! Is there a chance to win with freelotto.com? Sure…. is it likely? NO…. Is it free? At the cost of a spammed inbox, no, oh, and just an FYI: the last FreeLotto.com login $1,000,000.00 prize winner was in 2011, and just happens to be a FAST subscriber… Coincidence? You Decide!
Tips And Tricks
As said, getting rich quick has been a quest for me. I have read heaps of literature on many subjects to that affect. I was convinced that the lottery was game (a very big one mind you) that I just had to learn how to play. Of the many I have read, the three below: Winning The Lottery, Winning Lottery Lines, and How to Win Lottery, Sweepstakes, and Contests in the 21st Century, were the ones I found most value in. All three have different takes, where Winning The Lottery claims to have decoded algorythms, Winning Lottery Lines has gathered statistical data of numbers drawn, and How to Win Lottery takes real life practices of successful lotto players. Give ‘em a read and make your picks at freelotto.com. Let me know how it turns out
Why I Chose To Play Freelotto.com
There are any number of free lotto sites out there, and I did my research before choosing to give my information to freelotto.com, and creating a freelotto.com login. For me, it came down to three which were Freelotto.com, Boxlotto.com, and 22Lottery.com. I found FreeLotto to be the most reputable for several reasons:
a) FreeLotto is played worldwide
With only about a half dozen exceptions which are due to legal limitations within those jurisdictions. Whereas 22Lottery is completely unrestricted, and very little info is given on legalities. Boxlotto only allows “English Speaking Countries” to enter…. seems a little elitist to me!!!
b) FreeLotto Game Structure
Though I am not keen on the pyramid type allowance to play all six games, of the three top contenders, this seems to be the best thought out from a business structure point of view, further lending to the freelotto.com site’s credibility. Boxlotto.com only allows additional game play after direct viewing of a sponsor. If you want 6 plays, you need to spend 20 seconds on 6 different advertisers display sites. FreeLotto lets you play their six games one after the other within 30seconds, if you go through your freelotto.com login! 22lottery.com doesn’t even offer multiple games as far as I can tell…. and I’m not even sure that the games I’m playing are on their site. I have, several times, clicked to play on 22lottery.com. and been redirected to Lottery Master, which is a pay use where you can buy tickets for lotto’s worldwide.
Freelotto.com is also the only free online lottery that offers a referal bonus, with a chance to win a $2500 bonus for each friend you refer to the site. Neither Boxlotto, nor 22Lottery offer this. This freelotto referal program, in my opinion, is another smart business plan, ensuring longevity and continual growth of the site.
c) FreeLotto.com Actual Winners Posted
One thing I did not see offered by ANY other free online lottery site, is photos and videos, and listed names and denominations of the winners!!! At least Boxlotto has some customer commentary, but nothing about actual payouts. Freelotto has made this one of the main focuses of their site. Seeing that real people have testified their ACTUAL WINNINGS lends more to the validity and credibility of the site. Unlike Freelotto.com, one of 22lottery’s site seems to be tips on how to play and win the lottery with various number play systems. This is a value added service that perhaps would be nice to see on Freelottery.com; such as the lottery wheel concept, there is not enough legitimate substance on their site, unlike freelotto, and it left me feeling uncertain about the real purpose of the site… which leads to my next point…
d) FreeLotto.com Overall Presentation and Navigation
Freelotto.com has been at this the longest, and it is plainly seen in their overall presentation. Never, at anytime navigating their pages or playing their games was I questioning where I was going or what I was seeing. All information was relevant, and professionally presented. All instructions were clear, and I was made to feel secure and at ease using their services. I could not say the same about Freelotto.com ‘s competitors. 22Lottery.com lacks thorough information when it comes to their rules of play. It was not obvious to me that this company is well versed in the legalities of the services they offer. The content on the site was a little light considering what they are peddling. The color scheme and visual appeal, I would say, is on par with Freelotto’s site, but that is about it. Boxlotto’s content and direction is is closer to the professional lever of Freelotto.com but the overall design, scheme and layout are rudimentary, at best, when compared to Freelotto.com and 22lottery.com.
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