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Is lottery site a scam?

they claim to be a global online lottery agent.

6 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
    Favourite answer

    They are good, As far as I know they are the only lottery service that enables its customers to see a scanned copy of the ticket.

    The value is having an additional evidence to my numbers selection and in the verification that the numbers I used match the ones filled in the Lottery Form.

    Thelotter is active for over 6 years now.

  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    I’ve played A LOT of online lotteries, not all good results. But since I joined theLotter, I’ve had a totally different experience and I think it’s because they’re so professional. I haven’t won millions (yet, fingers crossed!) but anything I’ve won has shown up in my account right away. Customer support gets a thumbs up too.

  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    Once you buy your ticket, their local rep. will buy your ticket and will upload the scanned ticket to your account. This gives a lot of legitimacy to the site (unlike many sites that just pay you out from insurance, no actual ticket.) It’s a really safe site to use and my winnings are always paid out reliably. Never had an issue.

  • 1 decade ago

    I bought a few tickets through them and it has worked fine. They show the actual tickets they buy (not like other sites who just 'claim' to buy the ticket), and have been around for 5-6 years. Personally I have had excellent experience with them.

    Source(s): Personal
  • 1 decade ago

    I have reviewed their site terms of use several times and never managed to get a clear answer.

    I know other services who actually buy tickets, in syndication or by actually purchasing paper ticket for you.

    Source(s): Actual Paper lottery tickets - example for lottery syndicates - terms of the lotter
  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Do not trust them

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