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You would be surprised how many people would like to know how to buy lottery tickets with PayPal! This is because buying lottery tickets with PayPal is both secure extremely easy. Not to mention there are heaps of people with PayPal accounts who would love nothing better than to use it to increase their wealth. And what better way to increase their wealth than by winning the lottery. Especially when the US Powerball is currently worth $215 million!

There used to be a time when you could buy Megamillions or US Powerball lottery tickets with Paypal by using Lottobroker.com but unfortunately Paypal put a stop to this once they found out. You see, its not that sites like Lottobroker.com, Wintrillions and thelotter.com don’t want to offer PayPal as a means to sell you lottery tickets. They would actually love to offer PayPal but unfortunately PayPal won’t let them.

To date the only site that does allow you to purchase lottery tickets with PayPal is OZ  Lotteries! This wasn’t always the case though. I’ve been an OZ Lottery member for years and it wasn’t till recently that being able to buy lottery tickets with Paypal became an option. I’m assuming the only reason Paypal has allowed them to offer PayPal as a means of buying your lottery tickets online is because they no longer offer their services to residents of the United Stated of America. If you’re a US citizen you can easily confirm this for me by trying to access the Oz Lotteries site.

Why Won’t PayPal Allow You To Buy Lottery Tickets With PayPal

This is the real question. Why won’t PayPal allow you to purchase lottery tickets online with PayPal. Here is a snippet of what PayPal has to say about it.

PayPal prohibits transactions for gambling activities by merchants and account holders in the US and any jurisdiction where gambling activities are illegal, and by merchants whose services are accessible to account holders in the US.

PayPal allows approved gambling merchants to use our service in certain jurisdictions where gambling activities are legal. To be approved by PayPal, merchants must demonstrate to PayPal’s satisfaction that they have the ability to block gambling activities for account holders in the US and any jurisdiction where gambling activities may be illegal.

You can read the full transcript of it here, just click the search icon. Just a quick note, that link only works if you are logged in.

How To Pay For Your Lottery Ticket Online

So, you want to buy your lottery tickets online, you don’t want to use your credit card and PayPal won’t allow you to do it so what’s NETELLER the better option than buying Lottery Tickets With PayPalleft? There are many options but my favourite to date is by using NETELLER! They’re an extremely secure site who also offer members a  free Net+ MasterCard! You can simply deposit into your Neteller card and use it securely on the majority of online lottery sites.

Using NETELLER is also a great way to control the amount of money you spend on your lottery tickets. Simply work out your monthly budget allowed for spending non lottery tickets and deposit it into your account. That way you never spend more than you have budgeted for,

Don’t forget to get this weeks PowerBall so you don’t miss out on your chance of winning $250 Million!

 

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Responsible Gambling Is Important

Gambling can be a favourite pastime for millions of people around the world. They enjoy the casual flutter whether it be on the horses or playing the poker machines at the casino. Unfortunately there are many who can not control themselves and do not know when to stop. It’s not unusual for some to lose everything they own because they have a gambling problem. Responsible gambling is beyond their control. Before using this site or any gambling site on the net you need to take a close look at yourself to make sure you are a responsible gambler.

Although I personally believe that people who play the lottery wouldn’t fall into the same category as those who play the pokies or place bets on races the lottery is still part of the gambling industry. Where the majority of lottery players do play responsibly there are probably those who do not. They may throw away the last of their cash, cash better used to look after family needs, buying a ticket after blowing the rest on some other form of gambling. I don’t want that to be you.

What Is A Responsible Gambler?

  1. One who gambles as a pastime and not as a means of recovering past losses. They think of gambling as another form of entertainment and have no compulsions to gamble.
  2. Only uses money they can afford. They do not use money that was meant for food, rent or that was earmarked for things like paying off the home loan or a college fund.
  3. A responsible  gambler would never borrow money so they could place a bet. Nor would they pawn items in order to get cash for gambling
  4. They do not gamble for hours on end
  5. They normally have a set amount to gamble and stop when this is reached
  6. They do not hide the fact from family and friends

So, the question is, do you have a gambling problem?

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Do You Have A Gambling Problem?

  1. If you find following these guidelines difficult then you may have a problem, especially if you find you’re always raising the stakes looking for that elusive buzz.
  2. If you’re finding that the only time you stop is once you’ve run out of cash then you definitely have a problem.
  3. If you find that you spend more time gambling than socialising with family and friends
  4. If you’re feeling guilty about your gambling habit. Let’s face facts, there must be a reason for feeling guilty and isn’t it better to remove the guilt by stopping rather than letting it eat away at you until its too late?
  5. If you’re sneaking off to lay a bet or play the pokies
  6. If you have to convince yourself that you don’t have a problem

Unfortunately people with gambling problems ruin more than their own life, they also ruin the lives of those they love. Don’t allow yourself to fall into the trap of becomming a problem gambler. Learn to recognise the signs before they turn into a problem, and if you feel you may need help just remember it takes more strength to admit you need help than to deny it.

 More resources on responsible gambling.

 

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