Online Lottery Players Prove theLotter Can Be Trusted
Online lottery players are learning to put their faith in online lottery agents! 2016 has just started and the online lottery industry is already creating history. As most of you know last weeks USA Powerball was worth a historical US$1.6 Billion. This post will show how I tried out theLotter.com’s syndicate ticket for the first time. I usually use the Wintrillions syndicate option but thought I’d give theLotter a go. As it was my small investment netted me a whole 33 cents 😆 I know it’s not much but it’s better than nothing and it’s inspired me to try the syndicate option more often in 2016. After all, it’s like I said in a previous post, Syndicates increases your chances of winning the lottery.
I can see that the number of online lottery players will grow even more in 2016. More and more people will be buying their lottery tickets online this year because theLotter.com has proved to be the online lottery site that you can trust. Sure, they’ve paid out millions in smaller prizes but people have always wondered whether or not they would pay out the big prizes.
They proved they could be trusted when they flew an Iraqi man over to the USA to collect his US$6.4 million first prize in the Oregon Lottery which I wrote about here.
This article shows how all the excitement over the US1.6 billion USA Powerball cause multitudes of people to go online for the first time to purchase their Powerball ticket. Traffic to my lottery sites went through the roof in those weeks leading up to the major draw and even I saw heaps of people signing up to the lottery sites that I represent. I’m sure they’ve all had a great experience too and will make many more lottery purchases online from now on.
That article will also show how theLotter.com has had another major winner. “
73-year-old grandfather H. from El Salvador can barely survive on his old age pension, but when he saw there was $1.6 billion jackpot in the US he remembered his father used to say “If you want to win the lottery, all you need to do is buy a ticket”. So he signed up with theLotter on Monday, bought a 3-line Powerball ticket and got a confirmation email.”
Online Lottery winner exists! While there are heaps of lottery lovers, like myself, who love being able to buy their lottery tickets online there are many more who are scared to do so. The biggest reason for not buying their lottery ticket online is because they don’t trust any of the online lottery sites, Even though I’ve thoroughly tested all the sites that I represent on this site.
I’ve even showed my readers proof of my wins, albeit small ones that they were. Most of these naysayers will tell you that were you lucky enough to win a jackpot you would never get to see that money. Well, as I’m about to reveal in this post, I have definite proof that this is not the case. An Iraqi man not only bought a ticket in the Oregon lottery online, he actually won, winning himself the entire jackpot of $6.4 million dollars.
How did he manage to get his hand on the winning Oregon lottery ticket whilst living in Iraq? He used the services of theLotter,com. No bullshit! His win was so amazing that it was even reported by NBC! This was the first time in Oregon’s history that a man living overseas bought a winning Megabucks ticket online!
And guess what? Even when consulting with legal experts the online sales was deemed to be legal!
The article goes on to say that the Iraqi man flew in personally to pick up his prize, which he decided to take over 25 years. What it didn’t say was that theLotter.com personally flew him over to Oregon so he could pick up his prize.
Another article, three days later in the NYTimes, goes on to talk about the legality of purchasing the ticket online. The crux of the matter is although the winner purchased his ticket online, a real person walked into the Binky’s store to purchase the ticket on behalf of theLotter.com. The owner of Binky also received $64000, a 1% bonus for selling the ticket. She didn’t much care who bought the ticket or from what country he came from.