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Averil // Feb 4, 2012 at 11:32 pm
Ace Lee would not give me my money back – the download came out unreadable!
LG // Feb 5, 2012 at 9:29 pm
Don’t ask Ace Lee for a refund – go directly to Clickbank if you want to request a refund.
I recommend anyone who is thinking of buying a system read my lottery system reviews first.
BUT if you have already bought a junk system (or want to see if I’m right!) always go directly to Clickbank to get your money back. You are entitled to a refund if the product does not live up to the promises, so make sure you do request one. It’s the only way to stop these people selling garbage to other people.
Robyn // Apr 4, 2012 at 6:07 pm
Ouch!! Thanks Averil for sharing, I was going to get his programme, now I won’t bother.
Ronnie // Apr 2, 2012 at 12:06 am
Hello folks. I wish I’d found this site sooner. About 2 months ago I subscribed to the Winslips system for a month – absolute rubbish. I then bought the Formula 1 System about a month ago, again rubbish. This one comes with a 60 day money back guarantee, but I did not buy from Clickbank so I might not get any money back. I’ll give it a try and see. I’ve actually been banned for life from Clickbank for sending back too many systems that don’t work. Fortunately I’ve not spent a lot on systems, about £60 so far but that’s more money for these scammers. Just think about this; if these lottery systems are any good, why would they have to sell them? If the scammers claim to have a massive win on the lottery and they’re quite generous, as they all portray themselves to be, why not give the ‘winning’ system to a deserving cause. A third world country or an animal charity comes to mind. Of course they’re only ‘generous’ just so they can get our money. You know the type of thing in the sales blurb ‘buy now at this very low price’ or ‘we can only hold this price for YOU for another 6 hours’ etc., etc. Keep up the good work and expose these scammers. Thanx
Ron // May 7, 2012 at 3:00 pm
“The best advice is free advice because it costs you nothing to check it out”. Smart people research anything before buying… You would not buy a new car before test driving?
Russell // Sep 8, 2012 at 10:30 am
I bought the Kenny Silver method. Lots of silly math and a lot of time to fill out the stupid play sheets. It would cost a lot of money to play this. Some remarks were ‘well I finally spent $60 on tickets and guess what I won a couple of hundred and I was so happy’, but the truth of the matter is it’s all random numbers, and if you spend enough you might be lucky to win something. It’s all junk, none of those systems are worth the paper they are printed on.
LG // Sep 10, 2012 at 12:00 am
Systems like Ken’s are definitely junk, they just don’t stand up to even the most basic scrutiny.
If you bought it less than 60 days ago, please get your money back. It’s junk, it doesn’t meet the promises it makes, so you are entitled under the sales terms with ClickBank (the web store/payment processor).
Mt davis // Feb 19, 2014 at 6:05 pm
Hey folks as a new member here I’m really liking the fact that some one has stepped up to let people know to save your money and use it for your numbers and not give it away to junk systems. I too have fallen victim and have felt the “rip off” as well. Do your homework and make your system work.
Hint, Ace Lee is the same person as batman, superman you name it he doesn’t exist! Ken Silver has been around peddling the same junk for25 years. I know (my first rip off). BTW, in short his system is nothing more than writing 25 numbers across the top of a page then continue down in sequence, how random can you get?
Personally I play cash 3 a lot, I take my winnings and then parle that for my Mega or Powerball numbers that way you’re playing with house money. Just a thought.
LG // Feb 20, 2014 at 5:51 pm
Hey Mt and welcome 🙂
Ace Lee is actually a pen name for B.J. Min, which I believe is his real name and he really did work in a store that sold lottery tickets. But thankfully he has now withdrawn all his lottery products from sale. His scratchers book was OK, but the rest was garbage. But of course there are quickly another dozen people happy to replace those products with even more garbage… 🙁
I don’t recommend playing Pick 3 games though. The house always wins there – better to focus on one game with the right size jackpot.
Pascal Uduboker // Apr 12, 2014 at 6:38 pm
I used Ken Silvers Lotto System for almost 2 years hoping to win just by trusting his words – I had big hopes but at the end I compared his numbers on the lotto play cards with the old winning numbers for a year, and found out I have lost money and it was time to stop completelly with this junk. Pls help me with his contact so I can cancel my membership.
LG // Apr 13, 2014 at 7:11 pm
Sorry to hear that Pascal – just sent you an email with help on cancelling this.
Curtis Graham // Sep 11, 2016 at 7:04 am
To the Lottery Guy, can you tell me if any of the Win-Track products are any good? I bought several lotto systems from these guys and did not win anything, and they are very costly like $50.00 & $60.00 & $100.00 & up. Do you investagate all lottery gurus who sell so called lottery systems like these? Thanks have a nice one. Curtis Graham. September,11,2016
LG // Sep 11, 2016 at 6:15 pm
I’ve never seen anything useful come from Win-Track (see the Win-Track reviews here), Curtis. I’d suggest you stop giving them your money 🙂
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