Lottery System Reviews

I need to warn you up front – sadly, nearly every system out there is total junk. Seriously. So be prepared for some honest lottery system revie…

This is comments page 2. Read the full post here:-
Lottery System Reviews

685 Comments so far ↓

  • Liam

    Thanks for the honest reviews. I was going to buy Formula 1 Lotto. It looked appealing. I won’t touch it now! I will try WinLottoSystems. Glad to see you take no commisssions from Lottery systems. That is the ONLY way to recognise a genuine reviewer. Well done.

  • Beulah Morphew

    oops, I just ordered system from George T Ferguson. National Lotto Assoc, Arlington TX. He says all lotteries are rigged and his system will help me win.

    • Lottery-Guy.com

      Oh dear. Looks like another one for the bad guy list.

      If any lottery were rigged the operators would be in court for running an illegal lottery. But there’s just no need to rig a lottery anyway, the lottery companies profit perfectly well from running a perfectly fair random draw.

  • RONALD SMITH

    Hi just read your bad guys list. Wish I had found your site sooner, would have saved me a lot of money in the past, its brilliant. If anyone could predict the winning lottery numbers there would be no point in playing it. The only people getting rich are those selling this junk
    Best Regards
    Ron Smith

  • Dave

    Is the ‘Lottery Master Formula’ genuine?

    seem bits seem too good be true so is that what it is?

    Cheers

    • Lottery-Guy.com

      ‘Lotto Master Formula’ – oh dear, yet another trash system.

      Another classic example of the ‘secret system’ only the author knows. It’s all hype and zero information.

      The most hilarious bit is in the examples of his wins – there’s actually a ‘proof’ letter there that’s a well known lottery scam! So I doubt there’s anything on that page that’s actually true.

      He also says only 500 copies will be sold. Elsewhere he claims he’s already sold 567 copies.

      Don’t buy it!

  • laurie

    Just so everyone knows, you can’t participate in
    Love My Lotto if you’re from the US. I’ve already tried.

    laurie

  • Rick

    Thanks for your report on Ken Silver! I’m another victim of his. He will NOT answer emails either. After I bought “My Profile Numbers” thing of his, showing me which numbers to play, I went to the Texas lotto website’s “past winning numbers” section. I went back six months, and Ken Silvers suggested numbers didn’t even come close in the last six months of games! A real waste of money! Someone should report him to his home country authorities and get him OFF the internet!

  • David

    Never ever spend your cash on any sort of winning system. If you had one would you sell it?
    Why would you need to sell it if it worked?
    No easy way to win money and deep down you know that. So save your cash and don’t make the scammers rich. I rest my case.

  • David K

    I do not agree with the reviews on this site. Win Lotto Systems was recommended but this software only allows you to wheel up to 16 numbers. The best you can hope for is to win back some of the money you spend on tickets, while not having any chance of the big prize.

    Gail Howard’s system was trashed when that program is a great analytical tool.

    Inverted Lottery was trashed when that system gives you an inexpensive way to wheel all the numbers in the pool while reducing your odds and guaranteeing that one panel out of six panels using a reduced number set will have all the winning numbers.

    • Lottery-Guy.com

      Hi David

      Win Lotto Systems is recommended because it’s one of the very few products that actually give out good advice. (And the best you can hope for is actually winning the jackpot – same as buying just 1 ticket!).

      Back when Gail Howard actually had anything to do with the company, she just sold wheeling systems. Not much use but novel. Whoever owns the company now has added on endless bad advice about how to eliminate poor combinations and other ludicrous ideas.

      There is no such thing as a bad combination.

      Same deal with the Inverted Lottery System. There is no way to reduce the number set in a way that actually increases your chances. You’re just playing with numbers you feel are luckier – and numbers are only ever lucky when they win.

      They’re selling you a lie – don’t buy it.

  • Larry

    I have a question for anyone or everyone. If you have used Steve Player systems, what do you think of them? Are they worth the money spent on them. Is there a Steve Player? Are the claims real? Is it another legal scam? Thanks for your help.

  • Beulah Morphew

    I have spent hundreds on Steve Player’s systems. They are complicated and did NOT help me win. At one time he was going to be on TV, don’t think it happened. He puts out a beautiful catalog. Supposedly lives in the mountains of Vermont with 7 cats… at least, that was years ago.

Please Leave Your Comment Here

Subscribe To Comments?