# Lottery Audit Review

Lottery Audit is a subscription service for online lottery analysis software. It offers a variety of analysis methods, all via an easy to use web base…

Lottery Audit Review

### 18 Comments so far ↓

• Aloke Dutta

I feel it will not work because, the authorities (who conduct these lotteries) apply some trick. All these lotteries do not seem to be fair, and numbers are not drawn at random. These numbers are fixed by the Lottery authorities, and the balls are magnetised accordingly.

• Hmm, why would they need to fix lottery draws? Lottery companies make plenty of money even when people win the jackpot.

• Allan

i think you are right! As i would begin to feel that way, because when the winning came to a certain amount it will be eaten away, you see.

but then again what is enough!? the winner (house) takes it all!

• Lotteries typically pay out 50%+ as prizes, so the house doesn’t take it all.

• Althea Stein

It’s good to know that people are trying new things to win the lottery. But it’s best to stay with what works for you. Thank you for letting me know what’s new and what’s going on in the world of lottery.

• Althea Stein

Thank you for sharing your lottery tips.

• No problem Althea – you’re welcome ðŸ™‚

• Harvey

Oh…. come on! It’s the same ole, same ole!

What’s more, a lot of the OFFICIAL Lottery Sites have some of the supposed “exclusive” features.

Lottery Guy is right: most systems (including this one) are a waste of time and money.

• Julian Burrows

The only use it could be is to eliminate all previous winning number sequences. As the chance of the same number sequence winning more than once is less than the chance of a lottery win in the 1st place. However the chance of exactly repeating a previous winning sequence just by picking random numbers has to also be pretty slim. Basically, a lottery, by definition, cannot be won by using a system.

• Mark

Thanks for all the great lottery info of many systems.

• Aleks

Lottery Pro-Multiplier System from Mike Gobbana must be another bad apple! Received it from Fulfillment Center, Hamilton Publishing PO Box 996, New York, NY 10268 -0996. Return for refund, can’t find an address like that in New York. Lucky it was my first try out, by luck I found Lottery-Guy.com. Would you know about Mike Gobbana and maybe the address I could return his System? Thank you.

• Yup – that one is already on the bad guy list here I’m afraid. Sorry to hear you got caught out by that one though.

Just return it to the PO Box address – get proof of posting though (ideally signed for delivery). Allow them a reasonable time to process it but if you don’t hear anything just go direct to your card company for a refund.

Hope that helps.

• Aleks

Thanks, I mailed today, certified mail and tracking. I will let you know if I receive any refund.

• Robert Lofrano

I have been using the Lottery Audit system for quite a while. My opinion is don’t waste your money. I have not won anything worth mentioning. They have a help desk link that I have yet to hear back from when I used it. As a matter of fact a few days ago I went to log on and the page “does not exist”. And this mind you was a one time fee only that did not have a renewal. The only one who made money was the guy who sold it! Live and learn.

• Mike

Lotteryaudit.com is a rip off site, now it does not even exist anymore. After I paid \$79.22 for it, and used it for years but did not win anything. I want my money back, better off not buying any system or software at all because they all rip you off.

• Yup, most of them are pretty useless – best to read my System Reviews before buying anything (you can find the reviews here).

• WDR

Mike, you are correct. This site was a rip off. I did the same thing you did but only used it for a few months, and then the website completely disappeared with no warning and no explanation. I did a web search, but can’t find any information about what happened.

However, using that site as a guideline, I wrote my own code that basically did some of the same analyses that the site was doing on the Mega Millions lottery, by analyzing past winning numbers, and auto generating my tickets. I have come to the conclusion that the only way to increase odds in this fashion is to exploit any bias that might exist in a machine. It is clear from my analysis that these machines are carefully calibrated by the lottery commissions to generate near random distributions, and thus it is highly unlikely that these systems will increase your odds of winning in any significant way. But at least you’re getting a valid set of numbers to play if you just like picking your own numbers for the fun of it.