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Lotto-Dragons Lottery System. Is This Legitimate?
|Figured I should do a Lotto - Dragons lottery system review after receiving a multi-colored brochure in the mail.|
I certainly don't fault lotto-dragons for sending out unsolicited information in the mail trying to drum up some business and make some money, but I never asked to receive information from this company, so I assume they got my name from some list that they bought.
(This fine review was originally posted over at Poker Books and Stuff.)
Either way, I found the brochures that they sent me quite interesting. Much like a lot of other lottery numbers scams out there. Keep in mind that I don't know for sure that this is some sort of scam, but I am going to point out a few things from the claims in their literature that don't seem to hold much water to me.
The first thing I see it that they say "Lotto-Dragons" has hit at least four super lottos in the past four years. Two things about that statement that make me go Hmmmm...
The first thing is that they say "at least".... you mean they can't tell us for sure?
The second thing is that they offer no proof whatsoever that this alleged system for winning the lottery actually helped them to win. Sounds like a simple promotional claim that a scam type product and company would make, don't you think?
On the inside page of the big brochure they purport to show "headlines" from two years ago. I guess I am supposed to think that there were some articles published in a newspaper or magazine two years ago. The thing is, is that they don't show what publications those stories were in so I could verify that there are in fact other people talking about this lottery system.
The biggest thing that stands out to me is that this company does not even have a website. Who does business like that anymore? They are asking me to send $229.00 to a PO Box in Nevada? Yeah right!!
There are no names of company officers, no real proof of anybody winning anything, no real testimonials that can be found anywhere.
This really sounds like it is probably just a couple of guys that know they can collect some checks from the unwitting, send out a one or two page brochure with some re-hashed information about the lottery so that they can stay under the radar of the authorities and move on to something else. A PO Box in Minden, Nevada? Really?
Now I don't know that the Lotto Dragons system does not work. I have never tried it. Matter of fact I can't find anyone else who can tell me that this is a good lottery system either, so I am not even going to try it.
If Lotto Dragons does not work, then what is a good winning lottery system?
I think I'll stick with lottery systems that are proven to work. My good friend Ken Silver has several proven systems that consistently win the lottery with many, many testimonials from real people to back them up.
If you want a good recommendation for an excellent system to help you win the lottery then you should check out Ken Silver's Silver Lotto System or any of his other systems.
Ken Silver has been developing winning lottery systems for a long time, has many happy customers, and really and knows his stuff when it comes to knowing how to consistently get lottery wins.
Another nice thing about ordering from Ken is that you can instantly download the information right onto your computer, and if you find that the information is not what you thought it would be you can get your money back right away from Clickbank, the company that processes the orders.
Review by Victor Mayfield