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Posted: May 8, 2007, 1:49 pm - IP Logged

did anyone order any system from winTrack.com......

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      Even thought the link above takes you to a place where I put down Wintrack, and their junk systems, there is an exception to this rule.

      Ironically, It's funny that you bring this up, because I just sent in an order for Dan Hudson's one digit up and down system. Despite Wintrack's reputation, Dan Hudson has had some good reviews. He also has a no hassle refund policy. He only asks that you tell him why it didn't work, and that's it. It's costing me 134 bucks, but I like what I read.

      We'll see.

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        Even thought the link above takes you to a place where I put down Wintrack, and their junk systems, there is an exception to this rule.

        Ironically, It's funny that you bring this up, because I just sent in an order for Dan Hudson's one digit up and down system. Despite Wintrack's reputation, Dan Hudson has had some good reviews. He also has a no hassle refund policy. He only asks that you tell him why it didn't work, and that's it. It's costing me 134 bucks, but I like what I read.

        We'll see.

        Pac,how are you getting the Hudson system that cheap? When I went to the website it said it costs $146. It will be interesting to find out how you do with this. Keep us informed,thanks!

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          Even thought the link above takes you to a place where I put down Wintrack, and their junk systems, there is an exception to this rule.

          Ironically, It's funny that you bring this up, because I just sent in an order for Dan Hudson's one digit up and down system. Despite Wintrack's reputation, Dan Hudson has had some good reviews. He also has a no hassle refund policy. He only asks that you tell him why it didn't work, and that's it. It's costing me 134 bucks, but I like what I read.

          We'll see.

          Why wouldn't you just use Lucky's one-up-one-down system?  I'm sure you can find in in his blog somewhere near when he started it.  You'll save yourself $147 (or whatever the outrageous fee is), plus you'll have a system that is well-documented publicly at Lottery Post.

           

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            Pac,how are you getting the Hudson system that cheap? When I went to the website it said it costs $146. It will be interesting to find out how you do with this. Keep us informed,thanks!

            Actually it was offered at 199 bucks, but he slashed the price, because of some limited contract with Wintrack, and is supposedly going up once a certain number of copies are sold.


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              Why wouldn't you just use Lucky's one-up-one-down system?  I'm sure you can find in in his blog somewhere near when he started it.  You'll save yourself $147 (or whatever the outrageous fee is), plus you'll have a system that is well-documented publicly at Lottery Post.

              I wasn't even aware Lucky had one. But is it exactly the same instructions and format? Just one deviance from the original can mean a win or loss.

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                thank u for reply pacattack.......i am more interesting about one of the system on that site.....caled G-system.....u use only past three draws and somehow u shoul get some winning numbers....

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                  Someone once said here on Lottery Post that if you think about it, If there system is that good to make money, then why aren't they playing it and making the money, instead of them selling it to you and telling you, that you can make such big money on it. Just stop and think about it. If you found a system that could hit the numbers consistently as they say theres can do, wouldn't you use it for your own money making yourself.... You know this goes back to the old saying a fool and his money are soon parted.. If you just follow what the experts are telling you here on Lottery Post every day you don't have to give your money away like that... Maybe there is something here i'm missing and don't understand...

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                    Actually it was offered at 199 bucks, but he slashed the price, because of some limited contract with Wintrack, and is supposedly going up once a certain number of copies are sold.

                    That's actually just BS hype to get people to think they are getting a good deal and must act quickly.  It's just like the way they sold those dopey Ginsu knives -- "...call in the next 5 minutes to receive a pair of pairing knives free!!!"  In reality, you could call next week and still get the pairing knives for free, because it's a BS marketing hype designed to get you off your duff and place an order.  Because if you don't do it right then, the chances are very good that you never will.

                    I'll leave it up to you to decide if spending $200 for someone to tell you what numbers to play makes sense.

                     

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                      thank u for reply pacattack.......i am more interesting about one of the system on that site.....caled G-system.....u use only past three draws and somehow u shoul get some winning numbers....

                      I had that system, and either threw it away or got my money back if applicable. I forget the inner workings, but it was junk. I do however remember the title of this G system you mention, and that I definitely bought it. I personally wouldn't recommend it, but I'm not telling you not to buy it. That'll be your choice.

                      Good luck...


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                        That's actually just BS hype to get people to think they are getting a good deal and must act quickly.  It's just like the way they sold those dopey Ginsu knives -- "...call in the next 5 minutes to receive a pair of pairing knives free!!!"  In reality, you could call next week and still get the pairing knives for free, because it's a BS marketing hype designed to get you off your duff and place an order.  Because if you don't do it right then, the chances are very good that you never will.

                        I'll leave it up to you to decide if spending $200 for someone to tell you what numbers to play makes sense.

                        I'm totally aware of that marketing strategy you talk about, but that wasn't the reason I bought it whatsoever. I bought it because of Hudson's reputation based on some research I have been doing for a while. I just had to make a decision, and I chose to give it a shot. Wintrack has refunded my money a few times already, so as long as they keep on keeping their word as far as refunds go, I'll give it a go. It can't hurt.

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                          I wasn't even aware Lucky had one. But is it exactly the same instructions and format? Just one deviance from the original can mean a win or loss.

                          I don't know if the instructions are the same.  You'd have to look.

                           

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                            Someone once said here on Lottery Post that if you think about it, If there system is that good to make money, then why aren't they playing it and making the money, instead of them selling it to you and telling you, that you can make such big money on it. Just stop and think about it. If you found a system that could hit the numbers consistently as they say theres can do, wouldn't you use it for your own money making yourself.... You know this goes back to the old saying a fool and his money are soon parted.. If you just follow what the experts are telling you here on Lottery Post every day you don't have to give your money away like that... Maybe there is something here i'm missing and don't understand...

                            That's true, but it also depends on what game you're talking about. If I sell a system that involves the jackpot games, then yes, it would be foolish to share a secret that may make me have to share it with some other winner.

                            But if it's a p-3 or p-4 system, I can still make tons of money and reveal the system without it affecting me. Some people out there, like me, like to help others, knowing how hard it is to keep up with inflation, and other financial woes in this world. Maybe he isn't that person, but I'll never find that person if I just give up and wash my hands all together. Some people like to give something back to society. Some people don't. I'll just have to keep on truckin till I find that person, and personally I think I will as long as I have that impetus to look for it.

                            If you ask any entrepreneuer, he or she will tell you that they didn't stop after the first million, but instead, the drive for success never ends. Even if it means making money in many different ways.

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                              I'm totally aware of that marketing strategy you talk about, but that wasn't the reason I bought it whatsoever. I bought it because of Hudson's reputation based on some research I have been doing for a while. I just had to make a decision, and I chose to give it a shot. Wintrack has refunded my money a few times already, so as long as they keep on keeping their word as far as refunds go, I'll give it a go. It can't hurt.

                              OK, I'm just looking out for you.  If you're confident of your purchase, then go for it. 

                              Lots of people read these forums, so my posts are also to let those other people know about these marketing techniques, so they can avoid being taken to the cleaners.

                               

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