|Posted: February 6, 2006, 12:38 am - IP Logged|
Sorry if I come off as a little quick-triggered. There are so many scam artists out there and so few good companies in this space, and I personally spent a lot of time researching this area that I really just don't want to see PTS harmed and gone away. I personally enjoy using their service, as do lots of other people, and as you say, many people are finding out about them for the first time.
I posted my comments not because I thought you were attacking them in some way, but to provide context for people seeing this subject for the first time, and possibly getting very confused by all the legal mess out there.
Importantly, I hate to see PTS and Lottery Universe even mentioned in the same post, because it sickens me that people throw their money away at Lottery Universe, and meanwhile PTS is a class act.
Also, my comments are accurate as to the fact that the article you linked to was written by people with no background in this subject. They're a dopey PC magazine. Your post seemed to imply that people could get a good legal knowledge by reading that article, and I don't think that's the case. I think they get mis-information by reading that magazine article, and in fact, people could be drawn to possibly give money to Lottery Universe after reading it. That would be like rolling up your money and using it like a match to light your cigar.
With regard to the article, I wanted to offer an alternative opinion to what those people wrote, again so that newbies will not be confused.