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Topic closed. 1 reply. Last post 11 years ago by Todd.

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Posted: June 18, 2006, 8:38 am - IP Logged

 I think there should be always on firs page in lottery discussion section a thread called “ scam online lottery providers. Everyone who was victimized by any online lottery service would  write his/her story and warn others about certain websites. What do you think? Good idea? If so, vote YES or NO.  


PS Here is a link to my story: http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/134553/621040

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    Posted: June 18, 2006, 8:56 am - IP Logged


    Thank you for posting your experience with that web site.  For a long time I have been trying to explain to the people who come to Lottery Post about not only scams, but the dangers of using poor web sites/companies for lottery services.

    You run a big risk when you choose to use a lottery service that is basically run by one guy -- somplace.  For one thing, you discovered the hard way that these people do not necessarily have the best programming skills, so your personal data is at risk.  The web site may look very nice, but in the case of that site you mentioned, the little characters were most likely drawn by a "hired gun" or copied from somplace, and much of the text and layout is directly lifted ("stolen") from a web site that I personally created back in 2000.

    (In fact there ar MANY web sites that have outright stolen much of the web site stuff I have created years ago, including text (content), layout, site navigation, and JavaScript code.)

    I spent a LOT of time -- about eight months -- researching every lottery service company I could find on the internet.  The two companies I picked as the best of the best are the ones that now have ads on Lottery Post.

    Through my research, I am satisfied that by going with either of those companies, you will not have the kind of problems you experienced with that other web site, and you will be dealing with a real company that gives you value.

    Unfortunately, it seems that Prime Ticket Service is now undergoing a change in their credit card processing, so they are not accepting orders right now.  Betslips uses Click2Pay for payments, which sounds like would be perfect for you, because Betslips does not keep any of your personal financial information -- all of that is kept by Click2Pay (which is a huge company based in Germany).


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