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Scratchers strategy

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June 22, 2005
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I won't mention the name, but yesterday I was surfing and found this guy who claims that because of his long experience and research, that he found techniques on how to buy scratchers that are the winners.

He claims that through his experience, he knows which stores to go to, and what to ask the clerks, among other ways, which will greatly improve the odds of finding the winning tickets.

I know that if someone is selling a system, for the most part, it's a scam. But I'm wondering if anyone knows who I'm talking about, and whether they bought it and had success.

I went to ebay and found that a lot of people bought his system and were happy, and that only a few were unhappy. But that dosen't say much because 99 percent of the happy people described how satisfied with how the ordering of the product was expedited, not the quality of it. 

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    Atlanta
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    August 27, 2007
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    Here in GA the winners usually have a defect somewhere along the seams, of course its hard to tell the cashier give me the one with the defect only, also sometimes its the one above the defected.  The defect is usually a small black line or what looks like half of a "+" or where the preferation is it looks wider. 

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      rural lowcountry, south carolina
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      February 2, 2006
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      not worth the money, you know how the lp experts tell you to buy at a fast store, this one tells you to buy at a slow store, you know how lp experts tell you to buy more than a couple tickets or more at a time this tells you the opposite and tells you to ask clerks for advice. that's about it. 30 pages that could've been said on one.