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Win-Track G-N-System

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Posted: July 2, 2008, 1:46 pm - IP Logged

I just received an ad in the mail from a company called Win-Track, selling a system for the pick 3 and pick 4 lotteries. Here's a quote from the 8 page letter: "You must win at least $400 per day in your favorite pick-3 or pick-4 game for the next 30 days...or I will refund your fee that you send me today. No strings...no ifs, ands or buts."  The fee is $100. The line forms behind me. I wonder if the statement in that quote "you send me today" is some kind of legal loophole.

Seriously, does anyone use this system or heard of it? They have a website with a lot of other  lottery systems. The "creator" of this system identifies himself only as Mr. G in the ad.

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    Posted: July 4, 2008, 5:35 pm - IP Logged

    I got the same letter.  Generally I'd say that the Wintrack systems are Garbage!  However, two of the systems...Van Kelis and Tabulator show some promise in paper tests.  Against my better judgement I Purchased GN...not expecting much!

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      Posted: July 4, 2008, 5:43 pm - IP Logged

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        Posted: July 5, 2008, 9:03 am - IP Logged

        Have you had any luck with the G-N System? How in the world can they guarantee that you will win $400 a day or they will refund your money. I tried to check them out with the Better Business Bureau and found that they operate using two other business names with the same phone number. There were no large amounts of complaints although the BBB reports them as having an unsatisfactory record.

        Where can I find info. o the Van Kelis and Tabulator systems?

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          Posted: July 5, 2008, 9:46 am - IP Logged

          I haven't received the GN system yet so I can't answer your question.  However, I'm very skeptical about it...guarantee $400 a day...BS.  The systems are described on the wintrack site.  The key to the tabulator method is not what the numbers they predict are, rather what the numbers predicted are not.  However, this causes you to start wheeling....risky and expensive!  VanKelis keeps the numbers at  a minimum (6 or 7).  Since the play cost is low (this a hobby not an obsession), its not bad.  Over time and lucky timing ther could be some worth while hits.  The hits seem to come in patterns although paper testing using the florida 6/53 & 5/36 have had some of the predicted digits hit.