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Posted: August 4, 2011, 4:23 pm - IP Logged

wonder if anyone has heard of or tried a system called lottery circle by ace lee(very expensive)

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    Posted: August 4, 2011, 10:43 pm - IP Logged

    wonder if anyone has heard of or tried a system called lottery circle by ace lee(very expensive)

    I've heard of it, but don't know of anyone who has used it.

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      Posted: August 5, 2011, 4:37 am - IP Logged

      dont think anyone has. he dodged my request for a demo on how to  predict a win for malaysia sports toto 4d using his method, since then whenever any mail from him i will automatically trash it.

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        Posted: August 5, 2011, 5:19 am - IP Logged

        wonder if anyone has heard of or tried a system called lottery circle by ace lee(very expensive)

        What is very expensive?

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          Posted: August 5, 2011, 9:08 am - IP Logged

          I believe he asked for $19.95 a month like forever. Talked about a cost of $5000.00.
          Offered no demo to prove its worth.

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            Posted: August 8, 2011, 3:19 pm - IP Logged

            If this man refuses to provide proof that his program will provide a profit, then one would be wise to say he is selling a product which is less than advertised.

            I would stay away from this.


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              Posted: August 8, 2011, 3:37 pm - IP Logged

              He's ubiquitous on Youtube. He believes that because he's been a store owner for many years, he's got an edge on which scratchers to buy and when by talking with various customers.

              I have a filter that I've developed over the years to distinguish between scammers and one's who may have potential. Thee filters don't always work, but I like it. Whenever you see a person or company selling a product/s over the net, and they plant themselves everywhere, to me it means that they are desperate to sell their product not because it works so well, but because of the profits made from selling it. The desperation reeks. Also sending people endless emails is another flag.

              One of the best pair systems I bought was from one reference I saw from searching on the net. The only way to find it was by knowing exactly where to go. You couldn't find it by just typing in the words pick-3 lotteries/ strategies...etc...However, early on, they did have an aggressive ad campaign, but it was short lived. That shows me that they wanted the word to get out, but didn't become annoying by pushing their sales pitches down everyone's throats.

              I've seen this Ace Lee guy on many videos and read some info on the net, and I personally don't like him and his sales pitch. Something about him is just not appealing to me, and he sounds devious.

              Also, I found out a few months ago that Ace and some other p-3 guru had joined together in an ad campaign that was a little scrupulous. How?, I don't remember the details, but I know it smelled funny.

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                Posted: August 8, 2011, 7:36 pm - IP Logged

                He's ubiquitous on Youtube. He believes that because he's been a store owner for many years, he's got an edge on which scratchers to buy and when by talking with various customers.

                I have a filter that I've developed over the years to distinguish between scammers and one's who may have potential. Thee filters don't always work, but I like it. Whenever you see a person or company selling a product/s over the net, and they plant themselves everywhere, to me it means that they are desperate to sell their product not because it works so well, but because of the profits made from selling it. The desperation reeks. Also sending people endless emails is another flag.

                One of the best pair systems I bought was from one reference I saw from searching on the net. The only way to find it was by knowing exactly where to go. You couldn't find it by just typing in the words pick-3 lotteries/ strategies...etc...However, early on, they did have an aggressive ad campaign, but it was short lived. That shows me that they wanted the word to get out, but didn't become annoying by pushing their sales pitches down everyone's throats.

                I've seen this Ace Lee guy on many videos and read some info on the net, and I personally don't like him and his sales pitch. Something about him is just not appealing to me, and he sounds devious.

                Also, I found out a few months ago that Ace and some other p-3 guru had joined together in an ad campaign that was a little scrupulous. How?, I don't remember the details, but I know it smelled funny.

                Do you happen to remember the name of the website selling the pair information?

                 

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                  Posted: August 8, 2011, 8:21 pm - IP Logged

                  Do you happen to remember the name of the website selling the pair information?

                   

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