|Posted: September 22, 2015, 11:00 am - IP Logged|
Possibly - but at the same time, the State of Wisconsin when they came knocking on my door back in 2006 with a swat team thought what I was doing was illegal also and turned out that wasn't the case - but agreed, if I took in cash and claimed it was a skill game, it would be tough. But, if I offer a free play option and cash was for auto submitting numbers instead of manually doing it and cash was for not having to view advertisements and possible higher cash prizes, then I could in theory get away with it - same thing free lotto is still doing I believe - haven't checked them out that close lately - still just thinking about it -
SWAT intervention would just about make anyone get as far away from what it was they
were doing to get that kind of attention in the first place.
You say you've been to court already and won but yet seem very unsure about some of the
points Todd brings up. If this were a perfectly legal operation, you would know that and be
positive about the moves you intend to make in this business operation, it isn't just a game,
it's a business. Giving prizes for participation isn't nuetralizing any legalities you're going
to have to address at some point. Do you want state/federal attention? It's not as simple as
asking if anyone on a lottery site would be interested in participating in a fantasy lottery game.
There are no rules..except the ones you make, there is no recourse for people who feel
jilted, there are no laws or neutral third parties to govern what you're doing.
Paypal? They might offer user protection to a point but their bottom line is themselves.
There are just so many more what if's aside from the ones that just make it easy for you.
There is a profit side of this for you, correct? I'm sure it isn't something someone gets into
just for the fun of it.
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