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Ilotto Exposed — There’s Always a Catch!

Nick Silver
Fri, 27-Dec-2013 11:43
post thumbnail’s Free??? Games

Ever wonder why a company runs a free sweepstakes/lottery? I was looking at the other day and it took a while to wander through their site to get a handle on it. is a daily lottery with a bigger draw once a week. At first glance it is free, but as I dug deeper, I realized that this was not the case. Let me explain.’s Game offers a daily and weekly lottery. Both are simple in format with players choosing six numbers or opting for the quick pick. In the daily lottery, players win points and consumer goods like iPhones, MacBooks and iPads. Points are converted to quick pick lottery tickets for their weekly draw. The weekly draw has a jackpot of USD 1 million (6 of 6 numbers correct), 50”LCD TV (5 of 6) and iLotto T-shirt (4 of 6). There are no other prizes.

Premier versus Regular Play

Signing up to play is free. It’s not until you get into the small print that you find out you have to log on daily to enter for each draw. You also have to manually convert any points you’ve won to the weekly draw. They offer a Premier Membership for USD 19.99 (£9.99 for players in the UK) which automatically enters players into all draws for the month and converts any points won into tickets for the weekly draw.

Who Can Play at

Americans (not Florida, New York, Guam Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands and US territories), Canada (not Quebec) and UK residents can all play employees and affiliates can also not play. Member accounts are limited to one per person, family, household address, email address, telephone number and shared computer. Okay – what gives?

The ilotto Catch

Combining the fact that play is limited to Americans, Canadians and UK residents and per family or household, it’s easy to figure that these guys are collecting email and house addresses to send spam and other advertising. They do add an interesting twist to get people to buy the Premier Membership, but that means you are paying them to receive spam and other stuff.

Complaints at

I was surprised that there wasn’t a heap of complaints given what this lottery does. Then again, maybe that simply means there aren’t a lot of people that have gone for this sweepstakes. I personally found it amusing that they don’t list a heap of winners especially as part of your agreeing to play allows them to use your name.

Ilotto Customer Service

Don’t try and get an immediate response if you do have questions. The only way to get in touch with these folks is through an auto link to your email. There is no online form, live chat, phone number though they do provide a snail mail address. UK residents can actually send their entry to the sweepstakes by snail mail.

Who are They?

These guys look like they are based in the UK and I think they are marketers. There is no ‘about us’ page and no real information on them anywhere.

The Bottom Line at ilotto

We don’t know who they really are but you’re going to share your personal details with them – not! It’s in the registration process that they say “tell us where to send your prizes”. That means your home address & telephone number, and birth date.


pros It’s Free – Well Sorta


cons Premium Membership
cons Advertising
cons Spam

If you have the patience to probably put up with a heap of spam and click on every day to enter the daily lottery then you definitely need to get a life. If you pay for the monthly Premier Membership, then good luck to you. I think I’ll stick to playing lotteries like US Powerball and go for the real money.

Ilotto Exposed — There’s Always a Catch! 3.75/10 (75.00%) 6 votes


Hello everyone, my name is Nick. I am a founder and a primary author of the Here we are exposing online lottery agents, software and syndicates. Only on our site you will find a real truth about the lottery. Playing lottery is in my veins, writing about it makes most of my time. My life motto is: “You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.” So start doing and stop dreaming!

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21 Responses to Ilotto Exposed — There’s Always a Catch!

  1. Lowell A Wadsworth

    I was a victem of the ILOTTO scam.
    I need a way to contact them to stop the monthly charges to my Debit card!!

    • Daisy Morgan

      Hi Lowell, we suggest you to contact your debit card provider and have them blocked. Or to cancel your old card and to get a new one. Daisy

    • barbara owens

      as I see more people got scammed by your website. please take my info and delete it I feel I was hoodwinked. this made overdrawn in my my debit card. again REMOVE MY INFO YOU DO NOT HAVE TO DRAW MONEY OUT OF MY BANK CARD.

    • j Rudd martin

      Please cancel my account immediately. No more charges. I have informed my bank. I would call you but you have not any phone number that I can find.

      • Daisy Morgan

        Scroll down and you’ll see their phone number.
        Customer Service: +1-1-800-510-8731

  2. Don Harma

    I was just about to go for it until saw the following in their “user agreement”:
    I further understand that I am not required to provide my consent as a condition of purchasing any goods or services.
    WHAT?? Agree to purchasing good and services WITHOUT MY CONSENT….I don’t think so!!!

  3. somebody

    when i submited my phone number and everything i got a call from this weird guy voice saying if it was me, but it was weird i feel am in danger by giving them my personal information,, did this weird voice guy called yall too?? or it was only me am scare

  4. Barbara Saieed

    Can’t find any site to go to. Am being charged $19.95 a month for ILOTTO ~ ~ ~Have tried to get my info removed from their files. I DO NOT WANT TO PARTICIPATE IN “ILOTTO”. Someone get me out of this, please.

  5. Jason Hunt

    The number ilotto called me from 8064023444

  6. kevin drennan

    Some ilotto clown called me six times today. What jerks.

  7. Paulburchfield

    Does any one out there actually know how to get a hold of ILOTTO. I opted out several months ago and they are still chargeing my bank account $19.99 a month. And http://WWW.ILOTTO does’nt get you anywhere no customer service phone number or any thing. Can some one please help.

    • Daisy Morgan

      Hi, sorry to hear that. Did you try to contact them via email ([email protected])? Also, did you call their customer service (+1-1-800-510-8731)? Daisy

  8. colin battison

    Dous”nt anyone who complains on your site about having there debit or credit card credited by rip of B——–. All they have to do is cancell there card [1 phonecall] i know it causes hassel but it”s better than being ripped off by scamming shitheads. Colin.

  9. William Fisher

    I have tried to cancel my account ( ILotto GBR) with no success. Please advise me how to do this.

  10. Justine DeVoe

    How can I STOP these emails???

  11. George nderson

    I talk to a person yesterday and cancel my lotto, he said he would do it. I check my bank account and you look out $19.99 out of my account. What is going on. Please put my money back in my account.
    George Anderson

  12. Dante Torres

    Pls unsubscribe my name in this I was being charged $19.99 in my debit card which is unauthorized. This is a big scam. Thx Dante Torres

  13. scribingCment

    Haven’rt won anything yet…if I even will. But I suspect if my numbers ever do come up, iLotto will send a message saying I need to send them money to collect any winnings. Thats definitely a scam ! One shouldn’t have to “pay” anything for a cash prize.

  14. Deborah Gann

    I want to cancel my membership. Please get back with me as soon as possible

  15. John Wilson

    Is the website permanently not accepting entries? It’s been unresponsive for me since 2015-7-27 [July 27, 2015]! The winning numbers listed are updated and current, but I’m unable to select daily numbers. I’m unsure when I signed up for the website, but it seems this is their way of forcing me to cough up my credit card information for their advertised auto-picks. Screw this rubbish!! I would advise anyone else (who wishes to pick numbers for free) to bypass this site as well. R.I.P.!!!


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