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Wintrillions Exposed — Providing the Confidence

Nick Silver
Last updated on January 27, 2016
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Wintrillions is an online lottery website, offering 22 biggest lotteries, 13 syndicates, 9 millionaire raffles and 3 raffle syndicates. Since its launch in 2005, WinTrillions has grown rapidly. Now it has over 480,000 customers in 118 countries of the world. Wintrillions, like Congalotto, is owned and operated by Ledonford Ltd, which is located at 3 Athonodorou Street, 2025 Stovolos, Nicosia, Cyprus. It also could be reached by email address [email protected] The website is available in 16 languages. Wintrillions has an extremely wide range of deposit methods (including Bitcoin) and offers the various play options, including single and syndicate play. According to Wintrillions website, they have helped over 260,000 people to win the various lottery prizes.

Wintrillions Review is an online lottery ticket website that allows players internationally to take part in lotteries all over the world from the comfort of their homes. In first opening their site, this looks good, really good. Okay – that made me suspicious. Scammers generally polish their sites. Looking deeper, these guys look for real.

What Does Wintrillions Offer? does not sell lottery tickets directly to the player but works as an intermediary between the players and lottery companies. You pick your numbers and they get your tickets and winnings for you. What makes them different from some other online lottery facilitators is they send scanned copies of your lottery tickets via email. It’s a nice feeling to be actually holding your ticket when the draw occurs! I can see it – I win! I win!

Games! Games! Games! offers a wide range of lottery games to play. Access to almost all the biggest and most popular world lotteries are on their site. From the comfort of their homes, lottery players can play US Mega Millions, US Powerball, SuperLotto Plus, SuperEnaLotto, EuroMillions, EuroJackpot, Oz Lotto, Mega-Sena, UK Thunderball and much more!

How to Buy a Ticket from operates like most online lottery sites. You have to register an account, top it up with cash, pick the lottery you want to play and pick your numbers. agents physically go to a certified lottery agent and purchases the ticket for you. Your name is printed on the ticket to confirm that you are indeed the owner.

The game is linked into nine languages, though it looks like these are different sites that are affiliates and not itself.

Spending and Getting Your Money at Win Trillions uses a 256-bit cipher SSl encryption for all financial transactions so you can deposit and withdraw funds to/from your account with confidence. This ensures your account is safe and out of the reach of hackers. Load Your Account

Major credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard and American Express are supported by the site. Debit cards and E- Wallet options such as Skrill, Neteller, Click2Pay and WebMoney can be used.

Customer Support at Wintrillions offers an extensive FAQ as well email, online form and live chat. Their Live Chat is business hours GMT-3 though you might have to queue to get a response. The guy I actually talked to said he was in Uruguay! I particularly like their Lottery Scams area under their Help. I hadn’t seen this before.

Lottery players also have the option of subscribing to get online lottery tips, promotions and the newsletter delivered to their email

Wintrillions’s Site did a great job at creating a simple yet user friendly website. It is colorful with a professional layout. Okay – I love green! Makes me think of money! It is easy to navigate through the site. Players can get quick information about online lottery games like the jackpot prize on offer and the time left to be able to play.

Hang on – Who is

The site was established in 2005  and is fully owned by Ledonford Ltd, an Internet messenger company.

Promotions, Bonuses and Extra Stuff has a whole bunch of bonuses and promotions. There is a page specifically dedicated to listing these. There are no permanent promotions on the site, therefore players should frequently visit check out the latest options. In addition to this, all purchases at earns lottery players’ lotto points. The lotto points you accumulate can later be redeemed for lottery tickets or subscriptions. Players can also use the site’s referral program for free tickets. Each referral will earn a player free lottery tickets. Check out Wintrillions deal of the day promotion page and the VIP lottery Promotion. Complaints

All popular websites that offer lotteries online will have people that gripe and bitch, especially if they don’t win regularly. is no exception. But most of the complaints seem to be some confusion between and [] and involves a lot of griping in Spanish. is linked through their languages list so maybe not all their affiliates play on the same page!

The Bottom Line at Wintrillions

This site looks and feels professional. Information is easy to access and the games are all internationally renown lotteries. I like that they offer a scanned copy of your ticket. I did ask the question on how this is done. Before they send it to you, they put your name on it. This definitely does provide confidence on who owns the lottery ticket!


pros Secure (256-Bit Encryption)
pros Available in nine different languages
pros Allows US Citizens to play
pros Powered by Custom Software
pros Many lottery games available
pros Good Customer Support including live chat


cons Live Chat is only available during business hours
cons Deciding which game to play first
cons Automatic syndicate renewal (thanks, David)

Information was updatedWintrillions changed its homepage layout. Also, they added a “Dream Alerts” feature. All you need to do is to set your Dream Alerts, and their customizable system will let you know when your favorite lottery draws meet your criteria. For example, you want to play the US Powerball only if its jackpot size surpasses 100 million. Simply set this amount with “Dream Alerts”, wait for email notification from Wintrillions and buy the ticket.
Information was updated1). Apply the following promotional code TRIPB50 to get 50% off on buying US Powerball tickets!
2). Apply the following promotional code TRIMM40 to get 40% off on buying US Mega Millions tickets!

Our team gives them a thumbs up though it would be good to get the eight other languages options investigated!

Information was updatedDear visitors,
The Lotto Exposed Team is really shocked by the amount of complaints we’re starting to get about the Wintrillions. All we want to ask is to give this trusted company some more time to sort everything out. They were simply overloaded by the amount of new players caused by Powerball jackpot. Wintrillions is an honest lottery agent and it’s definitely not a scam as some of you trying to say here. Please be patient and send all the complaints directly to [email protected]. They promised to assist.

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Wintrillions Exposed — Providing the Confidence 3.36/10 (67.24%) 29 votes


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41 Responses to Wintrillions Exposed — Providing the Confidence

  1. Julian

    You mention : “I’ve bought lottery tickets in many countries and I have never seen any ticket that provides an option to put a name on it.” …

    Actually I think this is quite incorrect, as most (if not all) lottery tickets I’ve purchased (mostly in the UK) actually expect you to sign and print your name on the back of the ticket. (And I’d imagine all tickets would/should provide this function). It’s actually what proves that the ticket is in fact your own. (Otherwise anyone can basically just pick it up, sign it, and just say it’s theirs.) – So yeah, you’re supposed to name & sign your lotto tickets.

    • Nick Silver

      Julian – you are correct when it comes time to cash your tickets but the actual ticket isn’t printed with your name on it at site. I like that does it. Thanks for the feedback! Nick

  2. dennis chaquette


    I have been using Wintrillions for a few months and they are getting worse and worse.

    Now I am lucky to get my scanned ticket before the draw, on the last draw it was sent 3 hours AFTER the draw, with no ‘property of….’ typed over the top, like they usually do.

    this could have been any random ticket that didn’t match a single number because it was emailed/posted hours AFTER the draw.

    For all I know, they kept my winning ticket for themselves, cashed in and emailed/posted a losing ticket to me.

  3. Cassanova

    Nick I am glad your here man. I live in a state that don’t have a lottos. So what do I do. I join I have had no problems. And I have had many small wins. People must realize even if your state have a lotto they don’t have’em all.
    The only way I am going to get my hands on 150 million is with the lotto not ObammaCare.

  4. Cassanova

    Hi here is a tip about syndicates. I have played them many time over the years, and won. 15 50 and 75 cents. Let say the win is big $500 and split 100 ways= $5.00. Well you can thanks but will you get a cigar?

  5. david

    There’s a key point that you and, unforgivably, Wintrillions don’t mention.
    If you enter a syndicate, it automatically renews!!
    This detail does not appear to me to be mentioned in the FAQs nor “How it works” sections of the site (it is however buried in the terms and conditions) so realistically the first you’ll know about it is when you get the email telling you it has been renewed.
    Two things that make this worse – 1. It auto-renews even if you have not stored any payment details in your account (it seems to just charge it to the payment method you used to first enter the syndicate) and 2. I can’t find any details anywhere on the website that explains how to unsubscribe meaning you have to contact their support service, which means cancelling is not in your control.
    This is really really bad practice in an industry with a dubious reputation. This drives a coach and horses through Wintrillions trying to position themselves as trustworthy and IMO is a hairs breath away from scamming.
    It would be great if you could check the above out, but I’m pretty sure what I say above is true (obviously I have just checked the site, hence my comment)

    • andrea

      How can I do to stop the renews!? Please help me. I have sent like three emails and I haven’t have answer and in the live chat they never answer!

  6. david

    Sorry to spam comments – happy for you to remove this if you wish.
    However, I forgot to say that details on how to cancel are not included in the section where you can review your subscriptions i.e you can review what you have subscribed to but there’s no way on that page of canceling them or details of how to cancel them. Again really poor practice.

  7. Daphne Foster

    I spoke to a gentleman a few days ago who was asking me to play. I refused and told him I have retired and live on the state pension. I now find I have been bought lottery tickets. No price has been given and money seems to have been taken off my credit card. Unless this is refunded to-day I will advise my bank and their fraud department what is going on.

  8. Rhys

    I play wintrillions from time to time, One thing I’ll say is when I first tried it I did rad about the auto renewals of syndicates, I just contracted them about it and said whilst I might play a syndicate again after given period I wasn’t interested in auto renewals
    they simply came back and said they had flagged my account to not auto renew. So when I play syndicate it never auto renews. So if you have concern with that issue just e-mail suppost and ask them to turn that option off

  9. Bryan

    Hello Nick, I’m a customer at wintrillions and I can tell you that they do email you a copy of the ticket, but they don’t put your name on it. They did the first time, but in the drawings after, they didn’t put my name on it.

  10. Andrew Barnes

    I have just had to send 3 emails to get an ‘automatically renewing’ subscription cancelled. They don’t make this clear when buying first entry. It is ‘in the terms and conditions’. There is no info anywhere to explain how to cancel a subscription. Why can’t they simply put the function on our account page? It isn’t even in the FAQs.
    As wintrillions is the syndicate site, (Congolotto is the simple purchase site) they can’t put your name on your ticket as you are buying a share in a large number of tickets!

    • Bryan

      Andrew I was not talking about the syndicate. It’s being said that they will scan your ticket and email you a copy of it with your name on it. This is not true, they will send you a copy of the ticket but it won’t have your name on it.

  11. iasuo karsom

    Hey guys actually I would like to share some of my comments and also trying to figure out if this win trillions website is accurate and positive. I’m from alaska..can you guys help me with my question? Is win trillion website reliable??

  12. PH

    I agree with David that the hidden auto-renewal is dubious to say the very least. :-/
    This should be clearly stated when submitting an order – also that description isn’t correct then, you can’t make any orders with winzillions, you subscribe …

    Also the way to cancel an auto-renewal by having to send an email to support is a strange, you cannot easily find the instructions regarding this (this is under Terms and Conditions) and one can imagine why this isn’t easily possible through your account settings … to discourage doing so and that’s -not- customer friendly either.

  13. YAS

    Hi, I am also interested in checking whether is genuine or not. They have two more subsidiaries with different names: and So if wintrillions in alright then the other two are also fit to play. I have been playing buylottoonline for a while but there are still some mixed reviews for it. A ticket getting after the draw is OK because it will eventually show your numbers being played. If the ticket image shows incorrect numbers, that should be a trouble. Hope there is some more discussions on wintrillions and its sister sites.

  14. Maria

    I’ve used wintrillions many times but the service is no longer reliable and I feel they are no longer trustworthy.

    They have taken my money and confirmed my subscription to lotteries yet then failed to provide me tickets to the lottery (That’s fraud). Their excuse was they were overwhelmed and shorthanded trying to process so many orders. (I have email proof of this dialog with their company representatives and wish there was a way to post those here publicly)

    Another issue I have with them is when I use Western Union they send me an email telling me that as soon as I send them the MTCN# and a scanned copy of the actual receipt they will process the order. This too is another lie on their part because just this week I sent them a MTCN# and a scanned copy yet they thanked me for sending them in and then only after which they told me as soon as their financial department has a chance to verify that the transaction is real they will let me know and then process the order. This is contrary to them telling me that as soon as I send them the MTCN# that they would process the order and I know a MTCN# can be verified in minutes.

    However 4 business days later and after several emails to them asking for confirmation and not hearing back I missed the Lottery drawing and someone else won, and still no process of my order. Even after sending them payment in good faith I lost out on the opportunity to win a $165,000,000 million jack pot simply because they were unable to process my payment in a timely manner.

    I have a remaining balance of money on my account and once that’s gone I will no longer use their unreliable deceitful service that’s plagued with fraud. I have screen shots and emails detailing all of these transgressions which will stand up in a court of law, especially the one where they confirmed my subscription and failed to provide me tickets to play and that lottery was won by another person. They refused to let me speak to an owner or senior manager to clarify this matter and when I asked for their legal department they also refused. Shame on them for their deceitful practices!

    PS it’s one thing when its a one time error but after several similarly repeated “errors” I have no choice but to chalk it up to gross mismanagement and deception.

  15. Paul

    OK so if they are for real, how do they get around the fact that many lotteries, if you win, you have to be a resident of that country to be able to win. I know that in USA UK and Spain you have to resident. I think its the same in Australia as well. Just curious to know.

  16. Bryan

    Hello Daisy, that only clarify things for US lotteries. What about americans winning Euromillions, or the Spanish lotteries and other foreign lotteries.

  17. Maria

    BE AWARE! !! !

    “Bait and switch” techniques being employed by this company

    Recently I was told by Wintrillions they only accept Quick Pay option by Western Union (My only option to pay is via Western Union … so other payments options do not apply to this particular post)

    When I informed them our Western Union branches here do not use or offer the Quick pay option they gave me a name and address of a person authorized by their company to send the payment to. After doing so the payment was processed and accepted and they thanked me and provided me tickets. Then most recently after swearing never to use their service again I broke down and sent more money to play one more time.

    I sent money the same way as I had the previous time to the same individual Wintrillions has listed as their agent. I used the same information and yet I was sent an email telling me I needed to go retrieve my money as they can only accept the Quick Pay service via Western Union and not through the channels that I had sent it. Of course this was the same channels I had used the previous time due to me explaining there is no Quick Service offered but they simply gave me the run around, and yet again missed the lottery drawing and the chance to win another jackpot.


    It’s amazing the can spend so much money on TV commercials and advertising yet they cannot hire competent staff to process simple orders.

  18. Dark Metatron

    Hi Guys,

    Just found out by accident while browsing that “wintrillionscasino” has closed down in June 2015 after just two years in operation (started in 2013) due to financial woes.

    It’s the sister company of “” which is rated very highly by this site & many other review sites.

    This rather worrying because …

    WinTrillions Casino is operated by Ledonford Gaming Services Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ledonford Ltd.

    WinTrillions, is operated by Ledonford Ltd.

    Does this mean that WinTrillions, the lottery messenger service, may be in trouble in the near future too due to cash flow problems?

    Nick, would you care to comment & shed some light for the rest of us who look to you for guidance & support?

  19. Maria

    I wish there were a way to post images as I could post several screenshots of things regarding wintrillions that raise red flags. I’ll try to enclose the links below.

    Currently I have a subscription to USA Mega Millions and when I was sent my most recent ticket today I noticed the ticket was from Florida for the Florida Mega Millions. Going to the Wintrillions website I found the Mega Millions next results page which indicates the next payout for the game of Mega Millions.

    There is a drop down menu so you can pick the state your Mega Million ticket is printed from to see the actual payments as each state have different taxes and rules, etc. Well low and behold Florida is NOT listed on Wintrillions as a state where they play tickers or provide the next payout details.

    Also as others here have noted my name is no longer printed on the tickets so there is a feeling of mistrust or no-guarantee

  20. John Stewart

    Wintrillions have called me from personal cellphones by so-called “sales-associates” about many “great” opportunities. They overcharge expensively for raffle tickets that has no chance at winning anything. You pay +$300 for a few raffle tickets that yield no return, whatsoever. Worse of all, since I stopped answering their phone calls, they began to buy random subscriptions for my account without my consent. DO NOT CONFIDE IN THIS COMPANY WITH YOUR SENSITIVE INFORMATION. WINTRILLIONS HAVE BOUGHT 10 TICKETS ON MY ACCOUNT WITHOUT MY CONSENT WITHIN A SINGLE MONTH–COSTING ME OVER $300. I HAD TO CONTACT MY BANK TO CHANGE MY PAYMENT INFORMATION.

  21. DeAnna

    A newbie to Wintrillions.. i am very upset that only after purchasing tickets was i told it would auto renew. Seems there should be a opt in option to renew as well as telling the customer upfront before purchase.

    Something else i dont like…they don’t provide all tickets in the pool so we can confirm what numbers were played in the pool and confirm how many were played. As a pool of players who are paying more to better our odds..i think we all deserve to see the tickets and numbers played within the pool of players. Not doing that makes me hard would it be to provide a list of all played tickets prior to drawing because how do we know were not all getting the same copy of the same ticket for example…wintrillions show all tickets purchased for the pool!!

  22. roxanne

    So my question is….. are they scammers or are they legit? I have the scanned tickets but my name isn’t on them. And if I’m in South dakota and the tickets are from Florida will I really be able to claim it? Or I paid $7 and got 7 tickets with 5 draws on each! Are they going to charge me more than the initial $7 their customer support email sucks they have not answered me at all.

  23. John Forbes

    **********AVOID AVOID*******************
    ******THIEVING SCAMMERS*****************

    After purchasing 2 lines at a reduced amount by debit card, I informed them by e-mail I did not want to renew. Not only did they not reply, they continued to debit my account. Their “live” support continually states they’re not on line at the moment & to leave a message, which I did & which they ignored. I also left a message on the “contact us” form which they ignored too. Finally, they also don’t answer their phones.

  24. Tamara Bell

    Do I have to buy my ticket in the U.S if I’m from Canada to win this Powerball jackpot? Im reading that you have to actually drive to the U.S and get a ticket there or you can’t win. So buying online wouldn’t be an option for us?

    • Daisy Morgan

      Hi Tamara,

      Purchasing online is an option for you because their local US agents purchase the tickets on your behalf.


  25. Ian

    Bought a ticket in USA Powerball from Wintrillions on 12 Jan 2016 for draw next day. Paid for Multi-draw entry over 2 weeks, Quickpick 2 lines per draw. Received copy of a ticket, Single game 1 line $2 no agents name or contact details, my name was not on the ticket, arrived before the Wed 13th Jan Draw. Tried to contact thru Live chat support to no avail, sent email to support@wintrillions – no reply as yet. My credit card issuer advised they did not allow their cards to be used for on-line gambling so charge will probably be reversed. This appears to be a sham if not a scam. Very dodgey. They also state that the lottery is responsible for deducting taxes from the winnings before paying out. The US Lottery Commission states the opposite. It is the responsibility of thw ticket holder to pay the taxes.
    Don’t trust this site at all. Don’t believe the positive posts as they are fabricated.

  26. Ken Fowler

    I can’t get to see a copy of the ticket they were supposed to purchase for me. I’ve tried numerous times and get a message saying that the ticket has not been scanned yet. It has several days. I bought for 4 draws, the first one of which has passed. I can’t seem to get any answer from on-line chat or their support website. I think my money has just disappeared!

  27. Asad

    I purchased a ticket from them on January 13 for which I was double charged. I sent them 3 email with screen shot of credit card transactions but never heard back from them. Today I received email saying that my subscription has been renewed. When I bought first ticket, I never opted for auto renewal and It was one time purchase only. I used to checked active subscription in my account every day because I was afraid that they would do something to rip me off but it always said” No active Subscription”. There is no option to see what is going on with your account. They announce on their website that if customer is not happy, they will refund first purchase. When I mentioned that to live chat person, he said it was impossible to refund first purchase. Clearly, they are trying to rip off customers. Please don’t buy any ticket from them.

  28. Roberto Georgio

    Joined Wintrillions to go in the big US Powerball i’m in Australia, then I realised Wintrillions were taking money out of my account every week, when I only wanted one original ticket, I sent several emails and no reply from them. Frustrated I went to there online chat, again no reply from them. this went on for a few weeks, I have now cancelled my card in order to stop them taking my money. I’m seriously thinking of contacting Authorities in Cypress to make a complaint about Wintrillions.

  29. voter

    After many emails about that I want to cancel all automatic syndicate renewals and they have to delete all data about me, these cheaters simply not responding and continuing to book money from my credit card…

    Moreover, they are declaring the booking as a cash withdrawal, so one need to pay not only the main amount, but cash withdrawal from a credit card which is in my case about 6 Euro per transaction.

  30. Lisa

    I have never experienced any problem with Wintrillions. I haven’t played there for a while, but they are definitely not a scam. Will stick to them anyway.

  31. Gerben

    Wintrillions aint bad. But they should revise their syndicates because there are just too many shares compared to lines. Also I find them a bit expensive although you pay for a couple of draws in advance with per line.


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