Don’t Be a Scam Lottery Provider
Are you a lottery provider? If so, you know very well how important the game of lottery is for avid lottery players. You might be a genuine lottery provider, with pure intentions, but if you lack certain things you can be termed as a scam lottery provider. I know, it’s not your fault, there are a lot of scammers in the world of the lottery, all ready to squeeze a lottery player’s savings out, and so it’s easy to call a provider a scammer. If you are genuine and you do have lottery players’ interest at heart, then these are some things you need to keep in mind:
#1 Introduce Yourself Genuinely
Let’s assume that you went to a party where everyone is talking, and you see a person standing in a corner looking at other people like he wasn’t invited. You go towards him, and you want to know what’s up with him, but he only tells you that his name is Mr. X and that a lot of people know him. When asked who knows you he says they’re anonymous. What’s your first impression? “What a creep.” Now if this person tells you to do business with him, what would you do? I would walk away before he even finishes his proposal. Lesson learned? Always introduce yourself clearly and in detail. You should be transparent because if you want people to do business with you, they have to be able to trust you.
#2 Be Backed By People
Let’s take a trip to a dentist’s office, shall we? Now you see a beautiful office, a qualified looking dentist, but no certificates, no reviews. You want to treat an aching tooth, but you have no idea whether this dentist is real or not. Would this bother you? Of course, it will, so assuming you ask how many years of experience he has, you hear him say, “I’ve been doing this for some years now, I’ve been calculating the parameters, doing all the calculations. I know exactly where to drill.” Um… what would your first thought be? Mine would be to run away because I certainly don’t want to be the scapegoat! Lesson? Always be backed by people and make sure that what you claim is true. There should be some group of people who know that you are a genuine person and that what you claim to provide as a lottery provider is not a scam.
#3 If You Live On Earth, Be Reachable
Let’s assume that you want to buy a house, and you’ve located a dealer just by visiting their office. Of course, an average person will look for recommendations, experience, legality, etc., but let’s think that we went with our gut feeling and decided to give this dealer a try. Now the deal has been finalized, you have paid the money and are awaiting your paperwork, but when you call the dealer, he isn’t responding! If you don’t want to be termed as a scam lottery provider, tell people how they can contact you and be reachable. It’s one thing to give them a number, but it’s a whole different thing to be available on that number. This is just an example, but let’s face it; it is an important one that can make or break your business as a genuine lottery provider.
#4 Ensure Your Backups Are Genuine
This is equally important because just being backed up doesn’t make any sense if those backups are fake! Let’s take an example of the dealer we talked about earlier. When asked how many people he’s dealt with, he claims that he was responsible for one of the biggest sale of the year, stating that it was all over the newspapers and that Mr. So & So was quite happy that he gave him a bonus. He even made it to the newspaper highlights. So this is true, you think, and you go online to see if it’s real. But unfortunately that Mr. So & So doesn’t even exist! No newspaper highlights anything, and that’s that. As a lottery provider, if you have testimonials, make sure they’re from real people because others will check this before doing business with you.
#5 Prove Your Claims Don’t Build Castles In The Air!
Probably one of the most important things to consider as a genuine lottery provider is to PROVE your claims. Many lottery providers claim that playing on their site can be lucky as there are tons and tons of people who have won. Okay, take it for granted, but why should I believe you? So make sure that all your claims are proven because without proof they’re worthless. Imagine that you’ve gone to a dress designer and you want a certain dress exactly how it looks. You’re going to ask them all your questions, but all of this won’t make sense until the dress designer shows you his previous work, right? That would solve all your concerns. Same way, a lottery provider must back his claims with proof if he wants to avoid being called a scam lottery provider.
Genuine vs. Scam Lottery Provider
Scam lottery providers are sometimes cheap whereas genuine ones are slightly expensive because they know what they provide is genuine. Don’t be a scam lottery provider, because people will lose hope in living the life of their dreams, be a genuine one because bringing a smile on people’s faces is a gem.