Lottery Crusher Review
Looking at Lottery Crusher, I was a little dumbfounded. This site is as plain as it gets. LotteryCrusher.com touts itself as the ultimate solution to increasing the probability odds of winning lotteries. They claim we’re not taking the little wind, but some of those bigger wins – and consistent. So why would they share that with all of us and not just cash in on their system? Let’s talk.
Now that’s the million dollar question. Opening up their website, people are accosted with a video that has a voice that should rethink this kind of thing as an occupation. “Larry” is there to talk to you. It’s a video that yabbers on about how good their system is. Okay – so far there is NO information on what it does, but simply how good it is. Their tagline is “Are you comfortable using an unfair advantage to win millions in the lottery and get rich” is about as much information as you get.
Terms of Service at Lotterycrusher.com
With a total of about 263 words, mainly they underline the fact that this system is for entertainment purposes and in no way does it guarantee you will win. Duh! There is no information on opting out if you sign up excluding the fact they say there is a 60-day refundable guarantee.
So What Does Lottery Crusher Cost?
Digging into the site, we finally got to the point that there is a five day trial at the cost of $4.95 and supposedly you can cancel during that time. After the initial five days, the price is $39.99 every 30 days. Okay, it gets more interesting. Bouncing around their affiliates, the costs change. One of them offers a one-year membership at $9.99 per month paid yearly at a price of $119.98 up front. Then there is a three-month membership of $59.97 ($19.99 per month) renewed every three months. The one-month membership is $29.99.
Where’s the Money?
Click on their affiliate site, and you get a better feel of who is making money on this. There is a heap of blah blah blah on the fact about the amount the average customer spends and what you can make. This looks like a pyramid type of game where the only people that win are the ones selling the system.
Listening to Larry at LotteryCrusher.com
I think at this stage I’d probably pay Lottery Crusher to change the voice of Larry. They claim he’s some 27-year-old guy who has won lots with lotteries and wants to share. Ya, right. And I’ve got the Brooklyn Bridge to sell you. It’s a shame at the very least; they didn’t get a better voice for Larry. It’s about as dull as it gets and he goes on and on. Okay, if you last long enough, you get to hear from Bob and Charles and a few others. They sound a lot more enthusiastic but still – no substance. Merely the fact the LotteryCrusher.com’s system works.
Larry & Customer Service
If you want to share your dislike for Larry’s voice or have questions, there is an online form. That’s it! No snail mail or email address, no phone numbers and no online chat.
The Bottom Line at Lottery Crusher
Seriously, folks – I can’t believe anyone would pay for this. There is NO information on what their system is excluding they use statistical date and amazing analyses to help you chose the best numbers to win. Give me a break. I get that there are systems out there that supposedly increases the probability odds, but folks, most of this is sheer luck.
If you want to have something that will help you go to sleep, just click on the site and listen to Larry. Their system might or might not work, but listening to Larry is better than counting sheep!