Lottery Dominator

Lottery Dominator

Bad 1.2 | Reviews (73)
Price: $147
Trial: No
Guarantee: 60 Days
Description: Lottery Dominator is an e-book that claims it will provide the information to help make you a lottery winner.

Lottery Dominator Exposed — Richard Lustig’s System a Scam?

Lottery Dominator Exposed

Lottery Dominator Review

Opening up the site, in your face is a countdown clock that claims the video offered will disappear forever in a specific period of time. It says “this video is very controversial and may be offensive to some audiences. Viewer discretion is advised”. As we watched the clock continue to countdown, we wondered what could possibly be so controversial about lottery software and more importantly, what is this? We started moving around the site to find more information But – yes the but – when the download window started popping up, no one would go back and click the play button. Let me explain.

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Download Menu

As you sit on their site, a window keeps opening that is an auto download. This seems to continue at a regular rate as long as you’re on their site. That is until you go to the ‘getting started page’ and then it stops. The problem is the getting started page is simply the order form for the e-book.

Lottery Dominator Formula

That’s where we finally found out that is a digital e-book. Its tagline of “winning has never been this simple” is all the information offered. Oh, and the fact there are 60 days no questions asked money-back guarantee. One of the good things about getting to this page is the annoying download box stopped popping up.

What Is the Cost?

That’s where you find out the e-book costs $147.00 (guessing that is US dollars). I couldn’t figure out who would purchase this as there is no information on what it is supposed to do. There is only a bunch of claims on what the guy has won.

How Does It Work?

There is no information on what this e-digital book does or what it offers. There are a bunch of articles with claims by Richard Lustig on what he has won and spent his money on. Plus, there are also heaps of info in his book that has helped so many other people. There are bits and pieces of tips, but no real info on what his book offers – except it will help you win.

Terms and Conditions

Lottery Dominator has very limited terms and conditions that seem more aimed at ensuring the ownership of any information on this site. We had a particular chuckle with the claim that “if you print off, copy or download any part of our site in breach of these terms” you’ve got to stop immediately.

Who Is Lottery Dominator?

Lottery Dominator is owned by Software Projects Inc., a company with a snail mail address out of Malta and a North American toll-free number. It offers an email address and online form, but that’s it. What makes this even stranger is in their terms and conditions, Lottery Dominator cites the Computer Misuse Act 1990 which is from the UK. This e-book was written by Richard Lustig.

Lottery Dominator PDF

A PDF file of Lotto Dominator can be downloaded freely by browsing Google Search results. We downloaded it and found out it consists of 180 pages of how to win lottery information. If you’re interested in the information provided, here is a download link. Let us know what you think about it in the comments.


Why You Should Download Lottery Dominator


60 day money-back guarantee

Why You Shouldn’t Download Lottery Dominator


No Working Email Address

No T&C on Winning

No Info on Who These Folks Are

Would you mind rating Lottery Dominator?

Is Lottery Dominator Legit?

I don’t think we’ve ever read so many different comments posted on different sites on this Richard Lustig guy and his Lottery Dominator e-book – and most of it was not good. The auto download factor of an “” delivery of something onto my computer was enough to put the team off.

Final verdict: 1 out of 10 stars.

  1. OMG! I was recommended to use these systems Win Lotto Systems, Lottery Dominator, Lotto Black Book, and Lottery Audit all from a review place ….. now all those systems have been reported as scams! The only systems of those I tried were Win Lotto Systems and Lottery Dominator (both are terrible) Win Lotto Systems which I believe is really owned by the owner of is a disaster to use. Why would a review site recommend to use a scam system? As others have said already, something is very fishy here and the smell is coming from that review site.

  2. yes been reported years ago as a scam and all review sites say it’s garbage, yet I noticed one and only one review site says it is a good system. Well if there really is no system, just a high cost for junk, why only that review site giving it good reviews? Seems fishy, I think he might have something to do with the system, or at least was an affiliate which would be very bad as the review would be a lie and the whole review site a lie…just because it’s a review site does not mean it’s honest reviews.

  3. I tried to buy this system not accepting new members due to dishonest people in my area…what is that crap? If I’m willing to pay my money then sell me the damn product!

  4. My friends fell for this system if you can even call it a system, just tips to do for a very high price. There is another system I tried a ways back that had similar if not the exact same tips, possibly stolen from Lottery Dominator, that system was Win Lotto Systems which is now a known scam, no professor, no results, also high cost. Anybody giving Lottery Dominator or Win Lotto Systems a positive review is selling it. That’s what these cheats do so people like us get taken.

    • All lottery software systems that claim designed by a professor are total scams! No legit professor would sell such trash so you are correct Win Lotto Systems is a scam as well as a few others that use the professor lies.

  5. Last year I purchased this e-book, thinking that it would provide a useful method to obtain useful numbers which would improve one’s odds in winning some portion of a lotto jackpot! However, when I received the e-book, it was quite obvious that the “Lotto Dominator” was a quick money maker for the software company that produced it. I feel certain that it was an additional scam for one to purchase a useless piece of software that would yield nothing but disappointment. If you paid $147.00 for this publication you probably discovered that in reality it’s absolutely worthless and no way near a reasonable investment by any means! The next day I called for a refund, which I did receive. But, I suppose this company is banking on the possibly that a percentage of buyers would be so embarrassed they wouldn’t ask for their money back. As far as a rating, I would give them a zero or no star at all. Its unsettling to discover that there are those who have no sense of honesty or reasonable business ethics. Its so true that the “buyer beware” and “there’s a sucker born every minute.”


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