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LottoLishus Exposed — Might Give You a Lotta Lotto Laughs!

LottoLishus Review

Looking at, I’m really not sure how this one got on our list to take a look at. There simply aren’t even the basics of what we look for to play pools or syndicates never mind lotteries. But I guess enough people asked about this one so here we go. Have yourself a chuckle!

Games at LottoLishus offers some sort of lottery pool or tickets or syndicates for Mega Millions and US Powerball. It’s hard to sort out on their web site. They break it down to $4 for the US Powerball (2 draws per week), $6 for Mega Millions (two draws per week) and a combo of them both for $8 per week. Players buy in for four weeks at a time. Then it gets weird as they say “pricing shown, 1 ticket per draw for four weeks” and for additional tickets add more money. So are we playing a lottery pool or one ticket?

Can it Get Worse?

Looking at’s terms and conditions they do warn you that they are short and sweet. I just wish what they had there made sense. They are back to the ole four-week subscription and are now quoting $7.99 for 8 spins per lottery. The annual amount is $79 for 104 spins per lottery, but seriously, how do you take these guys – seriously.

It Can Get Worse at Lotto Lishus

Their FAQ had the team rolling on the ground and maybe that was the intent. Besides the banter offered (don’t look for the facts here), they recommend using their service “that save you all the headache of running to the store, standing in line, listening to the baby crying behind you”… blah blah blah. They do finally get to the nitty-gritty and line up the rules on when and how you get your winnings, but it’s hard to take any of it seriously.

Winning at

So, anything under $600 goes directly into your dashboard (guessing that’s your account) which can take 6 to 8 weeks and comes directly from the California Lottery Commission. Okay – finally an indication of where they guys are playing their games. They split up the point where you have to go cash your jackpot yourself at one million and do get into the tax applicable. But, if you really want a chuckle, go into LottoLishus’ FAQ and read the rest of it yourself. There are no real surprises, but definitely, the guy (or gal) who wrote this definitely was on something. There is a pdf page that is their ‘legal opinion’ and it is even vaguer than the rest of their site including avoiding the question of who these guys are.

LottoLishus and Customer Support

The only way to contact is through an email address and social media options. We have no idea who these guys are or where they are and frankly, I don’t want to know.

The Bottom Line at

The team is still rolling on the ground trying to figure out if this is a great joke or someone actually expected this site to be taken seriously. The problem is, no one on our team would take the next step to register and find out what happens.

I’m not going to bother going through the pros and cons, but jump straight to the real bottom line – why would you even consider putting your personal details much less your credit card information in on this site? If you have and are playing here, please let us know.

Overall rating for Bad 1.9 from 0-5
Based on 15 reviews