LottosPhoto.com

LottosPhoto.com

Great 4.3 | Reviews (9)
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  1. I have played El Gordo the last two years on this site. Last year I won 120 Euro, not a problem with getting the winnings. This site seems legit and for real. There are so many scammers out there.

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  2. I signed up after contacting them about what guarantee I had they would pay me if I won a big prize. They replied the following:
    1. We are a company (Digital Trust Management SL) legally incorporated in Spain that is where we pay our taxes.

    2. When we buy the ticket for you we send you the scanned ticket by email along with our company data.

    3. Honestly, if the goal of any person is to create a company in a country of the European Union (before a notary) in order to keep the winning jackpot ticket of a customer I do not see a good idea.

    4. We send the photo of the ticket so that the customer is certain that his ticket has been purchased and has all the information about it.

    I found this a little comforting so joined and added 5 euros to my account. I then bought 1 ticket for the next euro millions lottery at a price of 2.5 euros and lo and behold my account was emptied. When I queried this, I was told, without choosing to, I had also bought a ticket for the following lottery on Tuesday. I never received a copy of the ticket or any results, so I know that this was a complete lie. These people are thieves and liars. Go deal with them at your peril.

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    • In lottosphoto.com the prices are clearly indicated, the price of EuroMillions is 5 euros each line.

      Regarding our response, we try to be kind and direct, below you can read our response, we do not agreed this review

      On 11/18/2019 at 2:29 PM, Steve Collins wrote:

      Hi,

      Thank you for replying so promptly. I agree that it would be short sighted to do such a thing. I will register so wish me luck.

      By the way, if I should be so lucky to win a major prize I would very happy to share some of It with you.

      Greetings from PH. Named after a king of yours I believe. J

      Steve

      From: Lottosphoto [mailto: info @ lottosphoto.com]
      Sent: 18 November 2019 20:51
      To: Steve Collins
      Subject: Re: Info

      Dear Mr Collins

      We are not offended

      1. We are a company (Digital Trust Management SL) legally incorporated in Spain that is where we pay our taxes.

      2. When we buy the ticket for you we send you the scanned ticket by email along with our company data.

      3. Honestly, if the goal of any person is to create a company in a country of the European Union (before a notary) in order to keep the winning jackpot ticket of a customer I do not see a good idea.

      4. We send the photo of the ticket so that the customer is certain that his ticket has been purchased and has all the information about it.

      Although our English is not perfect we hope we have resolved your doubts.

      Greetings from Madrid

      On 11/18/2019 at 12:54 PM Steve Collins wrote:

      Hi, I am interested in your service as I live in the Philippines and am a British ex-pat. I just wondered what, if any, guarantee I have that if I am lucky enough to win a major prize you will actually pay it to me? I believe that I am right that you will be the legal owner of the ticket so there would be no legal recourse under either Spanish or European law if you chose not to do so.

      Whilst I am sure you are a well-meaning and honest organization, 200 million Euro’s is an awful lot of money. I expect you have been asked this question before so I hope not to cause offense.

      Thank you.
      Steve

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  3. Professional, reliable, fast, 24/7 service. Only 4 games but within Spain and Europe is more than enough. Good luck Madrid.

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  4. Reliable honest and very good customer service

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  5. Great online scam-free lotto service provider, bet and win lots!

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  6. I’ve being playing on Lottosphoto.com website for the last 3 year and never had a problem. I always get a scanned copy of my lottery ticket and those couple of times that I got a prize they transferred my wins to my Bank account. Whenever I have contacted them, the response is quick and precise, they have great e-mail support for players. As they are in Madrid, I buy my EuroMillions and Spanish Lottery there…

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  7. I like how they work, they send you a colour photo of the ticket and you can bet one line if you wish…they are in Madrid.

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  8. I have used this website regularly without any problems whatsoever. I have won small prizes on a couple of occasions and they paid me quickly. I find the process simple and fast.

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  9. Hey, I really like the concept of setting up my own syndicate and managing it. We’ve done it with friends but someone always forgets to get their money into the pool and then there is the whole argument on whether they get winnings or not. Nice to take all that out of the game and simply those that want in – can pay!

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Lottosphoto Review

Sometimes I wonder how these guys figure out what to name their web site. Take Lottosphoto.com – how unimaginative! Looking at their website, it’s hard to figure out why they chose this name though now I was there, I decided to take a look around. Lottosphoto.com is a lottery “messenger service” that buys lottery tickets for players. Their site does have a few gimmicks which caught my attention. Click on one of the four languages at the top and everything changes. Even better, go to their FAQ/Help and the selection of languages expands with some link to Google languages. I spent a heap of time jumping around to different languages to watch what happened. But, back to what they do!

What Does Lottosphoto Do?

This messenger service site lets players chose their lottery tickets for four draws: EuroMillions, El Gordo, La Primitiva, and Bonolotto. Lottosphoto.com physically buys the tickets from a government licensed lottery retailer or agent. It also offers ‘pool play’ where players can set up their syndicates with the Member Manager identifying who the members are going to be. I don’t get the difference between me simply buying tickets between several friends and sharing versus going through the effort to set up a pool play account here. This is not what I think of when I talk syndicates.

Lottosphoto.com’s Photos

Here’s where I finally found out about the photos. Lottosphotto.com says they send players a photograph of their tickets. I’m not sure how different this would be to scanning, and both can be scammed! I also wondered what is involved in taking the pictures, downloading and then sending. They must have a lot of time on their hands.

Who Are They?

Lottosphoto.com is registered in Madrid, Spain (I guess that is why they concentrate mainly on Spanish lotteries) owned by a company called Digital Trust Management Ltd. Though they have been in operation since 2011, to date they only have 2,604 likes on Facebook. That page is noisy with a mix up of pictures of winners (with no claims they won through Lottosphoto.com), announcements on the latest jackpots and pictures of things to spend your winnings on. Lottosphoto.com also links to Twitter and YouTube.

Lottosphoto & Complaints

I had a chuckle when I started searching for complaints. The only thing I found was a YouTube video which I couldn’t get into but noted: “YouTube users have flagged this video as possibly a scam, spam or commercially deceptive content.” I hadn’t seen this one before. They do have their own YouTube advertisement, and if you can get past all the pics of depressed and frustrated people, it flashes through a heap of stunning pictures suggesting what you might be able to do with your winnings when you “follow your dreams.” I did try to ask them about these two different YouTube sites, but they still haven’t responded.

Customer Service & Lottosphoto.com

Customer Service can be contacted through an online form, email address, telephone number or fax. There is a snail mail address if you have the patience to dig through their Help and no information on when they can be contacted or how long it takes to expect an answer. Given the capacity of jumping around languages on Lottosphoto.com’s website, I was surprised that questions and answers are only provided by email in English and Spanish.

And Winning at Lottosphoto.com

They say that they do not take any fees for transferring winnings to players and that area on their Help page is pretty clearly laid out listing all the different ways they transfer money to different parts of the world. I wasn’t able to clarify whether this is a prerequisite – being somewhere outside of Spain – to be able to play and I still haven’t heard back from them.

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The Bottom Line

Most good lottery services have an online chat these days to ensure clients can ask questions promptly. Most also offer more than just a few lotteries. EuroMillions is nothing to sneer at, but I also like the opportunity to play some of the other big jackpots and would prefer to register with only one service.

Pros:

Straightforward Site

No Fees for Winning

Photo of Your Lottery Ticket

Cons:

Only 4 Lotteries

Facebook Chatter

Help – Later than Sooner

Our team can’t give Lottosphoto.com a thumbs up or a thumbs down. It seems legit, but with only four lotteries offered, we will continue to play someplace else.