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Lovemylotto Review

Lovemylotto.com is a multi-lottery syndicate owned by a company called The Jackpot Store Limited. This is not a place to buy an individual lottery ticket and their syndicates include very specific lottery games. It is based in the UK, and open to anyone in the world as long as they are over 18 years of age and the country where they are permits playing online lotteries. According to their website, 95.7% of their players were winners in 2012.

Who is Lovemylotto.com?

Looking at the ‘About Us’ page definitely builds confidence. They were established in 2009 going online in 2010. Their key senior staff that operates Lovemylotto.com are profiled and available online! They are governed by the rules and regulations of the UK gaming industry. They are very clearly physically in the UK with two offices identified on their site.

How Does Lovemylotto.com Work?

Lovemylotto.com is a syndicate. A syndicate means that a group of people owns something or many things together in the common interest. In this case, the common interest is ownership of a group of lottery tickets. Lovemylotto.com has three levels of syndicates, ‘Bronze’, ‘Silver’ and ‘Gold’ costing £12, £24 and £36 a month respectively. The higher the level of the syndicate, the more tickets it owns. Each syndicate package involves five lotteries: EuroMillions, Millionaire Raffle, UK Lotto, Plus 5 and the £1 million daily Lottery. Each syndicate is made up of 28 members sharing in the winnings.

Getting Your Money

Winnings for Lovemylotto.com are simply credited to your account and an email sent to all members of your syndicate each time you win. They issue a check when you actually want to withdraw winnings.

Lovemylotto.com’s Site

The site is fairly straightforward and laid out to navigate information quickly. Registering seems straightforward requesting the usual information.

Customer Support at Lovemylotto.com

Besides the fact they have two snail mail addresses located in the UK, they have a telephone, fax and email to contact them Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. GMT. There is no live chat or weekend support. Lovemylotto.com does have a ‘knowledge base’ you can search for information as well as FAQs.

Concerns about Lovemylotto.com

Firstly, the cost of joining a syndicate is calculated monthly but the number of tickets that are included in the syndicate is calculated weekly. The Daily Draw discussed as one of the five lotteries that they offer is an internal draw. It can be confused with the ‘Daily Play that used to be operated by the UK National Lottery. Lovemylotto.com syndicate also includes the Millionaire Raffle. This is a UK only extension to EuroMillions that guarantees a £1 million randomly drawn Tuesday and Friday from the EuroMillions tickets purchased for that draw in the UK. It does appear that this can be paid into your account as part of the syndicate. It also was interesting in researching through the Knowledge Base/FAQs/Syndicates, the answer to sharing winnings referred to 29 people and not 28.

I also take exception to the fact they claim 95.7% of their players won in 2012. Either they have a lot or some very lucky players.

Affiliates of Lovemylotto.com

One of the confusing aspects of Lovemylotto.com is the number of different places to access it. They actually promote partnerships with other websites for a percentage. This doesn’t seem to affect their credibility but does make it a little confusing getting to their specific site.

Lovemylotto.com Complaints

Our team found one complaint regarding a combination of not being able to cancel the auto bank debit, not being able to access her Lovemylotto.com account and still receiving emails saying she’s won [scambook.com]. Hopefully, the winnings will continue to accumulate and someday she can access them!

The Bottom Line

This is a syndicate lottery opportunity that is clearly registered, identifies the people who run it and doesn’t seem to make any promises it can’t honor.

Pros

Clean Site

Easy to find information

Very clear instructions

Holiday promotions

Cons

No individual tickets available

Clearing checks (winnings) from the UK

USA citizens can’t play here

Our Team gives Lovemylotto.com a thumbs up as long as you want to play in a syndicate and aren’t interested in playing individual lottery games. If you want lottery tickets for your game and play individual lotteries, definitely go elsewhere!

  1. I joined the Platinum subscription and it is possibly the worst investment I have ever made. From day one there was one issue after the other. Had a pleasant call from their MD who set it up again but when I asked where I could view my tickets, he said he was looking into it for me but never resolved it. Every time I tried to join subscriptions they went wrong, never resolved. Promises of Bronze subscription as compensation for all the problems had to re register with a new name….Still did not work. In a year only won £8.00 but as I never saw any of my live tickets who knows. Honest opinion, don’t waste your time or money definitely a scam.

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  2. Their office is next door to a lap dancing club. They do not respond to emails, do not pay out and do not give refunds.
    Basically a shady operation which you should avoid. You may as well give your money to the nearest drain as you will get a better return.
    John Wiley, the owner, is well known by many people.

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  3. Disappointed with the lack of response from love my lotto, has anyone got a telephone number for them? Punters beware, I am still waiting nearly 4 weeks for my winnings!

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  4. I have made a payment request number 38884 (3 weeks ago) and I am still waiting. Now my emails to Cindy are not being replied to. Anyone else having this problem?

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  5. My syndicate has won £2.90. Apparently there are 40 people in a syndicate, but my winnings are a grand 0.07p. Can anyone out there explain this?

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    • Teresa – If you mean you won 7p (£0.07) then that would make sense as 290 (pence) divided amongst 40 people = 7.25 pence each.

      I presume the remainder of 10p (0.25 pence each, multiplied by 40) is put back into the syndicate.

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  6. The new thing on Lovemylotto is Platinum subscription which means yearly subscription at really reasonable price. I also like the fact that you can change your subscription at any moment with choosing the membership you want.

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  7. I joined this syndicate on the promise as I understood from friends that this would result in a hooker being provided free to show me a good time.

    She never arrived despite me registering

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  8. I have just registratered the gold package with Lovemylotto,and after logging out,I can’t relogin with my email address and the password that was sent to me via email…it has been over 24hrs now…I m Yet to find to receive any solution..very sad

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    • Hi Juliana,
      Have you tried to contact support about this issue? Or have you tried to reset a password?

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  9. I also find it strange, but no news and My confidence is gone. So i am very pleased and interested to learn that you consider running your own lottery syndicate. If i may do a suggestion, try to consider some ‘better odds’ lotteries like australian saturday lottery or swedish viking lottery as well… Of course we all wantto be able to play the big us/Aus/Nz and us megamillions 😉

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    • Again, we are not going to set up our own syndicate. We review them, that’s all.

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  10. I tried to join their syndicate but i cannot go through the registration process. I suspect belgian players are not welcome (see my problem with wintrillions syndicate)? In any case, i wrote lovemylotteo twice to get their explanation and i got zero response… I just wonder what happens if/when you happen to get the jackpot… I’m still looking for a trustworthy lottery syndicate, just seems not to exist.

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    • Thanks Roby! Strange, as they are physically in the UK and should accept Belgian players.
      As I’ve previously mentioned, we will post some syndicate information soon.

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  11. Dear Salas, you gave us a great idea! We will have the reliable syndicates page soon. Stay updated!
    About Lovemylotto.com, yes you can join them. According to their rules, “You can join and open an Account if you are over 18 years of age.” More than that, they claim that “since we launched in 2010, all kinds of people from over 90 nations have joined us”. So, it’s not a problem. Here is another excerpt from their rules: “All winnings are retained in your LoveMyLotto.com personal account until we receive notification that you wish to make a withdrawal. Payment to you is by cheque or Moneybookers. All payments over £5000 will be paid by company cheque, please note that in accordance with our Terms & Conditions proof of identity may be required when large payments are being made.” I suggest you to read carefully their TOS before start playing. And don’t forget to share your experience here. Good luck!

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  12. Hi Nick,

    1) Do you have any syndicates approved?
    2) Clearing checks (winnings) from the UK, what does it mean exatlly, i did not get your point. If i am in France. Am i still able to join them?

    They have some nice offer like gold syndicate with 1270 chances to bet and win every month.
    Thank you again.

    SALAS

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  13. lottomad – Not sure what to suggest but I’ve put the team on to see if we can get further information. Initially, I would suggest sending a registered letter to 10 Elm Court, Arden Street, Stratford-upon-avon, Cv37 6pa and see if you can get feedback. This is just one of the kinds of situations that can happen hence why we’re very careful on who we recommend players through (see our recommended providers). Let us know how you get on. Nick

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  14. I am a little distraught to learn the jackpot store has ceased trading this year and am concerned for my monies.

    please see http://companycheck.co.uk/company/07145994#summary-tab

    Can you tell me please how to contact longruff limited or haywire marketing in the terms and conditions because the details are not listed on the contact us page.

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