Mr Lottery System – The First Look
When I first heard about Mr Lottery System, I thought, well here’s another site I’d have to review and what a task it would be… but here’s the good news. There’s no site. Yeah, it’s a free blog that is administered by a David Laster, who I assume calls himself Mr Lottery. Here’s what I saw on the blog,
“Weekly blog listing of lottery numbers posted by David Laster aka Mr Lottery 15, Dr Lottery and also simply Mr Lottery. Addition, Rundown and Subtraction are posted every Sunday morning. Other numbers posted throughout the week. Lottery Numbers, Cash 3, Cash 4, Helping people realize their dreams through the Pick 3 lottery since 1997 Lottery Results “Mr Lottery Turns Your Ticket Into Cash”…”
Now what surprises me is that Mr Lottery System has been available since 1997, how come it isn’t as popular as other lottery software? Maybe the guy wants to keep things simple, or maybe none of the tickets were turned into cash!
What Mr Lottery System Is All About
It’s about cheap marketing stunts that include tons of “call today” and a million question marks in one post. I actually find that really annoying, I feel like the one writing this must doubt himself so much because almost every sentence ends with a question mark instead of a full stop? See? That’s what I mean. Apart from that he keeps publishing his email address asking people to email him and his phone number for people to call. It’s rather weird why a lot of important information is not disclosed on his site. At the end of every post he says,
!!! Big Money!!! Big Money!!!
“Mr Lottery Turns Your Ticket Into Cash”
Seriously, What Is It About?
From what I have read so far, he posts winning numbers along with an unrelated video clip of Janet Jackson and is almost getting ready for a big holiday – thanks to the people who secretly bought his product. He is quoted saying,
“My business offers great service. We strive for 100% customer satisfaction and will do what it takes to make our customers happy. The buck stops here so there are no rules getting in the way of our ability to get customers exactly what they need. **Play at your own risk-entertainment purposes only”!!!”
This clearly means that he is charging for these services so they’re not FREE, I repeat they’re not FREE! My question is that how can you claim that you strive for 100% customer satisfaction when you don’t provide any information at all about yourself or the kind of cost you charge? Now remember shallow waters are always deep.
My 3 Cents on Mr Lottery System
If you want to try a product, what it is that you check for first? Reviews. If there are no reviews then you see if the price is small enough to not matter, what if there’s no price? What kind of customer service can you expect from a business that doesn’t disclose important information like the details about the creator or system, the case studies of people who used it, testimonials and price? In my experience, chuck this and move on. You might want to give it a try, but I’m sure that it’s not going to work because it just won’t.