MultiLotto.com is an international lottery betting service, operating by Multi Pay N.V. and offering 51 international lottery games. This service accepts the players from all around the world except the USA, Cuba, Iran, Sudan, Syria and North Korea. MultiLotto founded in 2010, launched in 2012 and operates under the License No. 1668/JAZ, issued to the Curacao eGaming (Cyberluck Curacao N.V.) authorized and regulated by the Government of Curacao. You can contact MultiLotto representatives via phone numbers: +356 3550 0060 (Malta), +44 20 8144 5099 (UK); email address: [email protected]; snail mail address: Abraham de Veerstraat 2, Willemstad Curacao, Netherland Antilles or online form. MultiLotto is available in 18 languages.
When it comes to online lottery providers, there seems to be more and more available on the web. Our team was pleasantly surprised when it went into Multilotto.com. It is a clean and user friendly site that provides a platform for people to play lotteries all over the world from your home on your own computer, place bets on the outcomes of the lotteries and play a variety of casino games. They offer a safe and secure environment to use your credit card both to buy lottery tickets and receive your winnings.
So Who are They?
Multilotto.com is registered and has its corporate headquarters in Curacao. It is also holds a gaming license and is regulated by the Government of Curacao. It’s a fairly young company having launched in early 2012. They publish their mission statement “To become the number one betting service for worldwide lottery players”. They back this with making safety and security their number one priority (their words) along with meeting customer requirements.
How Does Multi Lotto Work?
Registering at Multilotto.com is pretty standard. One difference is they clearly state “your details will not be shared by or sold to a third party of affiliate”. This is the first time I’ve seen this statement. In most cases on other sites, I have found somewhere buried in the small print that they can and will.
After registration, load your account by using a major credit card and you can start purchasing lottery tickets online. Currently, Multilotto.com offers an extensive list of lottery games. They include all the big names (Mega Millions, EuroMillions, Powerball) plus some of the more obscure games (check out Indiana’s Hoosier Lotto).
Players can also place bets on the outcome of lotteries. Their terms and conditions explains the process.
I reiterate they pledge they will not share your personal details with any third party or affiliates. This is a big one for me as it means I am not opening the window to potential identity theft issues and/or promotional offers from a variety of people I’ve never heard of.
Multilotto’s Bells and Whistles
The Home page has some very annoying advertising that scrolls through highlights the current big jackpots and the time left to play plus expanding their affiliates.
One thing Multilotto.com offers which I haven’t seen on other sites is a ‘Shop’. This is an area where high end items are advertised for the ‘new billionaire’. It’s an interesting page that definitely is an enticement to bet big. I mean, who wouldn’t want to own a Henessey Venom GT (that’s a car).
The site is offered in 18 languages and different currencies.
For the new user, they offer a 100% deposit bonus though they do note ‘the money must be turned over at least once’. The limit for this is €50.
On the registration page, there is a place to put an invitation code in but there is no where to find out where you get one or what this is. I’m guessing it is a referral system of some kind.
I couldn’t find any complaints. Webutation gave them a 100% on safety and their social reputation. Woorak only gave them a 51.7% though that was back in November and did make recommendations on how they can improve. Positive comments included liking the different way people can receive their lottery tickets including a digital copy or delivered to your home address [forums.saliu.com].
There is no live chat at Multilotto.com so all communication has to either be done through the online form, email or two telephone numbers in the UK and Malta as contact points, though have no idea what time someone is there to answer. The FAQ page is limited.
The Bottom Line at Multilotto.com
No sharing of personal details with third parties or affiliates
Clear and easy website to move around
Variety of games offered
USA, Cuba, Iran, Sudan, Syria and North Korea are not allowed
No 24/7 Live Chat Customer Service
FAQ is limited and not user friendly
Trying to decide which game to play
I will say I personally like Multilotto.com’s ‘Shop’ page and the timeliness of the articles posted on their site. It makes me feel like they really do want to be in touch with their clients.