What do you think “wshful” would stand for? I’m guessing wshful thinking may be about winning a lottery syndicate. Looking at Wshful.com, I think you’re going to have to be wishful to actually win anything. This is an online lottery provider that deals only in syndicates and only in two lotteries. Well, theoretically, they add a third one in their referral program but that’s it. More importantly, it all comes down to the numbers and though I’m not a mathematician, these numbers are not adding up for me.
Games at Wshful.com
Wshful offers three levels of syndicates for two lotteries – EuroMillions and Mega Millions. Their Basic $5 a week buys players into 5 EuroMillions and 5 Mega Millions tickets a week. Each syndicate/draw has 88 shares. The next level is the Standard of $12 per week for 15 tickets times 2 lotteries twice a week again shared between 88 shares. We’re still looking at 15 tickets by 88 shares for each draw. The top level is Premium with $20 a week for 30 tickets per lottery for 2 weekly draws. We’re still talking only 30 tickets to 88 shares for each draw. There is no information on how they choose the actual ticket numbers.
Why Do You Play Syndicates?
The whole point of playing in a syndicate is to maximize tickets to shares. The good syndicates definitely have more tickets than shares. This one doesn’t even come close. The minimum buy-in here is for 4 weeks. It seems fairly simple to opt out though you can’t officially until you finish that specific 4-week subscription.
Added Value Wshful Points
Players earn 6 wshful points when they first subscribe. Each referral that registers earns players 1 point and each that subscribes earns players 10 points. For every 10 points a player accumulates, this is good for 5 bonus lottery lines for US Powerball for 5 weeks. It looks like that is one ticket per week (even though we know Powerball is played twice a week). Get to 100 points and you get a year’s worth of bonus lottery lines.
Wshful Getting Your Winnings
If a player’s winnings are below £50,000, LotteryTech will collect the winnings and then transfer the money to your account. If the winnings are over £50,000, Cloud Canyon Ltd. collects the prizes and then shares them with all of the syndicate. Wshful.com says there are no administration charges unless the prize is less than £3.
Who Is Wshful.com?
You did note the two different companies. Wshful.com is owned by Cloud Canyon Ltd. They purchase the tickets through LotteryTech. Cloud Canyon Ltd. is registered in England and Wales with a snail mail address in London. There is also an email address and phone number. Customer service is available from 9:00 am to 17:00 pm GMT Monday to Friday. Wshful.com says to allow for 48 hours for any response.
Wshful and Who Can Play
Players must be 18 years or older (or the legal age to play where they reside) and can be from anywhere except the United States. One of the hilarious things is that in their terms and conditions, wshful.com says you can particularly play from Australia, Canada, Europe, New Zealand, and South Africa.
Why You Should Register with Wshful
No Administration Charges on Winning
Almost Anyone Can Play
Bonus Referral Program
Why You Shouldn’t Register with Wshful
The ratio of Tickets versus Shares for Syndicates
Only 2 Lotteries
Bonus Referral Program
Is Wshful Legit?
Syndicates are a great way to increase a player’s odds of winning but most good syndicates have more tickets than shares. This one doesn’t come close. Players are going to be wishful thinking about winning.
Wshful.com gets a thumbs-down. Shop around for good syndicates and make sure you do your math. It’s a great way to play lotteries when the numbers work!