Has anyone heard of this program?
Can be found at: www (dot) cheat-at-lottery (dot) com
Slick ad he came up with, or should I say the PR department.
'Doesn't give any examples. When I asked a few questions and needing examples was one, he answered all but examples.
I was going to get it, but wanted to see what others have said.
I JUST SAW A NEW VERSION OF THIS YESTERDAY, AND THE PERSON CLAIMS THAT HE'S HAD MANY REPORTS OF PEOPLE'S COMPUTERS CRASHING DUE TO MANY FAKES OUT THERE SELLING HIS SYSTEM, AND THAT HIS IS THE REAL MCCOY.
I converted your link to a non-clickable form, because the last thing I would want to do is to help that scam site's search rankings.
I left it there as an educational thing, even though this topic has been discussed several times before. People should go there, if only to recognize what a scam site looks like.
Anyone who pays for that garbage has been warned, and they are simply throwing their money away. Actually, it's worse than that. They are helping fund a scammer, who will most likely use some of their money to fund more scam sites, and scam more people. So you're helping to continue the cycle with your payment.
Timmer, when researching a web site, please try the Search page here at Lottery Post before posting any links. You'll find that most of these scam sites have been discussed before.
On the search page, there are options to broaden the time range you're searching, so if it doesn't initially come up, try doing that.
Okay, normally I do check, but ...
Thanks for leaving it up, we all need to a refresher from time to time!
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