Do they really exist, are there really any lottery systems that work? Here’s the danger signs to watch out for before you part with any money.
You will find most lottery systems actually only claim to increase your chances of winning. Sometimes you can find that in the small print – mostly you will only discover it after buying. And that claim would be fine, if it were true.
Nearly every lottery system sold today works in the same way. They use different wording, but it amounts to the same thing. They claim to pick better numbers – either by getting rid of ‘bad’ or unlikely numbers, or by working Jio Lottery Number out those which are more likely to be drawn.
The fact is however, no number is better than any other.
This approach is fundamentally flawed, and cannot increase your chances at all. Lottery companies go to enormous lengths to ensure their draws are properly random. Why? Because a lottery that isn’t random is not a fair lottery. And an unfair lottery is illegal.
Are these system sellers really claiming they have proof that the lottery is illegal..?
Would You Sell The Secret To Winning?
Here’s the other problem. If you had developed a stunningly clever secret lottery system that really works, would you actually sell it? Wouldn’t you just keep it to yourself and close friends, and use it instead? At least until you’ve made yourself a bundle of cash.
And surely if that system really worked why would the seller be trying to make money selling lottery systems.
I’ve seen this explained away as the seller wanting to ‘give something back’. In which case why isn’t it free? It doesn’t cost anything to give away an electronic book or software.
And if they haven’t made millions playing the lottery, what are they doing selling you a system they claim will help you do just that.
But It’s Not All Bad News
There may not be any lottery systems that really work, but there are a few tricks you can use to get a better chance of winning. Just don’t waste your money on systems. That money could have been spent buying you a winning lottery ticket instead.