When I first came across Lotto Dominator I was a bit turned off by everything I saw. Usually systems or programs that have over-the-top sales pitches like this turn out to be less than they claims to be.
If you are wondering if this place is worth the price or if Lotto Dominator is a scam program that is just going to be a waste of your time then you will want to read over a few things I’m going to talk about below. Richard Lustig’s program is not the amazing program that it claims to be and most people that buy into this are more than likely going to be disappointed.
Lotto Dominator Review
After landing on the sales page for Lotto Dominator I knew I had come across this all before. It turns out that Lotto Dominator is just a re-hashed version of Lottery Winner University, Lotto Crusher, & Lotto Destroyer which I reviewed in the past.
The sales video warns you that “this video is very controversial” which acts as a rather good attention grabber. I mean who wouldn’t want to see a controversial video about making money with the lottery? It sounds like some secret that only the rich know or something like that.
But unfortunately this is only a sales tactic. There is nothing controversial about the video.
What is Lotto Dominator?
Lotto Dominator is an ebook that supposedly gives you the secret formula to winning the lottery. As I said, its been re-hashed under a new names quite a few times over the years and this is because of the complaints that start popping up online. Once their are too many complaints they just switch names and start promoting it all over again with a clean slate.
Why are there so many complaints? Well because it doesn’t work as I’ll explain soon. But first I want to go over a bit about the man behind it all… Richard Lustig.
Who is Richard Lustig?
Richard really is who he says he is surprisingly. He is a serial lottery winner who has won over $1 million in prizes over the course of 1993 to 2010. He is even featured in Ripley’s Believe It Or Not for winning so much. This guy has been all over the news and claims that he doesn’t just win from luck. His winnings all come from to some secret method that gives him an unfair advantage.
Why hasn’t he won the lottery since 2010? Well that’s probably because he now makes all his money getting people to buy these ebooks that don’t work, which is probably way more profitable.
You see its known that Richard has won over $1 million playing the lottery throughout his life but what isn’t known is how much he has spent on lottery tickets, which I’m guessing could be a fairly large amount.
Why So Many Complaints About This?
If you do a little searching around the internet you will find tons of complaints about his various lottery products. Here is a screenshot of just a few of the many that are out there…
As you can see there are a lot of people claiming that they followed Richard’s formula and just ended up losing money in the lottery.
Why is this?
It Doesn’t Work!
The cold hard truth is that this product does not work. Richard’s method isn’t what it is claimed to be. I think Richard might actually be under the impression that his method really does increase the probability of winning the lottery but the fact of the matter is that it does not.
There is a really good article on Business Insider that disproves Richard’s method which you can read if you’d like. But if you don’t feel like reading it I’ll give you a summary:
The author of the article actually talked to a Statistics professor about Richard’s method and the conclusion on it all is that it simply makes no statistical sense that it will increase your chances of winning.
The core of Richard’s method is this: Play the same numbers every time and after you win stop playing those numbers. He says that this increases your chances because the same numbers have less of a chance of winning after they have already won. However, this is completely untrue and makes absolutely no sense.
Since lotteries pick the numbers at random there is still the same probability that the same number will be picked as there is for any other number during each drawing.
Interview with Richard Lustig
The author of the article went on to interview Richard after talking with the statistics professor and determining for certain that his method is a fraud.
When Richard was confronted about this he became angry and what was supposed to be a normal interview turned heated and ended abruptly.
Its hard for me to tell if Richard really believes in his method or not but the bottom line here is that it just doesn’t work… plain and simple.
What Other People Are Saying
Well as you say from the reviews I posted above, pretty much everyone is complaining about this. On LottoExposed.com, which is a site where anyone can review different lotteries, systems, methods, or anything that has to do with the lottery, this Lotto Dominator method has a horrible 1.1/5 rating with 56 ratings total. That is pretty darn horrible.
In fact I don’t recall seeing any positive reviews on this method at all online.
Final Thoughts & What I Recommend
Is Lottery Dominator a scam? I don’t know if I would go as far to say that because Richard honestly might believe in it. But does it work? Heck no. Should you stay away from it? Absolutely.
The method used makes no statistical sense and numbers don’t like. Its not like this is a grey area that is unknown and can be argued. Its a fact that this doesn’t work…. period.
The lottery is random and there is no method like this that you can used to increase your chances of winning. The only way to increase chances is to buy more tickets.
Anyways… that’s all I have for this review. I hope you found it helpful.
On a completely different note, you might be interested in taking a look at how I make money online. I make a living working online for myself and wrote a guide that goes over how I make money, how it all works, and how other people can do the same. You can read it here.
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