FreeLotto.com Reviews – Legit or Scam?


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FreeLotto.com is a website that gives people the chance to win over 11 million dollars, without paying a penny themselves.

FreeLotto.com provides six different possible games to play, and each game is free. You may enter each of the six games once per day, every day. According to their website, FreeLotto has awarded over $96,000,000.00 in cash and prizes since they were established in 1999.

In order to sign up with FreeLotto.com, you must be able to provide them with your real first and last name, an accurate email address, and a current postal address.

How Does It Work?

FreeLotto.com is free to their members only if you agree to view advertising on their website and by email. These advertisers and sponsors give FreeLotto the ability to offer cash and prizes without charging their members a fee.

You must provide a legitimate, working email address in order to use the website. All results are issued by daily email, and advertisers and sponsors must be able to contact you by email.

You may choose to unsubscribe from receiving certain types of emails by using the unsubscribe feature on your Player Profile page. However, if you unsubscribe from all email, then you will no longer be able to play FreeLotto.

Finally, FreeLotto does have a paid service, called F.A.S.T. Subscription Service, which allows members to choose the six numbers they wish to play, and they will automatically be played in each game, every day, for 30 days.

The Bottom Line

FreeLotto is not really a lottery, but legally is considered a sweepstakes, as members do not have to pay to play. Unfortunately, some states and nations do still have laws which prohibit their residents from using services like FreeLotto.com, so not everyone will be able to participate.

Before signing up, members should realize this means they are allowing their contact information to be distributed to partners and sponsors of FreeLotto.com. If you do not want your primary email address to be used in this way, make sure to create a new email address for receiving these advertisements and offers.

Some emails may offer goods, services, or special deals to members. Absolutely no purchase is necessary in order to play FreeLotto.

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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints

Average Rating for " FreeLotto " is 2.19 out of 5 based on 43 reviews.
  • The negative aspect of freelotto.com is that winnings are not paid in a lump sum and you have to provide an attested document to prove your current address every year via post in order to receive your annual installments in case you win the jackpot. This means the money is not guaranteed especially for people living in countries with unreliable postal service.
  • If you follow their instructions meticulously you shall receive your prize! my winnings of 300.00 were delayed about 6 months but i was continuously not giving up. They send you an email stating you won! And instructions on which you have to follow to the t! Very legit! Im next to win the 10 million dollars + the doubler! $$$$
  • I won $1.00 twice this year in February & June 2018 but have not received a penny even afta giving my information. Honestly, i think it is spam.So,i just unsubscribed from their e-mails and it is really tough to win.Only played for ten months from Oct to July this month and it is tough to get either all six numbers or the last seven numbers correct I assure you,Ooooh!
  • Thanks guys. Just tried to sign up until I read bad reviews. Its a scam definitely.
  • Ya eh ganado pero no eh recibido nada de premios ..pague para que mis números jugarán .. automáticamente..pero no eh recibido nada gracias dios los bendiga
  • I have no postal code i live in ethoiopia.i winned 3500&$... What can i do..
  • I won 1.00 twice..did all I was suppose to do to claim the prize...Still haven't received a dime...
  • Now i don't really believed in this,because i have signed up and played..So they claimed i have won. They want my credit card number i gave them everything and they found that my credjt card is not good for them.. i think because it's a Euro Credit card..You have cheque option too but they don't worked at all with thay..why must the payment be so difficult if i won a money for them.. that thing is fake..my meaning. ...If Free lotto wanna prove that it's not a fake website let them make some real contact with the [email protected] is my Email..
  • Sorry, I said they had no new winners in the past ten years, I was wrong, many seem to have won, I got confused with winners of the 1 million prize which mostly shows winners from over ten years ago and 10 million jackpot which only four people have won in all these years its been running, the last winner of the jackpot was the French guy some 12 years ago.

    But again there have been new 1 million dollar winners.

    They have a fraud and scam page and in it they claim they will never ask for your back and card information through e-mail.
  • I used to play freelotto off and on in Pakistan of all places, in early 2000s I did win 1$ thats one dollar, and they sent a cheque to me for that all the way there, I dont know if it was just to get me to keep playing and eventually even dish out money to subscribe thinking they are relaible.

    Also just checked up on their site, they have not posted any pictures of new winners in over ten years, all the ones you see on there are from 2000 and some from later years, in between they had removed Pakistan from list of countries that could play so I stopped going to the site to check if there were new winners, but trust me there are no new winners there, by the way they are calling all those old winners their LATEST winners.

    Interestingly I had a dream that I had won the jackpot 10 million on the site plus a car, but I think they were avoiding giving me the prize for some reason related to identity, so Pakistani police had to get involved, or it could be Pakistani authority were creating issues with the large sum of money transferred, it was so annoying not getting the money in my dream.
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