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 42 reviews.
  • I won the big one.. $10.000. Thank you
  • Hi. I am not here to defend the company, but in 2014 I won $5 and since I received the check after one month. I took the check to the bank and they told me it was legitimate though they could cash it owing to the small amount. Since I play manually I have never given them my card info. You are required to give the card details when subscribing for "fast Cash" so that they can play your selected numbers automatically. If you win there is "claim the prize" link you should follow and send the code of wining number (they provide the code for every prize). It is hard to match those numbers though.
    • If you won a prize you have to put the prize number in the subject line of the email along with you personal info..

      I won 1.00 twice did what I was suppose to do and still haven't received a penny
  • Almost fell for this scam, just glad to have read all of you Guy's opinions about this free Lotto. Just think it really is a sscam
  • I won in may and aug of 2016 and other prizes before that and i paid a doubler fast subscription for over a year ,since 2014. You withdrawed from my acct every month $22 dollars a month and never honored my accts or your promises, and you put meBaxter under 2 acct numbers. I know i won a $1 at least!
  • When am i going to recieve my winnings.i am still waiting tor the post to be delivered
  • This is a SCAM!!!!!! Use your common sense and don't fall for it.
  • at least something to wait n pass my time. I know it was 1 in 800,000,000 to win. However who ever involve in ths work is crazy......
  • I payed today and the site gone
  • Someone let know if its fake or not..who used it
    • And yes, I was using it, until a day ago. Not an easy site to navigate thru.

      if you want credible sweepstakes sites, The Balance has a very extensive list of hundreds of good sweepstakes done by companies.
    • It's very fake. Or,at least, they're not giving away the large sums of money. I have been using a bunch of different lotto/sweepstakes sites, & I learned that the best way to certify a site like this is to google the winner's names and pictures. I googled the winners' pics, and NONE of them came back as who they were supposed to be, and most of them didn't get a hit at all! Except two of them. one guy's was a online drug dealer (made the same time he won, of all surprises! ugh) and another winner was a famous Indian celebrity WHO DIED IN 1966. LOL but they didn't even change the name for that pic! zomg.

      I believe the whole freelotto site is just making money off of people from the monthly payments ppl make. The site tries it's best to push you to buy their monthly subscription. You can fill out all six lotteries, press next, and end up at the "enter your card info" page with no "keep playing for free" button, so you HAV to press back on ur web browser and refill your numbers.

      ALSO, the way that sites usually do this is that they sell space on their website for ads, video ads, etc, and use part of that revenue to pay for the winnings. Freelotto has almost NO ads.

      So the question is, where the hell do they get their winnings from?

      Either that shady drug dealer page I found, or just from the sad ppl who are buying to play. BUT that still wouldn't be enough!

      there are a couple of stories about winners on PRNewswire, but guess who the source is? FREELOTTO, and only them. PRNewswire is exactly what the name is, just a PR setup site, with no credible journalistic integrity. Freelotto pays them to put these articles.

      So I ask ALL OF YOU. Please go to free lotto and check their winners section, and google search their pics and names. And hits you get are from freelotto themselves, if any.

      AND DO NOT GIVE THEM MONEY.
  • how can I get my money which I win?
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