FreeLotto’s Lottery Pool

If you love playing games like the Powerball and Mega Millions, then you’ll love FreeLotto’s Lottery Pool!

Here’s how it works:

-Each week, FreeLotto purchases 100 Powerball tickets, 10 Mega Millions tickets, and 10 New York Lottery tickets.

-If any or all of our tickets hit the jackpot, we share the winnings with everyone in the Lottery Pool!

That’s 120 chances to win the lottery EVERY WEEK!

There are 2 easy ways to get into the Lottery Pool today:

  1. Great news for all of you readers who are already FAST members – You’re automatically entered into the Lotto Pool! That’s right, you’re already getting 120 chances to win every single week! (…and that’s on top of the 6 Daily FreeLotto Drawings!)
  1. Don’t worry, FreeLotto players who aren’t signed up to FAST yet can still enter the Lottery Pool each week, free of charge. Click here to find out how: http://www.freelotto.com/rules.asp?rules=freelottotop3lottopool&lang=en

If you’re not already signed up to FAST, you can sign up here!

And to find out more information about the benefits of FAST check out this FAST FAQ page.


Everything You Need to Know about FreeLotto’s TGIF $1,000.00 Sweepstakes

If you’re an active FreeLotto player, then you already know about our 6 free daily games, where you win cash and prizes for matching the winning numbers…but, have you heard about our newest Sweepstakes, where you can WIN MONEY JUST FOR PLAYING?

That’s right, no need to match numbers OR submit a prize claim. The new FreeLotto $1,000.00 Sweepstakes guarantees one lucky winner every week, and all you have to do is play!

Here’s the deal:

  1. Every time you play all 6 FreeLotto games, you earn 1 entry into the $1,000.00 drawing.
  2. Play all 6 games every day of the week, and your entries are doubled! That means the MAXIMUM 14 FREE ENTRIES to win $1K GUARANTEED SWEEPSTAKES!

So far, we’ve had 16 $1,000.00 winners – that’s $16,000.00 to loyal players just like you!

New winners are announced every Monday, so be sure to check your emails or our Facebook page to find out if you’re next!


FreeLotto winner tells his story of winning $2 million

José Reis, FreeLotto’s latest multi-million dollar winner, talks about what it’s like to become instantly rich.

“When I first received the email from FreeLotto telling me I had won this big prize, I was very surprised because I was not expecting anything.

“When I opened it, I first that it was a scam. I was very suspicious. I made my own inquiries. I found some telephone numbers, especially the ones for FreeLotto directors.

“I called them and sent emails, and they answered me. Then everything started to become clear. And I began to take the matter more seriously. I became very happy.

“I first registered at FreeLotto in 2008. And I’ve been playing for 7 years. At first, I checked the results every day. Then, of course, over time, I let it slide, which is why it took some time to realize I had won.

“I have a lot of projects in mind with the $2 million. Although I haven’t decided yet, I think I’ll probably travel, pay for my children’s studies, and finish some projects around the house, and a lot of other things, like charity, especially a program FreeLotto has launched to which I believe I’ll contribute to Amnesty International.

The only advice I can give to other players of FreeLotto, based on my experience, is to be relentless and never lose hope.”

Sounds like good advice for life.

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FreeLotto’s $2 million jackpot winner tells his story

FreeLotto’s recent $2 million jackpot winner, José Reis who lives in France, offers the following advice to all lottery players:

“Be relentless and never lose hope.”

Mr. Reis began playing FreeLotto in 2008 and would check his emails every day.

Over time, he stopped reading his FreeLotto emails every day and would only check every now and then. But he kept playing.

Then came the big day when his numbers matched the jackpot. And his official email from FreeLotto congratulating him on his win sat in his inbox, unopened.

The email sat for a few days until the subject caught his attention. He won?

He opened his email and his first reaction was that it was a scam. Two million dollars!

He read it carefully over and over. The language was pretty clear. He was a winner.

The email did not say he was eligible to win. The email didn’t ask him to purchase anything first. The email did not require him to provide a credit card or pay a fee upfront. None of that. The email just said he won.

So he emailed the FreeLotto office in New York City, not exactly sure what to expect back.

“We were wondering why he hadn’t contacted us sooner,” said a FreeLotto prize official.

A phone call was set up and the details were confirmed. Arrangements were made for a FreeLotto representative to go to his house and set up a photo shoot.

The realization that he was $2 million richer was now sinking in.

Mr. Reis needed to sign documents and understand and take care of his tax obligations.

Then came the publicity photo shoot, followed by a video interview.

Indeed, his dreams were coming true.

Mr. Reis said he plans to use the money for his children’s education, finish up some remodeling projects around his home, and to travel.

He also will be donating a portion of his winnings to National Amnesty, one of the FreeLotto supported charity programs.

His final advice to other FreeLotto players: “Check your emails!”

You may not be an immediate winner, but you have to play to have a chance of winning $11 million. If you enjoy scratch-off games and playing state lotteries, you’ll love FreeLotto. The odds are similar to state-run lotteries, except you can play for free.

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Latest $2 Million FreeLotto Winner Announced

Congratulations to José Reis from France! Mr. Reis is FreeLotto’s most recent multi-million dollar jackpot winner.

He joins an exclusive club of people made instantly rich by FreeLotto.

“C’est vraiment fantastique!” he exclaimed when informed he had won and could now make some of his wishes come true.

Mr. Reis didn’t purchase his ticket from any convenience store or have to come into our office to claim his prize. Instead, he played for free right from his own home. And we traveled to France to give him his money. How great is that?

And he didn’t have to give a credit card or pay anything first to claim his jackpot. Of course, he will have to pay his French government a nice sum for taxes, but that’s out of our control and comes from being nouveau riche.

We also shot a video which we’ll be posting shortly.

We’ll post a more details about the winner over the next few days.

If you want to win a few million dollars, play FreeLotto right now. It’s free and the odds are similar to your favorite state lotteries. And who knows, we could be bringing a big check to your house soon!


WARNING: Fraud Alert!

It has come to our attention that fraudulent emails are being sent out promising to pay FreeLotto® prizes. These emails may include our name, logo and links to our web pages. You should not send any money or personal information to anyone claiming to contact you in an effort to collect money in exchange for a prize.

  • These emails are NOT from FreeLotto® or any affiliated company.
  • FreeLotto® never charges you to claim a prize.
  • These emails may claim the recipient won a prize playing a FreeLotto® game or in some other non-existing version of our games.
  • We are the only patented FreeLotto® and have awarded over $95 Million.
  • The authors of these emails are illegally misappropriating the FreeLotto® name, logo and website.

If you believe that you received a fradulent email or if you have paid any advance fees, please send a copy of the message to FraudAlert@freelotto.com so that we can provide this information to the proper authorities.

Here is an example of the fraudulent emails that have been in circulation :

 

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How FreeLotto Games Work

Wondering how to win with FreeLotto®? It’s fast, uncomplicated and definitely NOT a scam! Here’s what you need to do to get started:

Register

You do not need to pay up front, offer a credit card, provide bank account information or submit any personal information in order to register. Registration AND play are free, no strings attached.

However, you must provide your first and last name, your e-mail address and your postal address. How else can we contact you after the daily drawing if you happen to be the lucky winner?

You may from time to time be required to provide additional information, which may include confirming your registration. You are responsible for claiming any prizes that you may win as further described below. The receipt of emails from FreeLotto® is required for your participation in and to claim prizes in FreeLotto® games. You will be notified during game play if the email address you submitted will enable you to claim your prizes. If your email address does not meet these requirements, you will be given an opportunity to submit an alternate email address. Some internet service providers such as Yahoo and Hotmail.com provide free e-mail services. Some companies provide free internet access and may also be available at your public library.

Participate

Each day a certain number of ads or questions will be posted at the game site that will remain on the site all or part of that day. To submit your entries for the daily contests, choose your numbers for each of the FreeLotto® games you are eligible to enter each day and choose a sponsor to visit by clicking on its banner ad, or answer a multiple choice question. You may submit one entry for each game available to you on a given day. You may also increase the number of banner ads available to you by answering questions regarding your buying preferences. Your answers will determine if some advertisers who seek to selectively advertise their products will display their ads to you. (Example: if you indicate an interest in fishing, fishing related ads may appear on your FreeLotto® game page). You may enter once from each ad or question but you are limited to one entry per FreeLotto® game per day.

Play

Registered players are eligible to play six consecutive FreeLotto® games each day:

( 1ST ) Classic FreeLotto®

( 2ND ) FreeLotto® Win A Car

( 3RD ) FreeLotto® Pay Off your Mortgage

( 4TH ) FreeLotto® FastCash

( 5TH ) FreeLotto® $100,000 GiveAway

( 6TH ) FreeLotto® SuperBucks.

Players must play each game they are offered in succession to be eligible to play the subsequent game and must enter all of the first 5 games they are offered to be eligible to play FreeLotto® SuperBucks. From time to time the FreeLotto® games may be offered individually or out of sequence. In such instances all other provisions of the FreeLotto® Game Rules still apply.

Player Eligibility

You must be at least 18 years or older to play. You must be a registered FreeLotto® member and subscribed to FreeLotto® emails to be eligible to play and win FreeLotto®. FreeLotto® and the FreeLotto® games are offered worldwide, with exceptions. For a full list of rules, exceptions and the most current details regarding player eligibility, please visit Official Rules of FreeLotto®.

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FreeLotto Fact or Fiction

Nothing is free in life, there’s no such thing as a free lottery. W R O N G !

It is completely FREE to play FreeLotto®. Don’t confuse this with our F.A.S.T. (FreeLotto Automatic Subscription Ticket) service. FreeLotto®’s F.A.S.T. subscription service is the best way to ensure that you never miss a chance to win. With a F.A.S.T. subscription, your numbers are played automatically in all six games each day and we automatically check your numbers for you to determine if you won. You never have to worry about forgetting to play or losing a ticket. When you win, we even automatically process a prize claim for you which ensures that you receive your prize. You will be charged a service fee for a thirty (30) day subscription, as set forth in the promotional material. The service charge will be renewed every thirty (30) days.

No one has actually won by playing these games. W R O N G !

FreeLotto® has over 60 Million members worldwide. Since 1999, FreeLotto® has awarded over $95 Million in prizes to lucky players. People win by playing FreeLotto® games every day.

FreeLotto sends spam email. W R O N G !

FreeLotto® is white-listed, meaning approved by and in good standing, with all major email service providers for our careful and honest email practices.

If you register and give out your email address, there’s no turning back. W R O N G !

We inform users at multiple points through the registration process that they will receive emails from FreeLotto® and therefore should not register if they do not want to receive emails. At any point, email recipients can be taken off FreeLotto®’s email list by clicking on the “unsubscribe” link located at the top of every email.

This is a phishing scam. W R O N G !

Fraud Alert. We have had instances where fraudulent or phishing emails were sent bearing our registered name and/or company logo. We have no control over these emails and they do cause some users to complain on public forums. Many of these erroneous complaints are anonymous and thus we have no way of responding to them. As you know Microsoft, Citibank, PayPal, Dell, and others are also victims of this type of fraudulent behavior. We strive to inform our members of these scams by posting and continuously updating our Fraud Alert Center.


Is FreeLotto a Scam?

Google “FreeLotto and scam” and you’ll find plenty of results challenging the legitimacy of the service and detailing customer complaints.

It certainly does seem too good to be true. After all, playing a game of chance where you can win real money for free does seem like it should come with a catch.

Well, there is no catch. It is a legitimate service and company, and after reading this you’ll understand how it all works – and makes sense.

Prevent yourself from becoming a victim of a scam: FreeLotto will never ask you for money before sending you your winnings. If someone does, he or she is a scam artist. Hang up the phone and don’t reply to emails or texts. If you think you are a FreeLotto winner, check out this page and click the first FAQ

U.S.-Based Company

FreeLotto.com is owned by PlasmaNet Inc., a U.S.-based company with headquarters in midtown Manhattan. It has millions of members, generates revenue, pays taxes and is governed by all the applicable federal and state laws, statutes and regulations related to this industry.

FreeLotto.com offers its members an opportunity to play a game of chance for free and has been doing so for more than 15 years.

 

Principles Behind Every Sweepstakes

The basic principles behind FreeLotto’s games are the same as every other sweepstakes, and works just like those run by countries, states, multinational companies and local religious organizations.

It is a game of chance where the odds increase with the size of the winnings.

As is true for any legitimate sweepstakes, do you have a chance to win? Absolutely. Are the odds long? Absolutely. But there are people who win – just ask one of our 21 millionaires!

Here’s a list of recent winners.

In fact the odds of winning FreeLotto are similar to any sweepstakes with similar size prizes and numbers to match. The math works out the same.

 

What About Those Online Complaints?

There are 2 primary responses to those complaints.

But first, please understand that we take every legitimate complaint seriously and try to resolve each one fairly. So if you have a real complaint, contact us.

Now to the primary responses.

1. Unscrupulous Con Artists

Unfortunately, part of living in a free society includes having to deal with frauds, scammers, and con artists, as anyone knows who has dealt with:

  • The Nigerian Letter/Email scam where the scammers send you an email and offer you a share in a large sum of money if you transfer a small amount to them first
  • Telemarketing Fraud where a caller tries to trick you into giving up your bank information for a free gift
  • Identity Theft where scammers use your identity to rack up credit card debit
  • Ponzi Schemes where an organization pays returns to its investors from new capital paid to the operators by new investors, rather than from profit earned by the organization

Scammers also pretend to represent FreeLotto and attempt to defraud people who then believe FreeLotto is to blame.

Are a good percentage of online complaints about FreeLotto the result of scammers? Yes. And we try to warn everyone about it as much as possible. In fact if you do Google “FreeLotto Scam,” you’ll see our warning tops the results page.

FreeLotto’s Scam Warning Page

We even built a website called freelottoscam.com to help raise awareness of the scammers.

But clearly not all complaints are about scammers.

2. Legitimate Customer Complaints

Unfortunately, not every customer is a happy customer at any company in any industry.

As hard as we try, sometimes it’s not enough. Sometimes there’s a misunderstanding. And sometimes, some people just aren’t satisfied.

And that’s common for any organization.

Let’s look at pissedconsumer.com.

Search FreeLotto and you’ll find us there with a 2.2 rating and around 170 complaints.

FreeLotto page

Now search for the major U.S. department store Macy’s. Its rating is a 2.1 with more than 670 complaints.

Macy’s page

How about the gold standard of customer satisfaction Apple? Its rating is a 2.2 with 160 complaints and counting.

Apple’s page

You get the point.

Having angry customers does not mean the company is running a scam. It means the company is running a business with lots of customers.

The question is percentage.

We literally have tens of millions of players.

If FreeLotto were a scam, would we really be able to fool so many people for so long? No.

So, in the end, if you enjoy playing sweepstakes, play FreeLotto. Have fun. And who knows, you could become rich! After all, we’ve awarded over $100 million in cash and prizes, and we’re not finished yet!


FreeLotto Spam Policy

FreeLotto built a strong reputation for its no-spam email policy by adhering to email best practices as set by industry standards. FreeLotto considers these efforts a top priority which is the reason we only send emails to recipients who have explicitly agreed to receive our messages.

FreeLotto is “whitelisted” by all major Internet Service Providers (ISP’s) such as AOL, Yahoo and MSN Hotmail and is a member in good standing of the Return Path’s Send Score reputation program. Additionally, we participate in feedback loop programs with all major Internet Service Providers (ISP’s) to make sure we remove the burden of complaints from the Email Service Providers (ESP’s). We understand that spam is an ever evolving issue and does require cooperation by both senders of emails and recipients as well as ESP’s.

As standard practice, we include the following header in all emails that we send to ensure the recipients understand who we are and why we are emailing them:

Dear [FIRSTNAME], You registered to FreeLotto’s Sweepstakes on {Reg Date} . If you no longer wish to receive our FreeLotto emails or Play and Win with our games, click here to be permanently removed from our list.

All emails we send contain an easy unsubscribe mechanism in the header. With one click, the member is removed from our mailing list and will never receive another email from us.


Text Messaging Scam: FreeLotto Corporation – FreeLotto UK Mobile – FreeLotto Mobile Promotion – FreeLotto Bonanza

FreeLotto Fraud Alert
For more information, please visit FreeLotto’s Fraud Alert page at http://www.freelotto.com/fraudalert.asp

The FreeLotto customer care team has been receiving many inquiries concerning win notifications that are sent by mobile or SMS messages. FreeLotto notifies it’s winners via email or courier package.

An example of one of these scam message reads something like this:
CONGRATS! YOUR MOBILE NUMBER HAS WON FOR YOU $2,000,000 USD IN THE FREELOTTO MOBILE PROMO. FOR CLAIMS, SEND MAIL: freelottoagent72@aol.co.uk

Other examples can be found on the Fraud Alert section of our website at www.freelotto.com/fraudalert.asp (Examples 7 & 14).

Often, these scam phone messages like the FreeLotto UK mobile scam, will reference FreeLotto or other legitimate companies or lottery organizations. They have also deceptively used the name FreeLotto Corporation or FreeLotto Mobile Award. These messages claim that the recipient has won a cash prize and that they must provide their personal information to receive it. Once the recipient has provided that information, the person or organization sending the message will request a money order or cash wire transfer so that they can process the win. After receiving the money, they will invent another reason why the prize cannot be released until an additional fee is paid. This will continue until the alleged prize winner realizes that they are being scammed or, unfortunately, until they run out of money.

Please be advised that FreeLotto will never request money to claim a prize and we will never ask for personal information through an unsolicited message. If you receive one of these messages, do not respond. These messages are simply intended to scam the recipients into giving them money, or in some cases, personal financial information used to steal their identity. The sender of the message never intends to give out a prize. The prize is simply bait used to lure the potential victim in.

These messages are called Advance Fee Lottery Scams and are not new. They can be sent by email, postal mail, fax, social networking and phone messages. Often times, they will even use logos from real companies or lottery organizations to appear legitimate. They will either claim that the person has won a large sum of money or valuable prizes, such as televisions or cars.

If you have received one of these messages and are unsure whether it is fraudulent, please forward it to answers@freelotto.com and our customer care team will review it for legitimacy.


FreeLotto Prize Claiming

Are you a jackpot winner?

The FreeLotto® daily results email is the sole notification of any prize won. The receipt of emails from FreeLotto® is required in order to participate and claim prizes in FreeLotto® games. Players must check their FreeLotto® daily results email to determine if they are a prize winner and then must follow the prize claim instructions found within the email to claim their prize. Failure to claim a prize within thirty (30) days from the win date shall result in forfeit.

Prize Claiming Instructions

Players must send an email, from the email address on file within their FreeLotto player profile, to FreeLotto® at PrizeClaim@freelotto.com as evidence that they have won either a Classic FreeLotto® Grand Prize, ($1,000,000.00), a Classic FreeLotto® Second Prize ($300.00), a Classic FreeLotto® Third Prize ($5.00), a Classic FreeLotto® Fourth Prize ($1.00), a Win A Car Jackpot Prize ($50,000.00), a Pay Off Your Mortgage Jackpot Prize ($100,000.00), a FastCash Jackpot Prize ($10,000.00), a $100,000.00 GiveAway Jackpot Prize ($100,000.00) or a SuperBucks Jackpot Prize ($10,000,000.00). The subject line of this email must contain your Transaction Serial Number (TSN). The TSN is displayed after each game played on the website and is also located in your FreeLotto® confirmation and results emails. The TSN must match the FreeLotto® Confirmation Number in our database for the date that the prize was won and must also match the player information. The body of the email must also include your first name, last name, address, phone number and date of birth. Failure to provide the TSN or failure to claim the prize within thirty (30) days of win shall result in forfeiture.

Once a prize claim has been verified and this information is deemed a match, prize winners will receive additional instructions by mail. The instructions will require Classic FreeLotto® Grand Prize winners and Second Prize winners, Win A Car Jackpot Prize winners, Pay Off Your Mortgage Jackpot Prize winners, FastCash Jackpot Prize winners, $100,000.00 GiveAway Jackpot Prize winners and Superbucks Jackpot Prize winners to sign and return a notarized Affidavit of Eligibility and Liability/Publicity Release to PlasmaNet Inc. and to provide, where required, applicable tax forms within thirty (30) days following the date of the attempted mail notification. All of these winners must also provide picture proof of identification to the sponsor; identification may include a driver’s license, passport, voting card or similar government issued photo ID, which must exactly match the information provided during the FreeLotto® registration process. Failure to provide all requisite information within this time period may, at PlasmaNet, Inc.’s sole and absolute discretion, result in prize forfeiture. The instructions received by email for Classic FreeLotto® Third Prize and Fourth Prize winners will offer an option to either click on a link to donate their winnings to a designated charity or receive a check for such amount. If neither link within the email is clicked, a check for prize winnings will automatically be sent to the winner.

Prior to being declared the winner of any prize, Canadian residents will be required to correctly answer a mathematical skill-testing question to be administered by email and answered without assistance of any kind, whether mechanical or otherwise. If the Canadian resident does not claim their prize or cannot be contacted and the skill-test administered is not completed within seven (7) business days of the drawing date, the prize shall be forfeited. Failure to correctly answer the skill test question shall result in prize forfeiture.

The winning numbers will be posted after the drawing on the FreeLotto® website at FreeLotto.com.