Lotto Crusher Review

Lotto Crusher is a system designed by Everett Thompson that he claims will help you to pick winning combinations of lottery numbers.

What does the product offer?

According to Everett Thompson, Lotto Crusher is a system that allows you to pick winning lottery combinations with enough frequency that you can make a living from it. The system comes as a downloadable guide that details the Lotto Crusher formula. Everett Thompson says that the Lotto Crusher formula is based on the methods that 27 different multiple lottery winners applied with the best bits taken from each method and combined.

How does the product work?

Lotto Crusher involves looking at previous lottery results and using them as a basis for “predicting” future results. If you choose to buy into Everett Thompson’s sales material, by applying his formula to these numbers Lotto Crusher can pick out the most likely numbers to be picked. There are a number of reasons that this is mathematically incorrect that I shall look at below.

What is the initial investment?

At $97, Lotto Crusher doesn’t even fall into the category of being cheap enough to be a curiosity. There is however a 60 day money back guarantee which is something.

What is the rate of return?

Everett  Thompson says that although there isn’t a set amount that you can win due to the nature of lotteries, he does however state that Lotto Crusher users can expect to make up to $30,000 on a “pretty regular basis”.

Conclusion

There have been a few different lottery selections products coming to the forefront at the moment, seemingly due to the upcoming holiday period. Like many of them Lotto Crusher falls prey to the gamblers fallacy that in an entirely random setting (which a lottery is) a pattern can be found. For example Everett Thompson says that because lotteries are human made there must exist a way to “beat” them. He then fails to mention that the selection process is entirely mechanical and therefore entirely random. If the theory behind Lotto Crusher wasn’t enough to put you off I am sure that the badly photo shopped images will be. Ranging from luxury cars to the creators head, there is a lot in the promotional material that is questionable and this doesn’t bode well for a product that doesn’t start out with much credibility.

 

 

Comments (2)

Your veiw of lottery crusher seems to lack some knowledge on how lotteries are done .Certainly not random as there are a number of people who can pick several of the winning numbers all the time if you understand the way they operate .I consistantly get 3-5 numbers just by looking at the series of the numbers played. Also looking at the frequency of the numbers played you can see that they are all showing up around the same number of times ,if random some numbers would be way less than others .There are groups that play 20-25 lotteries around the world and win quit a few times and share their secrets.Their formula works for all of the lotteries around the world as they are all controlled by weighted balls and loading sequences .These guys have won billions by beating the odds and knowing which numbers will play next.

MakeMoneyForum Admin

Hello John,

There may be sequences, but unless the balls are weighted, and therefore rendering the the lottery as fraudulent, then lotteries are 100% random.

I played the UK lottery for about 6 months when it started 20 years ago (the wife’s insistence), and recently my wife said that she wondered how much we would have won if we had carried on for the remaining years. There are websites that check this, so I checked, and the winnings were around £400 over 20 years, but the costs were around £2000+ of playing every week.

I then checked how much we would have won had we chosen the numbers 1,2,3,4,5,6 and we would have won MORE with those numbers than our original numbers.

In our opinion lotteries are just cashcows for taking money from the gullible.

Regards,

Admin

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