View Full Version : Free lotto not paying
03-12-2001, 12:29 AM
I just wanted to let you know that Free lotto has stopped paying, so you might as well reconsider playing lotto on their site.
03-12-2001, 12:35 AM
420 Lexington Ave. Ste. 2025
New York, NY 10170
According to information in the Better Business Bureau's file:
Free Lotto.com was established in 1998. Mr. Aronin is CEO.
This firm is engaged in sales and auctions through the Internet.
The Bureau's file opened 12/99.
This firm does not currently qualify for the Bureau's highest rating .
This firm has received 2 complaint (s) in the last 36 months. 1 of those 2 complaint(s) were received in the last 12 months.
While this firm has responded to most complaints, it has failed to respond to one complaint brought to its attention by the Bureau.
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03-12-2001, 01:37 PM
Just curious but neither of your links said anything about FreeLotto not paying out. Where is your information from?
03-12-2001, 03:03 PM
I HAVE recieved 3 checks from freelotto. They were all a buck a piece, but they were sent promptly, and they cleared with no problem.
If you have data to back up your statement, please post it.
03-12-2001, 05:02 PM
freelotto not paying WHAT?!?
i mean.. if this is about stupid $1 checks.. why even bring it up?!
if you actually WON something BIG... that might be interesting to hear about!
03-12-2001, 06:57 PM
It was a year or so ago, but I won Free Lotto a few times and always got my checks (yeah, they were under $5 each, but still)
They were also drawn on a major NY bank and if you look at their site, you will see that they are INSURED for payouts by a major, legit insurance company. Perhaps this has changed, but it was true before.
Lotteries in the USA are VERY highly regulated and the government does not fool around (ask the people at Reader's Digest and Publisher's Clearing House who each were "torn a new one" for fairly minor issues with their contests)
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