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polis_928tadw59 13 7.3k United Kingdom
15 Feb 2020 10:09AM
I received a voucher from the above for 20 FREE national lottery lines.- just phone on a freephone no. As usual nothing is free in this world. Searching the web shows that it is something to do with a syndicate, and they want you to pay £12 per week for the syndicate. !!!! Further info. on the net shows that any winning tickets would be invalid as Camelot only pays out on tickets bought at official Camelot sites, i.e. newsagents, etc.
Although the literature shows Yourlottoservice UK Ltd, based in Enfield, there is reference to Germany as well.
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15 Feb 2020 11:10AM
A quick look at the Companies' House website shows the majority shareholder (more than 75%) as a limited liability partnership, based in Germany, and the Enfield address looks like it's an accommodation address, so it could be a dodgy prospect.
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polis_928tadw59 13 7.3k United Kingdom
15 Feb 2020 3:30PM
Further searching this morning reveals that one should be extremely wary of this "product". It has been investigated by the Mail on Sunday, by Tony Etherington; also by Money Saving Export; also a third such site. All advised and warned against contacting them by phone. They require most of your personal details in order, I think,before you can have the free 20 Lotto lines ! On one site there is reference to it and Trust Pilot. The vast majority on Trust Pilot warn against falling for the scam. THEN there are SEVERAL Trust Pilot 5 STAR recommendations for LottoService...., and it makes you ponder if those are FAKE recommendations.
I will probably enter my 1 lucky dip Lotto ticket tonight, and squander £2.SadGrin


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