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Is the lotto black book by Larry Blair a scam?
I went to this website and the first thing that struck me in the 'lotto black book' The bullet supposedly taken from this mans leg is a rifle bullet. Um, color me pink and send me to fight in Afghanistan, but he would not get robbed/stuck up/or kidnapped with someone brandishing a rifle... Just too unbelievable. 2nd, I have worked for a state lotto program in the data processing center, the numbers are computer generated , threw random numbers. If you've ever done any sort of programming it looks sort of like this (Int(Rnd(1)*10) This produces and integer number , randomly creates a number between 1-10 in this case.. final word... "It is statistically impossible to map or predict random numbers" and you can take THAT to the bank..
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Yes, that one has been reported a few times. You can, if you have any doubts, take that check (Probably says "Multiplan") and see what your bank says. But don't send anyone an…y money or personal info!
Like someone else said above, I think the biggest indicator that the guy is false is that he's asking for money. If he knows how to beat the lottery with a foolproof system, h…e wouldn't need to make small sales on a book. Actually, he has to waste time maintaining the sight, driving traffic to it, maintaining his ad portfolio...there's nothing wrong with those things, but it's all a lot of work. If he were rich he wouldn't have to worry about all of that. The lottery has horrible odds. All betting is basically against you. If you are going to play to have some fun (and that is really the key word), and you don't want to risk a lot, it's better to bet sports. You can put a couple of dollars down on a bunch of teams to win, and the odds are horrible just like the lottery, but you can have a full day of excitement watching games and worst case scenario is that you lose less money than it would cost to go see even one game (or even a movie nowadays for that matter). As long as you treat it like entertainment and just do it once and a while then it can actually be fun. http://www.comparisononlinecasinos.com/online-sports-betting/
I don't think so. I mean lotteries are mainly about luck. So a book describing them all might be a scam. If he is selling 1000 books why all the effort to get people to his …site. The method is to find the most common numbers that are drawn and bet them. Lotteries are a random set of numbers some numbers will get drawn more than others but there is no way to predict the next winning numbers and never 5 out of ten.
I found the book on a site it is not completely free but it is cheaper the name is different but it offers the same formula lotterywinningtips blogspot com
Yes they can if you will provide them more or complete information of your identity. Learn lotto scam here http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Is_the_bigbig_lotto_a_scam&updated=1&waNoA…nsSet=2
no it is a scam. No one can predict the random set of numbers in any state or provincial draw. Too many people involved to make sure it is random. Too much money for the lotte…ry to lose if it could be predicted. $98 any winners would have made the news bragging how they won.
Yes. It is impossible to predict the winning combination out of 14000000 or more possibilities. That's why states and provinces use this method to raise capital. If it was… ever found to be that easy to win, the lottery would collapse and the state would loose all that revenue
Yes. $98 for the sale of 1000 books. The books would have all sold out and the winners would have made the news bragging that for $98 they won millions.
Yes it is a scam. The pot money usually becomes too high duringelection time. Then some random Filipino from abroad comes and winthe jackpot.
I am not sure! Obviously, because black market income is unaccounted money for which no tax has been paid to the national exchequer. In India, there is a parallel black money… economy which runs side by side of national economy. Unscrupulous businessmen stash their black money to Swiss Bank, and now at Mauritius which is a tax haven. Black marketing by creating artificial shortage of food items, or causing downfall at share market and incomes thereof, are definitely scams. In India, 3G spectrum auction and recent coalmine leasing scams siphoned off lacs of crores of rupees,depriving the government of its legitimate share of revenues.
Probably, the generation of numbers for the outcome of the game is very much random for any strategy to be effective.
Yes it is.
If you have to ask then the answer is Yes.
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