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    e-LOTTERY ‘MULTI-WIN’ SYNDICATE

    Has anyone joined upto this scheme? Apparently you can increase your chances of winning the lottery by 702%! Wondering whether anyone can recommend it?

    Rod.

    virtualworlddirect.com/vwd…aspvirtualworlddirect.com/vwd…asp

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    [CENTER]Hi Rod,
    I had a look at it and I would not join.:-( [/CENTER]

    I have been a member of Virtual World Direct for about a year now and do very well out of it.

    I have earned over £1,500 in commission in that time period and just under £100 in lottery winnings. Just to compare this with your local lottery outlet, I also put my own lottery numbers on in my works syndicate and they have not even earned me £10 in over a year so this lottery system is very good.

    It all depends what you are wnating from this sytem. You can join just to play with the increased odds of winning, you can play and try to qualify to play for free, thus resulting in every penny you win being 100% profit, or you can jion to make a business out of it.

    I do the latter but have made my own landing page monsterjackpots as this looks more professional when designing flyers and posters etc. It looks better than having something like ]http//ww…asp stuck on your posters don't you think?

    There is also a second part to this lottery game, and you get your first bid absolutely free. I am not spamming here, I am genuinely giving people a freebie. So go now and put in your free bid to win a Merc CLK at freebidz and good luck, after all it only takes one bid to win. :wink:

    mod edit: removed third party links as they're not allowed in the forums

    SAFC1BeerMonster

    I have been a member of Virtual World Direct for about a year now and do … I have been a member of Virtual World Direct for about a year now and do very well out of it.I have earned over £1,500 in commission in that time period and just under £100 in lottery winnings. Just to compare this with your local lottery outlet, I also put my own lottery numbers on in my works syndicate and they have not even earned me £10 in over a year so this lottery system is very good.It all depends what you are wnating from this sytem. You can join just to play with the increased odds of winning, you can play and try to qualify to play for free, thus resulting in every penny you win being 100% profit, or you can jion to make a business out of it.I do the latter but have made my own landing page monsterjackpots as this looks more professional when designing flyers and posters etc. It looks better than having something like ]http://www.virtualworlddirect.com/vwdguest/uk_lotto.asp stuck on your posters don't you think?There is also a second part to this lottery game, and you get your first bid absolutely free. I am not spamming here, I am genuinely giving people a freebie. So go now and put in your free bid to win a Merc CLK at freebidz and good luck, after all it only takes one bid to win. :wink:mod edit: removed third party links as they're not allowed in the forums



    Well your not very intelligent are you?

    I suppose the first post is not a spam is it not? I was just verifying and explaining that the company is 100% genuine and also linking to a free competition, is that not allowed also?

    Original Poster

    You say you've won £100, but at a cost of £5 a week means you've forked out £260. Dosen't seem such a great deal to me. :sad:

    Any links you are going to benefit from personally are not allowed on the forums SAFC1BeerMonster. We don't want people posting advice only to encourage personal gain, we want to make sure posts are as unbiased as possible here and that doesn't go together with referral links. As you yourself say you have made £1500 in commission compared to £100 in lottery winnings...I think that points out what syndicates are really about.

    SAFC1BeerMonster

    Well your not very intelligent are you?I suppose the first post is not a … Well your not very intelligent are you?I suppose the first post is not a spam is it not? I was just verifying and explaining that the company is 100% genuine and also linking to a free competition, is that not allowed also?

    Perhaps I'm not, but if a post suggests personal gain, then the links will either be edited or the whole post deleted [not too much intelligence required to do that :)].

    rod147

    You say you've won £100, but at a cost of £5 a week means you've forked o … You say you've won £100, but at a cost of £5 a week means you've forked out £260. Dosen't seem such a great deal to me. :sad:



    Nope, I play for free. So £100 is £100 profit mate. :wink: Where as my lottery winnings at my local retail outlet for the last year to date were zilch, zero, nada. Resulting in me being £104 out of pocket.:mad:

    So yes it's a great deal. Almost 100,000 members can't be wrong, can they?

    And Rayman sorry for my outburst earlier, I checked the first link and found it to be leading to a request for a an i.d., I should have clicked the link and not took the /uk lotto part as an affiliate i.d., Sorry.

    SAFC1BeerMonster

    And Rayman sorry for my outburst earlier, I checked the first link and … And Rayman sorry for my outburst earlier, I checked the first link and found it to be leading to a request for a an i.d., I should have clicked the link and not took the /uk lotto part as an affiliate i.d., Sorry.


    That's okay, thanks for your understanding and for the explanation
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