Did this to me. Just went back to the link and added it again and it worked straight away
In the unlikely event that someone did win the jackpot, these lottery betting firms don't actually pay the whole jackpot from their own funds. Their business model was to basically go to their insurers and tell them they've got these gamblers who are willing to bet on crazy odds and it would be practically zero chance of them winning, but how much would it cost to cover the risk? They pay the premium, so the jackpots are covered by their insurers. The company itself would probably want people winning jackpots as it would be fantastic publicity and attract even more customers. As far as winning lotteries though. I always use this example: The number of seconds in a year is 60 x 60 x 24 x 365 = 31,536,000 We'll treat each second as an individual lottery ball. Winning most lottery jackpots is more difficult than choosing that one lottery ball out of the 31,536,000.
open incognito mate and copy paste the deal link into that
Been stuck like this for a good 30 minutes if u refresh u will lose the voucher waste of time.
I shall pass
Posted 6th Feb 2018Posted 6th Feb 2018
Play 12x75p 'Laughing all the way' scratchcards + one other @ £1 for £10 and YOU GET potentially £21 cashback from TCB @ MyLotto24 (new customers) + any winnings on your £10 bet-thru. TCB website says £15.75 c/b (premium) but it tracks @ £21.£10
My profit: £24 for 2 minutes' work. Go through TCB to get £21 cashback (Premium a/c) when you bet thru £10 on MyLotto24. This gets you 12x 75p 'Laughing all the way' scratchcards p… Read more
This is absolute trash and whoever posted it needs telling off. I have been charged an extra £3 cash fee on my credit card for using this site. So the 75p thing is a lie, they will take £3.75 from everyone using their credit card. Do not use this site unless you want to lose money
Link doesn't work for me? Topped up 75p but it is only letting me play one game? (I am a new customer) any ideas?
They are laughing all the way that's for sure.
Can't combine the offers apparently, plus that way you have to fork out £10