Lottoworldgroup.com

LottoWorldGroup.com

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Deposit:Credit/Debit Cards, Skrill, Neteller, iDeal, Discover, Webmoney, Giropay, JCB, Sofort
Bonus:VIP/Loyalty Program
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Languages: English
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LottoWorldGroup Exposed — Same, Same, Look Again at Lottoworldgroup.com

Clone or Not, Lotteries at Lottoworldgroup.com

Sometimes looking at online lottery sites, they all seem to be the same. Lottoworldgroup.com aka LWG is yet another that just seemed too familiar. One of the team started opening up other sites we’ve looked at to see how come. It was weird, but only took a few clicks and there it was. I’m not sure if the similarity is because it’s another clone of another provider or simply that its platform is once again LOTTOYARD. It’s time to go take a serious look!

Games at LottoWorldGroup

LWG offers individual and group play for the usual big lotteries – hang on, eleven lotteries to be precise. And they are the same ones as ulotto.com – US Powerball, Mega Millions & NY Lotto, EuroMillions & EuroJackpot, Canadian Lotto 6/49, Spanish La Primitiva, El Gordo & BonoLoto, Italian SuperEnalotto and UK Lotto. Plus, they also have exactly the same discounts of 8 draws (15% off), 26 draws (22.5% off), 52 draws (25% off) to 100 draws (27.5% off). Okay, lottoworldgroup.com is a little cheaper per ticket line, but what gives?

LWG’s Group Play

Now I am really laughing. The team set up two computers to click around the site to see what else is the same. The picture they use in group play is different, but the content is all the same. The group has 50 lines and players can purchase up to 150 shares, but it doesn’t say if this is the limit or total. I’m sorry, but if I’m going to buy into a syndicate (group play), I want to be very clear on how many lines are actually in it. Oh, Lottoworldgroup.com does allow for a single play versus ulotto.com starts at a minimum subscription of 8.

Lottoworldgroup.com’s VIP Program

At first glance, we figured that there wasn’t a VIP/Loyalty program until one of the team did a search and voilá, there it was. There is nowhere on their menu that indicates this. It’s a tiered system of Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum where each dollar you spend earns you a point which provides different discount levels. The more you play, the greater the discount.

Bouncing to Terms & Conditions

Again, it’s like déjà vu. There are differences in the odd words but the content is basically the same as ulotto.com. Ah, but Lottoworldgroup says that they will charge fees and/or commissions but do not say what they are. Players get their winnings through the usual credit card, wire transfer and cheque in US Dollars or Euros. Any exchange rates are taken from the Royal Bank of Scotland.

LWG’s Customer Service

Lottoworldgroup.com has a head office in Cyprus with phone numbers there and in the Dominican Republic (okay, weird), and an email address. There is no live chat. There is also no published information on when they are available and/or how quickly they will respond.
Who is Lottoworldgroup.com

They say they are owned by Lotto World Group Ltd. but we could find no information on this company. The similarities to Y&M Hans Management Limited’s sites does suggest at the very least they were designed by the same team.

The Bottom Line at LWG

This has been hilarious with the team still comparing each of the different pages to see if they can find something different – and mostly they have not. There is nothing that suggests that this site is not legit but I am a little uncomfortable about the fact that it’s almost identical to another site owned by another company.

Pros:

Discounts

Most of the Big Lotteries

Single & Group Play

Cons:

No Idea on Commissions

How Many in the Group Play?

Who Are These Folks?

LottoWorldGroup doesn’t get a thumbs up or a thumbs down. The fact that they are so similar to another site yet owned by a different company is enough to say “hang on a sec”.

Overall rating for LottoWorldGroup.com: Bad 1.5 from 0-5
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