Auto-Lotto Processor Reviewed!!!
I can’t even believe I’m talking about this program, but I want to share the real truth about this product.
Richard Lustig is the only person in the world who has won the lottery grand prize SEVEN times.
Now that sounds insane to anyone which made me think, well maybe there’s something to this guy.
He claims that he’s a math geek and he has created the math formulas to predict likely number picks in lottery drawings.
It’s based on statistics using “hot numbers” and numbers that are “due” to be called.
The software generates “likely winning numbers” that you use to try and win.
Lustig says that you will not win every time and that you need to play for a while.
He says the secret is to play all the lotteries in your area.
Even though you may not win the jackpot, you will win somewhat consistently and win more than you are spending on tickets.
Lustig has reviews from satisfied customers and testimonials from winners on his website.
So, does it work? If it does, then how?
The lottery is based on probability.
All things being equal, every number in the lottery has the same probability of being called as the others.
It doesn’t matter how many times a number has been called or not called, the probability is the same.
How then are people winning?
First, people are buying more tickets after buying the software.
They are especially buying more tickets in their local lotteries which have better odds because of fewer numbers being called.
This helps their chances more than anything.
Also, anyone who has won money in the lottery will tell you that if you don’t play, you don’t win.
If you play the lottery consistently, you will eventually by default win a smaller prize by matching up 2-3 numbers with what was called.
These people who bought the software and claim it helped them win are right in a sense.
They bought tickets and their numbers were called.
Maybe they didn’t buy tickets before that.
Maybe they bought more tickets than usual.
Maybe it was just a giant coincidence.
Auto-Lotto Processor costs $97.
I just gave you the tips to win, but if you feel like you want to get the “real” scoop from a seven time grand prize winner, you can go look at his program here:
I will reiterate here that to make real consistent money online takes learning the skills to do it.
I have made over $4000 in one day on the internet multiple times.
I’m not bragging, you can learn these same skills.
Thanks for reading.