This system is created and sold by Alex J who claims to have won Powerball 13 times (Really Suspect) in 6 months and will sell you his secret for $37.00 or so. We cannot see or find any real evidence of any winnings period. Also the sales video sounds phony, common shady marketer kind of B.S. This seller is claiming his family was attacked for the secret to his system, OK Give Use A Break! This scenario has already been used by another crapy system (Lotto Black Book). This system has supect written all over it, definitely does not sound legit and no real winner to back it up. So yet another gimmick type system we do not recommend, seriously this system could be very high risk!
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- Joined: Tue Oct 20, 2015 7:12 pm
Ok, I play Powerball and looked into this system as states is specifically for Powerball, yet no winners? So what good is the system if does nothing? I see on this forum and other forums all poor reviews, must be a good reason or would not be sooooo many. I agree with whats being said, this system does not come across as being legit (marketing crap at its best to take your money)
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There is no such thing as a secret to winning and any fool who would fall for such nonsense deserves to lose their money. I'm not saying all lottery systems in general are all garbage....but ones that feed you nonsense are the garbage ones to stay clear of.
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I play Powerball and looking into this system I see no proof at all or any legit reviews to show it does anything. I think it is a bogus system, a false advertising trying to trick people. Why does a real system have an affiliate program, it's only used to make seller money. Says won powerball 13 times, ok lets see the real proof and a winners real name with photo - oh sorry nothing to show that legit - well there you go, fake system, false advertising yada, yada , yada!