Lottery Destroyer Method Review
There are many lottery systems circulating today that boast impressive claims regarding how they can aid you in winning the lottery. Most of these systems are based on some miracle method that will ensure you pick the right numbers to get your win. However, as time (and countless tests) have proven, most of these systems and methods are nothing more than fancy sales pitches that encourage you to part with your money for no gain whatsoever. In this Lottery Destroyer Method review, we will look at yet another one of these methods and see how if it differs from the rest.
What Is the Lottery Destroyer Method?
We are going to say right up front that everything in this review is based on our research online and from looking at testimonials from players who purchased this method. Unfortunately, there does not seem to be an official website online for the system that we can use to get information on what this system is—even though the system reportedly used to have two different official websites.
However, what we can tell you is that the Lottery Destroyer Method is a two-part system. The first part comes in the form of a book that you can read to supposedly gain knowledge on how to beat the lottery. The second part of this system is a program that aids you in selecting your numbers. Unfortunately, while we were able to get our hands on a copy of the book, we were unable to find any site that actually allows you to download the software.
What the Lottery Destroyer Method Says It Can Do for You
As with almost all lottery systems and software, Lottery Destroyer claims to equip you with the tools that will help you select lottery numbers that are more likely to lead you to a win. However, unlike some other methods available, this system claims to use solid mathematics to achieve this.
The method was developed and published by Jared Wilson—a supposedly well-known mathematician who spent years developing the system by applying his method to hundreds of lottery draws. Jared claims to have summarised all this research into a comprehensive and easy-to-understand book—the Lottery Destroyer System.
How Does Lottery Destroyer Work?
As we have said before, we do not enjoy being the people who pop the proverbial bubble when someone releases a new system that they have fooled themselves into thinking actually works. However, in this case, we are happy to be the ones walking in with a needle. As mentioned, we were unable to get our hands on the Lottery Destroyer software (which after reading the book, we don’t believe actually exists). Therefore, we will speak about what the book says on how the system works.
The method claims that after reading the book, you will be able to choose the correct numbers using the techniques provided. Before you get to these techniques, however, you will need to wade through endless pages of nonsense information, tips, and tricks that will (supposedly) allow you to win the lottery. These tips and tricks include things like double-checking your numbers, looking at previous lottery draw results, and a variety of other seemingly pointless things.
Included in these tips and techniques are testimonials from players who have supposedly won using the system as well as breakdowns of a variety of different lotteries. These breakdowns include information such as the odds of winning. Also, the book dedicates an entire chapter on singing the praises of the Auto Lotto Processor software—one we have previously looked at and quickly run away from.
After sifting through 43 pages of pointless reading, you will arrive at the “techniques” that apparently make the system unique. Sadly, there is nothing unique about these techniques, and most of them simply tell you to look at past draws to determine patterns (stuff most lottery software can easily do for you). Once you have done this, you will need to use the high and low numbers in a lottery wheel to determine what numbers to play. This is where the techniques end and you are (according to the method) now equipped to go and win the lottery. Sounds legitimate, right?
How Much Does the Lottery Destroyer Method Cost?
Amazingly, the book appears to have retailed at $147 when it first came on the scene—an obscene amount by any stretch of the imagination. However, it seems that after the official website was shut down, the book was leaked in a printable PDF format that can be quickly and easily found online—free of charge, which is what this garbage should have cost right from the start.
Does the Lottery Destroyer System Actually Work?
In case you have not grasped the overall tone of this review so far—no, this method does not work. While it may be true that we are not advanced mathematicians, we do have some common sense—which is all it takes to know that this method is an absolute joke. But we don’t expect you to just take our word for it. If you are still wondering if it works, you can search for online reviews from people who actually parted with their money for a chance to use this system. We should warn you though that these reviews are none too kind and you may be surprised at how angry some of these “happy customers” are after realising how useless this system is and that they’ll never see that $147 again.
Lottery Destroyer Review - Conclusion
We have reviewed many weird and wonderful lottery systems, methods, and applications in the past. However, the Lottery Destroyer Method did something that only several of the other available options managed to do—make us want to turn off our PC and walk away. We cannot believe that a system like this ever managed to make even one sale, and we feel terrible for anyone who was conned into giving Jared Wilson a single cent.
In conclusion, stay as far away from this system as possible. While we do acknowledge that it is now freely available, we still don’t think it is worth wasting the effort to download it—let alone use it. In our opinion, it’s not worth the disk space it will occupy on your computer.