Health Millions Review 2023
HealthMillions.com is a relatively new website, having launched toward the end of 2020. The site is run by LottoMatrix Operations Ltd. This is the same company that runs the popular Jackpot.com.
In this HealthMillions.com review, we will see if this site is worth taking a look at. We will also see what exactly it offers and how it operates.
How Does It Work?
The first thing you should know is that Health Millions is not an online ticket agent. Instead, the site operates as a lottery betting agent.
This means that the site won’t purchase lottery tickets physically using the numbers you have entered. Instead, when you buy a ticket online, you are actually placing a bet on the lottery’s outcome.
To get started, you will need to register a player account. This is a simple process that requires your name, email address, and date of birth.
Strangely, however, it seems that the database for HealthMillions.com is linked to that of its sister site, Jackpot.com. When we tried to register an account, the site said we had already registered.
Considering it was the first time we had ever visited the site, this was strange. However, after using our Jackpot.com credentials, the site logged us in with all our information already stored.
This is great if you are already a player on Jackpot.com and are simply migrating or starting to use both sites. If you haven’t used Jackpot in a while and then need to reset your password, it could be annoying.
Anyway, once you have logged in, you can start playing. Simply select a lottery of your choice and pick your numbers. You can also use the quick pick function to choose your numbers for you.
After that, simply check out and then wait to see if you are a lucky winner.
Is HealthMillions.com Legit or a Scam?
As we mentioned, the site is operated by LottoMatrix Operations Ltd. The company has been around for ages and is registered in Malta with all the relevant gaming licenses.
This means that HealthMillions.com is certainly a legitimate lottery site and you can’t really go wrong by using it.
What we will admit concerned us a little at first is the way it appears the site has tried to piggyback off of HealthLottery.co.uk. Even to the extent of cloning the site logo.
We asked customer support about this because there is a chance that the two sites are somehow affiliated. The agent we spoke to stated that the two sites are in no way connected.
However, when you look at the official HealthLottery.co.uk site, there is a dedicated link in the main navigation bar that goes to a page discussing their "sister site", Health Millions.
On the same page is the following disclaimer: "HealthMillions.com does not form part of the lottery scheme operated by The Health Lottery Limited on behalf of 12 society lotteries."
Therefore, it's unclear what exactly is going on here. Perhaps Health Millions originally tried to fool people who may be looking for Health Lottery into using their site instead, and they were forced to make an agreement once the HealthLottery caught wind of it.
Whatever the story is, if the HealthLottery is happy to promote HealthMillions, then that's certainly good enough for us.
As you may expect if you have ever used a LottoMatrix website, the site is simple and modern. The design is great, and everything looks just the way it should.
There is plenty of white space on every page, and the design of the site is pleasant. You shouldn’t get tired of it even if you are logged on for extended periods.
Navigating around is simple and is done using the top menu bar. From here you can get almost anywhere on the site. It really is a breeze to go from one place to another.
The site works pretty well on mobile device screens. This is always an important factor in today’s times and makes up for the lack of dedicated apps for Android or iOS.
There are certainly a decent number of great international lotteries available. In fact, there are 22 supported lotteries, two of which are HealthMillions.com exclusives.
These supported lotteries are:
- Health Millions
- Irish Lotto
- Mega Millions
- US Powerball
- UK Powerball
- German Lotto
- Polish Lotto
- French Loto
- Oz Powerball
- Oz Lotto
- Sat Lotto
- Mon Lotto
- Wed Lotto
- Lotto Max
- Canada 6/49
- Mega Sena
- Austrian Lotto
- Lotto America
Aside from their exclusive lotteries, there is really nothing to mention as extras available on the site. In fact, aside from basic information about each lottery, there is nothing at all.
This is slightly disappointing. Especially considering who the operators of the site are. Regardless, the site is still decent enough, and there are those exclusive lotteries to remember.
- Health Millions: This lottery is a bi-weekly lottery that offers a jackpot of a decent £5 million. It costs just €1 per line and has three prize tiers including the jackpot. We aren’t sure why the prize is awarded in British Pounds when tickets are bought in Euros. However, this still looks like a great lottery to enter for your chance to win.
- Pick3: Another exclusive lottery is Pick3. This game takes place twice every single day. There are numerous ways to win depending on which of the six modes you choose to play with. Prizes can reach up to €500 for a single €0.50 play. This means that you could make a generous amount of profit if you have a knack for picking the right numbers.
Payments are accepted using any of the below methods:
- Fast Bank Transfer
- Visa Vouchers
It must be noted, however, that Visa and MasterCard credit cards are not accepted. You will have to use a debit card. This is in line with legislation passed in the UK to ban credit cards from online lottery websites.
Withdrawals can be processed using the same list of providers.
How to Claim Your Winnings
One of the best things about online lottery betting websites is that in almost all cases, you won’t have to claim your winnings at all. Instead, they will be paid out automatically.
Such is the case with Health Millions. After sending you an email informing you of your win, your winnings will automatically be credited to your account.
If you are a jackpot winner, the process is slightly different. In that case, a member from the crew behind the site will contact you and guide you through the process of claiming.
This process is still a significant time quicker than if you had to claim from an actual lottery operator.
There is a decent enough FAQ section on the website that will answer most of your questions. If this isn’t enough, there are other support options.
The first is a live chat available between 10 am and 10 pm GMT. We were able to connect quickly and the support agent was friendly, informative, and answered all our questions.
There is also a help email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) and a contact number (+44 151 541 4507). The number is accessible between 6 am and 10 pm GMT.
There were no welcome bonuses or promotions that we could see while reviewing the site.
Rules and Regulations
As usual, you will have to be 18 years of age or older to register and use an account with Health Millions.
Also, because the site is targeted toward the British market, you can only access the site if you live in Wales, Scotland, or England. This is enforced by IP tracking.
In fact, the IP block works so well that we had to use a VPN just to review the site.
HealthMillions.com Review Conclusion
HealthMillions.com is a great online lottery website run by a reputable company that has proven to know what it is doing.
The inclusion of two exclusive lotteries is another great touch to the site.
While we are a bit confused by how its partnership with HealthLottery.co.uk works, the latter's approval of it means it's definitely a worthy website.
Furthermore, there are plenty of things to love about Health Millions—aside from the exclusives.
The ease of using the site, the great support, and the simple ethos behind the whole site makes playing the lotto easy.
So, if you are a Jackpot.com player, it is time to dust off those credentials and try HealthMillions.com. If you aren’t, then it is time to register.
All this dependant, of course, on if you are located in the UK.
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I gotta admit, I was fooled and thought this was the Health Lottery as well. Regardless, I've been playing on it for a few weeks so far and seems legit. I won a few quid and it was automatically deposited into my account, as promised. So far, so good.