Is Jackpot.com Scam? Read our Jackpot.com Review 2019 to find out!

Jackpot.com allows users from all over the world to bet on the outcome of international lotteries. Launched in 2016 by Malta-based company Lottomatrix Operations Limited, the website is fairly new compared to other lottery sites. Users are given the opportunity to predict winning combinations for lotteries outside their jurisdiction with the same odds and winnings as the actual draw. The website is available in English, Russian, Portuguese, Italian, Spanish, German and Swedish.

Jackpot.com Review

Online Lottery Games

Jackpot.com has the following international lotteries up for betting:

  • EuroMillions
  • US PowerBall
  • Mega Millions
  • EuroJackpot
  • SuperEnalotto
  • German Lotto
  • Polish Lotto
  • Irish Lotto
  • Oz PowerBall
  • Oz Lotto
  • French Lotto
  • UK Lotto
  • Thunderball
  • Saturday, Monday and Wednesday Lotto
  • Mega Sena
  • Canada 649

How It Works

Before you can bet on international lotteries, you need to sign up for an account with Jackpot.com first. To do this, simply click the Sign Up button on the front page header. Input your personal information, decide on your preferred payment method and then verify your account through email. Once that’s done, you may now top up your account with funds to start purchasing bets.

Choose your preferred lottery through the “Lotteries” tab on the front page header and select how many lines you’d like to purchase. Input your desired numbers, or you can have the system randomly generate numbers for you. Through this page, you may also choose to renew your bets, which means that the system will automatically bet the same numbers for every draw while your subscription to that lottery is active. Once you’re satisfied with your picks, click the “Play” button to enter the checkout process.

Once you have paid for your bets, a confirmation of the transaction will be sent to your email. You may monitor your bets through the account tab on the website, and Jackpot.com will also notify you of any winnings through email. Any winnings will be sent directly to your account. The website has a €5 withdrawal minimum and only winnings of below €1,000 can be accessed automatically. For winnings above €1,000, you need to contact Jackpot.com to discuss arrangements.

Before you can claim large winnings, Jackpot.com will conduct an investigation to verify your identity. Once your identity has been verified, the website may greenlight the amount for withdrawal, or may find some other means of distributing the prize if the amount is too large. Most of the time, Jackpot.com pays large winning through annuity. If you choose a single payment option for jackpot wins, the total prize amount may be reduced due to withholdings depending on the lottery.

Navigating The Website

Jackpot.com Mobile ReviewThe website is very linear and user-friendly. The front page layout allows users to access all important parts of the website, such as upcoming lotteries, FAQs, recent lottery results, a short step-by-step guide on how to play via Jackpot.com, as well as a list of accepted modes of payment. The signup and login links are clearly visible on the front page’s top header, together with language selection. We tested the website out on iOS and Android devices and found it to be very responsive. It is easy to scroll through the mobile website of Jackpot.com and the layout is very user-friendly.

Buying Lottery Tickets Online - Payment Methods

Before purchasing a lotto ticket online, users need to first set up a mode of payment that they will use to purchase lotto bets. Only payment methods that were used to deposit funds will be allowed for withdrawal purposes.

Here are the available modes of payment on the website: Visa, MasterCard, Neteller, Skrill, WebMoney, EPS, Sofort, Trustpay, and Poli. The website does not accept bank transfers as of the writing of this review, but according to them, they are currently working on making it a valid payment method.

Rules and Regulations

To play on Jackpot.com, you need to follow these rules and regulations:

  • You must be 18 years old or above, except in jurisdictions like Estonia, where the legal age for gambling is 21 and above.
  • Gambling should be legal in your jurisdiction. It is the user’s responsibility to find out whether or not taking part in Jackpot.com’s services is accepted in their country or jurisdiction.
  • Persons who are blacklisted by the Financial Action Task Force are not allowed to play.
  • Each person must only have one account and account sharing is strictly prohibited. The website has safeguards put in place that can detect multiple accounts. If the system detects multiple accounts on the same IP or bearing the same user information, they reserve the right to shut down these accounts.
  • Jackpot.com is not allowed to operate in the following countries, so users from the following countries are denied registration: Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, certain jurisdictions in France, Greenland, Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, Malaysia, Poland, România, Singapore, Spain, Turkey and the USA.

Jackpot.com - Recent Jackpot Winners

Despite being new in the online lottery betting scene, Jackpot.com already has a major jackpot winner under its belt.  Valentin, a 40-year old welder from London won €248,000 from a EuroMillions lottery bet barely a week after joining the website. Valentin used his mobile phone to access the website and bet on the March 21 draw of the EuroMillions.

Although he did not take home the jackpot, as he only matched 5 of the 6 numbers, he is still elated with his winnings and said that for a welder like himself, this amount is life-changing. He found Jackpot.com through a Facebook advertisement, and now even his co-workers have signed up for an account in the hopes of following Valentin’s footsteps.

Customer Support

The website has a comprehensive FAQ page, where almost all common queries are answered. If you have a question that is not included in the FAQs, you may talk to them through their live chat or phone lines, both of which are available from 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM (GMT). You may also contact them through WhatsApp and Email. Jackpot.com also has social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

The Jackpot Club

Jackpot.com created the Jackpot Club as a way to give back to loyal members of the website. All you need to do to become a part of this VIP club is to subscribe to at least one international lottery. Once that’s done, you gain access to several benefits, including entries to exclusive giveaways, a dedicated customer service email, and a special gift on your birthday.

Jackpot.com Review Conclusion

While Jackpot.com is a newcomer to the online lottery betting industry, it has made huge strides in its first year of running. Already it has a major winning to boast of, and it also has decent ratings on mainstream review sites like Trustpilot, a feat that some older websites have not even achieved.

We scouted older reviews of Jackpot.com and found one that lamented on the website’s lack of lotteries. The review, which was written around August 2016, stated that there were only four lotteries available on the Jackpot.com website. One year later, the website’s pool of available lotteries has shot up to over 18. This shows that the website is continually improving their services to ensure that it can compete with the industry’s big guns.

The only worry that we have with the Jackpot.com system is the large amount of withholdings that they impose on large wins. Although this only becomes a problem if you win large-scale prizes and decide on a one-time full payment,  deductions of up to 40% of your total winnings is not something to scoff at. Hopefully, as the company grows larger, they take less from players and improve on their terms when it comes to claiming prizes.


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User Reviews (10)

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Joseph Baxter
4/5

At first I thought this site was just a scam, as I thought they’d be buying tickets to different lotteries on my behalf. Turns out that’s not what they are… they are basically a betting/gambling website where you bet on lottery results. However, they claim they pay out the same amounts as the real lottery would and that works for me. As nice as it wuld be to win $350 million or something crazy like that, let’s be realistic… I’ll be happy to win a few hundred or thousand.

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L. Pritchard
5/5

I’m pretty new to the site but got no complaints so far. Site looks good and is easy to use, and they accept the main payment methods I use (Visa and WebMoney). Talked to customer service once and the guy seemed nice and knowledgeable enough. Oh, and they apparently don’t take any commission from winnings, so that’s a bonus. Some of the other sites I considered signing up with did.

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Finley S
3/5

Tried playing on jackpot.com a few times as part of a syndicate and just got an email that I won something. But still waiting to see how much exactly will be left over for me cuz they are calculating everyone’s shares. Apparently that can take a few days? I’ll write another review or update this one if I can once I actually see the $ in my account.

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Ava Wall
3/5

Recently I won a small but worthwhile-to-withdraw amount in Mega Millions, and it took well over a week before I had access to the money. In the end I’m just happy I got my money, but I was worried for a few days cuz it did take longer than I expected.

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Liam D.
4/5

Wasn’t sure what the hell lottery betting was when I first found Jackpot.com, but I read up about it and it tursn out it’s a fairly common gambling option. This site had generally favorable reviews online, so I figured why not and signed up. Haven’t tried any other sites like this before, but been enjoying the game variety and overall user experience quite a lot thus far

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Kevin Goodwin
4/5

I remember reading somewhere that something like 20% to 25% of UK lottery jackpots are won by a syndicate, so I made up my mind to find a site that offered such an option. Jackpot.com was one of the first ones I found, and it seemed like it would make the process pretty streamlined. I wasn’t wrong. I basically choose what lottery game I want to play, and decide how many shares in the syndicate I want to buy. Pretty straightforward stuff. If I win something worth bragging about, I’ll update this review, if I can

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Alex Rice
4/5

I found a few sites online that buy tickets on behalf of customers and then I found jackpot.com, which lets customers only bet on lotteries rather than buy the actual tickets. Seemed like crap to me at first, and I couldn’t get what the benefit of it was... Until I read in a blog somewhere that the government might not be able to take any taxes from the winning. This was already reason enough for me to give it a shot. Doing some more research, I also found that all of the lottery betting sites work by using an insurer. How I *think* it works is that if a prize is on the smaller side of the winnings spectrum, the company (like jackpot.com) itself pays out the money. But if it’s a substantial prize, including a jackpot, then the insurer steps in to cover the cost. I don’t know what kind of insurer could afford a $200 million payout if someone was lucky enough to win that, but I guess that’s possible. Insurers do generally make a ridiculous amount of money off people.

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Declan Shah
4/5

I find the tickets on Jackpot.com are a little pricey, especially since they’re not actual tickets to the lottery, but that hasn’t stopped me from betting on some of the huge jackpots that are available on the site. There are some really great options. Worth checking out for sure.

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Sam Vaughan
4/5

Haven’t won s*** yet, but I don’t blame the site for that in any way. My numbers just haven’t matched up yet. I like the service they provide and the variety of games.

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H. Rahman
5/5

The account verification process was a bit of a pain in the butt, but once I was verified it was fine. Chat support was easy to use and available exactly when I needed them. Feel pretty secure using this site and service.


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