Is Victory Lotto Club scam? Read our VictoryLottoClub.com review 2020 to find out!
Playing the lottery with a group of other players is, bar none, the best way to increase your chances of hitting the jackpot. After all, it is simple mathematics that the more people that join together, the more tickets they can buy. And, the more tickets you can buy, the better your chances of winning.
Launched mid-2019, a new website operated by Northern Management Solutions Limited—a company based in the UK—sprung to life. In this Victory Lotto Club review, we will look at a site that does this to see how it functions and how you can become a winner.
As with any good lottery syndicate website, Victory Lotto Club supports several major international lottery draws. Specifically, the three available are:
- US Powerball
- Mega Millions
In addition to these three lotteries, the site hosts a feature called Jackpot Hunter. This feature claims to enter players into additional European lotteries when their algorithms decide that it is best to do so. The lotteries that the site mentions include:
- UK Lotto
- Irish Lotto
- 6 Aus 49
- Euro Jackpot
How Does It Work?
To use the site, you will need to register a player account. This is common for almost all of the top online lotto websites and will require you to submit all your essential details—such as name, contact number or email, and physical address. Once you have registered a player account, you will move onto the second section of registration.
During the second part of your registration, you will need to decide what player subscription you would like to register for. There are three subscription offers available, and each has its own unique perks:
- Premium: The premium subscription will cost you £4 per week and will entitle you to 40 lines of lottery play each week. This total is split up into 10 lines of US Powerball plays, 10 lines of Mega Millions plays, and 20 lines of EuroMillions plays.
- EuroMillions Premium: This subscription is the most expensive on offer and will cost a whopping £25 per week. For that, you will get 80 lines of EuroMillions to play each week. In addition, this is the only subscription that comes with ‘The Victory Guarantee’. This guarantee states that in the event you do not win anything within your first 12 weeks of playing, your full subscription fee will be refunded to you. The only condition to this is that you will need to keep your subscription active for the full 12 weeks—costing you a pretty ridiculous £135 in total.
- EuroMillions Mini: The third, and final, subscription offer also happens to be the cheapest. This subscription costs only £3 per week and will give you 10 lines per week that are played exclusively in the EuroMillions.
One thing that we need to note—since the site clearly states it as well—is that it is not a lottery betting website. This means that they really do have agents that are physically purchasing the ticket on your (and your syndicate’s) behalf. Victory Lotto Club then stores this ticket until the time of the draw. If the ticket is a winner, the celebrating begins. If it is not, it is probably just shoved in a file somewhere until enough time has passed that it can be safely thrown away.
For details on the site's syndicate options specifically, check out our VLC syndicates review.
Is Victory Lotto Club Legit or a Scam?
This is a very tough answer for several reasons. To begin with, the site is still in its infancy—having only launched less than a year ago at the time of this review. In addition to this, a good indication as to whether or not a site can be trusted is the user reviews available. Unfortunately, while the site states that they have thousands of happy users, we have found almost no user reviews—either good or bad.
However, looking past all of this, the site does have excellent terms and conditions—which is generally a good tell as to how the website is operated. So, we will be relying on the old analogy that they are innocent until proven guilty.
Unfortunately, the area that it suffers is when you are trying to navigate around the site to find some information. Many pages are only available to users once they have signed in. These pages hold a lot of information that people may want to view before they register an account and should, in our opinion, be open to everybody.
Victory Lotto Club Extras
The site does not offer any extras aside from the Jackpot Hunter and the Victory Guarantee. We assume that this is still because the site is new and that these features will be added as the site matures and expands.
Payments can be made to your player account by using your Visa or MasterCard debit or credit card. If you prefer rather to have the site debit your account automatically each week, you can opt to set up a Direct Debit on your account.
Withdrawals can be done via your user account on the website and have a minimum limit of either £3 or €3—whichever is the main currency of your account. Withdrawals are made using the same method that you used to credit your player account.
How to Claim Your Winnings
One of the best things about this site is the apparent fact that you do not need to worry about claiming your winnings. Instead, any winnings that are owed to you (or to your syndicate) will automatically be claimed by the site and paid into your player account. As mentioned above, from here, you will be able to withdraw your money.
In terms of customer support, the site does have a live chat function—that didn’t seem to work at the time we reviewed it—and a support email address (email@example.com). The only other form of support present throughout the entire site is a FAQ section that answers most of the standard questions that people may have.
There are no visible welcome bonuses or promotions available.
Rules and Regulations
There is no mention of any territories that are not permitted to play using the site. In fact, the only thing that is stated is that all players must be 18 years of age or older.
Victory Lotto Club Review Conclusion
VictoryLottoClub.com is a decent-looking website. Aside from the fact that some information is not openly visible, the site does really well at attracting you to exploring it and finding out what it’s capable of. And, when you read all the things the site does for you—such as purchasing your tickets, claiming your winnings, and making your entire lotto syndicate experience easier—it is hard to dislike it.
That being said, we found the lottery selection and syndicate options on the site underwhelming overall, as it seems odd that in this day and age of some truly outstanding lotto sites, a newcomer would appear without bringing something unique to the table.
Therefore, only time will ultimately tell whether this site is all that it appears to be. For a website this young, it may just be filled with a youthful exuberance that may fade as it settles (hopefully gently) into its place in the lottosphere rather than disappear into the abyss.
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