The Bottom Line Stay away from freelotto like the plague!
I signed up for freelotto one day when I saw that a woman in my area had one a million dollars after playing freelotto for several months. I thought, what the heck it is free; I might as well give it a shot. What did I have to lose? Well, I ended up losing a lot of my time.
I must preface this by saying that I am not a big gambler. Other than a few hands of blackjack on vacation and about three instant lotto tickets, I do not have much experience gambling nor much desire to do so. Perhaps this is why freelotto offered so little to me.
I registered for the site and attempted to play freelotto. My computer crashed several times before I was ever able to play. I think I actually played freelotto twice; I went to the site several times but was not able to play because of the slow-as-death loadup time which often resulted in my computer crashing.
Well, that's annoying but oh well, lost a few minutes and experienced a little frustration right? No. Because the moment I signed up the spam started. I'm not talking about a couple of emails a month, or even one a week. Daily my inbox was flooded with several emails from free lotto. They told me I wasn't playing enough and should play more. I got one of these every day for awhile. Also, they told me about "special offers" which I had no interest in. Being somebody who has zero tolerance for spam I started to go crazy and scream at my inbox daily.
I finally got off the freelotto mailing list after agonizing months of emails. I decided that the minute possibility of winning a million dollars was not worth my sanity. I and my inbox are much happier now.
I visited the freelotto site more recently and saw that it has improved; the page is easier to load up now. However the ads are still there and the site is confusing as ever. And I'm not even going to think about getting on there email list again.