Is The Lottery Black Book A Scam?

2010 October 14

From time immemorial people have been creatively and persistently been researching ways to find methods in making a greater life for themselves and themselves. This is actually the fundamental reason behind the success of the lottery games. It’s anchored on the fact that though this game anyone eve an ordinary working person may have a chance to make it big through the aid of a 6 number combination. This is the key reason why, many also have become victims of con artists, who in turn prey on theses poor souls hopes and aspirations. One such doubted con is The Lottery Black Book scam.

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This scandal should you may call it that centers on the idea that Mr. Larry Blair indeed pulled a scam on many unsuspecting people. The Lottery Black Book scam is basically about, The Lottery Black Book that Larry Blair wrote and published. The author claimed that in his book he wrote numerous step by step strategies on how a lotto player can have a real chance of winning in the lottery. It had been further publicized that he himself has been a recipient of numerous winning streaks by virtue of following the methods and system of betting discussed in the book.

The Lottery Black Book scam, even today haven’t yet been proven as fact or just a simple case of bad publicity It’ll be noted that up to this point the said black book is still in circulation and is actually considered a “must have” guide by many lotto aficionados who would also love to test the latter’s effectiveness in choosing the winning lottery numbers. In the past lots of people have claimed that the book was a hoax and a scam and that the author was a con man whose success had nothing to do with winning the lotto but was all about fooling gullible lottery players into purchasing the ideas he sold in his book.

Like I mentioned above despite oppositions claiming the book as a scam, the latter is still in active circulation and usage. This fact was because in as much as there were those who doubt it is true that there are those who also claimed and testified as to the books correctness and have even given testimonials as signs of their gratitude to the author for sharing his “secret”. So is The Lottery Black Book scam or real? Who knows? Until you can find people opposing and those defending we’re yet to see the end of this controversy.

7 Responses
  1. Richard Relyea permalink
    February 9, 2011

    i ordered The lotto black book-ref#55410582 on nov.21,2010 and it never downloaded. please send me an e-mail. rrr756@aol.com

  2. admin permalink*
    February 11, 2011

    Hello Richard, You can contact Larry here: Luckylarryblair (at) gmail.com , Thanks!

  3. lynn permalink
    April 21, 2011

    I have made the payment and never received a copy of your book. My receipt ID 0166 1434 5475 1130. Please advise

    Lynnteoxl@yahoo.com.sg

  4. admin permalink*
    April 21, 2011

    Hello Lynn,

    If you have not received your book yet, please contact the lottery black book support from this link:

    Please include:
    1) Your name
    2) Email address
    3) Order Number

    Regards,
    Jeanne

  5. Nitin Dilawri permalink
    June 23, 2011

    Paid and did not receive the book. Please email to me..

  6. Sandy Bloom permalink
    September 27, 2011

    I want to buy your book, but it seems your having trouble getting it out? Why would it matter how much the price is reduced if the book never gets sent out, or cant download? I am interested, but fear that my money will be with you and I wont have anything to show for it. Care to let me know how my order might be different from the above orders?

  7. admin permalink*
    October 25, 2011

    Hi,

    After you successfully complete your first payment, you will be redirected to the download page, where you will receive all the information needed for saving the first part of the course. Moreover, you will also receive, in your email inbox, a message containing the download link and information (for further reference).

    If you have not received your book, please contact Larry Blair via email at luckylarryblair@gmail.com and include your name, email address and order number.

    Regards,
    Jeanne

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