On this FAQ page, you will find many of the questions that are regularly asked.
Global Lottery Review will aim to answer any question that you may have and if, for any reason we are unable to do so, we will point you in the right direction where you should be able to find the answer that you need.
FAQs –FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Firstly, as we do not actually own or operate any lotteries or lottery syndicates, the best place to find the answer you are looking for will probably be in the FAQ (Help) section on the website of the Lottery, Lottery Agent or Syndicate that you are using.
If you are unable to find what you are looking for there, we will do our very best to answer your question or questions for you.
You can use the form at the bottom of the page to ask your question which we will add to this section of the website if it is appropriate and especially if the answer would be useful for other readers.
Q. What is Global Lottery Review?
A. Global Lottery Review is a service provider that writes reviews on lottery Games, lottery and lotto games, lottery syndicates and lottery systems around the world and offers impartial advice, opinions and views on each one including which ones are considered to be the better ones to join.
Q. Does Global Lottery Review own or run any lotteries?
A: No, we are simply a service provider and do not own or run any lotteries, agencies or syndicates.
Q: Am I buying my lottery tickets and entries through or from Global Lottery Review?
A: No, as mentioned above, Global Lottery Review only reviews the selected games and provides people with various choices as to where they can buy their lottery tickets and entries from. It does not run or own any lottery companies, agencies, syndicates or retail outlets.
Q: What are the age restrictions for playing in a lottery?
A: Most lotteries around the world have a lower age limit of 18 years of age for you to be eligible to play. With a very few, you will need to be 21 years old but in the United Kingdom you are able to play in the UK National Lottery and Euromillions a 16 years of age.
Q: I have received a letter saying I’ve won a lottery prize without me even playing – will this be a scam?
A: Yes, we believe that the letter you have received will indeed be a lottery scam. In our experience and to our soundest knowledge, there is no lottery out there that you can win without your participation. It is inconceivable that a letter received from someone claiming to be a lottery organization and telling you that you have won something even though you hadn’t taken part will be anything other than fraudulent and almost certainly will not be genuine. Lottery scams are out there and new ones unfortunately do appear from time to time. We will do our best to warn you of any new lottery scams that we discover – these lottery scammers can be very clever and we would not wish any of our readers to be caught out by them.
My Question Is Not Here…
We will be adding more frequently asked questions to this FAQ section in due course – in the meantime, if there is a question you would like to know the answer to but cannot see it here, please use either our form below or our “Contact Us” page and we will do our best to help.