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Lucky5 Review – Legit Lottery Based MLM or Scam?

Welcome to my Lucky5 review!

Chances are you have been approached by someone or you were looking online and landed on a website that talked about this company…

In this blog post, I am going to do my best to walk you through the company, the product line and the compensation plan so you can make the right decision to join or not…

Find out if Lucky5 is legit or a scam…

Lucky5 Review – The Company

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Website: lucky5.com

Lucky5 is heavily being promoted on Facebook, but they are promoting a website that doesn’t even have much information on it…

Where is the “About Us” page?

Where is the “The product line” page?

What is the mission of the company?

All of that is un-answered because they decided to do a membership page only…

What I can tell you is the website domain name “lucky5.com” was first registered in May 30th of 2002.

The domain registration was updated on June 23rd of 2015 showing evidence there was an owner switch…

Only information I found was an address on the site…

2015 DailyWin N.V

Dr. M.J Hugenholtzweg
Z/N UTS Gebouw, Curacao

A good rule of thumb is this…

If a company isn’t open about who is running the show or owns it, I would think LONG and HARD before joining and handing over money…

Anyway, let’s take a look at the product line…

Lucky5 Reviews – The Product Line

The company doesn’t have any physical products, you can only market the affiliate membership.

The cost to join is 30 EUR per month and that comes with “scatchie credit’s”.

These credits can be redeemed through Lucky5 for five virtual scratchie cards, with cash prizes between 5 EUR to $500,000 EUR…

That is all the information I know on the actual product side, again the website doesn’t even show this either…

Lucky5 – The Compensation Plan

To be part of the Lucky 5 compensation plan, members have to pay an affiliate fee of 30 EUR per month…

This will maintain your spot in the matrix…

If you didn’t know this, but they run off a 5×6 matrix.

This means that the top position affiliate had 5 spots under them and then their second level would have 25 levels.

Example:

  • 1st Level: 5
  • 2nd Level: 25
  • 3rd Level: 125
  • 4th Level: 625
  • 5th Level: 3125
  • 6th Level: 15625

And it cuts off in the 6th level because it’s a 5×6 Matrix.

Positions in this matrix are filled with direct or indirect affiliate recruitment with commissions paid out depending on the number of matrix positions filled.

The commissions are not paid out in cash, but in scratchie credits…

  • 5 credits per filled position on level 1 (5 scratchie cards in total) and
  • 4 credits per filled position on levels 2 to 6 (15,620 cards in total)

Lucky5 Review – The Verdict

I personally don’t like the idea you are paying 30 EUR a month to get gambling scratchie tickets…

Another thing I found out that this opportunity is closed for USA, Iran, North Korea and Nigeria because of the gambling laws.

The number of countries closed can be a lot greater than that, you have to check your local gambling laws.

Plus, when you recruit people in the business, you get paid in scratchie tickets that may or may not win you money…

So…

Let’s say you are paying for advertisement to sponsor people in that business…

You spend $200 per month to bring in members, but in return you get paid in scratchie tickets…

LOL!

Sorry I had to laugh at that…

And for THAT reason I am out…

The money I put in the business better make me money…

Not just scratchie tickets…

If you want to play the lottery, then just go to your local convenient store or other places that sell lottery tickets…

Plus, to pay out 500,000 EUR, they need to have over 100,000 active affiliates…

Good luck with that…

Most popular companies out there like DS Domination and Empower Network don’t have 100,000 active affiliates at one given time…

The main reason you came to this blog post is this…

You want to make money online but you are not sure of which company to use…

You probably thought it was Lucky5, but they just give you lottery tickets where you may or may not win…

So what is a great company to use then?

I have researched and have done reviews on hundreds and only one sticks out where the average person can join and start profiting…

The main reason is because there is no recruitment involved…

Are you interested?

What I am going to show you doesn’t require ANY recruiting…

You use the biggest and trusted marketplaces in the world to make YOU money…

These sites as a collective do over billions of dollars in sales every year…

Why not get a small piece of that action right?

Click here to start profiting now…

I have over 4000 members already who make $20, $50, 100, $1000 per day using this method…

This isn’t hype either because once you do decide to get started, I will add you to my group where you will see what these members are doing…

Click here to get started now…

Don’t waste your time with gambling or sites that doesn’t even have information on them about the owner…

I hope you got good information in my Lucky5 review and if you are in this company, please share with us WHO the owners are and your results…

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-Jesse Singh

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Gavin Evans - July 30, 2015

Jesse, I agree that there is a lot to by wary of regarding Lucky5 at the moment and I should know as I have been involved with this opportunity long before its launch on July 21st. Lucky5 is a non-commission business and yes you do get rewarded with scratch cards for promoting this business. But with odds of just 1 in 3 you know that you are going to receive some sort of cash reward every 3rd card approximately. But of course this reward will be winnings and not commission which means exempt from tax in certain jurisdictions, such as the UK.

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    Jesse Singh - July 31, 2015

    Hey Gavin,

    Also, do you know runs the show? The website has NO information on the leadership.

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