Win Loot, found online at WinLoot.com, describes themselves as a 100% free online "lotto style" sweepstakes game where players can win 7 different monetary prizes including each and every day.
According to the website, once you’ve registered, all you have to do is choose the required number of picks for each game. The pools of numbers range from 40 and 66, from which you will choose 5 or 6 numbers.
Or, if you choose, you can opt for the Quick Pick option which lets the website randomly select your numbers for you. Once your numbers are selected, simply follow the rest of the specific instructions to finalize your sweepstakes submission.
Winning numbers are chosen each night shortly after midnight Eastern Standard Time. Games are new each and every day, so you must submit numbers each day to be eligible for winning each day.
WinLoot.com promises that their sweepstakes are 100% free to enter, and are open to residents of the US, DC, Canada, Australia, and the UK who are at least 18 years old. Winners are responsible for paying taxes on all winnings.
You can pick numbers for all of the games if you choose, but each game must be played in succession. You cannot enter the $1,000,000 game without entering each of the previous games first. The prizes begin at $100 and go all the way up to the $1,000,000 prize.
Before you can enter any sweepstakes, you must submit your email, name, street address, country of residence and date of birth. All of this information must be accurately submitted and confirmed so that you can be contacted if you win.
Since you do not have to pay anything to enter the sweepstakes, many people question whether or not this company is legit. But WinLoot.com says that they are run by previous executives of Publisher’s Clearing House, possibly the most famous sweepstakes company in the United States, and sweepstakes are frequently run without any purchase necessary.
If you have any experience with this website, please leave your WinLoot.com reviews below.
6 ‘WinLoot.com’ Reviews
I don't know what to call it. Might be a scam and might not
I get the same emails all the time saying someone with my initials or exact birth date is the finalist to win different amounts of money and of course I never won. They send me emails every single day saying I didn't play all the 15 games but I do everyday in fact I play all 30 games. Been playing about a year now and won nothing.
Daily Prize offers
I have been informed several times that my name is in to be a winner of a daily prize, sometimes very convincing, to date I yet to be a winner. This has been going on since July 2015, right now I really do not know what else to do to be a winner. These people never let you know why you were not selected and who was the winner. I note that in the daily line up of winners there has never been a person who won that prize offer. I would really like to know why we never see a winner for these offers.
I await a response from Winloot.
I have no problem with the site however emails can be a little misleading making you think they drew your name or birth date ..ie..someone with your birth date was drawn by the system please play today's numbers .or your name was drawn for 2500 dollar s play tonight's numbers .if my name was drawn then pay me.I continue to play while waiting on response. Yet to get one
I've been playing Winloot almost every day for about 3 months.
Monday, I received a check from them for $100. IT'S LEGITIMATE PEOPLE!
Some people are saying the Human Validation is too difficult for them. These are all simple phrases that any semi-intelligent person can figure out in about half a second.
Matt Gately, the guy who runs the site, is terrific to work with. I accidentally sent the wrong apartment number when I validated my address so he could send the check. When I realized my mistake, I e-mailed him with the correction and he fixed it right away and still got the check to me on the same day he said it would arrive originally.
This is a terrific site.
Check it out!
Fun and Easy To Enter Sweepstakes
I like the WinLoot sweepstakes site because they give away a cash prize of $25 every day and it is very easy to play. Plus you get chances to win other sweepstakes from like $100 to $1,000,000.
Methinks something stinks in Denmark...
I think it's a scam because the smallest game is for $100 yet if you look at the winners most are for $10 or $25 dollars and only one winner a day so how is that possible? if there were 4 winners of $100 in one day maybe they'd each get $25 but there's only one winner a day. so why didn't he win at least $100? nobody ever wins $500 or $1,000 or any of the higher prizes either... So I think it's all about getting cost per action on any of the ads they force you to look at to register your numbers.