The Lotto Crusher website is little more than a link to a low-budget video explaining the Lotto Crusher system. The video does nothing to tell you how long it is and offers little in terms of graphics.
It’s merely a long, drawn out story about a person who won the lottery so many times that a convenience store owner pointed a gun at him because he was tired of paying off so many winning lotto tickets, a tale that would be too convoluted to believe even if it were the opening scene in a low-budget horror movie.
After the anecdote about the convenience store clerk, the person in the video talks about making thousands of dollars playing the lottery and all of the wonderful things he was able to do with the money, like pay off his debts and take his family on vacation.
He then reads letters people have written to him thanking him for their success winning the lotto. However, there’s no way to authenticate these letters, and most are written in a generic way that makes one suspicious regarding whether or not they are real.
The voice in the video is a man named Everett Thompson, although he doesn’t introduce himself until late in the video, which is an odd choice. However, there’s no information on the Lotto Crusher site about him.
A Google search provides no other information, as the only pages that come up are related to the Lotto Crusher system and whether or not it is a legitimate system. During the video, Everett claims on to be a mathematician, but there’s no way to confirm this or any credentials he may have.