Aurl - American Real Lotto
Aurl - American Real Lotto

American Real Lotto Review

Check out American Real Lotto review which is aimed to assist players in choosing the top-quality online lottery services and avoid the suspicious ones. Aurl com can be reached at http://www.aurl.com. We review and rank the lottery websites in line with the most topical criteria. Yet this agent gets "Not tested" status from us. The monthly visits are less than 1000. The website is online since 1999, or 19 years, 5 months and 20 days ago.

More Info About the Lottery Agent
Avaliable Lotteries 2
Bonuses
Systematic
Ticket Scan
Syndicates
Monthly Visits 1 000
Languages
Online Since 1999
Mail not specified
Deposit Methods
Online Chat
Aurl - American Real Lotto sells lottery tickets online for
Country Numbers to Guess Additional Numbers Overall Odds Price Online Next Jackpot Action
1 from 25 1 in 15 Mega Millions Review
1 from 26 1 in 25 Powerball Review

American Real Lotto review: General info

Aurl com offers to try luck in two internationally popular lotteries. In particular, they offer Mega Millions and Powerball. The website is translated into four languages - English, Hebrew, Chinese (simple) and Spanish. As for the currency, the agent only works with US dollars. Aurl com supports quite enough deposit and withdrawal methods which are as follows: Verisign, Visa, HONESTe Online, Maestro, PayPal, American Express, and so on. It is also worth mentioning that Aurl.com transactions are confirmed with the lottery ticket scan. At least it is written that they upload tickets (with the player’s name on them) to the player’s personal account.

American Real Lotto review: Game play, bonuses, special offers, discounts

The agent uses a standard game-play. They apply traditional gameplay format: select and guess the numbers to win. Still, Aurl com provides no bonuses. The website offers no discounts. There are no special offers as well. The only more or less interesting proposition is the one allowing players to choose up to 13 numbers per group, as well as multiple groups of numbers for a single draw. And lastly, the agent provides no mobile applications.

American Real Lotto review: Contacts, legal background, security

Aurl com can be reached via the contact form only. There is no online chat support available at Aurl.com. The site is operated by Auto Real Lotto LTD. As for the address, there is no info about where Aurl com is legally registered. The agent provides no info about its operation license. Alexa ranking is not available for Aurl.com website. We actually thought this would be the strangest thing about it… However, the website is NOT secure. Strange enough. Pay attention that it is possible to follow Aurl com on Facebook and Google+. The website is available for any country. In any case, no restricted countries are mentioned.

American Real Lotto review: Payments and withdrawals

No info on the minimal sum of deposit is provided. Similarly, there is no information concerning ticket prices as they become available only after the registration. For obvious reasons, giving your personal details to this agent is an awful idea. The amount of winning commission is not specified too. We actually doubt the fact that it is possible to win with this agent. Not surprisingly, there is no information available as far as minimum withdrawal amount is concerned. Finally, Aurl.com provides the latest lottery results updates, which is very convenient. There is still one big BUT as the last draw date is 2013-09-14. However, Aurl.com sends no automatic notifications.

Summing up American Real Lotto review

Pros:

  1. No pros at all as it is unclear what this site was created for. We would not recommend to leave any personal information on this site

Cons:

Aurl.com doesn't get a thumb-up from us. Lottoexposed review site rated Aurl com at 1 out of 5.

Aurl.com users feedbacks

- Sorry folks, but it is very suspicious when an online lottery provider advertises that they have found the secret on winning, and along with that offer a free book written “by their experts” with no information on who they actually are. Seriously?! I also do not like the posting of the Kentucky winner of Powerball as far back as 2010. Obviously, this person won not through this site!