Billion Lotto review: General info
BillionLotto offers only one lottery game, which is called Billion Lotto. The website is translated into English only. As for the currency, the agent only works with Ugandan shilling (UGX). BillionLotto applies only one payment method - MTN Mobile Money. It is also worth mentioning that BillionLotto co does not confirm its transactions with the lottery ticket scan.
Billion 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, BillionLotto provides no bonuses. As for discounts, we know that multiple draws are available up to 10. However, there is no information on whether the player receives any discounts. Also, BillionLotto co has no special offers. And lastly, you might be interested to know that there must be a mobile app, taking into account the agent’s specifics. Still, there are no details about it.
Billion Lotto review: Contacts, legal background, security
The agent used to provide contact phone numbers and an email, but they cannot be found as the website is currently offline. For the same reason, we do not know if there used to be an online chat as well. We have found no info about the agent's legal name. As for the address, there is no info about where BillionLotto is legally registered. The agent provides no info about its operation license. The only thing we know is that this is an official lottery run by the Ugandan government. The website's Alexa ranking accounts for 6,671,236. However, the website is NOT secure. Pay attention that it is possible to follow BillionLotto on Facebook and Twitter. The service is available only in Uganda.
Billion Lotto review: Payments and withdrawals
The website is offline, so we have no opportunity to find out if there are any deposit and withdrawal limits. The minimal ticket price is 27 US cents. This is the price for one line of Billion Lotto (we remind that this is the only lottery the agent offers). BillionLotto co charges no winning royalties. As for the taxes, the agent says there is none, though many sites say there is a tax taken. Finally, BillionLotto co does not provide the latest lottery results updates, which is not quite convenient. As far as automatic notifications are concerned, we cannot be sure if the agent used to send them.
Summing up Billion Lotto review
- Official lottery run by the Ugandan government
- Billion Lotto supports the “Bless a Child Foundation”
- No info about jackpots
- Only ninety (90) days to claim your winnings
- Available only in Uganda
BillionLotto co gets a thumb-up from us. Lottoexposed review site rated BillionLotto at 2 out of 5.
BillionLotto co users feedbacks
- As of May 12, 2017, Billion Lotto is no longer in service and no draws have been conducted since then. They claim this is just a “System Upgrade”, but this lasts for a month already! Believe my experience – this is a SCAM!!! Stay away from them.
- I know that their jackpot does not look like a billion dollars, but it still could make a huge difference for basically anyone in Uganda. The game format is quite good, only 49 balls and no bonus ball, which increases winning odds. And finally, this is an official lottery. The only disadvantage is that you have to be there to play.