Lottobroker A Scam Site? Can I Say That?

Lottobroker a scam

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Do you remember the post I did on how well I did last month as a lottery affiliate? My earnings would have been a lot higher if my best earning lottery site remained honest. I’m talking about I’ve been affiliated with them for years but I haven’t been happy with them of late.

You could say that our relationship has deteriorated to such an extent that I was forced to write a post called Is Lottobroker a scam? Can they be trusted?

As that post will explain these guys owed me over $1200 back in September 2015. I’m sure that by now, especially with all the excitement over that last USA Powerball jackpot, it would be over $2000. Even with all the emails I’ve sent them I’ve yet to receive a reply. I even warned them that unless I got some sort of reply from them that I would be writing these posts calling them out for what they really are! Untrustworthy as all hell?

Can I Call Lottobroker A Scam Site?

You may noticed from reading that post that I didn’t out and out call their site a scam. All I did was warn people that they couldn’t be trusted. Especially after I found out that other affiliates were left in the lurch. Shit, they would all be spitting chips by now because you haven’t been able to log into their affiliate dashboard for months now.

So I ask you, can you trust a site that rips off their affiliates to pay their winning lottery customers their winnings? Personally I don’t think you can, but I would love some feedback from you guys.

If you hopped over to read that post you would have noticed it contained a whole sleuth of banners. Each and every banner was created with the Creator 7. Each banner contained it’s own message, every one of them saying how you can’t trust Lottobroker to do the right thing. But that wasn’t the only reason. It also had a lot to do with SEO, because this time I was writing to the search engines as much as I was to prospective, and actual, Lottobroker customers.

With some luck Goggle and the other major search engines will send them to that site to warn them about what can be expected of

Any help you can give would be appreciated. So if you could share that post, a Tweet, Facbook like or whatever I’m sure it would do a lot of good.

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Salwar Suit At Craftsvilla

Salwar Suit For A Unique Look

I have to admit I’ve never heard of a Salwar Suit. Come to think of it I’ve never heard of Craftsvilla Salwar Suiteither. According to Wikipedia a Salwar Suit is also referred to as a Shalwar kameez or Salwar kameez. Technically it’s a traditional outfit originating in South Asia and is a generic term used to describe different styles of dress.

I don’t know about you but I still can’t picture what Salwar suit actually looks like. I reckon it must be a bloke thing. So, for all the blokes out there I’m going to post a picture of a great looking woman wearing an actual Salwar Suit.

Now that we know what a Salwar Suit is I suppose the next step is finding out where you can get your hands on one of them. That’s where Craftsvilla comes in. You could almost say they’re an online marketplace styled store. Looking at their ‘about page they’re all about getting people to “Discover Unique Indian Products” including Handmade, Vintage, Ethnic, Organic and Natural products from India.

The site itself is fast loading and the menu very easy to understand. It also has a section called ‘Top Feeds” which uses images as a way of catching their customers attention. And it does that very well and I was more inclined to use those to explore the site rather than use the menu on the left.

You will notice that Craftsvilla has so much more to offer than just sarees! They also have great products like jewellery and home decor as well as other products. Truly a one stop shopping experience.

Now, it’s over to you. What do you think of the site and which menu system do you prefer?


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Mushrooms Making You Laugh?

OK, maybe the only mushrooms that can really make you laugh are the magic mushroom variety,  but the following joke is based around mushrooms and is really funny.

The Mushrooms Smothered Steak Fiasco

magic mushroomsShe wanted to serve her guests mushroom-smothered steak, but she had no mushrooms and no time to buy them.

Her husband suggested, “Why don’t you go pick some of the mushrooms that are growing wild down by the stream?

“No, some wild mushrooms are poisonous.”

“Well, I see varmints eating them and they’re OK.”

So she picked a bunch of the mushrooms, washed, sliced and sautéed them for her dinner. Then she went out on the back porch and gave Spot, their dog, a double handful. Spot ate every bite.

All morning long, she watched the dog. The wild mushrooms hadn’t affected him after a few hours, so she decided the mushrooms were OK to be served.

The meal was a great success.

After everyone had finished, her daughter came in and whispered in her ear,

“Mum, Spot is dead.”

Trying to keep her head about her, she left the room as quickly as possible, called her doctor and told him what had happened. The doctor said,

“That’s bad, but I think we can take care of it. I’ll call for an ambulance and I’ll be there as quickly as I can. We’ll give everyone enemas and we’ll pump out their stomachs and everything will be fine. Just keep them calm.”

Before long they started to hear the sirens as the ambulance tore down the road.

The paramedics and the doctor had their suitcases, syringes, and a stomach pump.
One by one, they took each person into the bathroom, gave them an enema, and pumped out their stomachs.

After the last one was done the doctor came out and said,

“Everything will be okay now,” and with that he left.

The hosts and the guests were all weak and knackered sitting around the living room when the daughter came in and said to her mum,

“I can’t believe that bloke!”

“What bloke ?”

“You know, that one who ran over Spot, he never even slowed down!!!!”

 Want more laughs? Why not check out some killer sports jokes?

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