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Complaint Review: nj lottery
nj lottery "give your dremas a chance!"...hah! The state of nj has been mass producing scratch off games for years now. They claim that approximately 1 in 5 games yields a prize. Baloney!! trenton New Jersey
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! I recently bought 20 of their new powerplay crossward game--guess what? not 1 winner in 20 tickets! This is the same pattern with most of the other dozens of scratch off games the state promotes, using beautifully designed tickets promising "potential" big prize payouts! I recently read a report in the newspaper that the state of nj scratchoff games have terrible odds---approximately 95 percent of the tickets have NO prize whatsoever and the odds are (of course) not printed anywhere on the tickets. It is ironic, because years ago the state of nj was quite determined to stop casinos from coming to AC on the grounds that they would fleece vulnerable people (seniors, disabled, gambling addicts, etc.) out of the little money they had...now the state is perhaps THE WORST scam artist out their, fleecing mostly poor vulnerable folks out of every last time. The state lottery people have no shame, what an absolute disgrace of a state! to add insult to injury, the money ostensibly "benefits institutions" (like the six figure pensions of the corrupt party apparatchiks that run this state! Give your dreams a real fighting chance...never play these rigged games again!
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