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LUCKY DIP

TOMBOLAYou will be able to win more money from this LUCKY DIP as more people join in!

It’s a bit like the National Lottery only much better because the odds of winning are much better!

e.g. 1000 : 1… ¬†(not 14 million :1)

So, scale this up to the size of your monthly budget – each ticket costs $25

Then play it every month. $25 for one chance to win the draw POT.

If you have a spare $50, this will give you TWO chances to win.

The more tickets you buy, the more chances you have of winning the POT!

The amount you win will be determined by how many tickets are sold… e.g. 1000 tickets sold = 1000 x $25 = $25,000 POT. The winner will receive in this case, $25,000 less 20% = $20,000.

 

There are FOUR basic rules…

Keep to the rules and you could frequently win a wonderful income

RULES:

1. If you have a regular income every month, decide on the amount of ‘spare’ money you have for the month… e.g. $50. Please don’t use the money you need to live on.

2. Be prepared to lose this $50 for the sake of someone else winning it – it could be you of course!!

3. Offer (in this case) your $50 into the draw by buying TWO tickets ($25 each)  from the list.

4. Wait for the Lucky Dip Draw. This is a random number selection system based on the tickets that have been purchased. If either of your numbers is selected as the winner, you win THE POT in full (less 20% for business administration, promotions and profit)

 

Note: The more tickets you buy, the more chance you have of winning the POT.

The POT amount is determined by how many tickets are bought for every draw.

The POT amount and the ticket numbers are published by email prior to the draw.

Only one ticket is drawn so the lucky person’s ticket wins the full POT amount (less 20% for business administration, promotions and profit).

Full disclosure is the way we operate… that means if someone buys a ticket, that ticket number and the name of the buyer is published by email to the whole list of email participants. When the draw takes place, the winning ticket number and the name of the winner is published in full to the list. So, everyone on the list knows the winning ticket number, the ticket holder’s name and the amount won. The only data with-held are the email addresses of the participants.

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