LotteryLottoLotteries.com exposes Paul Connor's scam, Lotto Hidden Secrets as seen on www.lottohiddensecrets.com.
PAUL CONNOR MAKES FALSE CLAIMS:
THE BOOKLET, LOTTO HIDDEN SECRETS, IS ACTUALLY A REWORDED VERSION OF ROBERT PERKIS'S LOTTERY CONCEPTS ARTICLES!
FIVE OF PAUL CONNOR'S TESTIMONIALS ARE ACTUALLY GAIL HOWARD'S WINNERS' TESTIMONIALS!
As if Paul Connor's Winning Lotto Strategies scam wasn't enough, he is selling the same stolen material on another website as Lotto Hidden Secrets.
The article that Paul Connor steals his booklet from can be found at Lotto-Logix.
If he were a legitimate author, why would he need to rename the same booklet and sell it on multiple websites? He wouldn't! This is just another attempt of Paul Connor's to scam people out of their money.
Paul Connor is still stealing testimonials from Gail Howard on this Lotto Hidden Secrets site, just like he is on Winning Lotto Strategies.
To read more about Paul Connor's scams, see see the Winning Lotto Strategies scam.
Not only has Paul Connor stolen the material he is selling and using Gail Howard's lotto jackpot winners to attract buyers, but he also copied his lottery links word for word from www.smartluck.com . He couldn't even bother to reword the text this time and even stole the hotlinked map. We've saved Paul's versions in case he removes them so you can see for yourself. Click on both to compare.
Paul Connor bought the domain name lottohiddensecrets.com from NameCheap.com on June 27, 2005, and is hiding his contact information behind a WhoisGuard.
To top it all off, Paul Connor actually has the nerve to accuse someone else of stealing from HIM when he is obviously the thief! Paul Connor posted an entry on his blog accusing the owner of www.lottohiddensecret.com of stealing his website and selling his book. Whether this other website is really another thief or is just one more in the list of Paul Connor scams doesn't matter in the least. It's all been stolen from real lotto experts! See our article on Lotto Hidden Secret.
From Paul Connor's blog, seen in April 2007 at http://www.paulconnor.us/fraud-report/, (we've left Paul's grammatical errors intact):
"You may have noticed while browsing on the internet for lotto books that there is another site almost identical with mine; if you haven't seen it yet, I'll just give you the address myself: www.lottohiddensecret.com. They use to be exactly the same, but in time I updated mine, and now there are some (small) differences."