3 Facts About Our Contests

We’ve noticed that a growing number of scammers are contacting our players through social media, notifying them that they won a contest such as our $1,000,000 contest.

Here are 3 facts about all Lucktastic contests that will help you identify when it’s the real deal and when it’s a scam.

1. Our active contests will always be clearly displayed in the contest section of the app.


2. All if our contests have end dates that are clearly noted in the official rules.


3. Contest winners are notified of their win via email from support@lucktastic.com.


If you are uncertain whether you have won a contest from Lucktastic, please reach out to us at support@lucktastic.com to confirm.


Official Lucktastic Pages

Be sure you’re following our confirmed social pages. That way you can be sure you’re getting the most up to date Lucktastic news!

Players who like us on Facebook should know that www.facebook.com/play.lucktastic is our only page. We’re Facebook verified, so you can always look for the blue check mark:


Players on Twitter or Instagram can follow us: @PlayLucktastic for all the latest and greatest:


If you’re on SnapChat or a Google+ user, check us out at Lucktastic!



And if you love seeing the full LuckCam interviews we do with our winners, subscribe to our Youtube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/LucktasticApp


If you’re not talking to us through one of these social pages, you’re probably not talking to us and you should report them.


Lucktastic Fraud Awareness

Hey Lucktastic fans,

We’ve noticed a growing number of Lucktastic scammers and imposters.

The most recent scam attempts we’ve seen are fake Facebook pages reaching out to Lucktastic players. Sometimes these pages look exactly like ours and pretend to be a Lucktastic “Claim Agent” (Examples: Bob At-Lucktastic, Lucktastic Agent-Alex, James At-Lucktastic). Just so you know: we do NOT have claim agent pages… Our one and only facebook page is this one: https://www.facebook.com/play.lucktastic. We will NEVER contact you from another page; that means we do not have claim agent pages, CEO pages, executive pages, or manager pages.

The following are examples of SCAM PAGES:

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Some recent Facebook scams we’ve seen have even taken the images of real people. They have contacted players stating they won the $1,000,000.00 contest and will have to pay $299 in order to claim their winnings.

There are a couple things wrong with this picture folks. Firstly, we will NEVER ask you to pay to claim any prize won from playing Lucktastic. Secondly, our $1,000,000 contest winner will be drawn on December 31st, 2016. If anyone has contacted you stating you’ve won $1,000,000.00 from Lucktastic prior to that, it is simply false.

If you’ve been contacted by a scammer or anyone you believe to be fraudulent, please report it to us immediately. The more details you provide, the more we will know about new scam attempts, and the better equipped we will be in raising awareness and protecting our players!

Is it really Lucktastic or is it a SCAM?

Hey Lucktastic fans,

We do our best to ensure playing Lucktastic is an enjoyable and safe experience for everyone. Recently, we’ve noticed that there are a growing number of scammers using our name and pretending to be us. It’s important for you to recognize and report these fraudulent attempts as soon as possible. This will help us protect you and all future Lucktastic players.

The easiest way to spot a Lucktastic scam or a Lucktastic impersonator is by what they ask of you; we will NEVER require you to provide a payment of any kind in order to play Lucktastic or claim a prize you’ve won. Lucktastic is free, and this simply goes against everything we do!

Another good way to spot a Lucktastic scammer is by noting how you were contacted. Unless the communication was received from one of our confirmed channels, it is not us. Confirmation, support, and correspondence emails will always be received from: support@lucktastic.com.

Should you chose to ever communicate with us on a social channel, here are our verified social pages:

Social Page Screenshots

On Facebook specifically: be sure to always check for the Blue Verified page checkmark. This badge signifies that Facebook has validated the authenticity of our page.

Real Vs Fake FB Page

If you think that you have been contacted by a scammer, do not communicate or provide any personal information. Instead, report it and forward as much information as possible to us (i.e.: their names, phone numbers, social page names, messages, or email addresses.) The more we know about potential scammers, the better equipped we will be to deal with them and maintain an enjoyable, safe, and FREE way to earn real prizes and rewards from your mobile device!