Welcome to my Wizza Review!
Now if you have come across Wizza whether that be from sponsored videos on YouTube or other social media platforms you may be wondering what the deal is with them.
You see a lot of massive prizes up for grabs, that apparently users can get their hands on just by entering sweepstakes.
From brand new Lamborghini Huracans worth hundreds of thousands to experiences with famous influencers like SteveWillDoIt, the company seems to offer everything.
However, can you even trust it?
After all when it comes to raffle sites like this one, how do you know its not fixed and that everybody who is entering is actually getting a fair chance at winning?
This is why I commend you on doing your research, as what you will learn about today, is not only how the company ticks, but the people behind it as well that I will tell if they are genuine or not.
What Is Wizza?
Wizza is a US-based sweepstake site that according to them gives away epic prizes and in the process supports great causes.
Now that is music to many people’s ears, and due to that, you can bet that thousands of people are flogging to the site to get a shot at one of these prizes.
What makes Wizza look even more appealing, is that they are currently being promoted by some of the biggest content creators and influencers in the world.
Adding even more appeal to the site and therefore encouraging more people to get on board the Wizza train. However as you will learn over the next few minutes, this may not be a good thing at all.
Who Owns Wizza?
While Wizza has many pages on their site, including an about us page, there is no info on who works for them or owns them.
In fact, the only thing you will see on their website is a list of winners holding up prizes along with the raffles themselves.
Something that looks very suspicious in itself.
However while he couldn’t find any names on the site, I didn’t stop my search there as after looking around the internet, I was able to find a name associated with the company.
That person which I am unable to disclose has been staying under the radar as one of the owners of Wizza, as well as a crypto casino called Roobet.
This owner is someone who used to be well known in the YouTube scene, as for a while he did CSGO gambling videos.
Through these videos, he would make it appear as if he was gambling high stakes on websites for various skins on CSGO.
After the word got out, that what he was doing was fake and that the money he was using to stake ‘big amounts’ wasn’t his, he deleted his YouTube channel and practically disappeared.
That is until recently though, as he has emerged back on YouTube however through cameos in various popular YouTube channels.
He also has an Instagram account, that is currently on private however in his bio.
How Does Wizza Work?
How it works is you have various sweepstakes that you can enter through the site online.
You will find the featured ones on the homepage, and all the rest of them on the app prizes page.
Now you can enter these sweepstakes in two different ways.
There is the paid option, which is promoted the most by the owners and through content creators, where you purchase a set amount of tickets for a raffle.
To give you an example here is the 2021 Tesla Model 3 which is also valued at $40,000.
As you can see you can buy from 50 entries at $5 through to 2000 entries at $100.
That is the first option you have when it comes to entering any of the sweepstakes.
The amounts will also change depending on the value of the item.
Now here is where things get interesting as there is also a way to get raffle tickets for free.
This is by following very specific requirements which are listed at the bottom of the page of the sweepstake.
It consists of sending in a 6 x 4 postcard, with details such as your name, address, and number on it to an address in Florida.
Why this is quite interesting is the requirements are so specific, that it looks clear that both they don’t want you to mail in and second that it likely won’t be entertained.
However, I will touch more upon the winning aspect later on in this Wizza review.
Who Are Wizza’s Partners?
Earlier I said Wizza is being promoted by many popular content creators.
However who exactly are they?
Now you have SteveWillDoIt, Nelk, Sommerray, ThatWasEpic, Mike Majlak and more.
These are content creators with millions of followers who have been offered huge amounts of money by Wizza to promote them.
Its not the first time I have come across something interesting being promoted by a YouTuber.
Has not too long ago I reviewed Jake Pauls’s course aimed at helping people become financially free.
But for some of those names that I listed above, they have created sponsored videos in collaboration with Wizza.
Where they have advertised some of the products that are being put into sweepstakes over at Wizza.
However, while this seems fairly okay.
There have been many people questioning the legitimacy of the raffles.
As for some of these creators, its being looked at as a cash grab, due to Wizza not being well known and coming out of nowhere with presumably a lot of money.
In this section, I will go over a few of the suspicious partnerships that have been going on between Wizza and YouTubers.
1 – Nelk
Nelk has quickly become one of the most popular groups on the internet famous for pulling off pranks on YouTube.
Managed by Kyle Foregaard and Jessi Sebastiani, they have done their fair share of brand deals of which look more like their for their own good than their users.
So recently Nelk put up a video where they were teaming up with Wizza to give away a brand new 2020 Mclaren 720s, and that they were going to be delivering it to the winner.
However what was really odd about this giveaway, in particular, was a few things, that were also picked up by many of the watchers.
Firstly the sweepstake accepted entries from all around America, however in the end the winner was just 5 minutes away from where the McLaren was based.
This meant that either it was some insane coincidence that it just happened to be so close or that the sweepstake was fixed.
The second odd thing to come out of this video was the winner itself.
When he was revealed and was asked about how he felt winning the sweepstake, he was contradicting himself.
He said he only brought one ticket into the raffle, however, the minimum was 50 entries.
Now if you won an expensive car, you are going to be pretty sure how many entries you made, which is why this is also a red flag.
All in all, while this could all be a coincidence and the guy winning the car may have just been lost for words, it doesn’t fill you with the most confidence that the sweepstakes are real.
While sweepstakes are heavily regulated within the US, something just doesn’t look right about Wizza.
From the owners hiding themselves and being involved in scams in the past, to a car being won by someone only minutes away are just a few of the things that stand out as weird with this company.
You also have the fact that the winner of an expensive car doesn’t even remember how he won it, almost as if he had never been on the Wizza page to promote it.
While I would never use the site myself, as I am not a fan of sweepstakes.
If you want to chance your luck you can, by all means, use Wizza to try your luck.
But from what you have heard you may want to think twice about how much you put into it, especially since the amount you spend on tickets and the amount you get, doesn’t increase your chances of winning.
Thanks for reading my Wizza review.
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