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Fake Roulette System Reviews Scam
I'm sick of the sight of fake roulette system
reviews but they're everywhere. Pretty much every
roulette system review on the internet is fake,
except mine obviously :)
So I'm just going to crap all over this scam right
Most roulette systems are sold via a third party
website called Clickbank:
Clickbank authorize the
payments and sort out the download process.
Clickbank also have what's called an affiliate
Basically this means that you can advertise products
and the receive a commission when you generate a
sale. Now when it comes to roulette systems the
easiest (and most the most dishonest) way to
generate sales is to write bogus reviews that are
filled with lies telling people exactly what they
want to hear.
For more information on this
simply click this link.
That's the page for the roulette systems on
Clickbank. You will see that roulette sniper is
currently the most popular product because it has
the most affiliates promoting it.
You will also notice on that page that you get
$26.67 for every sale you generate for roulette
Roulette sniper is clear fraud as I point out in my
roulette sniper review but the affiliates don't care
about this, they just want easy money by lying to
They will fill the Internet up with bogus reviews,
in them they write exactly what the reader wants to
hear and never let the truth get in the way. Then at
the end they will put their affiliate link to
If you click this link you will see a classic fake
roulette sniper review. The person that's written it
(David Morris) is a bare faced liar and a scammer.
He claims that if you buy roulette sniper you will
be able to quit your job and that he's a
professional gambler and he's never seen anything
BULL SHIT, all he wants (and cares about) is his
If you do a little research you will notice that
he's written a positive review for:
Reverse Roulette, etc.
WOW, he must be raking in the cash with all these
winning roulette systems that he's using, or maybe
he isn't making money using any of them, just by
writing fake reviews and getting commissions on
Just think about this, does a regular person have a
website to write a review and then more importantly
have the skills to get it to the top of Google for a
search term like "roulette sniper review"?
Of course they don't, so don't believe any of the
bull shit that you read, just read my
system reviews page and you'll be fine or you can
contact me for information on a system that isn't
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