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Fake YouTube Testimonials
If ever I saw a fraudulent online promotion this is
it. These scammers deserve their own special mention
here. These scammers have no shame, they've posted
multiple videos on YouTube claiming to make
$2000-$3000 a day using roulette sniper.
What makes it worse is that they aren't even very
skilled at scamming people. All they're doing is
reading of a screen about how they're living a dream
Click here to watch the first scammer in action, he
claims to make $15000-$20000 a week with roulette
sniper and that he's just bought a BMW 650i with the
winnings (as well as a Porsche 911 turbo in another
fraudulent video that he's made).
What puzzles me about the pictures of him in the BMW
is the fact that he's still in the BMW show room (oh
hang on a minute I'm not confused at all, it's
because it isn't his car)... Sorry I couldn't resist
If you take a moment to look around YouTube you will
notice that he's made several videos as well as
multiple YouTube accounts to comment on his own
videos to compliment his scam.
He's also got his girlfriend in on the act as well
and you can watch her by clicking here. How do I
know this is his girlfriend/mutual friend?
This is easy, they are both promoting the same
domain which is www.rsniper.com. Also if you look
closely you will notice that when they make these
videos they're sitting in the same room with the
same wallpaper in the background.
So why have they taken the time to set up this scam?
It's for the same reasons mentioned in the
roulette system reviews page.
I will need to get a little technical here to help
you understand the deal with this.
What these scammers have done is buy the domain name
www.rsniper.com. Then what they do is go to the
roulette systems page of Clickbank and get an
affiliate link for Roulette Sniper.
Then what they do in their domain settings for
www.rsniper.com is redirect it to their roulette
sniper affiliate link.
This may sound complicated but their regular link
would look something like this:
Nobody's going to type that link in and they realize
this and that's why they redirect to it through
These two aren't the only scammers doing this, there
are many others!
I must also point out that even though roulette
sniper is a scam in it's own right, it isn't Vince
Severson's fault (the owner of Roulette Sniper
software) that these scammers are making these
videos. What the affiliates do is out of the product
So now you know the deal with this scam and how you
can avoid it. People like that don't belong on
YouTube has finally taken some action on this
scammer and has removed a large portion of
fraudulent videos. For some reason however some of
them remain, including all of the roulette sniper
The link above used to go to a penis enlargement
video were he just sat talking out of his rear end
about how you can increase the size of your penis.
However YouTube has now removed the video.
Prior to YouTube removing that video, I used to
receive emails from people on a weekly basis who
were laughing at his shameless (and terrible) video.
But if you click this link you will see the profile
of one of his many YouTube accounts were he still
has 10 scam videos.
One of them is a penis enlargement video in a slide
show format. He is also claiming you can make $1200
a day playing poker and that there's a further $500
an hour to be made with a free roulette system.
He even claims that he can help you learn French and
cure acne. I kid you not.
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