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Why do people ask questions about roulette systems
in forums? This is a question that I have been
asking myself for a few years now.
People seem to think then when they make a post in a
roulette forum they're going to receive answers from
a helpful, honest community that will clear up all
their problems... The reality is very different.
Like the online gaming industry on a whole, selling
roulette systems is also a competitive market.
As we all know most roulette systems are scams. Put
yourself in the shoes of a scammer for a moment.
You've just made a roulette system or your selling a
roulette system that you bought because the only way
you're going to make money with it is by scamming
Either way put yourself in the shoes of a scammer
just for a moment.
You've got your website, you've promised people the
earth and the moon on your website, you've got your
system but you're not making sales because you are
not getting visitors to your website.
How do you get quality visitors that would be
interested in buying your scam system if you promise
them it will work?
You go to a roulette forum and tout for business!
This is exactly what scammers do. It goes much
further than just posting about the system. First
they create one bogus account and leave a post
telling everyone how they came across a great
winning system (the system they're selling) and how
it is the perfect system that everyone's looking
Then they create several other bogus accounts and
then leave comments on the same thread.
They typically say things like "Dude you're right,
this roulette system rules, I'm now making good
money like you", etc.
They do this to make it look like the community is
giving their approval to the roulette system.
The truth is that it is just the same person posting
over and over again. If you've ever been in a forum
you will have noticed that when ever anyone leaves a
post you can see the stat's for the person that made
It will say how many posts that particular person
has made in the forum. This used to be a give away
because the scammer wouldn't have time to post lots
of comments with each account.
It isn't a give away any more.
This is because there are many automated software
programs that will create accounts at forums, then
they will scrape the forums and pick up random
Then the software will use the accounts it created
to post the comments that it picked up all over the
This will push the post count up of that user, then
when people read all the comments the scammer made
with the account in the thread about how great his
roulette system is, it will look like the comments
are genuine from people who participate in the forum
on a regular basis.
Just go to Google and type in something like,
"Automated forum posting software" you will see many
different programs that the scammers use.
Obviously using the software is an extreme length
that some scammer go to, most of the time they don't
bother and they just stick with several accounts
with low post counts, but I have seen it happen with
That however is just one side of the scam, It
actually works the other way too.
Roulette system sellers are all in competition with
each other, they want to sell many copies of their
own system but they don't want other system sellers
to make sales.
So they create several other accounts (or maybe use
the same ones) to post comments about other systems,
saying how they are scams and how they lost money
They do this to harm the sales of other system
sellers (rightly or wrongly) and to further the case
for their own system.
They do this for several reasons such as jealousy,
spite, envy and many more.
Going back on topic, I hope you now understand how
this big scam works, I honestly wouldn't believe a
word you read in forums when it comes to roulette
systems, because a scammer has just much opportunity
to reply to your posts as a normal person does.
Just think back to when you were younger and your
parents told you about stranger danger, they may
even have warned you about pedophiles in online chat
The exact principal also applies to roulette forums
(on a smaller scale obviously) you never know who is
answering to your comments.
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