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Roulette System Testimonial Scams
Everyday roulette system sellers are breaking the
law with their testimonials. For starters most
testimonials are fake, just go to Facebook.com (or a
similar site) and that's where they get their
pictures from in most cases.
However it is actually against the Federal Trade
Commissions advertising laws to show testimonials
where specific earnings are shown.
If you show a testimonials like:
"I made $300 in my first hour"
"I can't stop winning money"
"I made $700 in my first six hours"
"I started out with $200 and now I have $5000"
"I've cleared my personal debt of $8500 in just 4
Then you're breaking FTC advertising laws. The above
examples are just a few of the testimonials that
I've seen that are breaking the advertising laws, I
could sit here all day writing more if I wanted to.
Do these roulette system sellers care that they're
breaking the law? Absolutely not, they will say what
ever it takes to make sales.
Websites like Roulette Sniper, Roulette Killer,
Roulette Assault, Roulette Raper, etc. Are all
breaking these regulations. So not only are the
testimonials almost certainly fake (based on my
results and the results of many others) but they are
also against the law anyway.
The fact that they're breaking the law just with
their misleading testimonials should be enough to
put you off.
You may also want to see my page on the
testimonial, these scammers deserve their own
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