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Roulette Master Hack Scam
Roulette Master Hack isn't a website or anything
like that, it's merely a video on YouTube entitled
"Roulette Master Hack" and then in the description
box there's a link to download an eBook.
In the eBook you're then given instructions on how
to get hold of the full program. To get hold of the
full program you have to open up an account at a
company called Liberty Reverse and then you have to
send $500 to the seller and in exchange he says he
will give you his secret online roulette method.
This is the first red flag. Scam artists use
companies like Western Union, Liberty Reverse,
Perfect Money, etc. so that they can remain
If this was a legitimate business offer, they would
give you their full details so that you knew who
your were dealing with and just give you their
International Bank Account Number for you to forward
the $500 to.
I have received numerous complaints from people who
have set everything up and sent him the $500 and in
return they got a software program that didn't work
One person told me that after he sent the money he
received NOTHING at all. They all said that when
they emailed to get their money back they got no
response which isn't surprising.
I've also read a few complaints in forums which
leaves me in no doubt that this is just another
scam. Sometimes I take emails with pinch of salt
incase people are just starting rumors, but when I
look at something that has all the warning signs of
a scam and receive numerous complaints as well as
reading complaints elsewhere, it leaves no doubt in
What about the winning videos?
One person that complained to me asked how they
could win so much money in their YouTube promotional
video. It's very easy, they're just playing in the
online casino "fun" mode rather than real mode.
The reason they're winning isn't because fun mode
just lets them win, it's because fun mode is a
pre-set list of numbers that was cracked several
Numerous scam artists have used this to their
advantage over the past few years and have
engineered systems that can beat it and have also
made videos showing the wins.
They then edit these video to look like real playing
accounts (very easy to do) and then they can fool a
lot of people.
In the case of roulette master hack, he simply knows
where in the list of numbers he is and can therefore
bet on single numbers and win every single time.
This knowledge is absolutely useless though when it
comes to real money play and this is why they sell
Just ask yourself this question - if you really knew
how to win on every single spin, would you sell it
to anyone? I wouldn't tell anyone in the world,
never mind sell it online.
So roulette master hack is a scam and should be
avoided at all costs. I'm 99% sure that it's from
the same person responsible for the
system scam (due to the exact same scamming tactics
being used) so he probably has numerous false
promotions on the go.
If you find a website or video that sounds similar
to what I've described above, please get in touch
with me and let me know. It will be greatly
appreciated by everyone that reads this site.
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