The internet is riddled with roulette scams. These vary from genuine but misguided advice, to the downright scandalous scams that encourage you to place money using a system that is little more than pot luck, often making the roulette system’s owner large amounts of money through bogus casinos.
To avoid being scammed in roulette, or any other casino game for that matter, ensure you follow a few basic checks.
- If you stumble across a new system, don’t rely on the sales blurb on the website. It is very easy for false claims to be fabricated, testimonials to be created from thin air, and even for photos of winnings to be easily created using photo editing software. Check any system by doing a straightforward Google search. Read a few different opinions of it from other people on unaffiliated sites.
- Check the claims made by the system promoter. Are they substantiated?
- Contact the owner. A great test is to look for an email address on the page selling the system and send an email with a simple question. If the email isn’t answered doesn’t that tell you something about the reputability of the system?
- Ensure the system has a guarantee. Verify that the guarantee will be paid if you are not happy. Again the best way to do this is to write an email and check that you get a response that you are satisfied with. The reliable operators are above board and will guard their reputation strongly by offering exceptional customer service.
If you follow the advice above you will avoid roulette scams and have the opportunity to make a lot of money.
Alex Mayer is a gambling and casino industry professional from London, England. With a masters in Mathematics she offers private consultancy and advice to casino operators.
Alex runs Playhard and offers a free roulette system (http://www.playhard.co.uk/best-roulette-system.php) that regularly outperforms the best paid systems.