Roulette Exploit is yet another scam website that claims there’s easy money to be made by exploiting flaws in online casino software. Let’s go through a few of the claims on the RouletteExploit.com website before explaining exactly why it’s a scam and why it won’t work.
- They claim to be “three friends” who have been professional roulette players for years.
- They tell you a perfect story of how they were struggling for years to provide for their families, spending 6-8 hours per week in casinos before finding their system.
- They claim to have found a flaw at 10 online casinos that you can exploit for easy cash.
- They say that they’re giving their system away because they HATE (yes, hate is in all capitals) casinos and that if they can help more people “rip them off”, they’ll be happy.
The “strategy” they give you is unique for a website of this kind – they tell you to wait until there’s been 8 colours in a row and then bet on the opposite colour. For example, wait until there’s been 8 Reds in a row and then bet on Black.
They don’t tell you to use a progression or anything like that. They quite literally just tell you to wait until there’s been 8 colours in a row then bet on the opposite colour and that’s it. They put so much time into writing false claims such as the ones listed above that they forgot to explain the system properly.
They either want the reader to believe that colours can never go more than 8 spins in a row (which is complete rubbish) or they assume that the reader will use a progression anyway. Either way, it doesn’t work, there’s no flaw and you should completely ignore everything they say.
How They Convince People
Following the perfect story and very brief strategy description, they give you a list of “exploitable” casinos. To make matters worse, they say that they have a programmer who’s created a program to test online casinos on a regular basis so that they can stay on top of which casinos have exploitable flaws and which ones don’t. They’ve even gone to the length of “crossing out” links to online casinos where the exploit has “ceased working”. Take a look at this screen shot below which is directly from the RouletteExploit.com website.
Following this list, they say that they were verified on yesterday’s date. This is a piece of code that updates every single day with yesterday’s date so that it appears the casinos have been “verified” in the past 24 hours.
To further convince people of the legitimacy, they say that you should sign up to several casinos and win small so that you can stay under the radar and avoid detection. They even tell you to lose on purpose every now and then so that you blend in and your account doesn’t become “flagged”.
The Whole Thing Is A Lie
Pretty much everything they say is a lie, carefully crafted to convince you to sign up to the casinos listed. That’s the whole idea of the Roulette Exploit website – to trick people into signing up to casinos by giving them the impression that they can win easy money.
This isn’t the only website that’s scamming people like this; there are loads of them. We’ve written a more detailed page explaining these kinds of scams, the systems they give you and the typical claims that they make which you can read here.
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