Avoid Online Roulette Scams
Nobody likes being scammed but the online gaming industry is full of them. Here at Online Roulette King I want you to enjoy the game as much as I do so
avoiding scams is a must.
As you may of seen on the roulette system reviews page there are
several bogus systems being sold. However there are several other scams that you need to be aware of.
The first three scams are the ones which I also mention on the Playtech Scams Page
Scam 1 - Asking for Identification
This is a very annoying scam that many people get sucked into every day. It is an excuse for the
casinos not to pay players their winnings, Click Here to learn
Scam 2 - Pending Period
This is another scam that the casinos pull. It is all part of trying to avoid paying players their
winnings. It is a policy that all most every Playtech casino has and it is a policy that really annoys me.
Click Here to find out more.
Scam 3 - Bonus Scam
Almost everyone (including myself when I first started out) has fallen for this scam. The fact that
casinos give out a welcome bonus isn't a scam, what is a scam is the way they don't make sure you understand what
you will need to do to cash it out. This is a must read if you are new to online roulette, Click Here for more information.
Scam 4 - Forum Posting Scam
This is a scam from roulette system sellers. When you have experience like me it is obvious but to
people that don't know any better it is easy to be fooled. It is also a very common scam, Click Here to find out more
Scam 5 - Martingale Roulette System
This is how a lot of people get conned into playing online roulette in the first place. The scam is bet on red or black and
double your bet after a loss. This system is totally bogus, it just doesn't work. But why do people do it in the
first place? Find out everything you need to know by Clicking
Here it will all make sense after reading this.
Scam 6 - Guaranteed to win at roulette
Fed up of people selling you dreams and showing you pictures of luxury resorts and fast cars? Me
too, so Click Here to find out more
Scam 7 - Fake Roulette System Review
There are a lot of people that suffer from the problem of having no integrity and that's more than
true with this scam. Too many people are writing bogus roulette system reviews for comissions on sales and don't
care about the fact that they're lying to people. Click Here to
find out more.
Scam 8 - Roulette System Testimonial
As you sit reading this most roulette system sellers are breaking the law with their
testimonials. Not only are they almost certainly faked but they don't care about the fact that what they're
doing is against the law. Click Here to learn more
Scam 9 - Youtube testimonials
Of all the liars that I've come across in my many years gambling online these scammers are
definitely up there with the worst. No doubt at all about this one being a scam. Click Here to learn more.
Scam 10 - Trigger Numbers Scam
My email box was becoming inundated with people asking my questions related to roulette systems
that use what they call "trigger numbers" to figure out what numbers to bet on the next spin. This is a shameless
and often expensive fraud conducted by roulette system sellers. Click Here to learn more.
Have you lost money to a scam? Been lied to by someone? Get in touch with me via the contact page and tell me all about the scam and how I can look into it. If I agree that it's a
scam I will soon update the website.
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