Over the past few days I’ve been receiving numerous questions about a roulette system called Professional Roulette System. I’d never heard of it before so I did a little bit of digging and it only went on sale about a week ago which explains why I’ve suddenly started getting questions about it.
There are numerous signs that this is a system to avoid on the site but the most concerning sign are the testimonials. They are all videos from people saying they bought the system and are doing well and winning money with it. It’s pretty obvious that these testimonials are paid for which I shall explain in a little more detail now.
Buying testimonials is a bit like buying positive feedback on eBay, it’s a very easy thing to do and it’s growing problem in the sales of eBooks, especially get rich quick type products.
According to cbtrends.com Professional Roulette System went on sale on the 3rd of December 2010 (6 days ago). However when you look at these testimonials on YouTube, they were uploaded on the 26th of November which is obviously doesn’t sound right.
One of the testimonials is from someone that claims to have been planning a trip to Las Vegas for a while and that in preparation for his trip he looked round for a roulette system. He claims to have found professionalroulettesystem.com, ordered the eBook and then won over $2000 on his trip.
Erm, the system went on sale on December 3rd yet you’re recording a video in November claiming to have already bought it and gone to Vegas and won money? I smell a rat.
A lot of the other testimonials are similar, people claiming to have bought it 1-2 months ago and haven’t lost with it yet blah blah blah. So where do these “testimonials” come from?
They came from fiverr.com. This is a site where people offer a range of services for just $5. You can actually pick up some bargains on there depending on what you’re into such as graphics and pictures.
However one of the bad things on there is testimonials. If put in the search box “testimonial” you will see hundreds of results from people who will sit on camera and say lots of great things about an eBook for $5. These people really have no shame, sitting there saying great things about stuff they don’t even know about for a lousy $5.
If you want some proof that they came from fiverr.com then CLICK THIS LINK. That is the page of a young girl on fiverr.com who is offering to do video testimonials for $5.
The video below is one of the testimonials for Professional Roulette System and it’s the same girl, I rest my case.
Now if a seller is buying testimonials, to me it’s an instant sign that it’s a scam. There are other claims on the site that have me concerned, here is a quote:
“It’s a LOOPHOLE that ensures you can come away with THOUSANDS of dollars every night with minimal investment.”
A loophole that ensures thousands of dollars every night? I don’t think so. When you look at it logically, there’s no real proof of anything on the site to back up any of these claims. Unfortunately I can see a lot of people that don’t know any better being fooled by these BS videos.
Soon I will get the system and add a full review to the main site, for now I will leave you with the above thoughts and evidence of the fake testimonials.
Side note – I wouldn’t be at all surprised if the above video and profile page on fiverr.com get removed to try and cover tracks.