Recently I’ve been receiving questions about the miracle roulette system which can be found at the following address:
I’m going to be blunt here, this is almost certainly a scam. However I’m not adding a review to the main site yet until I get some customer feedback from it. So I’m not saying that it is a scam, I’m saying it probably is for several reasons which I shall list for you now.
1. There are apparent proof videos but these have been edited. It’s parts of real money videos (when he logs in) pieced together with fun mode videos (when he actually plays) put together to look like convincing proof
2. Far too much is covered up in the videos and you don’t really know what’s going on
3. He’s using a free blogspot.com site rather than making his own. There’s nothing wrong with blogspot.com sites but it’s far easier to remain anonymous and unknown with a blogspot.com site than it is with a website you own yourself.
4. He’s winning huge amounts which reminds me a lot a of be-a-winner.info and earn-guaranteed-money.com to name just a few of the long list of frauds where they can win a lot in play for fun because it’s easily predicted but cannot predict real mode at all.
5. Why would anyone that is able to win thousands in a matter of minutes need to sell their system for $300? It just doesn’t make sense.
Now going back to the videos, they sure do look real and it’s easy to understand why people would be fooled but videos are easily edited, just look at what goes on in Hollywood. If you look at this with a logical mind and common sense I’m sure you’ll agree that the miracle roulette system is a scam
I may be completely wrong here, this may well be the holy grail system that everyone wants but I doubt it very much. As soon as I get some user feedback I will do an updated blog post and add a full review to the main site.