• Report: #155593

Complaint Review: Slot Machine Profits - How To Legally Rob Slot Machines - Susan Applegate

  • Submitted: Wed, August 31, 2005
  • Updated: Mon, September 05, 2005

  • Reported By:West Bountiful Utah
Slot Machine Profits - How To Legally Rob Slot Machines - Susan Applegate
P.O. Box 747 Walnut, California U.S.A.

Slot Machine Profits - How To Legally Rob Slot Machines - Susan Applegate Ripoff!! I received the How to legally rob slot machines using the Zig Zag method in the mail for $32.00. I have not won anything! Walnut California

*Consumer Comment: It's not really "cheating," nor does it work

*Consumer Suggestion: Why in the hell are you trying to cheat slot machines in the first place? Funny, how you expect others to be honest when you aren't!

*Consumer Comment: It finally showed up

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1st thing I am going to go & do after I finish this is go to the tatoo place so they can put SUCKER right in the middle of my forehead, just in case I pass someone that is not quite sure if I am or not, they will know for sure I am the biggest SUCKER there is.

You know there are other gambling offers out there that really send you what you order, I have received all that I have ordered. BUT NOT FROM Susan Applegate. Come to think about it I do believe I have received other mail with her name on it.

Good thing I remember that now that she has my money but this time I wrote a check. I am so tired of this Shi_!! How do these people live with them selves or look in that golden mirror and like what they have become. They have become ugly & God hates ugly.

I hope what goes around, comes around and bites her right in the a*s. Please excuse my language but I am so tire of her kind of people.

Wendy
West Bountiful, Utah
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Comment

It's not really "cheating," nor does it work

AUTHOR: Timothy - (U.S.A.)

The information doesn't actually teach you how to "cheat" slot machines.



Nor will it teach you ANYTHING of value.



What the materials purport to teach is a position-based method of finding which slot machines are set to pay out higher than the others. In other words, the "system" is a method of finding "hot" slot machines based on their position in relation to pathways, entrances, bars, table games, and other machines (or one or a combination of those factors).



I'm not specifically familiar with the "zig-zag" method, but I can tell you this: all slot machine "systems" are based on two, and sometimes three, faulty premises.



The first premise is that some machines are set to pay out more money than is put in. This premise couldn't be more wrong, but the "systems" depend on it for success. Think about it, if no machines pay out more than 100% of what goes in, then how can you possibly expect to make a profit? This premise is an important part of all slot machine systems, but it is simply wrong.



The second premise is that the casino has unfettered control over the payouts of their machines. This too is wrong. In every state, payouts are set by the manufacturer accoring to the wishes of the casino, but within the contraints of state (sometimes federal) law. The casino, theoretically, does have the ability to modify these payouts. But the macines are designed so that such tampering is easily spotted upon inspection. So, when the gaming regulators come around, they find the tampering and shut the whole place down. Bottom line: casinos do not have any control over payouts once the machines are on-line. But these systems depend on such control and, therefore, are deeply flawed.



The third premise, used by some but not all systems, is the notion that a machine that hasn't paid out in a long time is "overdue," and, likewise, a machine that has paid out substantially is now "cold." This is the classic gambler's fallacy. Every spin of those reels is an "independent trial," and what happened before has NO effect on what will happen now.



The long and short: stay away from slot machine systems. In teh end, they will cost you far more than the cost of the paper they're printed on.
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

Why in the hell are you trying to cheat slot machines in the first place? Funny, how you expect others to be honest when you aren't!

AUTHOR: Paul - (U.S.A.)

What did you really expect? Nobody is going to come out and tell you exactly how to cheat slot machines. If such a thing did exist, the inventor would keep the deal all to themselves.



Besides, cheating a gambling device is against the law. A felony in Nevada, I think.



Why don't you order instructions that tell you how to go back to school and learn a trade or a skill that somebody will pay for? Decide what it is that you'd like to do with your life and get the training to become that.



Why ain't you ordering a book like that?



At least that would make some kind of sense. That's the only way that I ever found to get ahead in this world.



When's the last time you saw somebody get rich by cheating a slot machine?
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#3 Consumer Comment

It finally showed up

AUTHOR: Wendy - (U.S.A.)

I finally received the zig zag report after a very long wait, which cost me $32.00. For $32.00 I got a 10 page report; the report is only common sense. But I did receive what I ordered.
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