Report: #229893

Complaint Review: Bill Stone - Internet, Nationwide

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  • Reported By: Kansas City Missouri
  • Bill Stone www.slotmachinesmastery.com Internet, Nationwide U.S.A.

Bill Stone Rip Off on his guarentee 100% money back will not return e-mails when requestiong a refund.! Don't waist your time or money! Internet

*Author of original report: Still e-mailing him with no responce!

*Consumer Comment: No Such Thing as a Slot Machine "System"

*Consumer Suggestion: gambling is stupid!

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I purchased the e-books that he sells on secrets to the slot machines, since he offered a 100% money back guarentee if not satisfied I went ahead and ordered it. It cost around $50.00.

I sent him an e-mail within a week of reading the e-book requesting a refund. All e-mails were returned as undeliverable. I went to his site to make sure I had the right e-mail address, and I found out that he changed from slotmachinmastery to slotmachinsmastery. With every update he sent I sent a reply again asking for my money back. I have sent at least a dozen if not more e-mails requesting a refund and not one was ever responded to.

I think that this is his way of not honoring his money back guarentee. He just will not answer any of the e-mails sent. There is no where in his site that offers another way to reach him. I have tried to send an e-mail each time I log on to the internet, I figured he may get sick of my e-amils and give me my money back. The first e-mail that I sent was June 18, 2006 and I continue to send requests to his e-mail.

As far as I am concerned this is not only a rip off it's also fraud!

Kansas City, Missouri

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#3 Author of original report

Still e-mailing him with no responce!

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

POSTED: Thursday, May 31, 2007
I am still trying ti contact this man to ask him how one is to get thier money back if they are not 100% satisfied with the e-books he is selling if he refuses to answer his e-mails?

I just wished that I would have know about credit card charge backs, back when I had first tried to reach him. I think that it is way too a late to act upon a charge back for this now.

He must be hooked on gambling and is using this money to support his habbit! Even though I got alot of negetave responces to my report, I have not given up and I will continue to keep e-mailing him every week when he send out update letters via e-mail. I hope that sooner or later he will get sick of hearing from me.

If I didn't think that this was truly a rip off then I would not have went through the time and effort that I have to make sure that no one else falls into his money back guarentee trap!!!

If I get this important information to just a few people and keep them from falling for his little scam, then this is all worth my effort!!

Take Care all and be careful out there on the huge World Wide Web full of scam artist!
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#2 Consumer Comment

No Such Thing as a Slot Machine "System"

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

POSTED: Monday, February 05, 2007
It's not necessarily the case that online casinos rip you off more than the land (or water) based casinos. In fact, some studies have borne out that many online outfits actually have HIGHER payouts than their traditional counterparts.

But, of course, there are a host of crooked online casinos out there.

But I digress . . .

Slot machine payouts (at traditional casinos) are set by the manufacturer and cannot be manipulated by the casino. Why is this important? It's important because EVERY slot machine "method" is premised on the notion that the casino itself controls the payouts, and that, if you understand the method by which the casinos place "high payout" and "low payout" machines, that you can somehow "beat the system."

This is a fallacy not only for the reason mentioned above, but also because NO machine is ever set to pay out more than it takes in.

Systems that urge you to find whether a machine is "hot" or "cold" are equally ridiculous. A basic understanding of the mathematical definition of "random" will show you that it makes no difference whatsoever whether the machine has or has not been paying out recently. Each play on a slot machine is an "independent trial," meaning that the outcome of one play is completely independent of the outcome of any previous plays.

The long and short of it all: run far away from anyone hawking a "system" for beating slot machines.
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#1 Consumer Suggestion

gambling is stupid!

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

POSTED: Tuesday, January 30, 2007
anyone who plays these stupid games of chance has no right to whine about being ripped off! all casinos, regular or online are rigged to take your money, i believe the online sites are crooks. the online sites are programmed to always make you lose!
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