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Report: #448535

Complaint Review: Flawless Roulette System, Jbrockbetting, Flawlessroulettesystem.com, Christopher Gianguzzo - Sarasota Florida

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  • Flawless Roulette System, Jbrockbetting, Flawlessroulettesystem.com, Christopher Gianguzzo 5365 Rio Vista Street Sarasota, Florida U.S.A.
  • Phone: 941-342-8466
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  • Category: Casinos

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I found this guy advertising a roulette system on a forum called Gamblersglen.com. I went ahead and bought his system. I have tried it multiple times and all it does is make a little money, then lose it all back and then some. It is fraudulant and does not do what the seller claimed. He also will not refund my money. I am not happy as he has done this to others too.

Sonny
mount ephrain, New Jersey
U.S.A.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/03/2009 09:52 PM and is a permanent record located here: https://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/flawless-roulette-system-jbrockbetting-flawlessroulettesystemcom-christopher-gianguzzo/sarasota-florida-34232/flawless-roulette-system-jbrockbetting-flawlessroulettesystemcom-christopher-guin-chr-448535. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year. Ripoff Report has an exclusive license to this report. It may not be copied without the written permission of Ripoff Report. READ: Foreign websites steal our content

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#6 REBUTTAL Individual responds

This report is completely false. I demand proof of this transaction!

AUTHOR: Christopher Gianguzzo - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Sunday, June 28, 2009

Hello,


I am appaled after reading these blatent lies. I have never dealt with this person in my entire life. This is completely made up. They say they purchased a system from me on Gamblers Glen website, yet I have never sold anything via that website to him. Infact I have never heard of this guy in my life. I would bet every penny in my pocket that the man who filed this report is on the casino's payroll. They do NOT want you to get access to my system. I know my system works. I used and tested it for years. I do have one of the only working roulette systems being sold today online, so I can see why people think they are all a scam. I will always honor my refund guarantee. Out of the 100'f of people across the world I've sold my systems to, only a few them have asked me for a refund, and this was not due to my system not being effective. It was due to their own personal reasons on why they couldn't use the system. So, this is another reason I know this report is false.
This person claims to have purchased my system from me, via a Gambler's Glen (which never happened) and then they claim I did not send them a refund. Since I know I have only had 1 person ask me for a refund this entire YEAR, there is no way this man ever purchased or asked me for a refund. The entire report is false.

The BOTTOM LINE IS THIS- I will prove my case by stating that the customer filing this report is completely FRAUDULENT and I DEMAND PROOF OF THE TRANSACTION ASAP!! I know 100% for sure, they will NOT be able to provide proof, because they are making all of this up. So, this will prove that I am telling the truth and that this "Sonny" guy is a liar and probably used a fake name to register here to this site.

betbiz2003@yahoo.com


PS- Who the heck is Christopher Guin? Did they just make up that name out of the blue? Amazing what the casinos will do to stop people from trying my system. Filing false reports against me and making up fake names to make me look bad??! LOL!!

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#5 Consumer Suggestion

That's why it's called "gambling"

AUTHOR: Hugh Jass - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Wednesday, May 27, 2009

If you honestly believed this guy had a system ask yourself this...
IF it really worked, wouldn't he keep this info to himself, take the casino's money and retire early to a tropical island?
Think next time.

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#4 Consumer Suggestion

That's why it's called "gambling"

AUTHOR: Hugh Jass - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Wednesday, May 27, 2009

If you honestly believed this guy had a system ask yourself this...
IF it really worked, wouldn't he keep this info to himself, take the casino's money and retire early to a tropical island?
Think next time.

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#3 Consumer Suggestion

That's why it's called "gambling"

AUTHOR: Hugh Jass - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Wednesday, May 27, 2009

If you honestly believed this guy had a system ask yourself this...
IF it really worked, wouldn't he keep this info to himself, take the casino's money and retire early to a tropical island?
Think next time.

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#2 Consumer Suggestion

That's why it's called "gambling"

AUTHOR: Hugh Jass - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Wednesday, May 27, 2009

If you honestly believed this guy had a system ask yourself this...
IF it really worked, wouldn't he keep this info to himself, take the casino's money and retire early to a tropical island?
Think next time.

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#1 Consumer Comment

No such thing as a "flawless" roulette system

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

POSTED: Wednesday, May 27, 2009

This guy has found the only real "flawless" roulette system: charge other people an outrageous fee to learn a bogus plan!

I'm 95% sure that this "system" was based on making incrementally larger bets for each losing spin until you finally hit. Probably something along the lines of betting the house minimum on one of the wide fields and then doubling your bet until you finally hit.

The beauty of such a system is that it WILL work MOST of the time. But when it finally doesn't work, which will inevitably happen, you will lose everything you've won plus some.

This is because roulette has an undefeatable 5.6% house advantage. Based on the way the game is set up, it is mathematically impossible to overcome this advantage in the long run.

There are some casino games where, with a little skill, the savvy gambler can actually have an advantage over the house. Roulette is NOT one of them.

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