Roulette Sniper Review
Saturday, December 15, 2007
|Rating ||What this means|
| ||Poor system. Not reliable enough to use in the long-run.|
| ||Marginally better than 1 star. Still not to be considered.|
| ||50/50 Chance of being ahead of each session. Good conepts but needs more tinkering to get it working as it should over the long term.|
| ||Something worth paying money for. Will stay ahead 8 out of 10 sessions. Overall a long term winner.|
| ||Highly recommended. The system works both short and long term without fail. One of the best genuine systems available.|
|Name ||Score ||Comments|
|| ||With the amount of negative first hand feedback from buyers of this system
there is no way this system can be recommended or even mentioned. Searching google
for Paragon roulette results in links to scam.com forums. Says it all.|
Did you know that if you search for "Paragon Roulette" (without the quotes) using Google, the first hit is a link to a thread on the scam.com forums asking if Paragon Roulette is a fraud?
Don't let us paint you the picture, take other people's personal experience:
"I have some information about him, I tried his system, and it did not work. I bought it in part because he says he will refund your money 100%. I sent him back his manual and know I cannot get a hold of him, I have not seen any money. Just my experience yours maybe different, but if you ask me I would stay far away from this person."
"I bought his Confidential Roulette. Using a roulette tester book it lost 33 units in the first 1000 spins. I emailed him my results. He has not replied."
"Hi, I just purchased the Paragon Roulette System of Jerry; well it does not work and am now very pissed of. I have sent emails but as usual no reply."
"The problem with Paragon roulette is that it is a system that you still have to make decisions on which double streets to play that are not covered in his materials. What I mean by that statement is there are sometimes more than two qualified double streets and you have to guess which ones to choose. This to me got frustrating. Therefore, I stopped using that system."
A system that requires any form of guesswork is not a system at all. Not sure, about you, but when you are purchasing a system, you really want something using a solid strategy that doesn�t change spin after spin. Guesswork or luck does NOT form a system at all.
Reviewed by the webmaster of Roulette System Winner