Andy Veerhoven has programmed Roulette Killer, his own bespoke roulette software for “legally robbing” online casinos.
The software works by exploiting the MD5 randomizer software used by online casinos, which has a number of flaws making it perform differently to real-life roulette wheels.
Andy claims the software calculates over 100 factors in the background, filters them and spits out the most accurate prediction, resulting in a steady stream of cash into your casino account.
Andy offers a full money back guarantee for anyone who cannot follow his simple system to make money.
The rest of the facts are directly below.
Feedback & Overview
Actual Customer Feedback:
“I bought this software and followed the instructions precisely. I was feeling really hopeful when I won a few times in a row and then I had a losing streak and lost everything, plus more!”
Portion of actual user comment on scam.com
“When I tested roulette killer I didn’t even get short term results, I just lost, lost, lost until I got bored using it.”
Portion of actual user comment on onlinerouletteking.com
Summary: Consumer reports of Roulette Killer are clear in their damnation of the product, and would signal the best advice is to avoid.
Company info: RouletteKiller.com was registered on 26 February 2007
Product Specifications: Roulette prediction software to use at home when playing at online casinos
Return Policy: Full 60 days 100% refund guarantee