You do not have much luck, aren’t you? At that site I was reviewed as a scammer, and then completely removed since people were laughing with his review. Then reviewed again…and so on.
And this is reality.
Who is manipulating roulette computers information?
If you are aware or web page “roulettesystemsreview.com” where author claims to independently review popular roulette systems and roulette computers available on the market, then this information may shock you. Behind that web page is Steven GW (Stefano), roulette computer and system seller. For years he used that page pretending to be someone else, to discredit competitors, and to promote his own product. It is not first time that Mr. GW deliberately manipulating public opinion. Previously he was already sentenced for similar scam by Judge Scott for two years jail from which he served 3 months.
Modified: After official complaints Mr. GW had to admit that it’s his own page so he removed reviews of his own product.
I read Stefano’s web page where he finally admitted to his jail adventure where he tried to make it look all innocent but never before I come across this page. It is an ABC news about Stefano’s previous scam.
From: ABC news:
“The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) hopes the jailing of a Melbourne man will discourage spam e-mail senders. Twenty-four-year-old Steven George GW has been jailed for three months for using the Internet to manipulate the American stock market.
He pleaded guilty to posting false financial information on the Internet.” What he really did and how, is better explained at http://www.nswscl.org.au/journal/44/Dawson.html
On 30 October 2000, Steven George GW was sentenced to two years imprisonment in relation to each of three crimes which he pleaded guilty to having committed by sending a fraudulent email to millions of people in Australia and overseas.
Of the 2 year sentence, he was required to serve 3 months with a good behavior bond for the remainder of the term. The convictions resulted from spam sent by Mr. GW and an associate and from bulletin board messages posted by them which were designed to inflate the price of a NASDAQ listed corporation called Rentech Inc in which they had purchased shares.
In May 1999, they sent in excess of three million emails messages to addresses in Australia, the United States and elsewhere. The messages were sent through an ISP from which Mr. GW had anonymously purchased internet access kits. He used Telstra telephone lines to connect with the ISP so as to avoid detection. Mr. GW relayed the messages through nine third party servers, which made the messages look to recipients as though they had emanated from those servers. Use of the third party mail servers in this way did not damage them, but required them to be shut down in order to clear them of the messages. The businesses that used the servers also became concerned about the effect on their reputation as a result of the spam and that somebody had gained access to the servers. The spam and bulletin board messages achieved Mr. GW’s objective. Trading in the shares of Rentech Inc on the day following that on which the emails were sent was ten times the average daily trading volume. The share price doubled before trading was halted pending an announcement to be made by the Company. Rentech Inc issued a press release denying the statements in the email and bulletin board messages. Its share price then fell to below the price at which it had started. The first two counts to which Mr. GW pleaded guilty were of making statements or disseminating information that was:1. false in a material particular; and2. materially misleading and likely to induce the purchase of securities by other persons contrary to the Corporations Law.
The maximum penalty for these offences is a $20,000 fine or imprisonment for five years or both. The third count to which he pleaded guilty is one which is of more general relevance to spammers. It was of committing an offence under sub-section 76E© of the Crimes Act 1914, which relevantly provides that:“a person who, by means of a facility operated or provided by the Commonwealth or by a carrier, intentionally and without authority or lawful excuse…interferes with, interrupts or obstructs the lawful use of a computer…is guilty of an offence. Penalty: Imprisonment for 10 years”. A bulk emailer that uses third party computer facilities to send very large quantities of unsolicited bulk email, knowing that to do so will cause an interruption to those facilities, risks being charged with an offence under section 76E.The sentence in the GW case demonstrates that the penalties may be harsh. In that case, a custodial sentence was imposed notwithstanding that Mr GW had cooperated with police, had pleaded guilty and had no prior convictions.
That said, he was not helped by an email that he had sent to his associate which said:“This is illegal but I like it. Just don’t mention anything to anyone about anything until we purchase the stock and always keep our true identity very concealed.”
By statistics all roulette system sellers are special cases, sometimes I questions myself , maybe I am as well just I do not see it and nobody wants to tell me.