Alarit.com Software..Good or No?

JustMarc

Dormant account
Hi, I am currently intersted in some virgin software that
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has for sale. I spoke to a guy named Scott and he was filling me in with the details on the software. Basically he told me that the software is pretty great but it has not been licensed by the gaming commision yet. They are looking for 10 people that are interested in investing $5,000.00 each so that they can come up with the 50K needed to license it. He said in turn for investing the 5K, that they would set you up with a complete working site with hosting but I would have to pay for my gaming license. Supposidly they have their servers on an Indian Reservation in a teepee.. is what he said..He He. Then he said they could handle the License. The 3 different Licenses are listed on their site with prices payable through Paypal.

He told me that Hustler Magazine flew him out to Beverly Hills, Ca and wined and dined him and have allready paid their 5K for the software. Scott said that once 10 people pay the 5k, that they will close the door and start selling turnkey Casino's for a minimum of 50K. Is it possible that he is selling Sub licensing? for 5K and is making it sound like an opportunity of a lifetime? Maybe the Casinomeister can grace the fine fellows over at Alarit with a phone call.

Im leery, what do you think?
 
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mary

Dormant account
That looks like World Gaming PLC.'s software. They a publically traded company. There is something not right here. I've emailed worldgaming.com to ask.

THE USA:

Chief of the USA branch: Mr. Brian Clark

AlarIT LLC.
540 N. State
Chicago, IL 60610
United States of America

Phones:
(312) 222-8888
(888) WEBFLASH

E-mail: brian@alarit.com

EUROPE:

Chief of the European branch: Mr. Chris Bierdorff

AlarIT LLC.
Neuhoferstr. 1
A-4240 Freistadt
Austria
e-mail: chris@alarit.com

FREE SALES CONSULTATION:

(888) WEBFLASH
(312) 222-8888 (US)

ICQ#:
267036953

MSN:
alaritpromo@hotmail.com

YIM:
alaritmarketing
 

JustMarc

Dormant account
Hi Mary, The scott that I spoke to on the phone told me to email him so that he
would have my email but when I emailed him, the emails were sent back as no good...Hmmm! I think I will have to Look at the Casino Meisters good software list and stick with one of those reutable companies.
Thanks for all your help.
Marc

mary said:
That looks like World Gaming PLC.'s software. They a publically traded company. There is something not right here. I've emailed worldgaming.com to ask.

THE USA:

Chief of the USA branch: Mr. Brian Clark

AlarIT LLC.
540 N. State
Chicago, IL 60610
United States of America

Phones:
(312) 222-8888
(888) WEBFLASH

E-mail: brian@alarit.com

EUROPE:

Chief of the European branch: Mr. Chris Bierdorff

AlarIT LLC.
Neuhoferstr. 1
A-4240 Freistadt
Austria
e-mail: chris@alarit.com

FREE SALES CONSULTATION:

(888) WEBFLASH
(312) 222-8888 (US)

ICQ#:
267036953

MSN:
alaritpromo@hotmail.com

YIM:
alaritmarketing
 

jetset

RIP Brian
CAG
I doubt that he's telling you the truth about Hustler. This is from Casinomeister's news page two weeks back. Note the software provider:

The name Larry Flynt will be familiar to most as the owner of the international girlie magazine Hustler, and he has added to his considerable portfolio of interests with an online casino branded Hustler Games.com. Bearing in mind the controversial character of Flynt, the site is remarkably ordinary and sedate but it's easy to navigate and carries limited 24/7 Support, a loyalty program, Panamanian licensing and an average Flash and download gambling suite from DCEG - Parlay Entertainment with 7 low value progressives, 5 table games, 12 slots and 10 video poker games. With sort of financial muscle that Flynt can command you would have expected him to go further up the quality ladder to find his gambling software. There are competitions for a free trip to Hustler Club in Paris and a free Hustler magazine CD, and signup bonuses too.
 

jerryg

Dormant account
I'd agree with you, Jetset, that he's probably not being entirely truthful about Hustler. Speaking of which, does the site you mentioned block US wagers? Just curious as to how they avoid legal complications with their casino in CA.

The one thing in the original post that stood out to me is the mention of servers being located on an indian reservation somewhere. That on it's own would be enough for me to view it as a risky situation for putting money into. Maybe they were talking about Kahnawakee and not a US reservation???
 
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