Mark Howe Predictroulette.com (further information)

This page explains some of Mark Howe’s activity, although it is truly only a fraction of it. Some of his purchasers believe they were scammed, and are freely distributing his computer to inform people. See what Mark’s customers have to say about Mark Howe.

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Mark claimed the UK Gambling Commission tested his device and found it was the only one to beat roulette. The gambling commission confirmed Mark’s claim was false, and they stated:

“Mark Howe has been brought to the attention of the Gambling Commission on a previous occasion and we would advise you not to purchase this product. The commission has received previous complaints regarding this individual and these have been passed to the Office of Fair Trading.” – Thomas Allmark, Licensing Administrator, UK Gaming Commission, Ph: 0121 230 6666

wtfMark claimed the UK National Measurements Lab (Government Lab) witnessed his roulette computer beating a level roulette wheel. Their response is:

“I hereby confirm that no such testing or endorsement of his device has taken place.” – Paul Dixon, Director of Certification Services National Measurement Office, Ph 020 8943 7282

wtfMark Makes his false claims mostly under fake names like the one below. You’ll noticed in this one below he even claims the Ritz players used his computer.

False positive reviews

False positive reviews

In the post below (taken from Youtube), Mark uses his Youtube account to make the same false claim. Although he also openly publishes video where he brazenly makes the same claim:

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False claim from Mr Howe claiming his computer was used to win millions at the Ritz casino in London

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Mark claims the Guardian Newspaper witnessed a demonstration of his roulette computer beating a level roulette wheel at his “mansion” in Sheffield. The reporter confirmed the wheel was tilted. Beating a tilted wheel is very easy to beat even without a computer. The Sheffield house shown below is where they met (photo provided by Google maps). It is the same address Mark himself publishes on his website. We have not revealed any private addresses.

Mark Howe's so-called mansion

The location of the demo to the Guardian

wtfProfessional players that visited Mark witnessed an unconvincing demonstration of his roulette computer. After they published their findings, Mark claimed they were inebriated and unable to understand the demonstration. After Mark was banned from the forum, one of the players said to the forum admin:

“If you recall Fishman, i did say that this Mark Howy character was completely insane and had no place in this forum, on the end all i could do is warn people about this man. 4 of us met him and we realized he lived in a make believe world, the outrageous lies which follow our visit just was confirmation of his mental condition. Maybe, just maybe your decision will help him to seek medical advice. He was 24/7 on this site and i must admit i will miss him as an entertainment, his non stop lying was really hilarious. He went over the top with the first thread where he invented all these characters, that was rightly deleted then there was that other crazy man Franky insulting everyone daring to question his master. All in all, you can meet some “strange” characters on the net and from what i know MH sure had a run on this site, in others he was quickly found out as a complete nutter and banned quickly. Despite of all the nasty things he said about me, I am not angry with the man as he is very sick and i could get into many more details about him but my last word to him will be R.I.P.” – Professional Gambler that visited Mark Howe personally

wtfMark impersonated government staff by sending me false emails and letters demanding I remove information about him. After I received a letter appearing to be from the the UK Gambling Commission, I contacted them to verify it was indeed from them. They could not confirm it was from them.

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Mark calls himself “Professor Mark Anthony Howe”. He also previously gave himself an ESQ title of nobility. Mark doesn’t appear to have the required qualifications for such titles. By his own admission to the above-mentioned professional gambler who visited him, Mark was a builder’s labourer.

wtfMark shows a video of him counting of cash he claims to have won in one night. This conflicts with his claims that he only sells his roulette computer devices because every casino has banned him. Also as explained on this page, casino staff who have access to casino databases have confirmed he is not on any ban lists at all.

wtfMark claims he has 100% feedback selling his computers through Ebay. This is false, and he has had negative feedback removed. For example, see below:

Ebay user removed after complaining

Ebay refund

It is also very easy to buy positive Ebay feedback (see Ebay Feedback Scams). Additionally, I was contacted by an Ebay user who claimed they were scammed by Mark Howe with a completely different product. The user also confirmed that Mark gives himself false positive feedback on Ebay. See the email below:

I recently purchased a CNC Milling Machine from Mark Anthony Howe. I was sold an item not as described and of inferior quality. When I contacted the seller I received unpleasant replies using scare tactics and Mark threatened to contact the police!Mark also created fake Ebay ID’s and posted on a cnc forum regarding my purchase! A site moderator then confirmed these accounts were from the same IP address and linked his email address to www.roulettecomputers.co.uk and Marks other online scams.I have also reported Mark Howe to trading standards and have considered contacting the police, although I fear my wellbeing and the wellbeing of my family may be at stake if I escalate this matter to a police investigation.
I also have confirmation and email verification of Marks multiple Ebay ID’s and him purchasing his ebay feedback from HIMSELF!His ebay accounts are:Just to underline that Mark Anthony Howe has something to hideHe has just changed his Ebay ID to:gagdetguruhttp://myworld.ebay.co.uk/gagdetguru/Previously:gadgetguru 21-Feb-10 Present
marklovesali 29-Nov-09 21-Feb-10
ali-heath-cook 05-Mar-09 29-Nov-09
http://contact.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBay…dHistory&requested=gagdetguruOther Ebay accounts he uses:roulettecomputers 21-Sep-09 Present
exceptionalcurves 14-Jan-09 21-Sep-09
nichetools 07-Oct-08 14-Jan-09
http://contact.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBay…y&requested=roulettecomputers

wtfMark very frequently posts on forums under fake names to give his own products fake positive reviews while discrediting his competitors. For such behavior, Mark has been banned from almost every major gambling forum. Most recently, he was banned from Gamblers Glen for impersonating several Japanese gamblers who claim to have purchased his competitor’s product and found it failed. The Japanese gamblers were a complete fabrication by Mark. The forum moderator determined that the multiple personalities were indeed Mark, and he was consequently banned from the Gamblers Glen forum. A screenshot of the announcement is below:

Forum announcement from  Admin

Forum announcement from Admin

wtfAfter Mark was banned from Gamblersglen.com, he created a forum of his own that is closed to public registration. This means only he can post on it. Some of the material he published includes:
i. False Product Endorsement from Government Laboratory: Mark falsely claimed the National Weights and Measures Lab (UK Government Lab) tested and endorsed his roulette computer. When he published this claim, the lab clearly stated the claim was false, and reported the matter to the UK Office of Fair Trading. Mark then deleted the post with his claim, although a screenshot is below.

False claims about lab testing

False claims about lab testing

ii. Fake positive reviews of his products: A roulette researcher named Ion Salui appeared to have posted on Mark’s forum claiming Mark’s roulette computer is effective as he claims. Previously, the real Ion claimed Mark’s computer is a scam. The “fake” Ion’s post is shown below.

Impersonating others

Impersonating others

The real Ion read the post, and clearly stated he never posted it. To explain this, Mark claims the post was merely made from someone with the same name of “Ion Saliu”. However, in the original post, you can see Mark’s IP address “80.229.165.34” at the top, and the false IP address of “146.44.34.221” he posted in the actual message itself. Mark did not appear to realize the real IP of the poster was being published. Also see the real Ion Salui’s comments about this below.

The real Ion exposes Mark's deception

The real Ion addresses the impersonation

There are too many others to mention, although download a few of the fake reviews from his own private forum. When confronted, Mark first claimed the deceptive posts were probably posted by his competitors to discredit him, although only he was able to post at the forum because of the forum’s settings. See the below post of his making this claim.

Mark confronted with proof of impersonations

Mark confronted with proof of imperrsonations

Mark eventually also contradicted himself again by claiming he didn’t know the post wasn’t really from Ion. This is despite the post indicating Ion had tested Mark’s computer, and the real Ion making it very clear he in fact had never even seen Mark’s computer, as Mark would no doubt have known.

wtfMark has impersonated famous people: Mark impersonated a famous roulette computer developer named Thomas Bass. He pretended to be Thomas asking Mark to participate in a movie about a roulette computer team. Thomas clearly stated that he did not make the post. You can contact Thomas Bass yourself to confirm. Mark eventually claimed that he employed staff who published and false reviews and impersonated others against his will.

wtfFour professional gamblers visited Mark for a demonstration of his roulette computers. See part of the conversation between Mark and one of the visitors and the post below:

Comments from people that visited Mark

Comments from people that visited Mark

To explain the negative claims, Mark claims that the visitors were intoxicated with alcohol and didn’t understand the demonstration. After Mark was banned from the Gamblers Glen forum for impersonating clients of his competitors, one of the visitors stated to the forum moderator:

“If you recall Fishman, i did say that this Mark Howy character was completely insane and had no place in this forum, on the end all i could do is warn people about this man. 4 of us met him and we realized he lived in a make believe world, the outrageous lies which follow our visit just was confirmation of his mental condition. Maybe, just maybe your decision will help him to seek medical advice. He was 24/7 on this site and i must admit i will miss him as an entertainment, his non stop lying was really hilarious. He went over the top with the first thread where he invented all these characters, that was rightly deleted then there was that other crazy man Franky insulting everyone daring to question his master. All in all, you can meet some “strange” characters on the net and from what i know MH sure had a run on this site, in others he was quickly found out as a complete nutter and banned quickly. Despite of all the nasty things he said about me,i am not angry with the man as he is very sick and i could get into many more details about him but my last word to him will be R.I.P.”

wtfMark is very well known to post under many fake names and has been banned from many forums for doing this. Some of his fake names appear to be Strip Crusher, Mr X, Franki, King Dom, Biomorphic, Neutral Observer, Money to Burn, Ricky, Mathewg, The Wiz Kid, Alison Gianquitto, Cristov, vladimir, Aleks1, milestone, rodneybrown, paxobird, and House Edge. Even once he attempted to impersonate another member (“Docker”) by replacing “O” with “0” (zero) in the chat ID. The real Docker considered Mark to be a fraud and published negative information about him.

wtfMark claims to sell his computers because he has won over £4,000,000 and has been banned from casinos. However, casino staff members, who access casino databases, have stated he is not on any known ban lists.

wtfMark has claimed many times that roulette computers such as his are the only effective method to beat roulette. However, Mark has previously promoted “systems” (non-electronic methods) to beat roulette for some time. See one of Mark’s advertisements where he is promoting a system for £500,000:

Trails of his old scams

Trails of his old scams

wtfProbably Mark’s biggest claim is that he was visited by the Guardian newspaper who apparently witnessed a successful demonstration of his roulette computer on a level wheel. But from the article, the demo was clearly conducted on a “tilted wheel”, because the reporter says that Mark claims his computer will “also” beat level wheels. Nobody doubts Mark’s computer beats a “titled” wheel where the ball constantly hits the same diamond (metal deflector), then falls with predictable bounce. A computer is not needed to beat such wheels. But no demo was done on a level wheel, and it was not conducted at a “mansion” as Mark claims.

wtfMark recently resided at a house in Sheffield, UK. He published this address himself on his earlier website, and claimed he lived at a “mansion”. An upset purchaser of his explained that the property is clearly not a “mansion”, as Mark claims, which can be seen on Google maps. Mark responded “He fails to mention that this property is worth £250,000 approximately and was purchased outright with cash or the Silver Ferrari on the drive in the picture.” But the land title from www.landregisteronline.gov.uk indicates the house was purchased for £110,000 by his ex-girlfriend (name withheld to protect her privacy), and the purchase was funded by a loan from “Norton Financial Services”, not cash as Mark claims. In light of Mark’s notorious dishonesty, I find it difficult to believe it is a Silver Ferrari in the Google satellite photo.

wtfMark has published false endorsements of his product from the UK Gaming Commission. Specifically he stated “Roulette computer sellers have been investigated and only two was mentioned in a report by the gaming board that actually worked. Both from two English gentlemen, one of them me!” – the Gaming Commission’s compliance department investigated Mark for this claim. The Licensing Administrator of the UK Gaming Commission stated:

“Mark Howe has been brought to the attention of the Gambling Commission on a previous occasion and we would advise you not to purchase this product. The commission has received previous complaints regarding this individual and these have been passed to the Office of Fair Trading.” – Thomas Allmark, Licensing Administrator, UK Gaming Commission, Ph: 0121 230 6666

wtfMark has made threats of violence against myself and other individuals who address his deception. There are active police cases against Mark from numerous individuals. If you wish to report him for similar behaviour, contact me and I’ll give you the case file numbers.

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On the MoneyMakerGroup forum, Mark pretended to be “Forester” who is his competitor who also develops roulette computers. In the below sample, he responds to another member’s post. Mark’s comment is the bottom part. Note how he said “Howe with his team at the Ritz casino”. The issue is Mark had nothing to do with the roulette players who won millions in the Ritz casino.

More false claims using fake names

More false claims using fake names

This forum member’s profile (Forester) is below, where you can see how he claims to make illegal satellite cards. Mark Howe is the only person who ever claimed the real Forester did this because he wanted people to believe Forester’s computers don’t work, and had to break the law making illegal satellite tv cards to make a living. And when you consider this forum member’s (fake “forester”) other posts are all aimed at discrediting his competition and promoting Mark, it is a reasonable assumption that it is again Mark posting under fake names and pretending to be other people. He has been doing this for over a decade, and has been banned from every major gambling forum for it.

Fake profile

Mark’s impersonation of a competitor

My intentions for publishing this information are not malicious. Initially I purchased Mark’s computer myself and found it was a scam. But I did not make a big issue of it. Other than briefly stating it did not perform as advertised, I did not mention his product. Numerous others made the same claims before me. But when Mr Howe discovered I sold competing roulette computers, he began publishing blatantly false information about me. I ignored him for about 6 months before warning him I would publish defensive material to address his manipulation, including information here that supports my belief he is a compulsive liar. Unfortunately this information, although verifiable and accurate, has made me the victim of his harassment and threats of violence which are now a police matter.

If you believe you are a victim of Mark’s deception, report him to the authorities as many of us have. At this stage we have been told more complaints are needed before it is made a federal case involving criminal charges.

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2 Comments

  1. I have this clowns computer and it is completely useless. Theres no question he is scamming people. He was rude and arrogant when I needed help and I dont believe for a second that he won anything himself from his computers. I did read these reviews but tried anyway. It was a conscious risk that didnt pay off this time. I have no problem believing everything on this page is true. Hes a lying scumbag

    • Yes and I got tired of exposing his endless list of new lies. If anyone reads just a sample and they still proceed to buy from him, they should expect to never recover their money. Give the truth about this man, I’m not sure how anyone can make a conscious risk. It’s like betting on every number on the roulette table where you know you’ll get something, but the end result is you still lose.

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