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Roulette The SCAMMER Steven Hourmouzis.....do NOT purchase a thing from him!

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by mr j, Oct 23, 2016.

  1. mr j

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    There is plenty more, over 160 pages, but anyone wanting a refund can file a complaint to VCAT regarding theft by Steven Hourmouzis of your money. There is a class case going against him, so if you wish to join in fighting this internet criminal and have become a victim of this scam, please do not hesitate to contact Mark Howe who will assist you in getting your money back through his website http://predictroulette.com

    The main CRIMINAL Culprit is “ Steven Hourmouzis” in Australia who operates numerous forums and sells under different names who claims he is a legitimate business. Here is his Own History to date. .

    1) Imprisoned for Scamming and Fraud and using the internet for perpetrating his scam 1999 Read more

    2) Forced by US to refund one Victim $8000 who allowed us to show proof ” PUBLICLY” of the purchase and and what he found wrong with Hourmouzis Roulette Computer and his paper system over an 8 month period after we revealed how Hourmouzis scammed Tony from France. See what the customer found here .

    3) 2013 JULY Recently been investigated and reported to the FBI, one Smart guy went above the Police and the Governing ACCC that regulates businesses to FILE A FEDERAL CASE against Hourmouzis and successfully Sued him in an AUSTRALIAN COURT OF LAW for THEFT. The Courts found Hourmouzis business addresses to be all Bogus. When the courts investigating Officers look into it further it was found that Hourmouzis claims to be Destitute of no Fixed address which is partially true. But his accounts were found to have nearly $50,0000 in Australian Dollars, most of the money coming form his online roulette scams. The address he is currently at is rented and he owns no properties like he claims. The rented property is shared by Kylie Tjepkema and she also became liable for half of the theft from the victim and is involved in the online theft of peoples money. Anyone wanting to join in a joint ” CLASS ” Claim against Hourmouzis simply have to just send me their name and address and proof of purchase. It will not cost you anything at all and you will be entitled to a full refund. The Police and ACCC are now looking into his business affairs and Criminal Activities.

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    4) SCAM WATCH Current outstanding claim against his website for nearly $3000 damages Read More



     
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    Australian Man Jailed Over Stock Spam Incident
    30 October 2000
    CANBERRA, Australia -- An Australian man has been given a two-year sentence after pleading guilty in the County Court to charges related to the sending of mass commercial e-mail, or spam, and bulletin board postings to millions of Internet users.

    Steven George Hourmouzis of Donvale, Victoria, has already had his computer removed and now faces three months in prison after having 21 months of his two-year sentence suspended.

    The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) also recently obtained a judgment against Hourmouzis and his co-accused and will wrestle back US$15,000 in "ill-gotten profits" from manipulated stock movements on the Nasdaq exchange.

    In what is being hailed as one of the first criminal prosecutions of its kind, two Australian men were charged with criminal offenses in both Australia and the US in May.

    The case was brought by the Australian financial watchdog, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

    The landmark investigation by ASIC and the SEC was sparked by spam and Web message board postings in May of last year containing information about the stock of a US company called Rentech Inc.

    The two men were charged with sending the messages urging investors to buy Rentech stock.

    Rentech, traded on the Nasdaq market between 1991 and August 1999, develops technology processes that convert gaseous and solid compounds containing carbon into liquid hydrocarbon.

    The spam, Raging Bull and Yahoo message board postings claimed the company's stock was about to jump to $3 or more from around 33 cents, when patents were released. Other promises about the company's shares were made, prompting recipients to buy the stock.

    ASIC said that more than 4 million e-mail messages were sent out. The next trading day, Rentech's stock doubled "on trading volume that was more than 10 times the previous month's average trading volume."

    The watchdog alleged that the spam messages and Web board postings contained information that was false and misleading and was intended to induce investors to purchase Rentech stock.

    Hourmouzis had bought 65,000 Rentech shares through a stock brokerage in Canada a few days before the spam e-mail was sent out and the Web board messages were posted. He then sold the shares on the first trading day after the spamming, raking in a profit of approximately A$17,000 (US$8,891).

    Hourmouzis pleaded guilty to the charges related to misleading stock information. He also pleaded guilty to the "interference with, interruption of or obstruction of the lawful use of file server computers" operated by a range of Australian companies that received the spam "by means of a telephone facility operated by Telstra" - the national telecommunications carrier.

    The Judge earlier ordered his computer removed and Hourmouzis will now spend three months in jail because of the stock trading spam.
     
  4. Junket King

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    :D Ha Heavy shit, fancy writing to Kim Beazely. The Aussi Government wouldn't have appreciated their name being dragged through the mud when it comes to the US, they would also have had to acknowledged the correspondence.
     
  5. TurboGenius

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  6. RouletteGhost

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    Go packers.
     
  7. mr j

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    Wayne John Loughnan, of Noosa Heads in Queensland, was today sentenced to two years jail, wholly suspended, after pleading guilty to three charges brought by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

    The charges were prosecuted by the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).

    Two of the charges related to Mr Loughnan making false or misleading statements that were likely to induce the purchase of securities of US company Rentech Inc, via spam email and through placing email messages on Internet Bulletin boards operated by Raging Bull Inc. and Yahoo Inc. Rentech was at the time listed on NASDAQ and the spam e-mails and postings were transmitted in May 1999.

    The third charge related to Mr Loughnan's interference with, interruption of or obstruction of the lawful use of computers operated by ten unrelated third parties.

    After sentencing Mr Loughnan to two years jail, wholly suspended, the Court ordered his immediate release upon him entering into a recognizance of $5,000 to be of good behaviour for three years.

    Mr Hourmouzis, the co-accused, who was sentenced to two years imprisonment last year, 21 months suspended, was also in Court today. The Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions brought him before the Court for failing to pay for the pecuniary penalty order. The order was obtained by the Commonwealth DPP in order to forfeit his profits arising from the transmission of the Rentech spam e-mails. The matter was adjourned to a day to be fixed.

    The Court also heard that the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) had instituted its own proceedings against Mr Loughnan and Mr Hourmouzis and had obtained judgement against them that they disgorge their profits.

    Mr Loughnan has given a cheque for US$3,696.70 (AUS$7,000) to the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions for payment to the SEC. This cheque represents his profit derived from providing services to Mr Hourmouzis.

    Further information is provided in the background which follows.

    Background
    On 8 and 9 May 1999, messages relating to the stock of Rentech were posted on internet bulletin boards in the United States including bulletin boards operated by Yahoo! and Raging Bull.

    The messages contained a statement that the price of Rentech stock would increase to US$3.00 or more, from the then price of around US$0.33, once pending patents were released by the company.

    On or around 8 and 9 May 1999, up to four million spam emails were received by addressees in the United States, Australia and in other parts of the world.

    The contents of the spam e-mail similarly asserted that the price of Rentech stock would increase by up to nine hundred percent (900%) in the next few months. The messages also made a number of other representations about Rentech stock.

    ASIC alleged that the spam messages and bulletin board postings contained information that was false and misleading and was intended to induce investors to purchase Rentech stock.

    The first NASDAQ trading day after the transmission of the spam e-mails and the web board postings, the price of Rentech stock doubled and the trading volume was more than 10 times the previous months average trading volume.

    ASIC alleged that the inducement for purchase of the securities of Rentech occurred both through the transmission of the spam e-mail messages and by the posting of the messages on the Internet websites.

    ASIC alleged that Mr Loughnan assisted Mr Steven Hourmouzis, the co-accused, in sending out approximately 4 million spam e-mails by:

    1. obtaining and providing up to 6 million email addresses to him at his request;
    2. identifying third party mail servers for use by him also at his request; and
    3. registering an email address called '[email protected]' to enable Mr Loughnan to post bulletin messages on the Yahoo bulletin board, and that the same e-mail address was used by Mr Hourmouzis as a false sender and recipient e-mail addresses for a large number of the spam e-mails.
    The Court was told that Mr Loughnan was responsible for posting messages on the Yahoo! and Raging Bull websites and identifying relay servers and sites to enable Mr Hourmouzis to transmit the spam e-mails. The Court was also told that Mr Loughnan met Mr Hourmouzis through the internet and had never met with each other face to face before. The Court was told that Mr Loughnan had spent more than 2,500 hours on computer assisting Mr Hourmouzis.

    On 5 May 1999, Mr Hourmouzis purchased 65,500 shares in Rentech through brokers Wolverton Securities in Canada before he transmitted the spam e-mails and arranged for the posting of the bulletin board messages. Mr Hourmouzis sold the shares on the first trading day after the transmission of the spam e-mails and the bulletin board postings and realised a profit of approximately $17,000. Mr Loughnan received $7,000 from Mr Hourmouzis on the 14 May 1999 as payment for his services.
     
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    "Steve, I have banned him. I dont want him posting here" >> (rofl), When I started down this road, I had no plans of posting anyways, fuck do I care? Moderate me for arguing with RG in the NON-moderated section? Over my dead body. This shit is on now bitch. iHeartRoulette?....rookie!

    As bad as I want RG to die in a car crash, he never deserved the same punishment, he did nothing wrong. The GUILTY party was (still is), putting people on moderation for talking shit in the NON-moderated section. Makes a ton of sense. Steve's internet friends of the day, ALL DEPEND on which way the wind is blowing.

    Whatever benefits Steve, you might be his buddy, you may not. Depends on if he needs you. Once a punk, always a punk.

    Ken
     
  9. RouletteGhost

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    well then, mission accomplished

    haha

    a few days ago you told iheartroulette how bad of a person he was for doing what you have done here

    you said it ruins the forum and you would just respond with go packers

    now you are doing the same thing

    who is the punk?

    you sound like a desperate fool

    MrJ I feel sorry for you now.....Caleb to....you guys have to create new names/shills to get points across because NOONE is on your bandwagons

    as far as I am concerned you guys are both desperate fools.....

    Caleb is so desperate to get AP followers that he has repeated his behavior for over a decade, how sad is that!? Creating different user names on various forums....very sad.

    My input: would not be surprised if you were 2 gambling junkies...nothing more.
     
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    embarrassing....is the correct word. Painful to watch
     
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    Care to explain that ? I'm just curious.
    Other than people to track wheels (which I'm sure helps but can't be that reliable either) why would a bias wheel person want followers ? I would prefer no one knows what I do and surely wouldn't go to the casino with a "club of my followers" to hang around and add risk to what I'm doing. Odd
     
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    I never want Ken on my bad side lol :)
     
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    I never want Ken....period.
     
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    and God created the ignore button - and it was good.....
    Just use that then if a person is such a problem for you.
     
  15. RouletteGhost

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    ask him

    he is the one sourcing for players in various cities

    he has been jehovas witness spreading his AP message for years now....won't leave well enough alone

    unless he has the time to waste? people will play as they wish
     
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    it isn't that bad

    it was bad when he was a moderator cause he modified posts for his favor

    i dont understand how he was a mod
     
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    [Sydney, AUSTRALIA] A man has been sentenced to two years' imprisonment after pleading guilty to charges of posting misleading investment information to discussion boards and mass "spam" emails.

    STEVEN HOURMOUZIS of Donvale, Victoria was charged by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) relating to e-mails and postings transmitted in May 1999 regarding a U.S. company named Rentech Inc. Rentech was at the time listed on Nasdaq, with stock selling for US $0.33. After Hourmouzis' e-mails claiming the stock would rise to US $3 or more and postings on Web boards operated by Yahoo! and Raging Bull, the price of Rentech stock doubled on a trading volume that was more than 10 times the previous months average trading volume.

    ASIC alleged that more than four million of the spam e-mail messages were sent to addressees in the United States, Australia and other parts of the world. Hourmouzis had purchased 65,000 shares in Rentech through a stock broking firm in Canada several days before he transmitted the spam e-mails and arranged for the posting of the Web board messages. He sold his shares on the first trading day after the transmissions, making a profit of US $17,000.

    The United States Securities and Exchange Commission has instituted its own proceedings against the man and has obtained judgement against Hourmouzis that he and his co-accused "disgorge their ill-gotten profits" to the tune of US $15,000.



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    The official charges levelled at Hourmouzis were interference with, interruption of or obstruction of the lawful use of file server computers operated by SAAB Automobile Australia, Australian Business Access, Apache Global IT, Brisbane Internet Group, Viper Productions, OE & DR Pope, Tour Hosts, Department of Health and Human Services of Tasmania, The Lost Dogs' Home and Mondial Net by means of a telephone facility operated by Telstra; and "making a statement or disseminating information that was false or misleading and likely to induce the purchase of securities of Rentech by way of transmission of electronic mail messages containing information relating to Rentech when he knew or ought to have known that the information was misleading."
     
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    his mod for years

    buddy biddy for years

    so you have felt this way the entire time?
     
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    oops, I could not edit after five minutes. My bad >>

    Hi there
    Purchased a roulette system that advertised a 200% refund if it did not work, it never did, there is other people also scammed and a video showing how the guy scams you at http://stevenhourmouzis.com with other unhappy customers by a genuine seller of such equipment. The guy stopped giving support and said I was stupid, but said even a child could use the system. There are many victims, he has been imprisoned before for internet fraud but the Police do not wish to know. He lives at 2 Warrior Court, Lillydale, Melbourne Australia, his name is Steven Hourmouzis. He has many fake sites promoting his scam. The guy needs to be stopped!
    Please Help
    My name Stevan Martin
     

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