Moola Booster "Search and Win" Rigged or not Rigged?

@JBTECH (26)
United States
March 6, 2007 10:17am CST
Has anyone that has a moola.com account have ever hit the major moola on the booster, "Search and win" of $9,000 yet? I have yet. Other people also say that this booster is rigged so no one can hit the $9,000. It say that you can also win $36,000 daliy. That means that everyone has four spin chances at the "Search and Win" booster. Some people only get one, two, three, and if your lucky on a specific day. You will get all four chances. I smell a rigged game. Tell me what you think. Has anyone be able to hit anything besides a penny or 25 cents?
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@jmcafam (2891)
• United States
6 Mar 07
With search and win the most I have gotten was .50 on one spin. I used to get two spins a day and now I only get one. Now a days I only seem to get .10 or lower when I do the spin. I guess I can not really complain cause it is free money.
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• Canada
3 Nov 08
I gotten anything from 1 cent - $25 on the wheel. Only 1 person has ever gotten the $9000.
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• Spain
12 Jun 10
I don't get any spins at all anymore, does anyone know why that is?
@Denmarkguy (1845)
• United States
14 Apr 07
According to those "in the know," the boster wheel is "rigged" about the same way a casino slot machine is "rigged" to only dispense the jackpot once in a great while. Your prize for any given spin is already determined by the time you get to the page with the booster wheel; the wheel is just a graphic for your entertainment. Obviously, moola couldn't stay in business if they were giving away $9000 every day. The $36,000 just refers to the idea that IN THEORY you could get four spins a day and all four could be $9,000. The chances of that actually HAPPENING is aboit 1-in-a few trillion. In my experience, the wheel fairly randomly pays out 1c, 2c, 5c and 10c-- anything beyond that is a "premium" prize, and happens less often. The most I have ever gotten on a spin is $1.00. Several people have reported winning $100.00-- but that's pretty rare. But what the hey... it's basically "free money," since the site doesn't ask for payment.
• United States
14 Apr 07
I think that the prize schedule is preset on the website, as to how many people will win what amounts. The spinning wheel is not actually representative of your chance of hittng a particular amount. So, it is kind of rigged, I guess. I hit 50 cents a couple times and usually get 5, 10, or 25 cents on a spin. I only log into the search in the mornings, so I only get one spin a day. I think the more you use the search and win, the more chances you get to spin (up to 4) a day.
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• United States
14 Apr 07
The most I've gotten so far was .50, but I hit .50 twice once in the same day. I thought that was a miracle!
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@speedy1279 (2667)
• United States
2 Apr 07
I think it is rigged. The most I have gotten in one spin is 25 cents and I only get one spin a day it seems.
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• United States
31 Mar 07
I have only been able to get up to 5 cents on one spin. :(
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• United States
3 Jul 10
moola is a scam site.. i suggest you stay away from that site. they ask you for your social security number and stuff and it is for sure a scam site.