Rolling Luck App Review: Please Avoid This

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NOTE:  It appears the app is no longer active.  I will leave this up for archive purposes.

The Rolling Luck app is said to be a “risk free slots game” where you can win real money.  There are no in app purchases and you can still win without any investment.

If you’re looking for a new slot game or an app where you can win money, you may come across this name.  And, of course, you’re wondering if it’s legit.

In today’s review, I wanted to talk about the Rolling Luck app.

Is it worth your time?  Is it legit?  Are you just wasting your time?

As in all of my reviews, I’m always 100% honest, only recommending what I feel is worth your time.

Getting Started

The minute you download the app, you can immediately start playing and you don’t need an account to start playing.  However, if you do get to the cash out portion, you will have to enter your payment details.  I will get into that later.

Anyways, after you download the app, this is what you will be directed to:

As you can see, this is the slot portion of the game, where you will just spin the slots as you would at a casino.  The only difference, however, is that you don’t have to use cash to spin.  Just click the spin button. As long as you have enough spins, you can continue to earn coins, cash, etc.  If you run out of spins, you will have to watch a ton of ads to keep spinning.  Frankly, this gets rather annoying.

As you spin, you will receive both gold coins as well as cash, in which you can cash out later on.  Now, I have seen apps that work like this, and the problem with these apps is that they make it feel like you’re going to make a ton of money.  This is the way they get you lured in.  They want to make it feel as if you’re going to make some money, so you’re going to stick around for the cash out, when in reality, it will never come!

To cash out, you will either need $100 in cash or you will need at least 200,000 tokens to earn $0.50 in PayPal cash.

The Big Scam

Now, it’s going to seem great at first.

You can spin and you will soon find yourself with a hefty balance.  And, chances are you will want that $100, which is what is required to cash out for a PayPal payment.  The problem, however, is that once you get close to about $95~, you will see a sudden slowdown where you won’t earn money at all.  Your balance will stay stagnant, but they will just hope you stay on board so that you will continue to watch ads.

The same can be said about the tokens.

It seems like you can reach the balances, but once you go to cash out, there are always problems.

Look at that.  More than 1,000+ people found that review helpful.  That goes to show you something.

As you play the games, you will have to watch a ton of ads, and this is how they are going to make money.  The more ads you watch, the more money they make, so of course, they want you to stick around and make it think like you’re going to make a hefty payout.  It just isn’t going to happen.

The problem with these apps is that there are so many of them and they will take advantage of so many unsuspecting people.  You will waste hours of your time to earn nothing, all while the app makes a ton of cash.

Simply put, you’re only making money.

The Reviews

If you look at most of the Google Play reviews, most of them are complaints, even though it has a “4.6” rating.  If you were to read the top reviews, you would think it would have a one.  I mean, look at these:

Almost all shared the same tone.

Looking at more than 50+ reviews, here’s what I found for a pro/cons list…

The Pros:

  • free to play
  • time killer
  • gameplay seems okay if no ads

The Cons:

  • TONS of ads
  • impossible to reach $100 payout
  • no customer support
  • few game options
  • long spin times to recharge
  • glitches
  • forced ads
  • unfulfilled payouts

Final Thoughts

0/10In the end, the Rolling App is not worth your time.

You’re just going to watch a lot of ads and become very frustrated trying to spin the slots.  It’s not fun at all nor will you make money.  So, if you’re downloading this app with the intention of making money, it just won’t happen.  Use this as a warning.

That’s going to do it for now.

If you want to comment on your experience, feel free to sound off below.

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Tom Nathaniel

Hi! My name is Tom Nathaniel, and I created LushDollar to help share my honest thoughts on everything money. You won't find gimmicks here. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I graduated from Arizona State University, and I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.

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