Arcooda values its customers and their concerns about being cheated out of coin-operated machine income. This is why we have created an anti-cheater device.
Arcooda’s Anti-Cheater Alarm system has been designed to stop and deter thieves armed with EMP Jammers or Slot Jammers from robbing coin-operated gaming machines.
“We receive regular calls to our office from customers who believe they are being cheated,” Arcooda CEO Steve Josifovski said.
“Many times, the machine has simply just overpaid.
“But other times, income is missing from the cashbox resulting in staff mistrust.
“With the Arcooda Anti-Cheater Alarm, you eliminate customers using cheater products to receive free credits.
“Since the alarm will sound immediately once the cheater is detected, they will see your venue too difficult to cheat and will move to the next venue.”
We unveiled the Anti-Cheater Alarm in our first video Checkpoint, but have also put together a second video showing you just how easy it is to use.
Cheating devices are increasingly being used by thieves to steal from coin-operated machines.
These devices send an electronic signal to the pay in module, which is detected as a payment by the machine.
This gives the cheater free credit on the machine.
When a machine has the Arcooda Anti-Cheater Alarm installed, and it detects an electric signal being sent from the cheater device, a loud alarm is triggered.
This will alert staff of the cheater’s presence.
The alarm may be mounted on the interior or exterior of the machine.
An internal counter keeps track of the number of times a cheater device has been detected – so if a machine is rented to a venue, you can keep track of attempted thefts.