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Question: Should ChainProfit.com be moved to Gambling section ?
Yes - 15 (53.6%)
No - 13 (46.4%)
Total Voters: 28

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July 26, 2015, 11:06:49 AM
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Even after so many people voicing their opinion, there is no word from the forum admins/mod. Undecided
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July 26, 2015, 11:18:06 AM
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You should just report the thread and see how the mods react to it. Although IMO it is a ponzi, dont know why there are so many newbies, Jr. members and even a few member+ are supporting this site. *facepalm* welcome to the idiotic world of bcttalk where even the old members get fooled by any stupid site that comes along.
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July 26, 2015, 02:44:47 PM
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Polls are not reliable, and not the way to sway admins.
Anyone can vote in polls. I could make 40 new accounts right now and vote anything on the poll.

On to the main point, maybe this is not a ponzi. Maybe this is a legitimate game that will outlive both JD and PD.
But, it is still an investor based game.
Can you disagree with that? Can you claim that whether a player wins or loses is independant of other users joining?
By being placed in the Investor-based games subforum, you aren't being called a scam.
Unfortunately though, your game is rather similar to ponzis. It isn't going to get out of the Investor-based games subforum and it wouldn't make sense if it did.
Stay legit, and people might still use it anyways.

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July 28, 2015, 11:34:44 AM
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You should just report the thread and see how the mods react to it. Although IMO it is a ponzi, dont know why there are so many newbies, Jr. members and even a few member+ are supporting this site. *facepalm* welcome to the idiotic world of bcttalk where even the old members get fooled by any stupid site that comes along.
Do not expect any better response from DaScamDice mod. Cheesy
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July 28, 2015, 02:28:31 PM
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There is no reason for do not move it there. It is just ponzi, nothing different, so that question is pointless I think.

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July 29, 2015, 05:43:17 PM
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Polls are not reliable, and not the way to sway admins.
Anyone can vote in polls. I could make 40 new accounts right now and vote anything on the poll.

On to the main point, maybe this is not a ponzi. Maybe this is a legitimate game that will outlive both JD and PD.
But, it is still an investor based game.
Can you disagree with that? Can you claim that whether a player wins or loses is independant of other users joining?
By being placed in the Investor-based games subforum, you aren't being called a scam.
Unfortunately though, your game is rather similar to ponzis. It isn't going to get out of the Investor-based games subforum and it wouldn't make sense if it did.
Stay legit, and people might still use it anyways.

According to your logic, any dice game, that accepts investment in the bankroll, should also be moved to Investor-based games subforum.
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