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January 04, 2017, 07:31:49 PM
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Your last post clearly confirms what I already assumed: Your sole intent is to attack and bad mouth Game Protect! Unfortunately, you failed!

If you don't see any problem with your behaviour as a service business then...
The problem you see is 1) My service is ONLY about trust + 2) "Bad references" = 3) No one can trust me

The reality is 1) My service is not ONLY about trust + 2) I have no "bad references" = 3) A lot of people already trust me


Well let's just say we have a VERY DIFFERENT view on the behaviour that a company should have towards its potential customers. And there is a difference between licking asses and answering as you do, happily enough there is a very large scale between the two  Grin
Correct. You are a fan of the betcoin.ag scam business behaviour and as Game Protect is exactly the opposite, we obviously have a VERY DIFFERENT view. No idea what your problem is?


I came here on a complete misunderstanding as I confused sent and received feedbacks! But it was not meant to go... so far
If the feedback system is so confusing, you should not put so much weight on it, should you? Cheesy


Anyway I never accused you of anything so I don't see what I could have LIED about (yeah because you seem to just love bolding the word lie so here you go ^^).
Lie = intentionally state things which have nothing to do with the reality.

You say I will not get customers, even though I already have customers and frequently get new customers. In addition, Game Protect has so far almost 250 Game Protect account registrations.


All I said is that you run a service based ONLY on trust and that multiple trusted member gave a negative feedback on you and that you have 0 positive feedback on bitcointalk forum. That's all I said and that's not a lie, I didn't provide proof because anyone just has to click on the little "trust" just under your name to check if I'm lying ^^
1) Game Protect is not a service based ONLY on trust

2) Hide the operator sites like betcoin.ag = a service based ONLY on trust

3) xetsr is a liar and scammer

4) I have 0 possitive feedback on bitcointalk forum, because I never dealt with anyone

5) I never dealt with anyone here, confirms that no one can give me a negative feedback based on facts

6) Negative feedbacks based on beliefs are literally worthless!


You could have just explained yourself, maybe you have very good reasons. Maybe there is a logical explanation for those negative feedbacks.
I already explained everything:

- Game Protect called out the criminal promoters of the betcoin.ag scam and as a thank you they posted lies and nonsense about me that have nothing to do with the reality!

- TwitchySeal also called out the betcoin.ag scam and was thereafter attacked: [Beware] TwitchySeal: Abuses his Rep, replies to his own posts with alts, etc

- Lutpin also called out the betcoin.ag scam and was thereafter attacked: OgNasty: "@Lutpin: Really should kill himself."

- OgNasty hole story

Which part are you not able to understand?


But what I see is that you're extremely aggressive when answering to a user and I perfectly understand those statements other members gave on you:
"Acting as a pre-teen troll in general"
"It looks he is a mentally ill guy"
"Calls himself justice incarnate but he's just a troll"
I asked you to quote examples where I was extremely aggressive in your opinion, instead you quote personal opinions of others. Does this make any sense?

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January 06, 2017, 07:11:56 PM
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"Useless alt of an addicted gambler. Ignore him and his blackmail front masquerading as a service." DUDE! OgNasty Negated you Oo
There is a totally misunderstood on your behalf in regards to the feedback from OgNasty.

Personal messages to Game Protect from OgNasty:

1) Subject: Negative feedback, really?

I'm going to paint your other account red with negative feedback if you don't remove this.  Thought I'd give you the chance to do the right thing first.

2) Subject: Negative feedback response.

Here's the negative feedback I'll be returning to you tomorrow if you do not remove the unwarranted negative feedback immediately.  I will be more harsh to alt accounts I discover linked to this account, as well as alerting the scam patrol and moderator staff to do the same.  Please do the right thing and save us both the time and negative energy.

-> The negative feedback from OgNasty is towards TwitchySeal and not Game Protect, understood?


It like NEVER HAPPENS!
What never happened?


He's one of the most trusted member of the forum, escrowing thousands of dollars of btc and NEVER negates anyone! He has only 2 negative feedbacks sent and both are for your service xD
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[ ]  Negative - You were scammed or you strongly believe that this person is a scammer.
->  as I never scammed anyone, there is only a strongly believe left. So OgNasty informed us about his strong believe that my account is TwitchySeals's account. We have freedom of believe and everyone can state what he believes, but to say I am untrustworthy based on personal "believes" is absurd!

A church would be the more appropriate place to state believes, but if bitcointalk forum users prefer to state their believes in my feedback section, that is also fine for me. Cheesy 


If you don't see any problem with this...
Not at all! Stating lies and nonsense is a problem for those who state it and not for the receiver.


Then sorry but you're clearly not made for the forum ^^
Would I be made for the forum if I would state nonsense and lies?

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January 13, 2017, 01:52:05 PM
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As for your multiple attacks on the fact that I'm part of a signature campaign:
1/ Fortune Jack has no control whatsoever on what I'm posting. In fact they can't even control my signature I could continue to promote them even if they didn't pay me. So holding them responsible for my statements or my way of posting is... Nonsense. Unless they encourage garbage posting (like Yobit did long ago) but they don't.
2/ Yes I wear a signature and get paid for that. It's a common usage on the forum, but if you like neither this nor the trust system or the users of the forum, then maybe you shouldn't be here.
3/ "FortuneJack pays a 5 years old to lie and post nonsense in the name of FortuneJack, definetely speaks for the competence and trustworthy of FortuneJack!" The insults aside, no I don't post in the name of Fortune Jack. Hell no! What do you think? That because I have their signature I can't write what I want or what I think? First thing the whole forum is expecting from sig campaign members is to keep posting as they did before so that sig campaign don't change the nature of the forum.
When you wear the signature of a trademark and the operator pays you to wear this signature, then you represent this operator.

A legitimate company would never pay a 5 years old for posting lies and nonsense! There is a reason why well known trademarks select reputable representatives?

But as ForuneJack love to fake data, I am not surprised they engage people like you:

The FortuneJack faking stats "discussion" started here: "Are the wagered stats of 14+ million BTC on the homepage correct?", they denied having wrong stats a couple times, so I gave a bit more arguments in this post. Finally they acknowledged it was wrong and claimed it was because of some exchange rate bug and offered me a bug bounty in PM (probably to keep me quite - I refused.) I gave some more arguments on why the wrong stats couldn't be caused by an exchange rate bug. They basically just ignored it from there. Few days later they did lower their stats by 28 times but still basically ignored my arguments.[/quote}

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January 14, 2017, 04:12:33 AM
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Serious question.

How much funds have you actually recaptured for players from now defunct/busto poker or casino sites?

I'm guessing the answer to this question is:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2V3CfD8TPac


Most of your services is equivalent to that of a snake oil salesman.

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January 14, 2017, 06:59:13 AM
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Serious question.

How much funds have you actually recaptured for players from now defunct/busto poker or casino sites?

I'm guessing the answer to this question is:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2V3CfD8TPac

Most of your services is equivalent to that of a snake oil salesman.
I doubt that someone who promoted the betcoin.ag scam for 50 cents per post has the competence to assess the worth or value of a Poker, Sports Betting, Dice and Casino account consumer protection service. But as you are back on track, please explain why or how my protection is just an illusion?

I love these quotes about Game Protect from another forum he got run off from...makes me chuckle

He's an affiliate trying to drum up business by promising players reimbursement from companies that are broke. He's charging yearly fees or requiring players to sign on to his affiliated sites to receive his protection even though his protection is just an illusion.

I have never promoted Betcoin.AG so get your facts straight.

Like I said your protection is worthless. What are you going to do when a site goes belly up and screws the players with pending balances? You going to go shake down the owners?

Just answer my question honestly. Of any players that you have represented, if there are any, how much funds have you ever recaptured? How about Lock Poker? How much money have you recouped in that settlement?

This is why you rightly so have bad negative trust here. You will never be a trusted member of this forum with your sham service.

Carry on.


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January 14, 2017, 07:34:44 AM
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I have never promoted Betcoin.AG so get your facts straight.
My fault. I see that I gave you a negative feedback and 99% of the negative feedbacks I gave are towards promoter of the betcoin.ag scam.

In addition, over 90% of the attackers are promoters or ex-promoters or somehow related to the betcoin.ag scam. This is why I thought you are one of them.


Like I said your protection is worthless.
You mean because you say something, it is? You can say a lot when the day is long, but so far you did not deliver any proof of your claim? Did you?


What are you going to do when a site goes belly up and screws the players with pending balances? You going to go shake down the owners?
This is described on the Game Protect website. Prior to attacking Game Protect, it is highly recommended to read a little bit on the website.


Just answer my question honestly. Of any players that you have represented, if there are any, how much funds have you ever recaptured? How about Lock Poker? How much money have you recouped in that settlement?
Your question is honestly answered on Game Protect website.


This is why you rightly so have bad negative trust here.
So there is "good" negative trust and "bad" negative trust  Huh I have no negative trust here, so get your facts straight. I have negative feedback, but as this feedback has no relation with the reality, it is not anyhow related to my trustworthiness.

You will never be a trusted member of this forum with your sham service. Carry on.
While you are doubtless a professional clairvoyant, I can inform that the success of Game Protect do not anyhow rely on BitcoinTalk users. I doubt that anyone joined our pending cases thru BitcoinTalk. Btw, do you know the meaning of pending?

I still wait for your explanation why my protection is an illusion, if you do not mind? Or are you not able to explain?  

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January 18, 2017, 12:13:21 AM
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Here is a list of criminals who actually promote the publicly proven betcoin.ag scam for their own financial benefit:

- 2double0  - ahmedjadoon   - Amel   - Barbut   - Betwrong   - bitcoinmasterlord   - BitcoinPC   - bitwarrior   - blockman   - bryant.coleman

- Catmony   - cjmoles   - cazkooo   - Daniel91   - Denker   - Docnaster   - DrGuns4Hands   - dunfida   - Erza   - ETFbitcoin

- forzendiablo   - Hugroll   - icecube45   - iluvbitcoins    - jack1111   - JayJuanGee   - Jasad   - JasonXG   - J Gambler   - jhenfelipe

- Junko   - Karartma1   - KennyR   - kingcolex   - Kolder   - Kotone   - Lauren Smith   - lorylore   - lumeire   - machinek20

- Malsetid   - molsewid   - Noctis Connor   - Punggawa   - NorrisK   - npredtorch   - onnz423   - pereira4   - poptok1   - Prettygirl01315  

- raphma   - RichDaniel   - Roboabhishek   - romero121   - shintosai   - stadus   - STT   - sulendra12   - SyGambler   - TheGodFather  

- thejaytiesto   - The_prodigy   - tyz   - ufaiz50   - uki   - ultrloa   - Vaskiy   - virasisog   - wxa7115   - Xenophoto  

- Xiaoxiao

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January 18, 2017, 12:43:07 AM
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Here is a list of criminals who actually promote the publicly proven betcoin.ag scam for their own financial benefit:

- 2double0  - ahmedjadoon   - Amel   - Barbut   - Betwrong   - bitcoinmasterlord   - BitcoinPC   - bitwarrior   - blockman   - bryant.coleman

- Catmony   - cjmoles   - cazkooo   - Daniel91   - Denker   - Docnaster   - DrGuns4Hands   - dunfida   - Erza   - ETFbitcoin

- forzendiablo   - Hugroll   - icecube45   - iluvbitcoins    - jack1111   - JayJuanGee   - Jasad   - JasonXG   - J Gambler   - jhenfelipe

- Junko   - Karartma1   - KennyR   - kingcolex   - Kolder   - Kotone   - Lauren Smith   - lorylore   - lumeire   - machinek20

- Malsetid   - molsewid   - Noctis Connor   - Punggawa   - NorrisK   - npredtorch   - pereira4   - poptok1   - Prettygirl01315   - raphma

- Roboabhishek   - romero121   - shintosai   - stadus   - STT   - sulendra12   - SyGambler   - TheGodFather   - thejaytiesto   - The_prodigy

- tyz   - ufaiz50   - uki   - ultrloa   - Vaskiy   - virasisog   - wxa7115   - Xenophoto   - Xiaoxiao

I don't see how you are still here trying to rip people off!  I bet you think we're all stupid here, huh?  The only reason you're still around is because you're a part of the collusion group that's trying to quash the competition by recruiting shady people like you to do their dirty work ....Wonder why they're giving you the pass?  Huh?  Birds of a feather flock together?
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January 18, 2017, 03:47:37 PM
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I don't see how you are still here trying to rip people off!
You don't see why the betcoin.ag scam promoters are still here?

The answer is very simple: As long as betcoin.ag has enough bitcoins to pay criminals to promote them for 50 cents per post, there will be enough willing to do so.  


I bet you think we're all stupid here, huh?
Yes, if someone continue to promote a publicly proven scam, he likely think that the potential customers are all stupid. Otherwise, how could they think that the Bitcoin community will listen to the bs and nonsense they post?  


The only reason you're still around is because you're a part of the collusion group that's trying to quash the competition by recruiting shady people like you to do their dirty work....
Correct. The only reason why betcoin.ag is still around is because they are still able to recruit shady people like you to do their dirty work!

Without the army of shady promoters here on bitcointalk, the betcoin.ag scam would be already history! Cheesy


Wonder why they're giving you the pass?  Huh?  Birds of a feather flock together?
Please translate this to readable English?

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January 18, 2017, 03:55:29 PM
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What about pokerstars can you list that for accepting BTC?

Selling BTC with PAYPAL via Localbitcoins.com.
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January 19, 2017, 04:15:48 PM
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UPDATE January 14, 2017

IneedpaidFF on 2+2 with $152,000 owed joined our Full Flush Poker litigation to start the court case in Curacao! Smiley

The amount of proved claims reached now US $232,000

Mr Bijkerk will contact you all again beginning next week.

Thank you to all who believed in Game Protect and sent their claim. I want to see the court case lodged as soon as possible and am willing to collect the court fees. Claimants can of course also send their contribution directly to the law firm’s bank account. If the court will confirm the publicly valid laws in Curacao and therefore the liability of the parties involved, I will send your contribution + 50% back! If you sent $100, you will receive $150.

The collected amount will be frequently updated here and you can also check on blockchain.info:
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Bitcoin address: 1C8pmk7wejQRmSZPf8D2mArJLGhuC8Tps8

Amount required: $1,500

Collected to date:
The minimum amount to send is $50. Please add as reference your Game Protect account user name or email address, because if we will not reach the required amount, I will send the collected money back to the sender.

Please everyone continue to join our Full Flush Poker litigation and send any kind of proof of your claim (lower amounts owed also welcome) to contact(at)game-protect.com We have still the possibility to file criminal complaints and a large number of victims would be helpful. Thank you.

Since you have mentioned twoplustwo.com and now the need for at least $1,500 to begin litigation. Lets just quote some posts here from respected members and moderators at twoplustwo.

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IMPORTANT:
I've been in the online game for probably 10 years and am an attorney myself. This is the ONLY chance we have. There is no doubt in my mind that they are planning to steal all player funds (over $2,000,000).

We now have the leverage to make this a big case, as the firm stands to gain $50,000+ if they can collect (they get 30% but pay for all of the fees of the litigation). With player bankrolls combined I believe plaintiffs currently have about $200,000 in claims. Can we take these scumbags down? I've filed a complaint with the United States Department of Justice as well. They are going DOWN. I will take this case pro-bono if I have to in order to help the international firm.

https://game-protect.com/full-flush-litigation-offer/


Planning? They already did. The money is gone, *poof*. It has been a sham for a long time.

I am confused about something though. If you happen to sue for damages and win, how do you plan to go about collecting? If the US government cannot get a shred of access to a bank account that belongs to an American citizen in Malta, Seychelles, Hong Kong, etc... what good is the piece of paper with the lien do?

I you are aware that when scam artists take money, they do not typically put it in their own accounts. I know there are some really stupid ones that do, but these thieves at FF are very experienced. Are you under the impression that the money is in some easy to find account in their name? If so, then your claim will get your paid off. I'm not questioning you as a person, it just seems that people are trying to find a reason to believe they will get reimbursed regardless of how slim the odds are.

What is the false hope behind needing one large claimant? Twenty people with the same claim from different locations hold far more leverage than one person with a large one. If the US government could/would pursue a case against the FF people, then the RICO statute would be of far more interest than a couple of wealthy people losing a couple of bucks. Once you go to the government and show them how much money you made and are owed, how long until the IRS is looking for their take?

I put zero credence into that Game Protect site. I do business in several different countries. As a show of respect to the citizens in those countries, I have the common sense to have someone fluent in the native language translate the website so I come across as credible. Game Protect does not even have the wherewithal to search high and low for one of the few people that speak English to properly translate their website. GameProtect is registered through GoDaddy, uses the anonymous 'Domain by Proxy' access out of Scottsdale, Az. Their FB page doesn't exist anymore and they put out a total of 7 tweets of nonsense. BUT, they do want you to know they are going to help, just send them a donation, blah blah blah.....

The Full Flush money has been flushed. They went to dinner, traveled, bought nice clothes and jewelry, etc... If you cannot spoon feed a case of fraud to the feds, there is nothing going to happen. Law firms know a civil lien is worthless to banks in tax havens/non treaty locales, that is why there is no real case pending.

You want your money back, find the person/people and 'talk' to them face to face. If you owe me 100K and my attorney does not get it taken care of, do not consider the situation resolved.

I'd love to be wrong here and get the $1,100 from my account, but I can't see a single way that happens.
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Game-Protect - you mean the site that has had people oh-so-subtly shilling over here? First it was the Player Protection account, who was a terrible poster, and liked to post about Game-Protect like it wasn't his site when pretty clearly he owned or worked for the site, or had some kind of relationship. And then there was Albufeira, who was defending the site. I checked his IPs, and found him tied to a group of posters that includes Player Protection. I asked him about it a few hours after his last post (over a month ago):


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Albufeira,

What's your relationship to Player Protection?

Not all that surprisingly, he hasn't posted since. He continues to read the forums (last logged on last week), but has gone silent. He did, however, take the time to send this unsolcitied PM to one of our members a couple of weeks ago, out of the blue in response to his post in an entirely different thread about the need for a poker players' group:

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I am owed money by Full Flush Poker and would like to inform you that an alliance for poker players to fight for our interests as a community already exist:

https://game-protect.com
Spammers gunna spam. And as a result, banners gunna ban (that's me!).

As for "your lawyer" (if the offer is from "your lawyer", why wouldn't people deal directly with him rather than having to go though an affiliate?), there have been a couple of posts that call into question their claims about this being done on a contingency basis:

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That was gameprotect offer, but today I (and many others) receive a letter where we should pay 1500$ upfront to law firm.
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I was quite skeptical of Game-Protect and their law firm when I contacted them, and this e-mail from them yesterday only confirms that skepticism. I don't think this guy knows what a contingency fee basis is, nor what it entails. I would strongly advise against anyone sending this man and his firm $1500 up front to commence bankruptcy proceedings.

"The issue I have with the latter is that so far only a few players contacted me and the total sum involved at this time does not warrant our time, efforts and costs to work on a contingency fee basis." My gut feeling tells me this is not the case, due to the fact I know of several people (at least) with 5 figure balances who have contacted him and joined. So, at minimum (very minimalist guess) there is about $30,000-$50,000 in collective debts of players who have contacted him. Like I said, I'm sure there is more. For a man who claims that they will not simply advance $1500 in costs, then I find it hard to believe 30% of 30-50k is not worth it.

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Looks like I got a shoutout on the Game-protect website as a "brain washer."

"Even though Full Flush is not a Game Protect qualified case, we would pay the costs from the money received. We are also willing to spend our time. But unfortunately and at the same time unbelievable, we did not receive one cent until today! No one contributed (for him cost free) with signing at a gambling site thru our affiliate links. And no one was willing to send Euro 9 per month from his pocket."

Laughable. Sad that literally everything associated with Equity Poker Network is a scam.

-Boris
But of course you should know this, as those posts came after a post of yours encouraging people to pursue the offer. So my question is, what's your angle here? Are you just hoping people will ignore all the shady stuff and join so you might have a chance of this going forward, or do you also have some interest in this Game-Protect site?

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Planning? They already did. The money is gone, *poof*. It has been a sham for a long time.

I am confused about something though. If you happen to sue for damages and win, how do you plan to go about collecting? If the US government cannot get a shred of access to a bank account that belongs to an American citizen in Malta, Seychelles, Hong Kong, etc... what good is the piece of paper with the lien do?

I you are aware that when scam artists take money, they do not typically put it in their own accounts. I know there are some really stupid ones that do, but these thieves at FF are very experienced. Are you under the impression that the money is in some easy to find account in their name? If so, then your claim will get your paid off. I'm not questioning you as a person, it just seems that people are trying to find a reason to believe they will get reimbursed regardless of how slim the odds are.

What is the false hope behind needing one large claimant? Twenty people with the same claim from different locations hold far more leverage than one person with a large one. If the US government could/would pursue a case against the FF people, then the RICO statute would be of far more interest than a couple of wealthy people losing a couple of bucks. Once you go to the government and show them how much money you made and are owed, how long until the IRS is looking for their take?

I put zero credence into that Game Protect site. I do business in several different countries. As a show of respect to the citizens in those countries, I have the common sense to have someone fluent in the native language translate the website so I come across as credible. Game Protect does not even have the wherewithal to search high and low for one of the few people that speak English to properly translate their website. GameProtect is registered through GoDaddy, uses the anonymous 'Domain by Proxy' access out of Scottsdale, Az. Their FB page doesn't exist anymore and they put out a total of 7 tweets of nonsense. BUT, they do want you to know they are going to help, just send them a donation, blah blah blah.....

The Full Flush money has been flushed. They went to dinner, traveled, bought nice clothes and jewelry, etc... If you cannot spoon feed a case of fraud to the feds, there is nothing going to happen. Law firms know a civil lien is worthless to banks in tax havens/non treaty locales, that is why there is no real case pending.

You want your money back, find the person/people and 'talk' to them face to face. If you owe me 100K and my attorney does not get it taken care of, do not consider the situation resolved.

I'd love to be wrong here and get the $1,100 from my account, but I can't see a single way that happens.


Awesome post - really says it all about this supposed lawsuit. I'll just add/reiterate a couple of things:

To those few who make this sound like some kind of a "no brainer" for a lawyer to take on contingency - read a dewd's post above. For a lawyer to do all of this work for free in the hopes of payment with a settlement, he needs to think there is a very strong possibility of winning AND a strong possibility of getting the money when he wins. I think it's far from clear both of those conditions exist. Personally, I think it's highly unlikely they do.

As for Game-Protect, I don't think it's impossible that there is a legitimate lawyer willing to do this and they just need some court fees paid to get it going. I don't believe it's unheard of for lawyers to recover some expenses like this even on contingency claims. But if they are legit, they're really, really going about this in a dreadful fashion. Having to go through an affiliate, said affiliate being a terrible communicator, said affiliate using shill accounts here to promote the offer, somewhat vague fees coming to light once people sign up - it all makes it seem very shady, whether it is or not.

I'd be very, very careful about dealing with these guys - do your research!

All that said, best of luck to anyone that goes ahead with this. I'd be very happy if this turned out to be legit and was successful in recovering funds.
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January 19, 2017, 04:59:43 PM
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Feel free to explain why and how "a dewd" is a respected member and moderator at twoplustwo?


And you tried being a respected member at twoplustwo promoting your game protect scam by registering multiple accounts whose only purpose was shilling and spamming? LOL Take a good look in the mirror buddy.
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January 23, 2017, 07:16:37 PM
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These guys are still trying recruit people to paint betcoin.ag signature campaigners trust with red....
Which guys?


I don't understand why these guys are still around and their trust isn't being painted....
I am also very curious why the betcoin.ag promoters are still around and from what their salaries are paid? And why should someone be untrustworthy if he inform the Bitcoin community about promoters of a criminal operator? The criminal laws demand from me that I report criminal offenses.


...they're displaying very collusive behavior.
The betcoin.ag promoters are indeed displaying very collusive behaviour!


LOL, are the names of the betcoin.ag promoters a secret? Do they want secretly promote the betcoin.ag scam? Cheesy

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January 23, 2017, 09:32:43 PM
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These guys are still trying recruit people to paint betcoin.ag signature campaigners trust with red....
Which guys?


I don't understand why these guys are still around and their trust isn't being painted....
I am also very curious why the betcoin.ag promoters are still around and from what their salaries are paid? And why should someone be untrustworthy if he inform the Bitcoin community about promoters of a criminal operator? The criminal laws demand from me that I report criminal offenses.


...they're displaying very collusive behavior.
The betcoin.ag promoters are indeed displaying very collusive behaviour!


LOL, are the names of the betcoin.ag promoters a secret? Do they want secretly promote the betcoin.ag scam? Cheesy


You know who you are thief.....you know who's in your group....why ask me?  All you have to do is look at those who're following your instructions and supporting your project to figure out who's in your collusion group....It's not hard dumbass!  You are a thief and that is obvious!  I don't know why you are ignored by so many DT members....it is very telling!
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January 23, 2017, 10:42:30 PM
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Feel free to explain why and how "a dewd" is a respected member and moderator at twoplustwo?


And you tried being a respected member at twoplustwo promoting your game protect scam by registering multiple accounts whose only purpose was shilling and spamming? LOL Take a good look in the mirror buddy.

Yeah this should not be tolerated, spammers makes the day so disappointing for those who play straight. I don't like to hear this happens in gambling they are trying be anonymous in a wrong way. It became to a point that game protect is being used in a manner that it is being misconducted by someone else.
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January 24, 2017, 02:04:27 PM
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These guys are still trying recruit people to paint betcoin.ag signature campaigners trust with red....
Which guys?


I don't understand why these guys are still around and their trust isn't being painted....
I am also very curious why the betcoin.ag promoters are still around and from what their salaries are paid? And why should someone be untrustworthy if he inform the Bitcoin community about promoters of a criminal operator? The criminal laws demand from me that I report criminal offenses.


...they're displaying very collusive behavior.
The betcoin.ag promoters are indeed displaying very collusive behaviour!


LOL, are the names of the betcoin.ag promoters a secret? Do they want secretly promote the betcoin.ag scam? Cheesy

You know who you are thief...
Yes, I know betcoin.ag is a thief.


...you know who's in your group...
Yes, I know who is in my group outside of the forums.


...why ask me?
Because you say guys recruiting me and I would like to know who?
These guys are still trying recruit people to paint betcoin.ag signature campaigners trust with red....
 

All you have to do is look at those who're following your instructions and supporting your project to figure out who's in your collusion group....It's not hard dumbass!
I have no group on the forums and no one follows my instructions. Roll Eyes  


You are a thief and that is obvious!
Yup, it is very obvious that betcoin.ag is a thief.  


I don't know why you are ignored by so many DT members....it is very telling!
How many DT members ignore me and who and why and what does it tell?

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January 25, 2017, 01:32:44 AM
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Feel free to explain why and how "a dewd" is a respected member and moderator at twoplustwo?

And you tried being a respected member at twoplustwo promoting your game protect scam by registering multiple accounts whose only purpose was shilling and spamming? LOL Take a good look in the mirror buddy.

Yeah this should not be tolerated, spammers makes the day so disappointing for those who play straight. I don't like to hear this happens in gambling they are trying be anonymous in a wrong way. It became to a point that game protect is being used in a manner that it is being misconducted by someone else.
cjmoles, why quote nonsense from idiots?

Everyone can see with his own eyes that Game Protect has even not one account on 2+2. And for the success of Game Protect, an account on 2+2 is not needed at all! Why?

1) Over 80% of the traffic comes from search engines

2) If I have important info for the player community, I will simply post it on pokerfraudalert.com and other players will post it on 2+2, like it happened many times before.

3) 2+2 take money from criminal affiliates (i.e. kahntrutahn) to let them advertise their scams. Game Protect having an account there would damage our reputation heavily.  

4) As everyone can see with his own eyes, I posted only on Game Protect website that lawyer will start court case if IneedpaidFF on 2+2 will join. And this confirms that I have no shill accounts on 2+2, as otherwise surely I would have given them the order to post there, so we can start the court case. Understood?

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January 25, 2017, 10:31:06 PM
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Here's some logic:  If Trump is a dumbass, then those who support him are dumbasses too.  Trump is a dumbass.  Therefore, those who support him are dumbasses.  It's pretty much that simple!  
According to cjmoles' logic: If betcoin.ag is a dumbass, then those who support it are dumbasses too.  Betcoin.ag is a dumbass.  Hence, those who support it are dumbasses.  It's pretty much that simple!

Yup, confirmed. Cheesy


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