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July 26, 2016, 08:10:57 PM
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Game Protect inform, assist and protect Poker, Sports Betting and Casino account holders against criminal online gaming and betting operators.

You can qualify cost free for our service, if you register your gaming or betting account with Game Protect partner sites.

Send EUR 90 or USD equally for 1 year assistance for all your gambling accounts not available on our partner sites list.

Payment methods: Bitcoin, PayPal (-> buyer protection)


Why Game Protect?

Fraudulent online gaming and betting operators embezzled so far over US $250 million from unaware
account holders, while our researches revealed that there are more ticking time bombs on the market!

Demand your rights, court proceedings and private investigation are time consuming and costly. So we
saw the need to inform and assist qualified gaming accounts against criminal online gaming operators.


Why is Game Protect your # 1 source for protect service?

- Game Protect dispute resolution between you and the operators for your qualified gaming accounts

- Lawyer and civil court proceeding, in case you have a valid claim and we can not reach a resolution

- Lawyer and private investigation, if operators embezzle account balances or a player act fraudulent


If you have enough from criminal online gambling operators, simply register your account with Game Protect and sleep better!

As others have rightly said why this in the first place in a sane society, when people can make legitimate money in a way not to affect any other person and also a stable institution protecting the right of who wants to make a legitimate income but that's where we found ourselves... But @game protect the fee is even on the high side however would prefer to know how this is going to be achieved to my favour in the case of all this HYIP scam sites... My 2 cents...

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July 27, 2016, 11:58:31 AM
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But @game protect the fee is even on the high side...
How do you know it is on the high site? Do you already have experience with international structured online gambling enforcement?


...however would prefer to know how this is going to be achieved to my favour in the case of all this HYIP scam sites... My 2 cents...
As HYIPs have nothing to do with online gambling, they are in general excluded from our consumer protection service!

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July 27, 2016, 12:06:57 PM
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PayPal (-> buyer protection)

Just as an aside, does Paypal officially allow this sort of service? Just as they won't give you money back if you're scammed buying bitcoins, will they support you in buying this kind of service?
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July 28, 2016, 02:46:25 PM
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Here is an example Legal expert IHasTehNutz makes accusations about Game Protect to show you with what kind of unlogic nonsense Game Protect is regularly confronted:

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For what it’s worth, and I honestly have no clue what or who the heck is behind the Game Protect website, please don’t offer your info or pay money to people claiming they can ‘protect’ your money in offshore online gaming sites.

If they truly were interested in pursuing legal options for players seeking money owed to them by shady operators, they wouldn’t have “partner site” affiliate links on their website.

Let me summarize your brain wash theory:

1) Game Protect nowhere claims to protect money in offshore online gaming sites! This is technically not possible and absolute nonsense!

2) If we were truly interested in pursuing legal options, we would not offer to Qualify free and only ask for donations?


IHasTehNutz recommend: Run, run fast!

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This statement right here should be enough to warn you away:

Criminal online gambling operators embezzled and defrauded US $300 million from unaware account holder and Game Protect investigation reveals that there are more ticking time bombs on the market!

If you have enough from Sports Betting, Casino and Online Poker scam, we greatly recommend to register your online gaming or betting account with any of our accepted partner sites and sleep better!

Which part specifically should players warn away? Sorry, but I can not follow your brain wash theory?

The possibility to qualify free for time consuming and expensive online gaming consumer protection service should warn them away?! Instead they should continue getting defrauded and moan in forums to get their money?

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As long as there are scams going on, there will be people praying on those being scammed to further scam them.

As long as there are scams going on, there will be brain washers like you misleading the victims not to enforce their claim through legal options!

As you are obviously an enforcement expert in going after criminal online gambling operators, what is your strategy to fight against the ongoing scams and protect players as best as possible?

I haven’t done research, but it screams shady to me!

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Again, I haven’t done research into these people or know anything beyond some odd posts I’ve seen in this forum from persons linking to this site. But it screams shady to me and I wouldn’t recommend trusting them – especially when it comes to paying up front for whatever “services” they proport to offer.

So you even did not make any research before you decided to add your two cents? First bla bla and then maybe make an incompetent research about this bla bla story later? That is exactly the way how trustworthy and professional investigative experts work. Cheesy

Out of curiosity: If having affiliate links screams shady to you, why do you work for an affiliate? lol


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July 29, 2016, 03:25:33 PM
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Betcoin.ag Scam!

Betcoin.ag Poker Terms of Service (TOS)

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BetcoinPoker.com advises You to read all of these documents carefully as each forms part of the legally binding agreement between You and BetcoinPoker.com

-> It is juridical not possible to have a legally binding agreement with a domain name! Legally binding agreements are only possible between legal entities or private persons. The “Terms of Service” does also neither state the name of the operator nor a gambling license (if any exist), nothing!

-> False and misleading statements are the criminal offense of fraud!

Fraud Act 2016

2 Fraud by false representation

(1) A person is in breach of this section if he—

(a) dishonestly makes a false representation, and

(b) intends, by making the representation—

(i) to make a gain for himself or another, or

(ii) to cause loss to another or to expose another to a risk of loss.

(2) A representation is false if—

(a) it is untrue or misleading, and

(b) the person making it knows that it is, or might be, untrue or misleading.

(3) “Representation” means any representation as to fact or law, including a representation as to the state of mind of—

(a) the person making the representation, or

(b) any other person.

(4) A representation may be express or implied.

(5) For the purposes of this section a representation may be regarded as made if it (or anything implying it) is submitted in any form to any system or device designed to receive, convey or respond to communications (with or without human intervention).


Betcoin.ag governed in Hong Kong or Curacao or Costa Rica or nowhere?

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25. GOVERNING LAW

These Agreements shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of Hong Kong. You irrevocably agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Curacao in The Netherlands Antilles for the settlement of any dispute or matters arising out of or concerning these Agreements or their enforceability.

Based on what shall the alleged agreements with Betcoin.ag be governed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of Hong Kong or Curacao?

How could “These Agreements” be governed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of Hong Kong, while online gambling is not allowed in Hong Kong? Does this make sense?

If the Betcoin.ag operation shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of Hong Kong, why do you need to irrevocably agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Curacao?



Wait, Betcoin.ag scam Casino Terms of Service (TOS)

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The Agreement and any matters relating hereto shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with the laws of Costa Rica. Each party irrevocably agrees that the relevant courts of Costa Rica shall have exclusive jurisdiction in relation to any claim, dispute or difference between them concerning the Agreement and any matter arising hereunder.

1, 2 or 3, you have to decide, 3 fields are free!

So where is it now? Hong Kong or Curacao or Costa Rica or nowhere?

Who is the operator of Betcoin.ag? Why is the name not stated on their website?

Do you feel comfortable to send your Bitcoins to something while you do not know who the operator is?

Here is a guy who won a huge Jackpot, but of course did not receive it:

BetSoft Non-Payment of Jackpot

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July 29, 2016, 03:38:49 PM
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Have you actually successfully helped on of your customers get his money back?
Sorry but this just seems like an elaborate way to get new affiliates and you won't get customers here through this forum if you have that negative trust on your account.

Xetsr was right about the free Wordpress theme, stuff like that doesn't really give you much confidence in using your service, plus the design of your website looks very basic to say the least. Something that I would expect of someones first blog, not a service like the one you're offering.

Your service might be completely legit for all I know, but I'd like to see some proof that you actually offer some value to your customers.


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July 29, 2016, 06:38:39 PM
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Have you actually successfully helped on of your customers get his money back?

We have currently the following Game Protect not qualified account case on a no cure no pay to show our competence and legitimacy:

Full Flush Poker Litigation 70:30 in process, join + claim your money!

Game Protect offers victims a Full Flush litigation attempt to collect your whole Full Flush Poker account balance. The law firm takes 30% of any amount you will receive.

Our litigation attempt offer is cost free for you and if the law firm is not able to collect your account balance, your claim is still valid.

Full Flush Poker litigation 70:30 proceeding

If you have interest to participate in our Full Flush Poker litigation 70:30 offer, please send the following info to contact(at)game-protect.com using as reference: Full Flush Poker litigation

a) Your name

b) Your user name at Full Flush Poker

c) The amount owed

d) Date of the last payment

e) Proof of the money owed and pending withdrawal request(s) in form of screenshots or email conversation(s)

f) I, (…your full name…) give game-protect.com the order to collect my Full Flush Poker account balance and agree that game-protect.com will take 30% of any amount I will receive.
_____

Stay tuned for further updates…


Sorry but this just seems like an elaborate way to get new affiliates and you won't get customers here through this forum if you have that negative trust on your account.
Who's trust did I breach and how? I have never cheaten anyone!

The liars who spread lies about Game Protect in my feedback section are the ones who are incompetent and untrustworthy and not the receiver!

Everyone can give a negative trust in this forum, without any proof whatsoever or without any shady behaviour or attempt of the receiver.


Xetsr was right about the free Wordpress theme, stuff like that doesn't really give you much confidence in using your service, plus the design of your website looks very basic to say the least.
The design is a question of taste and we have pending cases!


Something that I would expect of someones first blog, not a service like the one you're offering.
No one would expect an online gaming consumer protection service like Game Protect, because such a service does not exist until now. But the laws are clear and publicly stated, for what do we wait?

Unfortunately, legal proceedings within the international operating online gaming industry are very time-consuming and costly. So if customers want to claim and enforce their rights to a greater extent, then this would require a sufficient cash flow.

No one can expect that one person pay all the costs from his pocket to claim and enforce the rights of others. That would be really absurd.

So if you expect from someone to solve your problems, I first recommend to ask yourself what you are willing to contribute?

And if you are not willing to contribute anything to solve your problem, based on what do you expect from others to contribute to solve your problem?


Your service might be completely legit for all I know, but I'd like to see some proof that you actually offer some value to your customers.
We have so far no Game Protect qualified account case, but the above mentioned pending Full Flush Poker and Lock Poker "no cure no pay" cases gives you an impression about what value customers will receive.

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August 01, 2016, 05:08:07 AM
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Also where is your “Warnings” section? Can you link me to it?
Online gambling scams!

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I've been very skeptical of Game Protect so far, as the whole thing seems kind of.....suspicious, in a weird way. For example, what country are you operating out of? Your English isn't very good and I'm just wondering how this is possible for a company that claims to offer legal help to customers.

And accusing forum users of defaming you just because they said your service didn't work? Isn't what he said technically true since you haven't had to defend a case yet? I'm not saying you won't help anyone, just that you haven't successfully shown that you have helped anyone yet, so telling someone they are "defaming" you is a little over the top for now.

And, I'd have to agree, your site does look a little unprofessional. It takes very little money at all to get a half-decent looking Wordpress site and theme running, and especially in the business you're in where your reputation and first impressions are key, I'd look into it.
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August 03, 2016, 09:18:04 PM
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I've been very skeptical of Game Protect so far, as the whole thing seems kind of.....suspicious, in a weird way. For example, what country are you operating out of?
Game Protect operates worldwide, as you have to initiate legal action in the jurisdictions where the responsible participants breached the laws.


Your English isn't very good and I'm just wondering how this is possible for a company that claims to offer legal help to customers.
Take a look at the Full Flush Poker litigation case and keep wondering!  Cheesy

To offer legal help to customers does not require to speak perfect English. You have to file a criminal complaint and or court case in the language of the applicable jurisdiction and there are over 200 languages in this world.


And accusing forum users of defaming you just because they said your service didn't work? Isn't what he said technically true since you haven't had to defend a case yet?
We have currently the pending enforcement case Full Flush Poker. Hence, to claim our service didn't work is not only a blatant lie, but also the criminal offense of defamation!


I'm not saying you won't help anyone, just that you haven't successfully shown that you have helped anyone yet, so telling someone they are "defaming" you is a little over the top for now.
The Full Flush Poker enforcement case is no help?

The Online gambling scams! warning section is no help?

You surely meant that war is peace and the moon is the sun, right?


And, I'd have to agree, your site does look a little unprofessional. It takes very little money at all to get a half-decent looking Wordpress site and theme running, and especially in the business you're in where your reputation and first impressions are key, I'd look into it.
You agree that it looks a little unprofessional, but you are not able to say what looks unprofessional?

Curiously, no one who already uses our online gaming consumer protection service ever complained about the design. And no one ever said that he has interest to use our service, but is concerned about the design. LOL

Only those who attack and bad mouth Game Protect criticize the layout and unprofessionality, of course only in general and without any specific content!

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August 04, 2016, 12:30:50 AM
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Beware! This guy is a public liar and an advertised thief!  Liar -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1236667.msg15775379#msg15775379

thief -> http://game-protect.com/

He is one of twitchyseal's recruits....be careful with this guy!
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August 04, 2016, 12:16:54 PM
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In what fantasy dream world do you live? Betcoin.ag has no Terms of Service!

Probably not the same world that you guys get your information from that's for sure....here's a little something I brought you from my world however:  https://sports.betcoin.ag/#/static/termsconditions

Beware! This guy is a public liar and an advertised thief!  Liar -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1236667.msg15775379#msg15775379
1) One part of Terms and Conditions required by law is to state the contract partners. Everyone with eyes can see at your posted link https://sports.betcoin.ag/#/static/termsconditions that the name of the betcoin.ag scam partner is not stated. Roll Eyes

2) Another part of Terms and Conditions required by law is to state the applicable jurisdiction. Because each contract partner has the right to enforce his rights thru court action. Everyone with eyes can see at your posted link https://sports.betcoin.ag/#/static/termsconditions that the applicable jurisdiction for the betcoin.ag scam is not stated. Roll Eyes

Therefore, the content of this so called "Terms and Conditions" is more like a fairy tale, but it is 100% sure not a juridical valid legally binding agreement.

And as I already explained to you, make a false representation is the criminal offense of fraud!

Only an idiot (or a criminal) would try to defend or more worse promote the betcoin.ag scam, while the facts are publicly visible and very clear in terms of a legal review.

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In what fantasy dream world do you live? Betcoin.ag has no Terms of Service!

Probably not the same world that you guys get your information from that's for sure....here's a little something I brought you from my world however:  https://sports.betcoin.ag/#/static/termsconditions

Beware! This guy is a public liar and an advertised thief!  Liar -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1236667.msg15775379#msg15775379
1) One part of Terms and Conditions required by law is to state the contract partners. Everyone with eyes can see at your posted link https://sports.betcoin.ag/#/static/termsconditions that the name of the betcoin.ag scam partner is not stated. Roll Eyes

2) Another part of Terms and Conditions required by law is to state the applicable jurisdiction. Because each contract partner has the right to enforce his rights thru court action. Everyone with eyes can see at your posted link https://sports.betcoin.ag/#/static/termsconditions that the applicable jurisdiction for the betcoin.ag scam is not stated. Roll Eyes

Therefore, the content of this so called "Terms and Conditions" is more like a fairy tale, but it is 100% sure not a juridical valid legally binding agreement.

 

And as I already explained to you, make a false representation is the criminal offense of fraud!

Only an idiot (or a criminal) would try to defend or more worse promote the betcoin.ag scam, while the facts are publicly visible and very clear in terms of a legal review.

Dude, you're not a lawyer, you're a fraud....If you you think you can take bitcoin users to court, then have fun with that one.   If you don't understand the decentralized, unregulated nature of the technology, then go pretend to litigate ApplePay or Dwolla....Either way, you're wasting your time, so go somewhere else to pull your fraud because bitcoin users aren't naive enough to fall for your bullshit.
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OP has to be a troll or scam. Who's going to pay a subscription for public info lol, and OP had the power to do what he claims (lawyers and more) he wouldn't be spamming forums.

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August 06, 2016, 01:15:29 PM
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Dude, you're not a lawyer,...
I have never said I am.


you're a fraud....
Any proof?


If you you think you can take bitcoin users to court, then have fun with that one.
I love Bitcoin and have nothing against Bitcoin users.  


If you don't understand the decentralized, unregulated nature of the technology, then go pretend to litigate ApplePay or Dwolla....
I understand the decentralized Bitcoin system very well.


Either way, you're wasting your time, so go somewhere else to pull your fraud because bitcoin users aren't naive enough to fall for your bullshit.
If you would have the slightest idea how legal proceedings work, then you would know that I do not waste my time Wink

Despite of this, 6 already canceled to promote the betcoin.ag scam after my feedback...

I have already tracked 65 Bitcoin users who are naive enough to fall for promoting the betcoin.ag scam, especially:

- 2double0   - 98789   - abel1337   - ajareselde   - ardenyham   - Barbut   - BeGoods   - Betcoin.AG   - BetcoinCasino   - Betwrong  

- bitcoinmasterlord   - bitwarrior   - BitcoinPC   - bryant.coleman   - BTCevo   - cjmoles   - DeDordtenaar   -Denker   - Erza   - ETFbitcoin  

- forzendiablo   - hawkins   - hopenotlate   - Hugroll   - icecube45   - jack1111   - Jasad   - JasonXG   - JayJuanGee   - Junko  

- Karartma1   - karmenali   - Kotone   - lorylore   - mOgliE   - NetFreak199   - NorrisK   - ObscureBean   - Omegasun  - Oralmat  

- PacePay   - panjul07   - pereira4   - poptok1   - quintiilieo   - Punggawa   - raphma   - Roboabhishek   - Sarthak   - shintosai  

- Superbitzz   - SyGambler   - The_prodigy   - thejaytiesto   - tokeweed   - tspacepilot   - tyz   - uki   - ultrloa   -Viyamore  

- WEBcreator   - Xenophoto   - Xiaoxiao   - xinzark   - XERES

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August 06, 2016, 04:03:46 PM
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OP has to be a troll or scam. Who's going to pay a subscription for public info lol, and OP had the power to do what he claims (lawyers and more) he wouldn't be spamming forums.
LOL, what? Is this a 5 year old speaking?

The subscription fee if for 1 year assistance for all your gambling accounts not available on the partner sites list and includes the following service:

- Game Protect dispute resolution between you and the operators for your qualified gaming accounts

- Lawyer and civil court proceeding, in case you have a valid claim and we can not reach a resolution

- Lawyer and private investigation, if operators embezzle account balances or a player act fraudulent


So you yourself aren't a lawyer, but you offer legal help in case people need it. How does this work? Do you just have a law firm you contact? This is why I asked you which country you are based in. If you are simply acting as a middleman for the legal team why can't I just go find a law firm myself and file a case? I'm struggling to actually understand the service you provide here.
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August 06, 2016, 04:31:30 PM
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I dont think that their is any law in most of the country against the bitcoin gambling site frauds, where ever bitcoin is accepted their only we can find the law against this sites, and even then how can you prove the all details if you have given any information in Tax. So i think this is just a new type of scam.

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August 07, 2016, 08:50:23 AM
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Dude, you're not a lawyer,...
I have never said I am.


you're a fraud....
Any proof?


If you you think you can take bitcoin users to court, then have fun with that one.
I love Bitcoin and have nothing against Bitcoin users.  


If you don't understand the decentralized, unregulated nature of the technology, then go pretend to litigate ApplePay or Dwolla....
I understand the decentralized Bitcoin system very well.


Either way, you're wasting your time, so go somewhere else to pull your fraud because bitcoin users aren't naive enough to fall for your bullshit.
LOL, if you would have the slightest idea how legal proceedings work, then you would know that I do not waste my time Wink

Despie of this, 2 already canceled to promote the betcoin.ag scam after my feedback...

I have already tracked 43 Bitcoin users who are naive enough to fall for promoting the betcoin.ag scam, especially:

- 98789   - ajareselde   - Barbut   - BeGoods   - Betwrong   - bitcoinmasterlord   - BitcoinPC   - BTCevo   - cjmoles  -Denker

- Erza   - ETFbitcoin   - hawkins   - hopenotlate   - forzendiablo   - jack1111   - JayJuanGee   - Junko   - Karartma1   - Kotone  

- lorylore   - mOgliE   - NetFreak199   - NorrisK   - ObscureBean   - OgNasty   - Omegasun   - PacePay   - panjul07   - poptok1  

- Roboabhishek   - shintosai   - smho_16   - SyGambler   - thejaytiesto   - tokeweed   - tspacepilot   - tyz   - uki   - WEBcreator  

- Wowcoin   - Xenophoto   - XERES

You're really showing a lack of intelligence.  Why don't you take all that energy and passion you have, and put it to use in learning to do something honest to earn income.  Stop trying to trick people out of their money. It's wrong!  And, making false accusations against all those users above....not something an intelligent person would do....you don't even know them!  And, that's also wrong!  All you've proven here is that you're unethical, immoral, and unintelligent.  No honest, thinking person would ever do business with you while you demonstrate those traits.  Think about that while you're masterminding your next scam.
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August 07, 2016, 10:08:29 AM
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I dont think that their is any law in most of the country against the bitcoin gambling site frauds,..
Usually in each jurisdiction in this world, embezzlement or fraud is a criminal offense. If embezzlement or fraud would be no criminal offense, then the system of this country would not work and there would be chaos and anarchy.

If you can legally steal things from others, why would people pay for it? But feel free to quote the criminal laws of a jurisdiction where it is allowed to steal or defraud?

If stealing Bitcoins would be legal in a certain jurisdiction, then Bitcoin gambling sites would simply open a shell company there and legally steal the Bitcoins (if they want) and no one could go after them, as they would be anonymous behind the shell company.

That is why the already publicly proven scams like betcoin.ag or alleged scams simply hide the name of the operator. Additionally, the betcoin.ag scam pays their participants with anonymous Bitcoins, so there are no traces and the promoters of that scam can stay anonym.

cjmoles i.e. has made it very clear that he knows that betcoin.ag is a scam. But as he promotes them anonymously and get paid anonymously,  he do not care at all! If the identities of the promoters of betcoin.ag would be publicly known, I can rest assure that 90% would have already left. Wink


where ever bitcoin is accepted their only we can find the law against this sites,..
Please translate this to readable English?


...and even then how can you prove the all details if you have given any information in Tax.
What information in tax?

If a gambling site provably state the name of the operator, then you can prove if the given details are applicable.

As soon as a known person breach criminal laws, you can sue him and try to hold him accountable. That is the difference between anonymous and known.

And as you and everyone else know, a bank would never give a credit to an anonymous person! Why gamblers do this?


So i think this is just a new type of scam.
How does this "new" type of scam work?

How much money can people lose with this "new" type of scam?

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August 08, 2016, 03:16:43 AM
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He is one of twitchyseal's recruits....be careful with this guy!
I'd really appreciate it if you quit making shit up about me cjmoles. 

I do not endorse game-protects services.  I would not recommend anyone use his paid services or make any formal agreements with him that woule entitle him to any portion of your funds without some serious consultation with third party you trust.

He has contributed valuable information when it comes to holding bitcoin casinos responsible for their actions, which I appreciate.



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