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March 10, 2018, 11:26:33 PM
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@Wendigo don't bother dude.
GP will always answer question with another question and if he doesn't want to answer he will just say "i will answer you when you answer me" even thought this is his thread and he should answer all questions.
Said the one who persistently deny to answer several of my questions!

If Wendigo or any of the other attackers ask questions based on false and misleading claims, why should I answer it?

Example: You ask for money from people

If I ask for money from people, it should be no problem to show where I do it, right?

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March 10, 2018, 11:28:36 PM
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@Wendigo don't bother dude.
GP will always answer question with another question and if he doesn't want to answer he will just say "i will answer you when you answer me" even thought this is his thread and he should answer all questions.
Said the one who persistently deny to answer several od my questions!

If Wendigo or any of the other attackers ask questions based on false and misleading claims, why should I answer it?

Example: You ask for money

So that other people know the answer to the question.

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March 10, 2018, 11:34:13 PM
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So that other people know the answer to the question.
Why want other people know the answer of questions based on false claims?

Those who have an issue directly read and post on the Game Protect website or use Report Issue

This bitcointalk thread is the platform where blatant liars, haters and attackers post their nonsense. If someone expect to receive an answer, then we need at least to clarify the false and misleading basis of the answer?


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March 11, 2018, 12:00:46 AM
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Wendigo, I have to admit your posts are getting friendlier. Smiley

Just wait for your answer in regard to this:

The guy is a fake online lawyer trolling bitcoin casinos asking for donations. Biggest clown on the forum  Grin

Where do I claim I am a lawyer and which bitcoin casinos did I ask for donations?

Dunno man life is short why waste it all by being unfriendly on the Internet lol

About that... You give legal advice without being a lawyer? How does that work?
And for the donations. Maybe we could call them fees instead of donations. Do you agree now? You ask for money from people. You sound like a broken record my friend. I have another smashing hit but gonna leave it for another day. Cheers  Cheesy
Where does it say Bitcoin is money?

Definition legal advice: "Legal advice is the giving of a professional or formal opinion regarding the substance or procedure of the law in relation to a particular factual situation. The provision of legal advice will often involve analyzing a set of facts and advising a person to take a specific course of action based on the applicable law."

You say I am a professional and the attackers say I am a scammer! I am totally confused now  Grin



You're wasting your life away on a Bitcoin message board, you pathetic loser.
Of course Bitcoin is the equivalent of money, you dumbass.
You are a proven BEGGAR looking for donations.

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March 11, 2018, 12:24:51 AM
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So that other people know the answer to the question.
Why want other people know the answer of questions based on false claims?

Those who have an issue directly read and post on the Game Protect website or use Report Issue

This bitcointalk thread is the platform where blatant liars, haters and attackers post their nonsense. If someone expect to receive an answer, then we need at least to clarify the false and misleading basis of the answer?



Nobody should go to your site.

You should hire an English teacher or translator.

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March 11, 2018, 12:31:35 AM
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Nobody should go to your site.
Why?


You should hire an English teacher or translator.
Why?

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March 11, 2018, 12:46:02 AM
Last edit: March 11, 2018, 03:29:16 AM by game-protect
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Of course Bitcoin is the equivalent of money, you dumbass.
Definition money: Money is any item or verifiable record that is generally accepted as payment for goods and services and repayment of debts in a particular country or socio-economic context.

Show proof where Game Protect takes the above mentioned?


You are a proven BEGGAR looking for donations.
Definition begging: Begging (also panhandling or mendicancy) is the practice of imploring others to grant a favor, often a gift of money, with little or no expectation of reciprocation.

Show proof where Game Protect is begging for donations?

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March 11, 2018, 03:26:38 AM
Last edit: March 11, 2018, 04:18:44 AM by game-protect
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Out of curiosity, were you able to reach anything in favor for the victims from the publicly proven betcoin scam?

I have noticed how you advises victims to not waste their time, but it looks like that you are exactly doing this!

Why do you advise others not to do what you yourself habitually do?

Dear Betcoin,

Over the past few days, you have deleted (censored) multiple posts on your forum and also in this Bitcointalk thread.  I think members of all crypto-gambling communities deserve to know what's going on.  

I propose we have an open dialogue.  What do you think?  Would you mind if I post a link to a screenshot of the things you have censored?

Who decided to start censoring these things?  Does Betcoin stand by them?  Or was it a rogue Betcoin representative?  

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March 11, 2018, 06:39:34 AM
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Of course Bitcoin is the equivalent of money, you dumbass.
Definition money: Money is any item or verifiable record that is generally accepted as payment for goods and services and repayment of debts in a particular country or socio-economic context.

Show proof where Game Protect takes the above mentioned?


You are a proven BEGGAR looking for donations.
Definition begging: Begging (also panhandling or mendicancy) is the practice of imploring others to grant a favor, often a gift of money, with little or no expectation of reciprocation.

Show proof where Game Protect is begging for donations?
It says here in your FAQ page that:

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Send Bitcoin worth Euro 45 for 6 months or Euro 78 for 1 year service for your gaming accounts not available on the Qualify cost free list and add your Game Protect username into the reference field.

Bitcoin deposit address: 19zkL9bAbmZjZq1sZgo3SpM9iZVeRajVL3

Gambling or betting accounts on our Warnings list are excluded from this offer!
So you are basically asking Bitcoin with its equivalent value in Euro. The Bitcoin you are asking is acting like money for your services. Is this enough evidence that you are accepting money for your services?

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March 11, 2018, 07:43:25 AM
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Where does it say Bitcoin is money?

Definition money: Money is any item or verifiable record that is generally accepted as payment for goods and services and repayment of debts in a particular country or socio-economic context.

Show proof where Game Protect takes the above mentioned?
Why you are attacking gambling sites which are not accepting money?  Grin

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So you are basically asking Bitcoin with its equivalent value in Euro. The Bitcoin you are asking is acting like money for your services. Is this enough evidence that you are accepting money for your services?
Incoming:
GP: Show me proof where I asked money for my service
Theb: I just did, read my post
GP: Answer me my question first!

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March 11, 2018, 12:39:53 PM
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Of course Bitcoin is the equivalent of money, you dumbass.
Definition money: Money is any item or verifiable record that is generally accepted as payment for goods and services and repayment of debts in a particular country or socio-economic context.

Show proof where Game Protect takes the above mentioned?


You are a proven BEGGAR looking for donations.
Definition begging: Begging (also panhandling or mendicancy) is the practice of imploring others to grant a favor, often a gift of money, with little or no expectation of reciprocation.

Show proof where Game Protect is begging for donations?
It says here in your FAQ page that:

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Send Bitcoin worth Euro 45 for 6 months or Euro 78 for 1 year service for your gaming accounts not available on the Qualify cost free list and add your Game Protect username into the reference field.

Bitcoin deposit address: 19zkL9bAbmZjZq1sZgo3SpM9iZVeRajVL3

Gambling or betting accounts on our Warnings list are excluded from this offer!

So you are basically asking Bitcoin with its equivalent value in Euro. The Bitcoin you are asking is acting like money for your services. Is this enough evidence that you are accepting money for your services?
I have shown proof that Bitcoin is no money, because it is not generally accepted as payment in the particular country.

Only because something acts like something, it is not the same. If I ask for Bitcoin worth 20 kilogram apples, do I ask for fruit then or do I still ask for Bitcoin?

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March 12, 2018, 12:36:58 AM
Last edit: March 12, 2018, 01:01:19 AM by game-protect
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In my experience, any effort trying to engage Game-Protect in a rational conversation is futile.
You publicly proven blatant lie about Game Protect = rational conversation?

I will publicise their license in 2 weeks.

But first want to give to all legal and investigative experts on the forums the chance to find it by themselves to protect their face.  Wink

You can read in my thread what people all know (or claim to know), so it should be no problem to find it, especially as the source where it can be found is given!

In two weeks and one day (Feb 27th) I will call out GP for not making good on this promise.

It's on my calendar.

You advise victims to not waste their time, while you yourself waste a lot of your time posting in the betcoin scam thread = rational conversation?

You advise victims to not read the helpful info on the Game Protect website, while you yourself habitually read there, make screenshots about the content and post it here = rational conversation?

You declare blatant lies and nonsense posts from shills, attackers and brain washers as facts = rational conversation?


He has proven himself to not be qualified to provide any legal advice to anyone (even a casual suggestion from him should be ignored)
Are you able to show the documents where I have proven this?


Unfortunately he has continued to spam deceptive hyperlinks to his shit website all over the place in hopes that someone will click the link and provide him some affiliate revenue.
Only because you are too stupid to understand the content on the Game Protect website does not mean that the links to articles there are deceptive.

Despite of this, everyone can see that those links go to the Game Protect website and are not deceptive at all.

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March 12, 2018, 05:48:57 AM
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I have shown proof that Bitcoin is no money, because it is not generally accepted as payment in the particular country.

Only because something acts like something, it is not the same. If I ask for Bitcoin worth 20 kilogram apples, do I ask for fruit then or do I still ask for Bitcoin?

You're retarded.  If you claim that bitcoin is not money, why are you claiming to go after sites that steal bitcoin?  Why are you crying because people that you pretended to help don't give you any of their bitcoin? 

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March 12, 2018, 12:32:37 PM
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I have shown proof that Bitcoin is no money, because it is not generally accepted as payment in the particular country.

Only because something acts like something, it is not the same. If I ask for Bitcoin worth 20 kilogram apples, do I ask for fruit then or do I still ask for Bitcoin?
If you claim that bitcoin is not money, why are you claiming to go after sites that steal bitcoin?
The official laws of a country say that Bitcoin is no money, not I. I just quoted it. Wink

Bitcoins are valuable and you can exchange them for money, so definitely worth to go after thieves. According to your logic, if someone steals your car you do not go after him because your car is no money or what?


Why are you crying because people that you pretended to help don't give you any of their bitcoin?
In the case of Bitcasino.io victim scams Game Protect for 20 BTC = $300,000! I do not pretend that I helped. My help is still there and everyone can read it. O.k., you need at least a decent brain and basic knowledge about juridical things, so most trolls are not able to realize the help. But that is their problem and not mine.

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March 12, 2018, 12:52:51 PM
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Hey dude can you list everyone you have helped recover funds for so far. Their first and last names and the corresponding full amounts recovered from which casinos. Thanks.

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Game Protect helped bitcasino.io victim to receive his 100 BTC
Some brainless idiots from the bitcointalk forum also posted their nonsense and attacked Game Protect as usual. I assessed his case based on the information and documents we have in regard to the Curacao license scam 1668/JAZ, sub-licenses have no legal basis! and based on the Curacao licensing and civil laws.

The result was that bitcasino.io unjustifiably has withheld his balance and shortly after he received his 100 Bitcoin. The victim instantly deleted all his posts and escaped without honoring my help!

There was a similiar case with a SportsBet scam victim! He opened 21.5 BTC TAKEN BY SPORTSBET.IO, offered to honor help and escaped quickly after he received 15 BTC with our help.

If you want to achieve something, you have to move something!

Countless victims with Game Protect not qualified issues asked us for cost free help and a part of the 20 Bitcoin could have been used to enforce your claim. So if you have something to say about this scam against our community, feel free to do it in the comment section or on bitcointalk forum.

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You can read here BITCASINO MADE ME WHOLE how a bitcasino.io scam victim defrauded Game Protect for 20 Bitcoin = $300,000! He deleted his posts after receipt! But his offer to give 20% for help and my posts how I helped him are still there. More about this case also here: BitCasino scam

What happened?

He unsuccessfully tried to get his 100 Bitcoin from the publicly proven BitCasino scam since 1,5 years! December 2017 he opened this thread on the bitcointalk forum. The victim informed the public about his issue and offered 20% of the 100 Bitcoin for help after receipt of payment.


Why aren't you suing the scam victims that have scammed you?

Lol  Grin
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March 12, 2018, 03:37:29 PM
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game-protect,

You're such a clown, even the info you provide on your links for casinos is inaccurate.
So you're spamming your bullshit links with lies about casinos.
Will you ever give up?
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March 12, 2018, 04:15:15 PM
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You're such a clown, even the info you provide on your links for casinos is inaccurate.
So you're spamming your bullshit links with lies about casinos.
Are there training courses for brain wash theories where you learn not to use content?

What info on which links for which casinos is inaccurate?

Btw, your claim that you are authorized and regulated by the Government of Curacao is inaccurate!


Will you ever give up?
You will see it. Wink

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March 12, 2018, 04:31:14 PM
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You're such a clown, even the info you provide on your links for casinos is inaccurate.
So you're spamming your bullshit links with lies about casinos.
Are there training courses for brain wash theories where you learn not to use content?

What info on which links for which casinos is inaccurate?

Btw, your claim that you are authorized and regulated by the Government of Curacao is inaccurate!


Will you ever give up?
You will see it. Wink

I'll reply only one time to your begging, pathetic ass.
Here are some example of how low you'll stoop to gain affiliate clicks:



Nitrogen is NOT an Instant deposit sportsbook

An account IS REQUIRED





Bitcoinrush does NOT accept Litecoin

USA residents CAN NOT play here


Those are the only 2 I really cared to check up on, and as usual you've been proven to be a liar.
I can only imagine all the other bullshit and fake info on your shitty site.
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March 12, 2018, 04:57:44 PM
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You're such a clown, even the info you provide on your links for casinos is inaccurate.
So you're spamming your bullshit links with lies about casinos.
Are there training courses for brain wash theories where you learn not to use content?

What info on which links for which casinos is inaccurate?

Btw, your claim that you are authorized and regulated by the Government of Curacao is inaccurate!


Will you ever give up?
You will see it. Wink

I'll reply only one time to your begging, pathetic ass.
Here are some example of how low you'll stoop to gain affiliate clicks:



Nitrogen is NOT an Instant deposit sportsbook

An account IS REQUIRED





Bitcoinrush does NOT accept Litecoin

USA residents CAN NOT play here


Those are the only 2 I really cared to check up on, and as usual you've been proven to be a liar.
I can only imagine all the other bullshit and fake info on your shitty site.


Beware dude. You are very famous on Game Protect's website:

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mBetSolutions N.V. is meanwhile very concerned about our Bitcasino Sportsbet 100% cashback activity and decided to publicly announce a death threat against Game Protect!

His behavior clearly confirms that he posts in the name of Bitcasino Sportsbet, while I personally am pretty sure it is Timothy himself based on the info we have.

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Anyone want to start a GoFundMe page for this loser’s funeral;
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March 12, 2018, 05:08:04 PM
Last edit: March 12, 2018, 05:33:22 PM by XarXymtroa
 #600

LOL too funny how this cry baby posted that.
He thinks I'm someone I had to google to even know who he was talking about, and the "death threat" was a reference that he's dead on this site; not literally a death threat.
Everyone knows he manipulates words to appear as he wants them to, this is nothing new.
Thanks for the heads up as the bitcoin community continues to expose this fraudster for who he really is.

EDIT:  Here's my actual quote (since he left half of it out).  

"Anyone want to start a GoFundMe page for this loser's funeral; he's been burred multiple times and now it's time to put him to rest"

As in, he's been burried multiple times on this forum.

Now we know he's not only a liar but a little bitch as well.


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