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May 30, 2018, 03:27:32 PM
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What a day !
Thank you for finally admitting that the goal of game protect is to get the bitcoin gambling community further defrauded and have more damages.
Mentally ill people might be not able to realize it, but the goal of Game Protect is

- Dispute resolution between you and the operators for your Game Protect qualified gaming accounts
   
- Lawyer and civil court proceeding, in case you have a valid claim and we can not reach a resolution
   
- Private investigations if operators commit offenses like embezzlement, scam and money laundering

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May 30, 2018, 03:46:19 PM
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^^
Look at you, asking so many questions in so many threads and getting upset when they don't reply, and you are doing the same.
So many questions, yet you didn't answer any.
True, I did not answer any questions and I might should start answering! Cheesy How sick is this? Roll Eyes
Now is good time. We are all ears.
But please, disregard that.
Just shit on the forum once more.  Roll Eyes

Thank you very much for showing I'm right.
Don't worry, they will bump topic until everyone forgets about this.

They are unable to answer this one:
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Who are these shady operators and their paid shills? Can you give us few examples?
You can't expect them to answer questions about their service, right?

So, GP, what do you say about answering some questions? You can start with question above(quoted one)

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May 30, 2018, 09:17:16 PM
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Who are these shady operators and their paid shills? Can you give us few examples?
You can find the answer to your question in this thread. Wink

It might be not worth your time as a signature campaign poster, but if you are really interested in Game Protect, you can find it here.


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May 30, 2018, 09:29:52 PM
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Who are these shady operators and their paid shills? Can you give us few examples?
You can find the answer to your question in this thread. Wink

Lol so we need to go through 40 pages of your shitposts to find out if your "service" has any utility and if it justifies the resources it consumes ?
Damn it's like having to read the entire apocalypse chapter in the bible to find out how many people the Red Cross helped last year ...
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May 30, 2018, 10:17:59 PM
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Who are these shady operators and their paid shills? Can you give us few examples?
You can find the answer to your question in this thread. Wink

It might be not worth your time as a signature campaign poster, but if you are really interested in Game Protect, you can find it here.
Quoted for record that game protect doesn't want to answer another question.

Ok. Lets say I am using bitcoin for first time and I like to gamble. I noticed game-protect site searching on google for bitcoin casinos. But I want to gamble on licensed casino.
Where should I search for license for casinos which are at game-protect's site?
What does this mean:
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The seal status is not to be accepted as license certificate.
For authenticity, make sure that the address of this website
Huh  Huh

Also some sites are accepting payments trough neteller/skrill and I read at game-protect site that :

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Skrill sends money to hundrets of illegal gambling sites without valid licenses

Should I use site which is taking payments trough skrill?

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May 30, 2018, 11:41:48 PM
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Ok. Lets say I am using bitcoin for first time and I like to gamble. I noticed game-protect site searching on google for bitcoin casinos. But I want to gamble on licensed casino.
Where should I search for license for casinos which are at game-protect's site?
At the website of the casino.


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The seal status is not to be accepted as license certificate.
For authenticity, make sure that the address of this website
Huh  Huh
You can read in the comment section here and here that all Curacao based casinos say that the information at the seal status page is their license.

But this is not true, because if you click on the license seal on the casino website, then you will be forwarded to the seal status page of the license holder. For example at the 1668/JAZ license holder seal status page it is just confirmed that casino XY operates under the 1668/JAZ license. And as this is not a license certificate for casino XY, it is stated that the seal status is not to be accepted as license certificate.


Also some sites are accepting payments trough neteller/scrill and I read at game-protect site that :

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Skrill sends money to hundreds of illegal gambling sites without valid licenses

Should I use site which is accepting skrill?
Based on the reports GP received, the main problem is that Skrill does not enforce its own terms and conditions to the advantage of shady casinos and to the disadvantage of players. So if you use Skrill or Neteller, you literally play lotto!

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May 31, 2018, 07:18:45 PM
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So if you use Skrill or Neteller, you literally play lotto!

Isn't gambling actually the purpose of gambling?  Cheesy

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Most of bitcoiners are libertarians.
Why do you think they want their casinos to have goverment issued licenses?
And along with that KYC procedures.

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May 31, 2018, 08:01:02 PM
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So if you use Skrill or Neteller, you literally play lotto!
Isn't gambling actually the purpose of gambling?  Cheesy
Is payment processing gambling? Cheesy


Most of bitcoiners are libertarians.
Why do you think they want their casinos to have goverment issued licenses?
And along with that KYC procedures.
Why do you think I think they want their casinos to have government issued licenses?

It was your colleague marlboroza who asked for licenses. Cheesy

But I want to gamble on licensed casino.
Where should I search for license for casinos which are at game-protect's site?

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May 31, 2018, 11:38:20 PM
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You state that casinos like Cloudbet are a scam because they do not have a license yet recommend casinos like Nitrogen Sports that also do not have a license.

I have never had a problem with either Cloudbet or Nitrogen Sports or quite frankly all of the bitcoin casinos you call a scam. 

It's very clear Cloudbet is not a scam, they may have made some mistakes along the way, but every business has including Nitrogen.  It's part of all industries, but in gambling a business mistake is a scam. 

The bitcoin casinos provide the best experience, fastest cashouts and ability to hold deposits in crypto among many other benefits. 

We should continue to support them so they continue to provide great promotions and improve their services which benefits all of us.   
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June 01, 2018, 12:17:49 AM
Last edit: July 25, 2018, 06:19:13 PM by game-protect
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You state that casinos like Cloudbet are a scam because they do not have a license yet recommend casinos like Nitrogen Sports that also do not have a license.
Where do I state that casinos without a license are a scam?

I inform that Cloudbet is a scam because they commit the criminal offense of fraud by false representation with false and misleading claiming that they have a Montengrin license! Despite of this, there are several scam acusations.


I have never had a problem with either Cloudbet or Nitrogen Sports or quite frankly all of the bitcoin casinos you call a scam.
Only because you had no issue with Cloudbet does not confirm they are not shady! Roll Eyes

At Game Protect you can sign up with several  Crypto gambling sites with cost free consumer protection service and it is a blatant lie to say I would call all Bitcoin casinos a scam!


It's very clear Cloudbet is not a scam, they may have made some mistakes along the way, but every business has including Nitrogen.  It's part of all industries, but in gambling a business mistake is a scam.
Cloudbet is very clear a shady operation that makes mistakes since years and is a disgrace for the online gambling community. Read in their thread and you know about what I speak.
  

The bitcoin casinos provide the best experience, fastest cashouts and ability to hold deposits in crypto among many other benefits.  

We should continue to support them so they continue to provide great promotions and improve their services which benefits all of us.    
Whether you like it or not, Game Protect calls out the shady ones to protect the crypto gambling community. Wink

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June 02, 2018, 12:42:23 AM
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Who are these shady operators and their paid shills? Can you give us few examples?
You can find the answer to your question in this thread. Wink

Lol so we need to go through 40 pages of your shitposts to find out if your "service" has any utility and if it justifies the resources it consumes ?
Damn it's like having to read the entire apocalypse chapter in the bible to find out how many people the Red Cross helped last year ...
Man seriously, go to school and learn reading!

Marlboroza asked for shady operators and their paid shills examples and not for examples if my "service" has any utility!  Roll Eyes

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June 02, 2018, 02:14:06 AM
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Who are these shady operators and their paid shills? Can you give us few examples?
You can find the answer to your question in this thread. Wink

Lol so we need to go through 40 pages of your shitposts to find out if your "service" has any utility and if it justifies the resources it consumes ?
Damn it's like having to read the entire apocalypse chapter in the bible to find out how many people the Red Cross helped last year ...
Man seriously, go to school and learn reading!

Marlboroza asked for shady operators and their paid shills examples and not for examples if my "service" has any utility!  Roll Eyes

I meant that in general since your usefulness is very questionnable. Let me rectify then and be more specific.

"Lol so we need to go through 40 pages of your shitposts to find out if your "service" has any utility to help bust shady operators and if it justifies the resources it consumes ?
Damn it's like having to read the entire apocalypse chapter in the bible to find out how many people the Red Cross helped last year ..."

Happy ? Reply now.
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June 02, 2018, 10:30:05 AM
Last edit: June 02, 2018, 01:26:26 PM by marlboroza
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It was your colleague marlboroza who asked for licenses. Cheesy

But I want to gamble on licensed casino.
Where should I search for license for casinos which are at game-protect's site?
You took that out of context(as usual)  Roll Eyes

There is anyway no way Game Protect will cooperate with a foundation that finance organized crime with fees for a Curacao eGaming fake license!

Crypto Gambling Foundation is misleading! It should be called Organized Crime Finance Foundation instead. Wink
If you consider financing organized crime is a good marketing strategy, feel free continue doing so. I just inform the community about your behavior. Wink

No, you have no license! You pay Euro 10000s every year for a fake license!  Cheesy
Under which jurisdiction crypto-games and OneHash operate? You are advertising them.

Because shady operators like Fortunejack do not consider it as fair that such a service exists and could become expensive for them if held accountable?
Why is Fortunejack shady operator?

You are also advertising site which claims license is not required to operate casino:


Didn't they lose license? Also, whole statement is false.
Even without license they claim that they can collect information from players(AML, under-aged gambling etc)


Front and back of credit card? Crazy.

Can you tell me how will you protect players if Ignition steal money from them?

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You stopped advertising Bovada but you are promoting ignition. Any particular reason?

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June 03, 2018, 12:18:08 AM
Last edit: June 03, 2018, 08:56:17 PM by game-protect
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It was your colleague marlboroza who asked for licenses. Cheesy

But I want to gamble on licensed casino.
Where should I search for license for casinos which are at game-protect's site?

You took that out of context(as usual)  Roll Eyes
I know that your posts are usually out of context! Roll Eyes


There is anyway no way Game Protect will cooperate with a foundation that finance organized crime with fees for a Curacao eGaming fake license!

Crypto Gambling Foundation is misleading! It should be called Organized Crime Finance Foundation instead. Wink
If you consider financing organized crime is a good marketing strategy, feel free continue doing so. I just inform the community about your behavior. Wink

No, you have no license! You pay Euro 10000s every year for a fake license!  Cheesy

Under which jurisdiction crypto-games and OneHash operate? You are advertising them.
1) Your question is out of context, because the Crypto Gambling Foundation is Primedice and Stake and not Crypto-Games and OneHash! Roll Eyes

2) I do not advertise Crypto-Games or OneHash! The only site advertised on Game Protect is BetKing, as visible in the articles Curacao license scam 1668/JAZ, 365/JAZ, 5536/JAZ and 8048/JAZ and Curacao licensing scam casinos list | Please add operators here? and Online Gambling Scams!


Because shady operators like Fortunejack do not consider it as fair that such a service exists and could become expensive for them if held accountable?
Why is Fortunejack shady operator?
Because only shady operators pay people to post blatant lies and nonsense about online gaming consumer protection service!

Furthermore, meanwhile I am wondering why FortuneJack is able to pay a permanent signature campaign while other casinos are not? I mean if it is profitable to have a permanent signature campaign, why other casinos does not have it? This highly indicates that something is odd at FortuneJack!

If I was a player, I would 100% sure not play there!

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June 03, 2018, 02:25:14 AM
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Why is Fortunejack shady operator?
Because only shady operators pay people to post blatant lies and nonsense about online gaming consumer protection service!

That's some serious accusations you are making here.
Do you have any element to back your claim ?

The reply I do here serve primarily to warn whoever has a bit of insight not to engage in trade with you.
Your posts are a perfect example of the nonsense you can give to anybody contacting you, and how you elude problems.

If there was a gaming consumer protection service ran by someone with a sane mind, I'd much rather vouch for it and maybe even help them.
That is not your case. From my perspective, which is shared by other users around, you are not someone thinking straight and clearly.
You are playing with words, eluding questions that put you in difficulty.
Really that's a childish behavior. And you call yourself "online gaming consumer protection" ?
You aren't even able to protect yourself, you keep running away. What a joke.

You are free to believe what you want, but just because you believe in something doesn't automatically make it true.
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1) Your question is out of context, because the Crypto Gambling Foundation is Primedice and Stake and not Crypto-Games and OneHash! Roll Eyes
You are playing dumb as usual and avoiding question.
2) I do not advertise Crypto-Games or OneHash!
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I mean if it is rentable to have a permanent signature campaign, why other casinos does not have it?
This statement is false.
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Because only shady operators pay people to post blatant lies and nonsense about online gaming consumer protection service!
Quoted for record - another game-protect's conspiracy theory.

Answer questions:
1) Under which jurisdiction crypto-games and OneHash operate? You are advertising them.
2) Why is Fortunejack shady operator?
3) Can you tell me how will you protect players if unlicensed casino Ignition steal money from them?
4) You stopped advertising Bovada but you are promoting Ignition. Any particular reason?

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2) I do not advertise Crypto-Games or OneHash!
Quoted for record that game protect is lying again.
Can you also quote the record where Game Protect advertises Crypto-Games or OneHash?


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I mean if it is rentable to have a permanent signature campaign, why other casinos does not have it?
This statement question is false.
Which part of the question is false?

The FortuneJack permanent signature campaign is not profitable?


Answer questions:
1) Under which jurisdiction crypto-games and OneHash operate?
I do not know where they have their offices.

You are advertising them.
Where?


2) Why is Fortunejack shady operator?
Because

They pay people to post blatant lies and nonsense about online gaming consumer protection service.

Have issues to pay out larger amounts or never and customers have to wait several months!

Warning for Fortunejack (1.2 BTC locked in the account)

Meanwhile I am wondering why FortuneJack is able to pay a permanent signature campaign while other casinos are not? I mean if it is profitable to have a permanent signature campaign, why other casinos do not have it? This highly indicates that something is odd at FortuneJack!

I assume FortuneJack cheats players and affiliates to finance their senseless permanent signature campaign. Because if you pay accounts to post blatant lies and nonsense about online gaming consumer protection service, this is usually not profitable for an online casino brand. Because in the online gambling market trust plays an important role.


3) Can you tell me how will you protect players if unlicensed casino Ignition steal money from them?
Another blatant lie in the name of FortuneJack!

Please quote where Game Protect states that we protect players if a casino steals their money?


4) You stopped advertising Bovada but you are promoting Ignition. Any particular reason?
Another blatant lie in the name of FortuneJack!

Game Protect neither advertises Bovada nor promotes Ignition! Ask questions connected to the reality or you simply will not receive a response.

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June 03, 2018, 01:46:14 PM
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Why is Fortunejack shady operator?
Because only shady operators pay people to post blatant lies and nonsense about online gaming consumer protection service!

That's some serious accusations you are making here.
Do you have any element to back your claim ?

There are countless FortuneJack signature campaign posts in this thread to back it up and here are 2 examples!

What a day !
Thank you for finally admitting that the goal of game protect is to get the bitcoin gambling community further defrauded and have more damages.

Face the reality. No one is continuously reporting anything at your site and no one is asking your help. People are not stupid to use your shady service.

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June 03, 2018, 02:55:57 PM
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You do advertise crypto-games and ignition on your site though. You used to have fortune jack up until recently. May I ask why you stopped pushing FJ? (I don’t follow all of the threads so may of missed something)
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I feel like I have been talking to a brick wall.

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Answer questions:
1) Under which jurisdiction crypto-games and OneHash operate? You are advertising them.
2) Why is Fortunejack shady operator?
3) Can you tell me how will you protect players if unlicensed casino Ignition steal money from them?
4) You stopped advertising Bovada but you are promoting Ignition. Any particular reason?

You do advertise crypto-games and ignition on your site though. You used to have fortune jack up until recently. May I ask why you stopped pushing FJ? (I don’t follow all of the threads so may of missed something)
They had bovada too. Now they claim they didn't.

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Blacklisted: AskGamblers have been notified that Bovada casino is operating without a valid licence issued by a regulated authority. As a result we issued an official warning hoping that the operator will manage to solve the issue. Unfortunately, months afterwards, the casino is still operating without a valid licence which basically means zero protection for players in case of a problem with the operator and that is why Bovada is being added to our blacklist.

Any particular reason why GP stopped advertising Bovada and continued to advertise Ignition?

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Please quote where Game Protect states that we protect players if a casino steals their money?
Why do you call it protection service if you are not protecting players?  Grin

Just answer why did you remove bovada and you are still advertising ignition?

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