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March 24, 2013, 10:10:33 PM
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The script wasn't working when I "played", so I had no chance of winning, but you won't give a refund?

I was wrong.
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March 24, 2013, 10:14:15 PM
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The script wasn't working when I "played", so I had no chance of winning, but you won't give a refund?

WTF? Guy, YOU WON and you recived your WIN! Take a look in your Wallet!

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March 24, 2013, 10:18:29 PM
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Now I know. betcoins.net is a total scam. 1pTXE3DUJvhaKxuSxGivRF6yYn2TN5nar  was a payment I received from a completely different source. I know that he's lying now. Please don't use betcoins.net! It is a one-way scam.

I was WRONG.
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March 24, 2013, 10:39:27 PM
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The script wasn't working when I "played", so I had no chance of winning, but you won't give a refund?

WTF? Guy, YOU WON and you recived your WIN! Take a look in your Wallet!

Okay, I apologize. How did you know to use that address? I was confused because I have a different label for 1pTXE3DUJvhaKxuSxGivRF6yYn2TN5nar that I had made some deposits to.

My apologies, I DID receive the BTC.
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March 24, 2013, 10:45:34 PM
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Why? Because you lost?

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March 24, 2013, 10:48:08 PM
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Guys, please look at the blockchain!

https://blockchain.info/address/1pTXE3DUJvhaKxuSxGivRF6yYn2TN5nar
He was betting via transaction e31298286e4794a6f684798b74e2ec8bf4d44ac965387313fee12ece0f721531 on 2013-03-23 18:18:56
and received his win 1 minute and 3 seconds later via transaction 2ad6ffe41c23b48ee7f134ff14e3ffac832f78ad171159acad6c2d8f9d2a7d1a on 2013-03-23 18:19:59

The win was sent from the adresses 1CuCsiTE1FFtNhSE8GZ7wRQciA8FppYgFA and 1CGoyGLKePzdFPDkviFckR4MjNUkWuNiCc which are adresses betcoins.net seems to use to transfer money into the casino / which are adresses betcoins.net has money on to sent the wins from.. These adresses aren´t tagged in blockchain.info, so they don´t show up as "betcoin", if you click on them, you will see that these adresses are related to betcoin.net.
A transaction is NOT send from the adress you send your BTC´s too in 99% of the cases. This is just how the Bitcoin protocol/blockhain works and is completly normal.
Feel free to lookup the betcoins.net adresses in blockchain.info ( for example https://blockchain.info/address/1N6weNFroYC54w54KMV3Pwb1mY2MeR3iJA ) and you will see many transactions where wins / losses are payed.
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March 24, 2013, 10:49:45 PM
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Okay, I apologize. How did you know to use that address? I was confused because I have a different label for 1pTXE3DUJvhaKxuSxGivRF6yYn2TN5nar that I had made some deposits to.

My apologies, I DID receive the BTC.
hey no problem Smiley nice to hear that! And congratulations on the win (even if its a small one) Smiley
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March 24, 2013, 10:53:58 PM
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Okay, I apologize. How did you know to use that address? I was confused because I have a different label for 1pTXE3DUJvhaKxuSxGivRF6yYn2TN5nar that I had made some deposits to.

My apologies, I DID receive the BTC.
hey no problem Smiley nice to hear that! And congratulations on the win (even if its a small one) Smiley

Can you please not accuse me of being a scammer? I called betcoins.net a scammer, but I was wrong, and I owned up to it. I made a mistake, it is true I don't understand how bitcoin works.

I use bitcoin-QT, which has LABELS. I had made a couple withdraws from a site, to address 1pTXE3DUJvhaKxuSxGivRF6yYn2TN5nar

Because the label was not Betcoins.net, I didn't recognize it. I made a mistake, I apologized, and I redacted my statements.

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March 24, 2013, 10:59:22 PM
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Okay, I apologize. How did you know to use that address? I was confused because I have a different label for 1pTXE3DUJvhaKxuSxGivRF6yYn2TN5nar that I had made some deposits to.

My apologies, I DID receive the BTC.
hey no problem Smiley nice to hear that! And congratulations on the win (even if its a small one) Smiley

Can you please not accuse me of being a scammer? I called betcoins.net a scammer, but I was wrong, and I owned up to it. I made a mistake, it is true I don't understand how bitcoin works.

I use bitcoin-QT, which has LABELS. I had made a couple withdraws from a site, to address 1pTXE3DUJvhaKxuSxGivRF6yYn2TN5nar

Because the label was not Betcoins.net, I didn't recognize it. I made a mistake, I apologized, and I redacted my statements.


I removed that part from my post Smiley
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March 24, 2013, 11:00:14 PM
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Thanks, I think it would be good (for noobs like me) if you noted that the payout will not go to the same address, but you check the blockchain for a recently used address, and send the BTC there.

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March 25, 2013, 02:05:59 AM
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I played one of the "games" on betcoins.net, is it a scam? I never got anything back (you're supposed to get a fraction back, even if you lose).

Edit because I was WRONG. I won using betcoints.net, and the owner made a lot of effort to help me.

Proof of my win:

https://blockchain.info/address/1pTXE3DUJvhaKxuSxGivRF6yYn2TN5nar

Thanks for the rectification!  Wink

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March 25, 2013, 02:09:51 AM
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i also rectified you on bitcoinratings.org

I'm back.
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March 25, 2013, 02:25:03 AM
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hope you all get sorted out this is not on
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