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December 30, 2017, 08:19:02 PM
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I have the intention to go to a lawyer, for the moment I tried to contact a few that could knew what is bitcoin, but I am not fiding as many as I wished.

Is anyone here able to give some contacts?

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Which lawyers did you contact and why would they need to know what Bitcoin is?

I live in a small city ~80k citizens. I talked with all my friends that are lawyers and I couldn't find anyone that can at least understand what the hell is bitcoin..

I am cheated and I have no way to get my money back
Do you live in Willemstad?

You have a claim against a company, how is this related to Bitcoin?

It appears you are captured in your mindset, like many other victims:

Lose $100s, 1000s or 10000s to criminals = fine. Spend some money to enforce your claim = no, no, no!

The criminals laugh their asses off about victims like you!

While I normally wouldn't bother wasting my time arguing with someone with -16 trust, you blew your cover in this thread.

OP (cosimplay22) = game-protect

- game-protect asks OP if he "lives in Willemstad," which after googling is the capital city of Curaçao
- What are the chances that OP lives in Willemstad???   Huh Huh  Why would you even ask that??  Huh Huh
- And if this was a real case, if he lived in Willemstad couldn't he go to court house on his own??
- game-protect is trying to get people to pay for his non-existent "service"
- game-protect is a shill, and a bad one at that
So far you did not argue with me, but stated only nonsense to mislead players to get defrauded by shady online gambling operators!

cosimplay22 said that he talked with all his friends that are lawyers and as his case is in Curacao I asked him if he lives in
Willemstad, because it makes only sense to speak with lawyers in Curacao if your case is in Curacao. But this is obviously too high for your shill brain to understand! Cheesy

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January 02, 2018, 07:19:23 PM
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I have the intention to go to a lawyer, for the moment I tried to contact a few that could knew what is bitcoin, but I am not fiding as many as I wished.

Is anyone here able to give some contacts?

Thank you
Which lawyers did you contact and why would they need to know what Bitcoin is?

I live in a small city ~80k citizens. I talked with all my friends that are lawyers and I couldn't find anyone that can at least understand what the hell is bitcoin..

I am cheated and I have no way to get my money back
Do you live in Willemstad?

You have a claim against a company, how is this related to Bitcoin?

It appears you are captured in your mindset, like many other victims:

Lose $100s, 1000s or 10000s to criminals = fine. Spend some money to enforce your claim = no, no, no!

The criminals laugh their asses off about victims like you!

While I normally wouldn't bother wasting my time arguing with someone with -16 trust, you blew your cover in this thread.

OP (cosimplay22) = game-protect

- game-protect asks OP if he "lives in Willemstad," which after googling is the capital city of Curaçao
- What are the chances that OP lives in Willemstad???   Huh Huh  Why would you even ask that??  Huh Huh
- And if this was a real case, if he lived in Willemstad couldn't he go to court house on his own??
- game-protect is trying to get people to pay for his non-existent "service"
- game-protect is a shill, and a bad one at that
So far you did not argue with me, but stated only nonsense to mislead players to get defrauded by shady online gambling operators!

cosimplay22 said that he talked with all his friends that are lawyers and as his case is in Curacao I asked him if he lives in
Willemstad, because it makes only sense to speak with lawyers in Curacao if your case is in Curacao. But this is obviously too high for your shill brain to understand! Cheesy

I beg your pardon, but where did OP say anything about a case in Curacao?  Huh

Again, unless you live in Curacao, no one knows what the hell Willemstad is, so you sound even more dumb by asking that.

Why would you assume that OP lives in Willemstad?  Or are you too dumb to realize the chances of him living in Willemstad are slim to none?  Think about that for 60 seconds...

OP hasn't been active in months, and you've since created new shill accounts in an attempt to push your "service."  Roll Eyes

As much as you wish you were a lawyer, you're way too dumb and non-trustworthy for anyone to take you seriously.

Speaking of, how's business?  I'm sure you've got tons of sportsbooks/casinos lining up for your "service."  Grin

You started this thread as OP, and are too dumb to cover your lying tracks  Tongue   

Maybe next time, wait longer than 1 hour to reply to your own posts.  Roll Eyes Cheesy



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January 09, 2018, 02:43:20 PM
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I beg your pardon, but where did OP say anything about a case in Curacao?  Huh
In the headline! Bitcasino.io = mBetSolutions N.V. = incorporated in Curacao = legal action in Willemstad = lawyer required in Willemstad.  Wink


Again, unless you live in Curacao, no one knows what the hell Willemstad is, so you sound even more dumb by asking that.
Yes, I live in Curacao. Is it forbidden?


Why would you assume that OP lives in Willemstad?  Or are you too dumb to realize the chances of him living in Willemstad are slim to none?  Think about that for 60 seconds...
I did not assume that he lives in Willemstad. I asked him if he lives in Willemstad, because he needs to ask lawyers in Willemstad and he said he asked friends and friends often live in the same city.


OP hasn't been active in months, and you've since created new shill accounts in an attempt to push your "service."  Roll Eyes
Are you angry that a lot of people will join our 100% cashback service: Bitcasino Sportsbet get all your deposits back for past 5 years!


As much as you wish you were a lawyer, you're way too dumb and non-trustworthy for anyone to take you seriously.
Did you meanwhile find out who I am?

2)  Your anonymity allows you to extort, lie, and scam anyone you feel, as they can't do anything about it.


Speaking of, how's business?  I'm sure you've got tons of sportsbooks/casinos lining up for your "service."  Grin
We already reached our goal and have sufficient info and documents about the Curacao license scam 1668/JAZ, sub-licenses have no legal basis!


You started this thread as OP, and are too dumb to cover your lying tracks  Tongue
If you are so concerned about lying tracks, why not call out the liar Jonathan who scammed Game Protect for 20 BTC?

Bitcasino.io victim scams Game Protect for 20 BTC = $300,000!

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March 17, 2018, 01:48:20 PM
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@ XarXymtroa

As you appear to be a gambling expert, one question please:

Is it a scam to false and misleading claim to be authorized and regulated by the Government of Curaçao?

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March 18, 2018, 04:40:02 PM
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You are aware about the publicly proven Bitcasino scam, but nevertheless promote their other Sportsbet scam site?

Supposedly before you start playing you should see people review about their site, already more than 100 bitcoin they have fraudulent results of people.
There are still many good gambling sites, you can see reviews using google search engine if you know it.
You can contact them about your complaint but I am not sure you will get a good response or you will not get a response.

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May 22, 2018, 10:27:10 PM
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I worked in this casino, found a hole in the algorithm and played by my own and won a lot of money,but they fired me for this shit, so fuck them.I m sharing this with you. The normal bet should be made after the third bet. Try on a small amount to make sure that it works. https://mega.nz/#!L6B3mQrZ!yF9tdyLT5Ors7ZGxkfx19r-kNwUa6U84k_gOXEneGQ8
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May 23, 2018, 10:09:11 AM
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I worked in this casino, found a hole in the algorithm and played by my own and won a lot of money,but they fired me for this shit, so fuck them.I m sharing this with you. The normal bet should be made after the third bet. Try on a small amount to make sure that it works. https://mega.nz/#!72RwSAgL!OApArVrQDMXh3ulATt7Ve-8YrXoL9e90697W9l0b_po
In which city did you work and your contract was with which company?

After you won they ask for KYC and you gave your real details?

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July 19, 2018, 11:11:00 AM
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Hi cosimplay22,

Your account was closed as we found you to be in breach of the T&Cs, it’s a right we, and the majority of other casinos reserve.
Our Player Safety and Assurance Team were in touch with you regarding this matter and offered an explanation via email.

Our security guys have a duty to protecting players and ensuring fraudsters are kept at bay.
We very rarely share case evidence publicly nor discuss our fraud detection techniques used for obvious reasons.

However, for reference please see the below T&Cs that our security team found you to be in breach of.
Unfortunately, as it often is in these cases on the forum, there were multiple red flags which led to a security review. 

2.1.16. You accept and acknowledge that we reserve the right to detect and prevent the use of prohibited techniques,
including but not limited to fraudulent transaction detection, automated registration and signup, gameplay and screen capture techniques.
These steps may include, but are not limited to, examination of Players device properties, detection of geo-location and IP masking, transactions and blockchain analysis.

Regards,
Bitcasino.io

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July 19, 2018, 12:57:35 PM
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Hi cosimplay22,

Your account was closed as we found you to be in breach of the T&Cs, it’s a right we, and the majority of other casinos reserve.
Our Player Safety and Assurance Team were in touch with you regarding this matter and offered an explanation via email.
According to your statement, you need to shut down your illegal and criminal casino operation instantly, because you breach your own terms and conditions! Cheesy

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3.10. We have the right to carry out “KYC” (Know Your Customer) verification procedures and access to your Member Account may be blocked or closed if we determine that you have supplied false or misleading information.


Our security guys have a duty to protecting players and ensuring fraudsters are kept at bay.
We very rarely share case evidence publicly nor discuss our fraud detection techniques used for obvious reasons.
How exactly can a player defraud other players while playing against your casino software? Cheesy

Dumb, dumber, dumbest, Bitcasino scam employees! Wink

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