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July 27, 2017, 08:00:56 PM
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I would just like to say to all, I told you so.

Also to Roboabhishek, you dumb-ass who keeps on protecting your "legit" employers!

Even yahoo gives up an employer if they turn into a scam! You are a reluctant to admit and accept back then when my scam accusation was still open that they are a scam! Tsk. Now better go wipe your ass with what you said.

To Paradice, go away scammers. You all know what you are doing, stop defending yourselves and just shut down your scam site!

Better watch what you say about me !!
I know you intentionally tried to rip my reputation in your thread and then deleted every reply I made on your thread when I asked for loan.. anyways i got loan from Darkstar.
I did want to bring everything on this thread coz this thread is not for that.

On the other hand ... Employee ? are u retarded kid or what?
I worked for their campaign till they had neutral feedback.
Also, The scam accusation you made I never said you are a liar !!!
I just said that could be a bug like I faced a few times on Primedice but my balance was not affected But never said you lied or anything related to that better see it again.
But you arrogant kid want to fight for small things when someone shares their views with you one which you disagree.

My loan thread has nothing to do here, I deleted your post coz it is spammy. I asked you to do one thing (ie signing a simple ass message) and you couldn't. How would I even rip your reputation there? Also there are logs that it got deleted by the way.

You know for yourself that you defended these scumbags in multiple threads and not just my scam accusation but also in their ANN and one of their games and rounds thread. Again, I reiterate, you can even check the trustpage of Yahoo, who returned the escrowed funds for a scam ICO. They returned it to the investors and they turned in their employers. In your case, what did you do? You continue to support their claims, say they were innocent, and bla bla fanatic supporter bs. If you were for justice, then you could have done the same as Yahoo. Indirectly, you still supported your scammer friends at paradice.

How was I arrogant in my scam accusation? Also take note, I never did even talk arrogant in my accusation, in fact they were the first ones to be hostile in that thread. 10mbtc was nothing, what I wanted was that these scumbags get closed down ASAP. Now look at where we are now. If we had these scammers closed the very moment I found their shitty way of running things then we could have avoided this kinds of steps they did.

Like what you are advertising, another gambling site that clearly was proven before scammed a player, and now you are also still supporting another one. Clearly talks great about you.

I am not only me who was supporting paradice. In the start after their -ve was removed by DT members for you i dont know why they removed it but i was feeling safe to help them.
But now you are blaming me for that ?
One more thing for you to learn about this forum! : You can support anyone until they are clean.
Not to mention I was only against MafiaCoin and DDice or whatever because everyone knows here that they both are same person and ran a multiple of scams. I was never against you.
I don't fear because I never did anything wrong. Everything I did was legal on this forum and never tried to pull a scam or helped anyone to scam.

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July 27, 2017, 08:07:01 PM
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Robo dude, you are still having the signature of a scam casino. Well proved and with bad intention.

At least stop replying and maybe find a better place to post. Don't get too many eyes on you, mostly because now you are just acting like a guy who knows he did wrong but.. nothing more.

So please. Forget about paradice.
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July 27, 2017, 11:49:37 PM
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I have a question though. How were they able to get hold of primedice's domain? From the screenshot of the phising site it says there clearly that it was "invest.primedice.com" and not a ".co" domain. Can someone just create a subdomain of a domain they don't control?

The domain they have is:

xn--prmedice-ukb.com


but on some browsers (I believe due to a chrome bug in handling the retarded puny code domain stuff, I believe) will show up as:

prımedice.com

which looks almost identical to primedice.com.   I think the chrome bug should be fixed by now though.


But anyway, then paradice.io took advantage of that to try scam people. Obviously it has nothing to do with SEO or anything...
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July 27, 2017, 11:55:44 PM
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I have a question though. How were they able to get hold of primedice's domain? From the screenshot of the phising site it says there clearly that it was "invest.primedice.com" and not a ".co" domain. Can someone just create a subdomain of a domain they don't control?

The domain they have is:

xn--prmedice-ukb.com


but on some browsers (I believe due to a chrome bug in handling the retarded puny code domain stuff, I believe) will show up as:

prımedice.com

which looks almost identical to primedice.com.   I think the chrome bug should be fixed by now though.


But anyway, then paradice.io took advantage of that to try scam people. Obviously it has nothing to do with SEO or anything...


If that's the case then i hardly believe that someone inside from paradice ditched them.
Because it's very hard to find that url it's not even on the google after your search it.
In the end it went good for everyone
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July 28, 2017, 11:55:12 AM
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I have a question though. How were they able to get hold of primedice's domain? From the screenshot of the phising site it says there clearly that it was "invest.primedice.com" and not a ".co" domain. Can someone just create a subdomain of a domain they don't control?

The domain they have is:

xn--prmedice-ukb.com


but on some browsers (I believe due to a chrome bug in handling the retarded puny code domain stuff, I believe) will show up as:

prımedice.com

which looks almost identical to primedice.com.   I think the chrome bug should be fixed by now though.


But anyway, then paradice.io took advantage of that to try scam people. Obviously it has nothing to do with SEO or anything...


If that's the case then i hardly believe that someone inside from paradice ditched them.
Because it's very hard to find that url it's not even on the google after your search it.
In the end it went good for everyone
Oh my god. That domain is so weird! How was that even possible?
How ciould they have made this domain look like that? This is cool and scary at the same time.
For sure these guys from paradice are master phishers and scammers to be able to do this.
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July 28, 2017, 12:13:01 PM
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I have a question though. How were they able to get hold of primedice's domain? From the screenshot of the phising site it says there clearly that it was "invest.primedice.com" and not a ".co" domain. Can someone just create a subdomain of a domain they don't control?

The domain they have is:

xn--prmedice-ukb.com


but on some browsers (I believe due to a chrome bug in handling the retarded puny code domain stuff, I believe) will show up as:

prımedice.com

which looks almost identical to primedice.com.   I think the chrome bug should be fixed by now though.


But anyway, then paradice.io took advantage of that to try scam people. Obviously it has nothing to do with SEO or anything...

Thanks Rhavar for clearing that up. From just looking at the link, I have no doubt that it would easily fool a lot of people! Good thing Primedice caught wind of it quick before someone could have been scammed by these guys! I never really thought this was possible, I can't imagine till what extent will these scammers go just for a quick buck!
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July 28, 2017, 12:34:53 PM
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I have a question though. How were they able to get hold of primedice's domain? From the screenshot of the phising site it says there clearly that it was "invest.primedice.com" and not a ".co" domain. Can someone just create a subdomain of a domain they don't control?

The domain they have is:

xn--prmedice-ukb.com


but on some browsers (I believe due to a chrome bug in handling the retarded puny code domain stuff, I believe) will show up as:

prımedice.com

which looks almost identical to primedice.com.   I think the chrome bug should be fixed by now though.


But anyway, then paradice.io took advantage of that to try scam people. Obviously it has nothing to do with SEO or anything...


If that's the case then i hardly believe that someone inside from paradice ditched them.
Because it's very hard to find that url it's not even on the google after your search it.
In the end it went good for everyone
Oh my god. That domain is so weird! How was that even possible?
How ciould they have made this domain look like that? This is cool and scary at the same time.
For sure these guys from paradice are master phishers and scammers to be able to do this.

yes it is true that the owner of that website is a master mind. what he did was so cool making that kind of domain is very hard for someone to think of.
there's still much to learn about web. pff
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July 29, 2017, 09:07:26 PM
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At the beginning of the emergence I'm not sure about paradice.io and i do not need to find out more about their site, i will leave it as soon as possible. This thread really made me feel lucky to have left them quickly.
So it is fake site that are you leaving how much are you confirmed about this website like I'm also confused about this website kindly confirm me about this website that I will have information that I will also stay away from these types of website because you know that it is not right so we need some attention to every each single website that we left quickly as possible.

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July 30, 2017, 07:55:59 AM
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good to see that website is now down.those website should be banned.
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July 30, 2017, 10:05:40 AM
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At the beginning of the emergence I'm not sure about paradice.io and i do not need to find out more about their site, i will leave it as soon as possible. This thread really made me feel lucky to have left them quickly.
So it is fake site that are you leaving how much are you confirmed about this website like I'm also confused about this website kindly confirm me about this website that I will have information that I will also stay away from these types of website because you know that it is not right so we need some attention to every each single website that we left quickly as possible.

Man, you really need to check your grammer because what you wrote makes no sense what so ever.

The website is not fake, the domain is just a trick to steal potential Primedice customers on their website. Many trademark issues with what they tried to do.

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July 30, 2017, 02:43:49 PM
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Well to be honest, by law they did nothing wrong. And this is a simply fact. For EU laws what they did is legal.

Also I can't understand why their topic is still active...


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July 31, 2017, 03:52:37 AM
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Well to be honest, by law they did nothing wrong. And this is a simply fact. For EU laws what they did is legal.

Also I can't understand why their topic is still active...

I'm pretty sure fraud is illegal in most if not all countries. They were misrepresenting themselves to be PD and pretending that PD was raising investments which they would just put in their pocket, that's outright scamming.

I think some people are misunderstanding what they were doing, view the picture on the opening post of the fake investment page they made.

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July 31, 2017, 08:32:15 AM
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Well to be honest, by law they did nothing wrong. And this is a simply fact. For EU laws what they did is legal.

Also I can't understand why their topic is still active...

No idea what EU laws are exactly but I am pretty sure they have a law against trademarks.

If I open up a store called "Applee" and try to sell cell phone and computers, you don't think I am breaking any laws?

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July 31, 2017, 09:13:28 AM
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Well to be honest, by law they did nothing wrong. And this is a simply fact. For EU laws what they did is legal.

Also I can't understand why their topic is still active...

No idea what EU laws are exactly but I am pretty sure they have a law against trademarks.

If I open up a store called "Applee" and try to sell cell phone and computers, you don't think I am breaking any laws?

If it was just a clone website that would be a minor issue. The bigger issue is imagine if "Applee" sold you computers that stole money from you. :\

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July 31, 2017, 01:58:14 PM
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Well to be honest, by law they did nothing wrong. And this is a simply fact. For EU laws what they did is legal.

Also I can't understand why their topic is still active...

No idea what EU laws are exactly but I am pretty sure they have a law against trademarks.

If I open up a store called "Applee" and try to sell cell phone and computers, you don't think I am breaking any laws?

If it was just a clone website that would be a minor issue. The bigger issue is imagine if "Applee" sold you computers that stole money from you. :\

Now-a-days, clone is the first step of a scam. In another instance, block-bet.info (which is allegedly run by known scammer girlbtc.com) has outright copied the long standing blockchain based gambling game chain-bet.com and now falsely claiming 1% house edge on their title.
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July 31, 2017, 02:30:40 PM
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good work stunna.


i hate scammers. glad still a few honest people in crypto gambling world

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