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Author Topic: FAIRLAY.COM SCAM REPORT! 1.235 depositted BTC STUCK WITH THEM  (Read 801 times)
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December 04, 2017, 04:31:12 AM
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This is day light robbery fairlay  Grin. If your lawyers really advised you on this course of action, then you should fire them. Sadly, you have handled this badly and it seems you have been badly advised.

You don't pocket a players money because you don't like their behavior or you think they are acting suspiciously. There are better ways of dealing with things like this without appearing like crooks, because you are looking like scammers now. I don't want to jump into conclusions but I hope you see reason and return the funds back to the betg, then look for ways to prevent him using your platform. If this re occurs after a warning, you may be right then to seize funds.

What other ways?

There are no ways of preventing him to access the platform again without establishing his identity.

Rhaver has suggested you surrender the funds to a government authority. They in turn can investigate your accusations. You are the ones committing a fraud in this instance, ignoring the user rather than reach a compromise with him would drag this on forever and harm your reputation. Surely, your brand is worth much more than 1.2btc?

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December 30, 2017, 11:40:12 AM
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MY DEPOSIT IS STILL NOT REFUNDED, THEY DO NOT ANSWER TO MY MAILS, STAY AWAY!!!
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February 24, 2018, 08:15:52 PM
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It's obvious that fairlay's behaviours is unacceptable since they are not authority to confiscate people's money at will!
That's the  reason i am sick and tired of centralised bookmakers/exchanges i can't wait for decentralised betting and bitcoin exchanges , that's the reason we need them asap
In the mean time i am more than sure that fairlay will pay multiple times the amount they confiscated due to customers lose faith to them after that
I would advise betg to inform as many potential users of fairlay as he cans about this
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February 24, 2018, 10:41:09 PM
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Our hands are tied as long as we cannot establish the identity of the user.  
The user aborted the KYC procedure when we asked for a simple proof that this documents were authentic.  Instead of getting a webcam, smartphone or simple camera to produce the proof the user aborted the KYC procedure and went on spending dozens of hours discrediting us.  

You do not want to pay the coins. Coins leaving your hot wallet is treated as revenue lost.

That excuse about money laundering won't easily convince people here to take your side. If you are genuinely concerned about money laundering, then you should have required KYC documents during the account opening or joining phase. Why was depositing coins perfectly OK but then you criminalized withdrawing them? If you are genuinely KYC/AML compliant as you claim, you would be applying the rules ahead of any deposit or even during the account opening stage and not when only when coins are to be withdrawn.

The verdict is simple: you are using every dirty excuse on the face of this planet to keep the coins. This is not fair play.

Fraudsters.

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March 01, 2018, 09:52:51 PM
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 Operating a Bitcoin Mixing Service is considered illegal in many jurisdictions or extremly shady at best. For that and many other reasons we will continue to ban people who are abusing Fairlay. Banning abusive clients and criminals is however only possible with KYC procedures.  We will not pay out funds to customers who abused Fairlay and failed to establish their identity. 

Just play by the rules and our terms and conditions and you are fine like 99.9% of our customers. 

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