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December 28, 2017, 05:07:25 AM
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I wanted to share my experience with vegascasino.io who advertise themselves as trusted and instant casino.

I deposited about 150 mbtc the other day and was able to turn it to 310 btc by playing at various slots

I requested a withdrawal and soon after my account went under security review and the withdrawal was cancelled. The live support told me it will take around 24-48 hours. After 48 hours i tried log in to my account and it says the account is disabled.

I email them and they never replied.

I have lost quite a bit of money. So please be cautious when playing there because this might happpen to you
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December 28, 2017, 05:23:14 AM
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Sorry to hear that, but could you please provides us more proofs about this accusation? Maybe your deposit txid or other things that supports your accusation. 310btc is so huge amount of money, did you hit a jackpot while playing slots?
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December 28, 2017, 05:31:28 AM
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That's unfortunate to hear, hopefully this can still be resolved favorably. Given that there are numerous accusations against this website, I fear that might not be the case unfortunately. I'd suggest reposting this in scam accusations with a bit more information if you want to warn others/have a better chance of recovering your funds.
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December 28, 2017, 05:41:05 AM
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You turned 150 mbtc into 310 btc? Are you sure there is no misswriting there? It means you turned $2,100 into $4,600,000. Well, that’s a life-changing amount.

The problem is, there is no much you can do apart from reporting them, and they have been accused of being scammers in the past. I wish you the best of luck.
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December 28, 2017, 06:03:03 AM
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Sorry to hear that, but could you please provides us more proofs about this accusation? Maybe your deposit txid or other things that supports your accusation. 310btc is so huge amount of money, did you hit a jackpot while playing slots?

Yes of course . I have the deposit txid :

https://blockexplorer.com/tx/46d2297d20d606131bdfdba680c507317cc482e31c9404d4d54c0d94368dcd1a

I could show you my screenshot but unfortunately i can not login to my account anymore since they blocked me.

No i did not hit any jackpot. I was betting 1mbtc per spin and hit some wild cards and free spins once in a while. But it was not a jackpot for sure.

I would really appreciate if the bitcointalk community could help me get these finds back since i saw this casino advertise themselves on this forum as well


Might help but there is no guarantee. All you have for now is hope that you can get your money back or atleast half of it since its pretty big amount. I wonder why you didn't withdraw your bitcoins everytime you won 5btc or 10btc?

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December 30, 2017, 06:07:19 PM
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Hello!

I am the official VegasCasino.io representative.

Regarding this false acusation;

1. It was a 150 mBTC deposit turned into 310 mBTC.

2. User account(s) was/were closed and all funds confiscated because casino system connected more than a dozen of new accounts created that day.
All accounts had similar first deposits (around 150 mBTC) played rather fast & on big bets.
Accounts where the deposit was lost double-spent those mBTC and casino never received them.
Accounts where deposit was doubled transaction went through and withdrawals were made.

3. There are more pieces of evidence Casino has, but as this is already enough to see that it was an obvious attempt of scam and clearly an attempt of defrauding and abusing the system and nature of BTC transactions, Casino would rather not disclose everything (give more info to potential other people that will try to pull of same or similar things in the future).

Regards,

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December 30, 2017, 06:15:16 PM
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Hello!

I am the official VegasCasino.io representative.

Regarding this false acusation;

1. It was a 150 mBTC deposit turned into 310 mBTC.

2. User account(s) was/were closed and all funds confiscated because casino system connected more than a dozen of new accounts created that day.
All accounts had similar first deposits (around 150 mBTC) played rather fast & on big bets.
Accounts where the deposit was lost double-spent those mBTC and casino never received them.
Accounts where deposit was doubled transaction went through and withdrawals were made.

3. There are more pieces of evidence Casino has, but as this is already enough to see that it was an obvious attempt of scam and clearly an attempt of defrauding and abusing the system and nature of BTC transactions, Casino would rather not disclose everything (give more info to potential other people that will try to pull of same or similar things in the future).

Regards,

VegasCasino

Why are you not using the official VegasCasino.io account or an account from one of your other sites (sportsbet.io, bitcasino.io)?

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December 30, 2017, 06:17:06 PM
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The funny part is that other victims already warned him about the Bitcasino scam and Sportsbet scam and he ignored those warnings. This at least highly indicates that he intended to scam the vegascasino scam, because otherwise why would he deposit any money to these scams?

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December 30, 2017, 07:36:36 PM
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The funny part is that other victims already warned him about the Bitcasino scam and Sportsbet scam and he ignored those warnings. This at least highly indicates that he intended to scam the vegascasino scam, because otherwise why would he deposit any money to these scams?

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December 31, 2017, 02:00:53 AM
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Hi again,

As we changed part of our team a new account has been created in order to be able to reply to complaints, shall this be an issue please feel free to let us know.

Regards,

Vegascasino

Hello!

I am the official VegasCasino.io representative.

Regarding this false acusation;

1. It was a 150 mBTC deposit turned into 310 mBTC.

2. User account(s) was/were closed and all funds confiscated because casino system connected more than a dozen of new accounts created that day.
All accounts had similar first deposits (around 150 mBTC) played rather fast & on big bets.
Accounts where the deposit was lost double-spent those mBTC and casino never received them.
Accounts where deposit was doubled transaction went through and withdrawals were made.

3. There are more pieces of evidence Casino has, but as this is already enough to see that it was an obvious attempt of scam and clearly an attempt of defrauding and abusing the system and nature of BTC transactions, Casino would rather not disclose everything (give more info to potential other people that will try to pull of same or similar things in the future).

Regards,

VegasCasino

Why are you not using the official VegasCasino.io account or an account from one of your other sites (sportsbet.io, bitcasino.io)?
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December 31, 2017, 04:51:30 AM
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Hi again,

As we changed part of our team a new account has been created in order to be able to reply to complaints, shall this be an issue please feel free to let us know.

Regards,

Vegascasino

Hello!

I am the official VegasCasino.io representative.

Regarding this false acusation;

1. It was a 150 mBTC deposit turned into 310 mBTC.

2. User account(s) was/were closed and all funds confiscated because casino system connected more than a dozen of new accounts created that day.
All accounts had similar first deposits (around 150 mBTC) played rather fast & on big bets.
Accounts where the deposit was lost double-spent those mBTC and casino never received them.
Accounts where deposit was doubled transaction went through and withdrawals were made.

3. There are more pieces of evidence Casino has, but as this is already enough to see that it was an obvious attempt of scam and clearly an attempt of defrauding and abusing the system and nature of BTC transactions, Casino would rather not disclose everything (give more info to potential other people that will try to pull of same or similar things in the future).

Regards,

VegasCasino

Why are you not using the official VegasCasino.io account or an account from one of your other sites (sportsbet.io, bitcasino.io)?

You might want to provide some proof regarding this being a new account representing vegascasino.io. Otherwise, no one is going to believe you and your account might get red trust for impersonating someone. Just a heads up.

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December 31, 2017, 11:21:56 AM
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Hi again,

As we changed part of our team a new account has been created in order to be able to reply to complaints, shall this be an issue please feel free to let us know.

Regards,

Vegascasino

Hello!

I am the official VegasCasino.io representative.

Regarding this false acusation;

1. It was a 150 mBTC deposit turned into 310 mBTC.

2. User account(s) was/were closed and all funds confiscated because casino system connected more than a dozen of new accounts created that day.
All accounts had similar first deposits (around 150 mBTC) played rather fast & on big bets.
Accounts where the deposit was lost double-spent those mBTC and casino never received them.
Accounts where deposit was doubled transaction went through and withdrawals were made.

3. There are more pieces of evidence Casino has, but as this is already enough to see that it was an obvious attempt of scam and clearly an attempt of defrauding and abusing the system and nature of BTC transactions, Casino would rather not disclose everything (give more info to potential other people that will try to pull of same or similar things in the future).

Regards,

VegasCasino

Why are you not using the official VegasCasino.io account or an account from one of your other sites (sportsbet.io, bitcasino.io)?

You might want to provide some proof regarding this being a new account representing vegascasino.io. Otherwise, no one is going to believe you and your account might get red trust for impersonating someone. Just a heads up.

Sure, as moderators may see the account is registered with vegascasino.io email that proofs owning of the domain, also I guess nobody could answer this thread without checking the player account!Will be happy to provide more proofs.
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December 31, 2017, 12:05:03 PM
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Hi again,

As we changed part of our team a new account has been created in order to be able to reply to complaints, shall this be an issue please feel free to let us know.

Regards,

Vegascasino

Hello!

I am the official VegasCasino.io representative.

Regarding this false acusation;

1. It was a 150 mBTC deposit turned into 310 mBTC.

2. User account(s) was/were closed and all funds confiscated because casino system connected more than a dozen of new accounts created that day.
All accounts had similar first deposits (around 150 mBTC) played rather fast & on big bets.
Accounts where the deposit was lost double-spent those mBTC and casino never received them.
Accounts where deposit was doubled transaction went through and withdrawals were made.

3. There are more pieces of evidence Casino has, but as this is already enough to see that it was an obvious attempt of scam and clearly an attempt of defrauding and abusing the system and nature of BTC transactions, Casino would rather not disclose everything (give more info to potential other people that will try to pull of same or similar things in the future).

Regards,

VegasCasino

Why are you not using the official VegasCasino.io account or an account from one of your other sites (sportsbet.io, bitcasino.io)?

You might want to provide some proof regarding this being a new account representing vegascasino.io. Otherwise, no one is going to believe you and your account might get red trust for impersonating someone. Just a heads up.

Sure, as moderators may see the account is registered with vegascasino.io email that proofs owning of the domain, also I guess nobody could answer this thread without checking the player account!Will be happy to provide more proofs.

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Better to provide proofs already for people not to have doubts that you are the legit one not only just an another troll account just making false claims that they own the site. For OP's situation i wasnt so sure that its possible to hit up to 310 btc for just having a 150+ mbtc. You would really need extreme luck to reach that. Regarding on the exploit creating multiple accounts depositing variously as a result of doublespend is really a serious matter but this should really have a proof too.

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December 31, 2017, 03:09:38 PM
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Sure, as moderators may see the account is registered with vegascasino.io email that proofs owning of the domain, also I guess nobody could answer this thread without checking the player account!Will be happy to provide more proofs.


I did check your account, your email is hidden from public view. http://prntscr.com/hujcsc

Change it to public and people will then believe you. Maybe the mods can see your email if you registered with a vegascasino.io email, but they should not have to tell the public you are legit. You should.

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Sure, as moderators may see the account is registered with vegascasino.io email that proofs owning of the domain, also I guess nobody could answer this thread without checking the player account!Will be happy to provide more proofs.


I did check your account, your email is hidden from public view. http://prntscr.com/hujcsc

Change it to public and people will then believe you. Maybe the mods can see your email if you registered with a vegascasino.io email, but they should not have to tell the public you are legit. You should.

Correct me if I'm wrong on this, but basically you can register an account with an arbitrary email. The forum doesn't require you to confirm the email entered when you register an account. So just seeing vegascasino.io email on the profile page won't prove anything. I'm also curious how the OP managed to turn 150 mbtc to 310 btc. There might be some loophole or a bug that he successfully exploited and the casino doesn't want to pay him now, which is understandable.
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December 31, 2017, 04:26:25 PM
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Correct me if I'm wrong on this, but basically you can register an account with an arbitrary email. The forum doesn't require you to confirm the email entered when you register an account. So just seeing vegascasino.io email on the profile page won't prove anything. I'm also curious how the OP managed to turn 150 mbtc to 310 btc. There might be some loophole or a bug that he successfully exploited and the casino doesn't want to pay him now, which is understandable.

Oh wow, I did not even know that. I don't remember if I ever confirmed an email for this account or not to make it useable.

I think OP made a typo, 150 mbtc to 310 btc is too good to be true. Maybe he meant 150 mbtc to 310 mbtc?

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Sure, as moderators may see the account is registered with vegascasino.io email that proofs owning of the domain, also I guess nobody could answer this thread without checking the player account!Will be happy to provide more proofs.


I did check your account, your email is hidden from public view. http://prntscr.com/hujcsc

Change it to public and people will then believe you. Maybe the mods can see your email if you registered with a vegascasino.io email, but they should not have to tell the public you are legit. You should.

Agreed. OP is probably not lying, they seem trustworthy, but at the end of the day trust is earned and we don't just trust people for no reason.

With that said OP, you need to make your email public for this to be taken very seriously.
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December 31, 2017, 07:36:18 PM
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The funny part is that other victims already warned him about the Bitcasino scam and Sportsbet scam and he ignored those warnings. This at least highly indicates that he intended to scam the vegascasino scam, because otherwise why would he deposit any money to these scams?
Just as you posted here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=395617.msg26411515#msg26411515 & here just as you posted https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1458034.msg27270916#msg27270916

Bitcasino is the same as vegascasino and sportsbet working under the same .IO domain. Embarrassed
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January 01, 2018, 08:41:41 AM
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Sorry to hear that, but could you please provides us more proofs about this accusation? Maybe your deposit txid or other things that supports your accusation. 310btc is so huge amount of money, did you hit a jackpot while playing slots?

Yes of course . I have the deposit txid :

https://blockexplorer.com/tx/46d2297d20d606131bdfdba680c507317cc482e31c9404d4d54c0d94368dcd1a

I could show you my screenshot but unfortunately i can not login to my account anymore since they blocked me.

No i did not hit any jackpot. I was betting 1mbtc per spin and hit some wild cards and free spins once in a while. But it was not a jackpot for sure.

I would really appreciate if the bitcointalk community could help me get these finds back since i saw this casino advertise themselves on this forum as well

As much as we would like to help you, you need clarify more things here.
Can i ask why didn't you extract your bitcoins anytime before 310 BTCs?
Also can you please confirm what you're saying, You converted 150mBTC to 310BTCs??

Apparently an official representative is saying it was 310mBTCs so i assume you did a typo in your thread.
Do you agree to have opened "more than a dozen" new accounts with same deposits?

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January 02, 2018, 11:42:22 AM
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Sure, as moderators may see the account is registered with vegascasino.io email that proofs owning of the domain, also I guess nobody could answer this thread without checking the player account!Will be happy to provide more proofs.


I did check your account, your email is hidden from public view. http://prntscr.com/hujcsc

Change it to public and people will then believe you. Maybe the mods can see your email if you registered with a vegascasino.io email, but they should not have to tell the public you are legit. You should.

Thank you for the heads up, I have made email public.
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