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January 31, 2018, 09:04:10 PM
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I had 0.31 litecoins lost 0.23, in my balance it should be 0.08 litecoins. But the account is at zero, and in the chat my messages do not place them. SCAM site, do not bet on this site
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February 01, 2018, 01:17:15 AM
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you do not post according to the appropriate format, this format:

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Scam report example:

What happened::
I saw escrow.ms's lolipop thread 4 days ago and placed a order for 1000 lolipops. After I sent him payment, he just went offline and never came back. I think he's a big liar and a scam artist. Stay away from him.

Scammers Profile Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=76380

Reference Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260070.0

Amount Scammed: 2 BTC/$176.40
Payment Method: Bitcoins
Proof of Payment:
http://blockchain.info/tx/b80f35cebae98fcbd8eb0e2eaea6def41f90ad01086ad830ba23094ac3c3b165

PM/Chat Logs: http://i.imgur.com/8UbLVSc.png
Additional Notes: I advise you to not deal with this user until this dispute is resolved.

how do you expect people to solve your problem if all you have is this:


and its history:

I had 0.31 litecoins lost 0.23, in my balance it should be 0.08 litecoins. But the account is at zero, and in the chat my messages do not place them.

You need to provide more proof


SCAM site

you just showed a picture. I think this is still not enough for you to convince people that the site is scam

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February 01, 2018, 02:47:05 AM
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you just showed a picture. I think this is still not enough for you to convince people that the site is scam
Regardless of what proof is required or not, we already know 999dice is a scam site. That should be made clear and the many threads surrounding the site in the Scam Accusations section are indicative of that very fact.

The site isn't provably fair. The owner steals funds. What more is needed?

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February 01, 2018, 09:36:57 AM
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you just showed a picture. I think this is still not enough for you to convince people that the site is scam
Regardless of what proof is required or not, we already know 999dice is a scam site. That should be made clear and the many threads surrounding the site in the Scam Accusations section are indicative of that very fact.

The site isn't provably fair. The owner steals funds. What more is needed?

Exactly. I personally think that it is quite dumb that anyone would even play on that site. If you want to dice with your bitcoins then there are simply so many better options than 999dice, 0.9% difference or less in house edge probably doesn't make that much of a difference in the long run, if you were an addicted gambler that is reinvesting everything you earn from gambling back into gambling anyways.

Plus, that is considering that the site is legit.

Jake has negative trust on bitcointalk and that should be enough to deter anyone from playing there. He didn't get a neg for no reason.

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February 01, 2018, 02:42:58 PM
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I had 0.31 litecoins lost 0.23, in my balance it should be 0.08 litecoins. But the account is at zero, and in the chat my messages do not place them. SCAM site, do not bet on this site
proof:
http://i66.tinypic.com/1zvygeb.jpg

In the image it says you lost

-0.231
-0.062
-0.016
-0.004

Guess what that adds up to, you guessed it right, around 0.31 so you are either not very good at math or something is missing here or in your picture. Unless you are saying that you still had 0.31 left when you placed the 0.23 bet.

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February 02, 2018, 01:52:59 PM
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Did you not put 999dice scam into google? It is the 4th entry https://game-protect.com/999dice-scam/

Or maybe bookmark Warnings list

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February 02, 2018, 03:05:35 PM
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this site is scam see image:
http://i64.tinypic.com/96klkl.jpg
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February 02, 2018, 03:30:01 PM
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this site is scam see image:


Rofl, gamblers are so funny. They think that losing on a casino = scam. You would have lost in any casino eventually, all casinos are basically a scam, you can't win. Do you not know that? Do you think you can win money long term? Why do you think casinos exist in the first place. A picture of you losing several times in a row won't prove a casino is a scam. Stop gambling in any site, better for you and your economy.

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February 02, 2018, 05:52:07 PM
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this site is scam see image:
http://i64.tinypic.com/96klkl.jpg

Rofl, gamblers are so funny. They think that losing on a casino = scam. You would have lost in any casino eventually, all casinos are basically a scam, you can't win. Do you not know that? Do you think you can win money long term? Why do you think casinos exist in the first place. A picture of you losing several times in a row won't prove a casino is a scam. Stop gambling in any site, better for you and your economy.


I tripled my money!
This second image is not mine, it is from another person, in the image you see that the last red bet is a real scam.
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February 03, 2018, 12:12:18 AM
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this site is scam see image:


Rofl, gamblers are so funny. They think that losing on a casino = scam. You would have lost in any casino eventually, all casinos are basically a scam, you can't win. Do you not know that? Do you think you can win money long term? Why do you think casinos exist in the first place. A picture of you losing several times in a row won't prove a casino is a scam. Stop gambling in any site, better for you and your economy.


I tripled my money!
This second image is not mine, it is from another person, in the image you see that the last red bet is a real scam.

And why would the last bet be a scam? Are you saying it's impossible to happen? Because it isn't. I have seen far worse luck than that, you are bound to lose when gambling, it's math, not a scam. Although the site could be a scam, I don't know, what I'm saying is that a ton of people like you will call any casino a scam because they lost too much.

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