I agree that eWallets should indeed be put under greater security than mining pools or similar websites, however I don't think arguing about my age would do us any good.
With MyBitcoin disappearing and all, I understand many users are reluctant to use another eWallet service. With the many signs of fraud the site exhibited (ie disappearing accounts, no response from the admins) I think this was eventually going to happen.
I'm trying to build trust by being as transparent as possible in all of the website's ongoings (unlike MyBitcoin). My partner and I are currently in the process of building a new design (which looks quite sexy, I must say
) and within the new website we'll be detailing the aspects of security, the backend infrastructure (including off-site backups, updating the ToS, etc), and any other pertinent information regarding Bit-Bank.
Ideally, by doing this, I'll begin building trust with the BitCoin community, and users such as Martin would have no reason to doubt the legitimacy of Bit-Bank. But, for now, his doubts are justified - it's better to be overly cautious in a situation like this (especially when a competing site ran off with an extremely large sum of Bitcoins.)