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November 27, 2013, 02:58:27 AM
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bitcoinsports.eu does NOT pay winning bets. 
It has been over 9 days since I was supposed to be paid.  I have emailed support and never heard a response for the dozen of emails I have sent.  Thanks for the support a--holes!
bitcoinsports.eu is delaying any payments due to:
"an issue with investments tallying the wrong totals"
as of Nov 14th, 2013.
bitcoinsports.eu latest excuse is:
"We are currently working through investment payouts, but it is taking about 1 day for each as we manually go through all bets for each investment."
as of Nov 26th, 2013.
One DAY for EACH investment?!?!  Are you f-ing kidding me?!?  But, yet I didn't invest and I am still NOT PAID for a winning bet.  Go f- yourselves bitcoinfraudsports!
bitcoinsports.eu is a fraud!
bitcoinsports.eu should be SHUTDOWN until ALL PAYMENTS ARE PAID!
DO NOT INVEST in bitcoinsports.eu
DO NOT BET on bitcoinsports.eu
STAY the F- away from bitcoinsports.eu!!!

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November 27, 2013, 03:01:01 AM
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Why did you post this from a brand new account? Assuming you have a regular account, you could've actually posted this on the correct board.
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November 27, 2013, 03:06:07 AM
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Why did you post this from a brand new account? Assuming you have a regular account, you could've actually posted this on the correct board.
You assumed.   Undecided
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November 27, 2013, 03:11:11 AM
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My mistake then, sorry. Once this post is four hours old, though, you should probably post it there.

(Also - and this is purely a friendly tip, I don't want to be mean - you should probably clean up the original post a little bit before you post this to scam accusations, making it a little clearer exactly how much you've lost to them.)
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November 27, 2013, 03:15:02 AM
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My mistake then, sorry. Once this post is four hours old, though, you should probably post it there.

(Also - and this is purely a friendly tip, I don't want to be mean - you should probably clean up the original post a little bit before you post this to scam accusations, making it a little clearer exactly how much you've lost to them.)

You're awfully picky about my FIRST post.  From the looks of your banner, you support the fraud.  Do you work for or associated with them?  If you cared to look at the forum posts, I am not alone in my accusation.
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November 27, 2013, 03:20:04 AM
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Sorry, I tried to make my last post as friendly as possible Sad I'm only saying you should post it in scam accusations because that's where people generally go after they've been scammed, so you might be able to find other people who've lost out. Nobody really checks the newbie board after they've "graduated".

To explain my signature: on this forum, a few companies pay rewards based on the number of posts you make per month while you're advertising them in your signature. This is my first week on the forum, so I haven't cashed out on that offer yet, and that could well be a scam too, but it does seem he's paid out so far.

I promise I don't work for BitcoinSports, and I hope you can get the money you deserve as soon as possible. I'm sorry you took my last post the wrong way.
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November 27, 2013, 04:11:14 AM
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Okay. So the reason I joined this site was because of the link to the forum provided by www.bitcoinsports.edu. I noticed that because I am a new user, I cannot post in that forum and was directed here.

Now, I am not here to make any accusations, as I will always give someone the benefit of the doubt until there is clear and verifiable proof that I have been scammed.

That said, I am very new to this whole Bitcoin thing (I think it's great), although I have been always been an avid sports better.

So because of the apparent ease with which one can deposit with Bitcoin onto one of these Bitcoin gambling sites, I decided to give it a try.

I found www.bitcoinsports.edu and was perplexed that you didn't even have to make an account and that you could just place a bet and send bitcoins to the address assigned on the betting slip. So, I gave it a try (betting/sending about $160 or whatever the equivalent that is in bitcoins) and sent the above amount within 2 minutes as was instructed to the wallet address that I was assigned.

https://blockchain.info/address/1KZgtEFeLUPCEuPgyyc2QHoTqJHN5HhvET (that is the hash?)
1KZgtEFeLUPCEuPgyyc2QHoTqJHN5HhvET (that is the address I was given)

I didn't even check the betting ticket number or write it down because I assumed it would be there on the left side when I clicked on "Bet Slip," but to my dismay, there was nothing absolutely. Of course, when you don't make an account, why would you expect it to be?

Now, I didn't even make an account (as you can't) so the only record I have of my transaction is that link above. Of course, I emailed bitcoinsports.eu@gmail.com but have not received a reply. Granted, it has only been a day and they may well be in the process of returning the money or perhaps they failed to receive the money before the time of the bet and could not process it accordingly. I mean, but how are you supposed to know any of this when there is no record of your bet for you to see?

Like I said, I am not here to accuse www.bitcoinsports.eu of anything because I cannot say that they scammed me as of yet. I also had another bad experience yesterday with a site called BTCSportsBet. Over there, you can make an account. So I made an account, deposited money (around $100 in Bitcoin) and the money was credited to my account. But the problem was that while I could place bets for games way down on the list, I couldn't place any bets for the games I wanted to bet on that were about an hour away. To clarify, you click on the game you want to bet on with your mouse button and a screen is supposed to pop on which you place your bets. So, I emailed support and they replied, saying that other users had no problems placing bets right up to a minute before the games and that I should use Firefox.

Well, shoot, maybe they are right, but never once was I not able to place a bet on any traditional online sportsbook because of a software glitch in which my mouse button couldn't click on a pop-up screen!

BTCSportsBet did, however, promptly, return my money.


THE POINT OF MY POST IS THIS:

My two experiences trying to bet with bitcoin on two bitcoin betting sites have been terrible. I was lured by the prospect of instant deposits and withdrawals, and perhaps others have had no problems whatsoever. And perhaps I will still get my money back or not.

Regardless, I have learned my lesson not to trust Bitcoin betting sites unless a big and reputable betting site such as Pinnacle Sports or Bookmaker starts offering Bitcoin deposits.

PLEASE BE WARY OF ANY OF THESE BITCOIN BETTING SITES AND USE EXTREME CAUTION IN DEPOSITING LARGE AMOUNTS. IF YOU'RE GOING TO USE THEM, ALWAYS DO SO IN SMALL AMOUNTS.


Thanks.





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November 27, 2013, 04:51:03 AM
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I feel your pain, donnykim.  Try bitbook.biz  They are highly rated (http://www.bitcoincasinopro.com/reviews), unlike bit365 aka BitcoinSports.eu aka bitconsports.  So far bitbook have been OK and pay quickly.  Fast deposits and fast withdrawals.  I'm always willing to give someone a chance.  But, I have had enough with a sportsbook that advertises "fast payouts" and then makes up excuses why they can't pay.
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November 29, 2013, 05:10:27 PM
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Just updating this to let everyone know that there have been no payouts to people waiting 2 weeks+.  I will update when this situation changes but this should be considered a scam until things change.
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