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March 15, 2016, 07:14:40 PM
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The xxxxx one is my Betcoin username but also the part before @ of my email address so not sure wether they got it: therefore posted the sender email address to see if some other Betcoin user match this one.


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Yes, that's the concerning part.  If the phishers ONLY had email addresses, it would be bad but the fact that they have emails + the corresponding user names means it's REALLY bad because that means that whoever stole or sold them had access to some sort of master database.  What I want to know is what else was on that database that was either stolen or sold?  I now feel like people's status points or at least VIP tier level was on there (which explains why different tier levels have gotten more or less phishing attempts) but what else?  IP addresses?  Passwords?  Private keys?
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The xxxxx one is my Betcoin username but also the part before @ of my email address so not sure wether they got it: therefore posted the sender email address to see if some other Betcoin user match this one.


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Yes, that's the concerning part.  If the phishers ONLY had email addresses, it would be bad but the fact that they have emails + the corresponding user names means it's REALLY bad because that means that whoever stole or sold them had access to some sort of master database.  What I want to know is what else was on that database that was either stolen or sold?  I now feel like people's status points or at least VIP tier level was on there (which explains why different tier levels have gotten more or less phishing attempts) but what else?  IP addresses?  Passwords?  Private keys?

Just to be sure I made myself clear enough: my email is xxxxxx@email.com and my betcoijn username is the exact same xxxxxx.

The pishing email I received start with dear xxxxxx: but being it present in both betcoin and firt part of email address no one can tell for sure they got that xxxxxx from Betcoin data because many pishing email I also receive on other email addresses I use start with dear and the part before the @ ( don't know how its called in technical language).

Also, in my opinon, don't think it's likely that the pisher targets mainly upper VIP status and only in a second or third istance lower VIP players: they always use to fire as many bullets as they can (being that bullets free of charge) so that thay rely on large numbers law.

So back to my post and not to be exploited: has some other betcoin player received this same email?

It came from this address:      Brenda Levy (LevyBrenda8304@triway.net.br)  (

with this subject:  FW: Payment Declined PIN-739263‏

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Dear xxxxxx,

Our finance department has processed your payment, unfortunately it has been declined.

Please, double check the information provided in the invoice (attached to this mail) and confirm your details.

Thank you for understanding.

Brenda Levy
Financial Manager



If so then we know something more, if not it is just one of the tons of pishing emails I recevie on every email address I use (job one included) and almost every person I know experience the same.

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March 16, 2016, 03:10:59 PM
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I want to ask .. if its mbtc 0, whether they could play in the freeroll. its a matter of fitting I click registering, can not,,, sorry i newbie. thk's. Smiley

Drop by www.betcoin.ag/support and visit a live chat member or submit a ticket and we can get you taken care of and playing in the freerolls now!  We run freerolls all day everyday.  Good luck and tank you for choosing us.

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The xxxxx one is my Betcoin username but also the part before @ of my email address so not sure wether they got it: therefore posted the sender email address to see if some other Betcoin user match this one.


Just my 1.2 mBTC   Tongue




Yes, that's the concerning part.  If the phishers ONLY had email addresses, it would be bad but the fact that they have emails + the corresponding user names means it's REALLY bad because that means that whoever stole or sold them had access to some sort of master database.  What I want to know is what else was on that database that was either stolen or sold?  I now feel like people's status points or at least VIP tier level was on there (which explains why different tier levels have gotten more or less phishing attempts) but what else?  IP addresses?  Passwords?  Private keys?

Just to be sure I made myself clear enough: my email is xxxxxx@email.com and my betcoijn username is the exact same xxxxxx.

The pishing email I received start with dear xxxxxx: but being it present in both betcoin and firt part of email address no one can tell for sure they got that xxxxxx from Betcoin data because many pishing email I also receive on other email addresses I use start with dear and the part before the @ ( don't know how its called in technical language).

Also, in my opinon, don't think it's likely that the pisher targets mainly upper VIP status and only in a second or third istance lower VIP players: they always use to fire as many bullets as they can (being that bullets free of charge) so that thay rely on large numbers law.

So back to my post and not to be exploited: has some other betcoin player received this same email?

It came from this address:      Brenda Levy (LevyBrenda8304@triway.net.br)  (

with this subject:  FW: Payment Declined PIN-739263‏

and this message

Dear xxxxxx,

Our finance department has processed your payment, unfortunately it has been declined.

Please, double check the information provided in the invoice (attached to this mail) and confirm your details.

Thank you for understanding.

Brenda Levy
Financial Manager



If so then we know something more, if not it is just one of the tons of pishing emails I recevie on every email address I use (job one included) and almost every person I know experience the same.

Yes, there have been many people who had their username mentioned in the phishing emails where it was very different from their email address.  That's why everyone was able to pinpoint Betcoin as the culprit so quickly.

My theory is that since it's such a closed community, the people sending the phishing emails have to be selective, especially after the initial one was sniffed out so quickly.  If they send the same email to everyone, more people will talk to each other and say "I got that email also, it's a scam, don't even open it".  If they send out less emails, they have more of a chance of catching someone distratced/unaware of what's going on.  And if they are going to send less emails it makes sense to target people who are more likely to have the most bitcoins. 

I instantly delete all of the phishing emails, so I'm not positive but I don't recall getting one exactly like that from that fake name, but I know I have gotten one or two "payment accepted/payment declined" ones from the Betcoin attack.  The two most recent ones I got this week were from "blockchain" and "bitcoincasino".  But make no mistake: your personal information that you gave to Betcoin was stolen or sold by/to people who are using it to try to steal your coins.
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March 16, 2016, 09:40:01 PM
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Around the time this happened I believe Betcoin asked everyone to change the PW...so it was probably a stolen case rather than a selling case...but cannot know for sure.  Can anything else be done to find out what really happened since Betcoin is not commenting on it?
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Around the time this happened I believe Betcoin asked everyone to change the PW...so it was probably a stolen case rather than a selling case...but cannot know for sure.  Can anything else be done to find out what really happened since Betcoin is not commenting on it?

I'm not saying it's a SITE WIDE CONSPIRACY!  I'm saying maybe a member of the support staff tried to get a little extra money on the side and sold a database the she (or he) thought was filled with benign information.  And then higher ups later found out about it and tried to mitigate the damage by encouraging everyone to reset their passwords while quietly phasing this support woman (or man) out of her position.  All the while not saying anything else to try to prevent backlash. 

Obviously this is a pure guess because Betcoin refuses to let it's players know how much of their private information was compromised, and how that information was compromised.  I mean, it's not like there has been any support woman (or man) who was very active on the forums and on the site and then since this incident has been oddly silent everywhere, so I'm sure I'm waaaaaaaay off.  Right?
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Nothing at all to back this up either but I think Darkdays theory is most likely to be true. Rogue employee/former employee/friend of employee seems very possible.

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March 17, 2016, 11:15:28 AM
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  But make no mistake: your personal information that you gave to Betcoin was stolen or sold by/to people who are using it to try to steal your coins.

Don't know what kind of personal informations you were asked and provided Betcoin when you first registered but mine are only a username a password and an email address (and of course a  couple of btc addresses for deposit and withdrawal purposes ..if you classify these as personal informations).

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March 17, 2016, 03:59:54 PM
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Is that any problem in betcoin.ag?
I couldn't open it Huh

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March 17, 2016, 04:41:46 PM
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Is that any problem in betcoin.ag?
I couldn't open it Huh

The site is working for me.

Try this: http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/ It will tell you if a site is down for everyone or just you (a possible problem on your end or in between).
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  But make no mistake: your personal information that you gave to Betcoin was stolen or sold by/to people who are using it to try to steal your coins.

Don't know what kind of personal informations you were asked and provided Betcoin when you first registered but mine are only a username a password and an email address (and of course a  couple of btc addresses for deposit and withdrawal purposes ..if you classify these as personal informations).

Most people would consider having their email address and PASSWORD compromised to be a pretty large breach of their personal security.  The problem is, since we don't know what information has been stolen/sold, we don't know what other information has been compromised.  Account balances?  Personal wallet addresses?  Private keys?  What do you think would happen if these people stole/were sold the private keys to the wallets that Betcoin keeps their coins in?  Do you think Betcoin would refund this money (which is the player's money)?  Don't you think this is important, personal information to know?
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March 17, 2016, 11:04:31 PM
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Is that any problem in betcoin.ag?
I couldn't open it Huh

The site is working for me.

Try this: http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/ It will tell you if a site is down for everyone or just you (a possible problem on your end or in between).

Thank you Junko for the assistance here and needmoney you can always send a support inquiry into support@betcoin.ag whenever you have an issue of any kind.  Thank you. 

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March 18, 2016, 05:52:12 PM
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Rakeback and Status Points Fix at Betcoin Poker

Programming has fixed the automation issue for rakeback and status points at Betcoin Poker that some people were experiencing.

https://www.betcoin.ag/rakeback-and-status-points-fix-betcoin-poker

We are excited to announce that programming has fixed the automated rakeback and status points that some players had to request manually. From time to time there still will be an error or two but simply submit a ticket and we will get this taken care of for you anytime.  You can submit at www.betcoin.ag/support

We thank you for playing with us and we are here for you anytime.


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March 19, 2016, 06:11:31 PM
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It is still not too late to join our amazing signature campaign!

Good morning everyone :-)

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Currently we're a pack of 50 Participants, 20% are Legendary members, 54% are Heroes, 24% of Seniors and one Full member Smiley
Thank you all for participating here with us.


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Well, it's good to know I am part of this signature campaign because Betcoin signature campaign is the best signature campaign IMO. Also, does that mean all spots have been filled, or there is still more room for new participants?
Thank you for the wishes, and I hope everyone will have a great weekend! Cheesy

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March 20, 2016, 04:40:53 PM
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Looks like poker is offline.

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March 21, 2016, 03:14:49 PM
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Poker Disconnection and Downtime

Persistent DDoS attack has caused disconnections and host has temporarily blocked traffic as it has slowed the network.

A heavy and persistent DDoS attack has caused service interruptions across our entire host and the host has temporarily blocked traffic to the poker server. We are told this block will be lifted in a few hours and more extensive DDoS protection will be added. We apologize for the inconvenience and will certainly keep you updated.


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March 21, 2016, 03:23:45 PM
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Major problem with this site.

Bet on a live soccer match (bet was for over 5 goals. game was in  72nd minute. game ended up with 6 goals)

Attempted to place the bet 5 times, and funds were taken from my account. (Funds for only 1 bet were taken).

As you can see in my list of transactions below, 4 of them were marked "canceled" and the other was marked "pending". All bets that are in process are marked "pending". So, I figure this bet is good....right? Wrong. Betcoin now claims that this got "stuck in the system" and my funds will be returned shortly. That's convenient, considering the bet won.

See the 3rd line item from the bottom below. Bet shows as pending, whereas the other 4 show as canceled. So, as the paying customer, I get screwed because of a glitch in the system? How is that fair?

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All poker systems are back up and running and we are monitoring it very closely. The host completely blocking all traffic to the server is what caused the ultimate problem and we are implementing some new DDoS protection features as well as weighing a variety of options. We appreciate your support and we will continue to work very hard to provide an exceptional place for you to play.

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