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August 14, 2018, 04:19:12 PM
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The bitcasino.io fraud scheme is irrevocably crushed and very soon it can happen that the police will confiscate wallets and then customers will not be able to withdraw like it happened with btc-e.com!!!

Yes, if and after wallets are confiscated, you can submit your claim to the police, but the authorities will first take the $ millions evaded taxes and fees and we do not know if thereafter will be something left.

You are warned and if you will lose money it is your own fault!

If this doesn't happen, will you finally stop your "postings"?
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The bitcasino.io fraud scheme is irrevocably crushed and very soon it can happen that the police will confiscate wallets and then customers will not be able to withdraw like it happened with btc-e.com!!!

Yes, if and after wallets are confiscated, you can submit your claim to the police, but the authorities will first take the $ millions evaded taxes and fees and we do not know if thereafter will be something left.

You are warned and if you will lose money it is your own fault!

If this doesn't happen, will you finally stop your "postings"?

We can only hope  Tongue

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August 14, 2018, 08:02:53 PM
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The bitcasino.io fraud scheme is irrevocably crushed and very soon it can happen that the police will confiscate wallets and then customers will not be able to withdraw like it happened with btc-e.com!!!

Yes, if and after wallets are confiscated, you can submit your claim to the police, but the authorities will first take the $ millions evaded taxes and fees and we do not know if thereafter will be something left.

You are warned and if you will lose money it is your own fault!

If this doesn't happen, will you finally stop your "postings"?
If what doesn't happen?

Why should I stop posting and collecting proof of the scams?

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The bitcasino.io fraud scheme is irrevocably crushed and very soon it can happen that the police will confiscate wallets and then customers will not be able to withdraw like it happened with btc-e.com!!!

Yes, if and after wallets are confiscated, you can submit your claim to the police, but the authorities will first take the $ millions evaded taxes and fees and we do not know if thereafter will be something left.

You are warned and if you will lose money it is your own fault!

If this doesn't happen, will you finally stop your "postings"?
If what doesn't happen?

I'm honestly quite impressed that after 3454 posts here, you haven't accidentally learned how the forum works.
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August 15, 2018, 03:00:27 AM
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The bitcasino.io fraud scheme is irrevocably crushed and very soon it can happen that the police will confiscate wallets and then customers will not be able to withdraw like it happened with btc-e.com!!!

Yes, if and after wallets are confiscated, you can submit your claim to the police, but the authorities will first take the $ millions evaded taxes and fees and we do not know if thereafter will be something left.

You are warned and if you will lose money it is your own fault!

If this doesn't happen, will you finally stop your "postings"?
If what doesn't happen?

Why should I stop posting and collecting proof of the scams?

Honestly, what proof?

And obviously your claim that the police are going to be (whether physical on digitally) confiscating wallets.

What percentage of your claims have actually turned out to be true, just curious?

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August 15, 2018, 05:19:41 PM
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I'm honestly quite impressed that after 3454 posts here, you haven't accidentally learned how the forum works.
Enlighten me?

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August 16, 2018, 07:14:59 PM
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The bitcasino.io fraud scheme is irrevocably crushed and very soon it can happen that the police will confiscate wallets and then customers will not be able to withdraw like it happened with btc-e.com!!!

Yes, if and after wallets are confiscated, you can submit your claim to the police, but the authorities will first take the $ millions evaded taxes and fees and we do not know if thereafter will be something left.

You are warned and if you will lose money it is your own fault!

If this doesn't happen, will you finally stop your "postings"?
If what doesn't happen?

Why should I stop posting and collecting proof of the scams?

Honestly, what proof?
Amounts lost, scam.


And obviously your claim that the police are going to be (whether physical on digitally) confiscating wallets.
I know that you learn in Tim's dumb brain wash trainings to persistently state false things about the attacked entity, but everyone with eyes and a brain in his head can see that I never said the police are going to be!


What percentage of your claims have actually turned out to be true, just curious?
Make a list of my claims (with proof) and a list of false claims (with proof) and then we have the percentage? Smiley

But the key point is "with proof", so you will not be able! Roll Eyes

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August 16, 2018, 09:14:09 PM
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The bitcasino.io fraud scheme is irrevocably crushed and very soon it can happen that the police will confiscate wallets and then customers will not be able to withdraw like it happened with btc-e.com!!!

Yes, if and after wallets are confiscated, you can submit your claim to the police, but the authorities will first take the $ millions evaded taxes and fees and we do not know if thereafter will be something left.

You are warned and if you will lose money it is your own fault!

If this doesn't happen, will you finally stop your "postings"?
If what doesn't happen?

Why should I stop posting and collecting proof of the scams?

Honestly, what proof?
Amounts lost, scam.


And obviously your claim that the police are going to be (whether physical on digitally) confiscating wallets.
I know that you learn in Tim's dumb brain wash trainings to persistently state false things about the attacked entity, but everyone with eyes and a brain in his head can see that I never said the police are going to be!


What percentage of your claims have actually turned out to be true, just curious?
Make a list of my claims (with proof) and a list of false claims (with proof) and then we have the percentage? Smiley

But the key point is "with proof", so you will not be able! Roll Eyes

Ok...

1. Provide the amount of funds lost (and don't just state an arbitrary amount), link to threads/transactions, etc... I'm not denying or agreeing to any claims, just post some damn sources man.
2. As I've stated so so so many times, I've never met nor talked to Tim. Your claim that he's "brainwashed" me is so far from the truth. I have nothing to do with SportsBet.IO/BitCasino.io besides running a signature, which will eventually be removed on campaign end.
3. Yeah, you see, when you make claims / accusations, it's usually YOUR job to backup those claims with valid and truthful information; not the people around you.

You've been caught in so many lies, it's not even funny anymore. Give up the act man.

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August 16, 2018, 10:30:43 PM
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1. Provide the amount of funds lost (and don't just state an arbitrary amount), link to threads/transactions, etc... I'm not denying or agreeing to any claims, just post some damn sources man.
https://game-protect.com/bitcasino-scam/


2. As I've stated so so so many times, I've never met nor talked to Tim. Your claim that he's "brainwashed" me is so far from the truth. I have nothing to do with SportsBet.IO/BitCasino.io besides running a signature, which will eventually be removed on campaign end.
I never said he brainwashed you! I said you use the same dumb brain wash style like the mastermind behind the publicly proven sportsbet scam you promote uses. Thats a huge difference in the real world. Wink


3. Yeah, you see, when you make claims / accusations, it's usually YOUR job to backup those claims with valid and truthful information; not the people around you.
I made the claim that the publicly proven bitcasino.io and sportsbet.io fraud scheme is crushed to warn people and yes I did not back it up. The reason why I did not back it up is because things are still going on and in organized crime fraud schemes with damage of $ millions and many people involved you do not publicise proof of it.

On the other side, when you and the other attackers and brain washers make claims like I am lying or this or that, there is no problem to publicise the proof of these claims, because it will not have any impact, understood?


You've been caught in so many lies, it's not even funny anymore. Give up the act man.
Are you suggesting that I am caught in something so many times, but you are not able to quote or show or proof it? Cheesy

This is exactly what dumb brain washers do and that is why I assume you joined Tim's dumb brain wash trainings. However if you learned it somewhere else you can tell me and I already asked you?

Why is it a dumb brain wash style? Because for someone with a working brain it is so easy to see and understand what you are doing!

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August 17, 2018, 12:27:16 AM
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Are you suggesting that I am caught in something so many times, but you are not able to quote or show or proof it? Cheesy


Ref: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1535816.msg44158041#msg44158041

One of many lies.

Also, a claim w/o evidence can be dismissed.

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August 17, 2018, 01:59:27 AM
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Are you suggesting that I am caught in something so many times, but you are not able to quote or show or proof it? Cheesy


Ref: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1535816.msg44158041#msg44158041

One of many lies.
Where?


Also, a claim w/o evidence can be dismissed.
Yes, and therefore I will dismiss all your claims without evidence! Cheesy

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August 17, 2018, 02:01:31 AM
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Are you suggesting that I am caught in something so many times, but you are not able to quote or show or proof it? Cheesy


Ref: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1535816.msg44158041#msg44158041

One of many lies.
Where?


Also, a claim w/o evidence can be dismissed.
Yes, and therefore I will dismiss all your claims without evidence! Cheesy

I literally posted a screenshot...

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August 17, 2018, 02:11:59 AM
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Are you suggesting that I am caught in something so many times, but you are not able to quote or show or proof it? Cheesy


Ref: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1535816.msg44158041#msg44158041

One of many lies.
Where?


Also, a claim w/o evidence can be dismissed.
Yes, and therefore I will dismiss all your claims without evidence! Cheesy

I literally posted a screenshot...
But I can not see it, because

1) Crypto currencies are not a form of payment.

2) We have lawyers and I have lawyers are two totally different things.

We = Game Protect has lawyers, but I personally have not.

For example, when I say we have $1 million, then it is possible that I have zero $, the second person has $ 300,000 and the third person has $700,000.

You see, even though I said we have $ 1 million, I fully said the truth even though I personally have $ zero.

Also, lying is intentionally saying the untruth! And with quoting random nonsense statements you can hardly prove lies! Wink

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August 17, 2018, 02:14:22 AM
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Are you suggesting that I am caught in something so many times, but you are not able to quote or show or proof it? Cheesy


Ref: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1535816.msg44158041#msg44158041

One of many lies.
Where?


Also, a claim w/o evidence can be dismissed.
Yes, and therefore I will dismiss all your claims without evidence! Cheesy

I literally posted a screenshot...
But I can not see it, because

1) Crypto currencies are not a form of payment.

2) We have lawyers and I have lawyers are two totally different things.

We = Game Protect has lawyers, but I personally have not.

For example, when I say we have $1 million, then it is possible that I have zero $, the second person has $ 300,000 and the third person has $700,000.

You see, even though I said we have $ 1 million, I fully said the truth even though I personally have $ zero.

Really you're going to take that stance. We vs I...

You're using the Game-Protect account, not a personal account. You're speaking on behalf of the company you operate. The fact you just tried to pull that should show the professionalism of your business (or lack there-of).

How many employees do you have working for Game-Protect? Or is it just yourself?

Crypto currencies are a form of payment, ruled by a judge. See message above. You've also posted before saying you accept Bitcoin as a "payment method": https://i.imgur.com/xDKOJeG.png

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August 17, 2018, 02:22:17 AM
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You're speaking on behalf of the company you operate.
Game Protect is an online gambling consumer protection platform and not a company.


The fact you just tried to pull that should show the professionalism of your business (or lack there-of).
You obviously have not the qualification to assess the professionalism of Game Protect. What you are doing is bad mouthing and attacking Game Protect with nonsense posts and separate fantasy dream world stories. But this of course nowhere makes us unprofessional. I think you have not the slightest idea what we are or how it works.


How many employees do you have working for Game-Protect? Or is it just yourself?
Game Protect has several contributors but no employees.


Crypto currencies are a form of payment, ruled by a judge.
Where is the court judge?


You've also posted before saying you accept Bitcoin as a "payment method"
I never said that Game Protect accept payments! And "payment method" and payment is not the same.

For example, Neteller or Skrill are called payment service providers. But if I send money to a friend I did not make a payment even though I used a payment service provider.  Cheesy

If I send money to an online casino using the payment service provider Skrill or Neteller, I also did not make a payment!

You see? Only because something contains the word payment does not mean you make a payment! Cheesy

In this sense "payment method" means value transfer method and not accepting payments. Wink
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because this thread is about the Bitcasino.io LIES, LIES & LIES!

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August 17, 2018, 03:26:15 AM
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The fact you just tried to pull that should show the professionalism of your business (or lack there-of).
You obviously have not the qualification to assess the professionalism of Game Protect. What you are doing is bad mouthing and attacking Game Protect with nonsense posts and separate fantasy dream world stories. But this of course nowhere makes us unprofessional. I think you have not the slightest idea what we are or how it works.

So like what you do when you leave negative rep. I can understand how your business works.
1. Revenue from referral traffic to your "partner" sites
2. Attempting to split a percentage from "claims" you "win"

Are you suggesting that Game-Protect doesn't generate a revenue and is not "for-profit"? Because based on your previous posts, it's pretty obvious you are.

The court judge was the european high court.
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/11948222/Bitcoin-is-tax-free-European-court-rules.html

You're logic is so flawed. Bitcoin is a "payment method". You try to spin your previous words and my words in order to create a response. You literally defined it as such in the aforementioned image. https://i.imgur.com/xDKOJeG.png

As you know, I've made quite a few posts on your other thread.

Debating with you is so difficult. Your inability to remember or understand what you have said in the past is what causes you to have to defend lies.

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Thought you'd guys like the continued harassment I receive from somebody related to Bitcasino and Sportsbet. After posting about their baseless cease and desist they sent me, multiple alts were made to harass me.

"WaffleLikesMen" https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2339588
This guy left one of the dumbest negative feedbacks I've ever seen, calling me a "stupid cunt" multiple times. As well as pming me calling me a fuckboy and other things.

Would you trust a company who has somebody like that "defending" them? Insane clown circus going on.
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Thought you'd guys like the continued harassment I receive from somebody related to Bitcasino and Sportsbet. After posting about their baseless cease and desist they sent me, multiple alts were made to harass me.

"WaffleLikesMen" https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2339588
This guy left one of the dumbest negative feedbacks I've ever seen, calling me a "stupid cunt" multiple times. As well as pming me calling me a fuckboy and other things.

Would you trust a company who has somebody like that "defending" them? Insane clown circus going on.

Whoever did that is completely immature, no doubt.

What makes you believe it's a alt of Sportsbet/Bitcasino though, just wondering? Did they say something in PM to suggest that?

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August 17, 2018, 04:50:42 AM
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Thought you'd guys like the continued harassment I receive from somebody related to Bitcasino and Sportsbet. After posting about their baseless cease and desist they sent me, multiple alts were made to harass me.

"WaffleLikesMen" https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2339588
This guy left one of the dumbest negative feedbacks I've ever seen, calling me a "stupid cunt" multiple times. As well as pming me calling me a fuckboy and other things.

Would you trust a company who has somebody like that "defending" them? Insane clown circus going on.
A dumbass not able to understand how this fraud scheme works, using an army of alt accounts and paid promoters trying to manipulate the mind of possible new victims with the use of mastermind Tim's dumb brain wash strategies, possibly would! Cheesy

Otherwise they would not spend so much Bitcoin for their propaganda.

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OP, your thread about this casino is turning into a mirror for your own activity now and less of an attack towards this casino's elegit wrong doings. It is derailing your effort to discredit the casino that you are targeting.  Undecided

Let the evidence speak for it self, if there are any truth behind it, because this is looking more like a personal vendetta and a collection of butthurt gamblers, that are acting out against a casino that might even be their competition.  Roll Eyes

If this casino is a scam, then evidence against them will pile up and they will cause their own demise. Your excessive efforts to take them down in this way, raise concerns and suspicion that this is not just a normal scam accusation.

We all know there are crazy competition between casinos and dirty tactics are used to discredit rivals, is this just one of those attacks or is this a genuine effort to highlight a legitimate scam site?

If you can prove that this is a legitimate effort to highlight a scam site, then I will commend you for your persistence.  Wink

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