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August 06, 2018, 06:49:18 PM
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If I was to give my piece of mind from what I've already researched, this is a legit project. I'm an investor also and I know how to tell a good project, period

It is not, the people behind it don't actually exist.

If I was to give my piece of mind from what I've already researched, this is a legit project. I'm an investor also and I know how to tell a good project, period

They can buy their own token during the ICO period to make other people believe there are buyers and project is legit.

So Long as the admin details are available online and can be contacted when need be, I think there's no point in discrediting the work. Everyone must admit that it's a good project. Nobdoubt about it

Their profiles are faked from what it appears. One linkedin profile for all team members but no other details anywhere?!?! Why would an entire team somehow not exist online ?


They wont ANSWER ANY questions because the project has no intentions to launch and every "positive" post is just a shill.


Wasn't aware this was the thread that details of the actual project could be discussed...sorry for posting in wrong thread earlier.

Our exchange in the bounty thread was left with no answers to all the flaws in the projects "business plan"

Tombola ICO is a Scam waiting to happen. Anyone sending them money deserves to lose it.

People don't start gambling sites with the same name as existing gambling sites... they also don't put terrible math on their whitepaper to convince investors they have a chance to turn a profit. They can't even offer lottery games from Honk Kong where they claim the company is based....

This is fake news

Tombola (the bingo website) doesn't care they are launching an ICO for gambling and have the same name ?

They can offer gambling services in Hong King when there isn't even a licensing process because the government runs it?

Everyone getting hyped about how much money they are claiming people can earn might want some actual details how they actually plan to launch a lottery with the thousands of other options gamblers have.

Are tombolo.co.uk and their regulatory bodies (Gambling Commission of Great Britain, Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner) aware of the Tombola ICO? Could there be confusion in the gambling market with two companies having the same name?

Is there any potential Tombola (the ICO) will have to rebrand? Possibly costing investors time and money after having invested in a project showing little knowledge of international gambling laws and trademarks?

It sounds like Tombola is trying to "sell" a picture of tomorrow to investors and price it however they want, rather than explain any bottlenecks that are obvious to anybody.

There are indeed several red flags in this project, including the fact that the team seems absent from their own thread. Moreover they claim that their Platform would be EOS based and then they seemingly don't accept EOS in their ICO.

How will they gain any market share when all the other online lotteries have existing customers and they have no track record?

Who did the competitor revenue calculations on their whitepaper, that assumes FortuneJack made $8 billion dollars?

It is an obvious attempt to take crypto from "investors" and run. Doesn't matter how many paid shills pretend it's a good idea.

I think customers in the market do not belong to anybody. They can shift as they do in other markets depending on many things such as service delivery, what they gain, security among others
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August 06, 2018, 06:55:20 PM
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One bitcointalk account owner by name "CryptoGamblingSites" is so jealous of this project and is fighting it with all his energy. I feel embarrassed on his behalf because his arguments are baseless and he obviously appears to be doing so expecting maybe a bribe as I have heard other projects do to silence such. However, it actually made some of us investors fall in love with Tombola and already I and my friend have set aside each $10000 to invest in Tombola. Tombola has proved worthwhile and legit. We are investing, Come rain, come sunshine
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August 06, 2018, 06:58:30 PM
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One bitcointalk account owner by name "CryptoGamblingSites" is so jealous of this project and is fighting it with all his energy. I feel embarrassed on his behalf because his arguments are baseless and he obviously appears to be doing so expecting maybe a bribe as I have heard other projects do to silence such. However, it actually made some of us investors fall in love with Tombola and already I and my friend have set aside each $10000 to invest in Tombola. Tombola has proved worthwhile and legit. We are investing, Come rain, come sunshine

If this is true then it's so ashaming. I think I can describe it as stopping too low. I wonder why such an account has not been deactivated yet. Someone tag him
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August 06, 2018, 07:02:29 PM
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How will they gain any market share when all the other online lotteries have existing customers and they have no track record?

Who did the competitor revenue calculations on their whitepaper, that assumes FortuneJack made $8 billion dollars?

It is an obvious attempt to take crypto from "investors" and run. Doesn't matter how many paid shills pretend it's a good idea.

I think customers in the market do not belong to anybody. They can shift as they do in other markets depending on many things such as service delivery, what they gain, security among others

That is not true. Hong Kong for example, the government runs the lottery, they cannot just take customers from Hong Kong Lottery without the government trying to stop you. Think how big this is SUPPOSED to be, you really believe the governments everywhere don't stop them? It's TAX money.

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August 06, 2018, 07:02:45 PM
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One bitcointalk account owner by name "CryptoGamblingSites" is so jealous of this project and is fighting it with all his energy. I feel embarrassed on his behalf because his arguments are baseless and he obviously appears to be doing so expecting maybe a bribe as I have heard other projects do to silence such. However, it actually made some of us investors fall in love with Tombola and already I and my friend have set aside each $10000 to invest in Tombola. Tombola has proved worthwhile and legit. We are investing, Come rain, come sunshine

If this is true then it's so ashaming. I think I can describe it as stopping too low. I wonder why such an account has not been deactivated yet. Someone tag him

I just checked "CryptoGamblingSites" trust rating and he has been accused of numerously scamming and soliciting  for bribes. Just ignore the dude, he's somehow frustrated and appears to be dragging others to the mud he's already in
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August 06, 2018, 07:04:19 PM
Last edit: August 06, 2018, 09:19:03 PM by CryptoGamblingSites
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One bitcointalk account owner by name "CryptoGamblingSites" is so jealous of this project and is fighting it with all his energy. I feel embarrassed on his behalf because his arguments are baseless and he obviously appears to be doing so expecting maybe a bribe as I have heard other projects do to silence such. However, it actually made some of us investors fall in love with Tombola and already I and my friend have set aside each $10000 to invest in Tombola. Tombola has proved worthwhile and legit. We are investing, Come rain, come sunshine

No bribe. Obvious questions that whitepaper doesn't answer...

Why so hard to explain how tombola.co.uk is involved in project? They offer gambling since 2000....

Why so hard to explain how the legislation in every country for lotteries will be handled? Because the team behind ICO doesn't know.

Why does whitepaper have inflated revenue estimates of $8 billion for FortuneJack....does anyone believe FortuneJack makes that?

This is no different than any normal investor questions...no legit company has issues answering, we just can't get any for this ICO.

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August 06, 2018, 07:05:59 PM
Last edit: August 06, 2018, 09:21:45 PM by CryptoGamblingSites
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One bitcointalk account owner by name "CryptoGamblingSites" is so jealous of this project and is fighting it with all his energy. I feel embarrassed on his behalf because his arguments are baseless and he obviously appears to be doing so expecting maybe a bribe as I have heard other projects do to silence such. However, it actually made some of us investors fall in love with Tombola and already I and my friend have set aside each $10000 to invest in Tombola. Tombola has proved worthwhile and legit. We are investing, Come rain, come sunshine

If this is true then it's so ashaming. I think I can describe it as stopping too low. I wonder why such an account has not been deactivated yet. Someone tag him

I just checked "CryptoGamblingSites" trust rating and he has been accused of numerously scamming and soliciting  for bribes. Just ignore the dude, he's somehow frustrated and appears to be dragging others to the mud he's already in

no idea what you are talking about....  we received merit for warning people about two ICO's that appear dodgy. And we are grateful for that.

Why is it unbelievable that we just want answers about how this project will actually complete its goals?

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August 06, 2018, 07:07:05 PM
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How will they gain any market share when all the other online lotteries have existing customers and they have no track record?

Who did the competitor revenue calculations on their whitepaper, that assumes FortuneJack made $8 billion dollars?

It is an obvious attempt to take crypto from "investors" and run. Doesn't matter how many paid shills pretend it's a good idea.

I think customers in the market do not belong to anybody. They can shift as they do in other markets depending on many things such as service delivery, what they gain, security among others

That is not true. Hong Kong for example, the government runs the lottery, they cannot just take customers from Hong Kong Lottery without the government trying to stop you. Think how big this is SUPPOSED to be, you really believe the governments everywhere don't stop them? It's TAX money.

Does this guy know that the world population is slightly above 7.4 billion. Hongkong population is not even 0.1% of this. I believe there are so many customers globally
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August 06, 2018, 07:11:00 PM
Last edit: August 06, 2018, 09:24:19 PM by CryptoGamblingSites
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How will they gain any market share when all the other online lotteries have existing customers and they have no track record?

Who did the competitor revenue calculations on their whitepaper, that assumes FortuneJack made $8 billion dollars?

It is an obvious attempt to take crypto from "investors" and run. Doesn't matter how many paid shills pretend it's a good idea.

I think customers in the market do not belong to anybody. They can shift as they do in other markets depending on many things such as service delivery, what they gain, security among others

That is not true. Hong Kong for example, the government runs the lottery, they cannot just take customers from Hong Kong Lottery without the government trying to stop you. Think how big this is SUPPOSED to be, you really believe the governments everywhere don't stop them? It's TAX money.

Does this guy know that the world population is slightly above 7.4 billion. Hongkong population is not even 0.1% of this. I believe there are so many customers globally

How do they get licensed to offer in each country though? They cannot advertise without license, they cannot offer service without license in UK, America, Germany, France approval... they won't get that approval.

Australia, Netherlands, Russia, Italy governments trying to "take down" people who offer gambling services all the time in their country. There are people in jail for this all the time.

So how will the project get around that issue?

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August 06, 2018, 07:11:29 PM
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This CryptoGamblingSites is embarrassing the whole of bitcointalk. A good project is like a candle. The light has to be seen no matter what
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August 06, 2018, 07:15:31 PM
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How will they gain any market share when all the other online lotteries have existing customers and they have no track record?

Who did the competitor revenue calculations on their whitepaper, that assumes FortuneJack made $8 billion dollars?

It is an obvious attempt to take crypto from "investors" and run. Doesn't matter how many paid shills pretend it's a good idea.

I think customers in the market do not belong to anybody. They can shift as they do in other markets depending on many things such as service delivery, what they gain, security among others

That is not true. Hong Kong for example, the government runs the lottery, they cannot just take customers from Hong Kong Lottery without the government trying to stop you. Think how big this is SUPPOSED to be, you really believe the governments everywhere don't stop them? It's TAX money.

Does this guy know that the world population is slightly above 7.4 billion. Hongkong population is not even 0.1% of this. I believe there are so many customers globally

How do they get licensed to offer in each country though? They cannot advertise without license, they cannot offer service without license in UK, America, Germany, France etc approval... they won't get that approval. So how will the project get around that problem ?

They will answer you on that I'm sure, but just to ask, are you aware that lottery is doing so well in Africa?Do you know the number of countries there are in Africa? You just mentioned 4 countries there. How many are they in the entire continent? Just curious
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August 06, 2018, 07:16:44 PM
Last edit: August 06, 2018, 09:25:51 PM by CryptoGamblingSites
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This CryptoGamblingSites is embarrassing the whole of bitcointalk. A good project is like a candle. The light has to be seen no matter what

Maybe if we launched an ICO, like everyone who has an "idea" these days, we would be cool.

Unfortunately we are not that cool.

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August 06, 2018, 07:19:25 PM
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How will they gain any market share when all the other online lotteries have existing customers and they have no track record?

Who did the competitor revenue calculations on their whitepaper, that assumes FortuneJack made $8 billion dollars?

It is an obvious attempt to take crypto from "investors" and run. Doesn't matter how many paid shills pretend it's a good idea.

I think customers in the market do not belong to anybody. They can shift as they do in other markets depending on many things such as service delivery, what they gain, security among others

That is not true. Hong Kong for example, the government runs the lottery, they cannot just take customers from Hong Kong Lottery without the government trying to stop you. Think how big this is SUPPOSED to be, you really believe the governments everywhere don't stop them? It's TAX money.

Does this guy know that the world population is slightly above 7.4 billion. Hongkong population is not even 0.1% of this. I believe there are so many customers globally

How do they get licensed to offer in each country though? They cannot advertise without license, they cannot offer service without license in UK, America, Germany, France etc approval... they won't get that approval. So how will the project get around that problem ?

They will answer you on that I'm sure, but just to ask, are you aware that lottery is doing so well in Africa?Do you know the number of countries there are in Africa? You just mentioned 4 countries there. How many are they in the entire continent? Just curious

Africa LOTTERY? What? Try getting more people in Africa food, water, jobs and internet access, then worry about offering lottery there.
If land based lottery is popular, that doesn't mean everyone can go online and play EOS lottery. Use logic.

The biggest lottery offers are the MOST protected by governments who run them. America, UK, Australia, Germany, Italy etc.

If this project has done their research, they would be aware how many people are arrested by regulators in these countries yearly for offering gambling services without licenses in those countries.

They NEED the license or to BLOCK the country from their service....why cant they explain that in the whitepaper....

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August 07, 2018, 03:49:18 PM
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Hi people! Nice project Tombola. I think games based on blochchain is fair desicion. I have a question. After ICO TBL will be the only currency in Tombola games or people can use also BTC, ETH, etc.?
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August 07, 2018, 03:59:27 PM
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How will they gain any market share when all the other online lotteries have existing customers and they have no track record?

Who did the competitor revenue calculations on their whitepaper, that assumes FortuneJack made $8 billion dollars?

It is an obvious attempt to take crypto from "investors" and run. Doesn't matter how many paid shills pretend it's a good idea.

I think customers in the market do not belong to anybody. They can shift as they do in other markets depending on many things such as service delivery, what they gain, security among others

That is not true. Hong Kong for example, the government runs the lottery, they cannot just take customers from Hong Kong Lottery without the government trying to stop you. Think how big this is SUPPOSED to be, you really believe the governments everywhere don't stop them? It's TAX money.

Does this guy know that the world population is slightly above 7.4 billion. Hongkong population is not even 0.1% of this. I believe there are so many customers globally

How do they get licensed to offer in each country though? They cannot advertise without license, they cannot offer service without license in UK, America, Germany, France etc approval... they won't get that approval. So how will the project get around that problem ?

They will answer you on that I'm sure, but just to ask, are you aware that lottery is doing so well in Africa?Do you know the number of countries there are in Africa? You just mentioned 4 countries there. How many are they in the entire continent? Just curious

Africa LOTTERY? What? Try getting more people in Africa food, water, jobs and internet access, then worry about offering lottery there.
If land based lottery is popular, that doesn't mean everyone can go online and play EOS lottery. Use logic.

The biggest lottery offers are the MOST protected by governments who run them. America, UK, Australia, Germany, Italy etc.

If this project has done their research, they would be aware how many people are arrested by regulators in these countries yearly for offering gambling services without licenses in those countries.

They NEED the license or to BLOCK the country from their service....why cant they explain that in the whitepaper....

This post deserves some attention. Sure they should have access to everything other people have access, but you should focus on the most important things over there, and that is certainly not lottery. Improve their infrastructure, try make their lives better and not gamble their food money on your platform.

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August 07, 2018, 04:13:14 PM
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One bitcointalk account owner by name "CryptoGamblingSites" is so jealous of this project and is fighting it with all his energy. I feel embarrassed on his behalf because his arguments are baseless and he obviously appears to be doing so expecting maybe a bribe as I have heard other projects do to silence such. However, it actually made some of us investors fall in love with Tombola and already I and my friend have set aside each $10000 to invest in Tombola. Tombola has proved worthwhile and legit. We are investing, Come rain, come sunshine

Thank you Dear. We always ready to give our best service.
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August 07, 2018, 04:14:55 PM
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This CryptoGamblingSites is embarrassing the whole of bitcointalk. A good project is like a candle. The light has to be seen no matter what

Thank you for support us. Our project is legit.

And now we listed on Coingecko-  https://www.coingecko.com/en/ico/tombola
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August 07, 2018, 04:17:42 PM
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Why so hard to explain how tombola.co.uk is involved in project? They offer gambling since 2000....



tombola.co.uk is not our service. We do not know who maintain tombola.co.uk. Our project website is tombola.io/ and http://tombola.game/
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August 07, 2018, 04:19:57 PM
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this is a very good gambling, we are very interested in this project seems very promising, do you have a medium link ?? because I didn't see the review above.
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August 07, 2018, 04:23:22 PM
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this is a very good gambling, we are very interested in this project seems very promising, do you have a medium link ?? because I didn't see the review above.

Thanks dear for your valuable feedback. here is our medium: https://medium.com/@tombola
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