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May 16, 2019, 04:45:13 AM
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Do not use any credentials to sign up that you think can be used against you....  I used a one time use fake password to test this site.


They give you a promo code to redeem for just enough to make one roulette gamble.   (0.0022 BTC)  They say you can withdraw it right away if you want to.

The website tells you otherwise that you need to make one gamble to withdraw. (ironically, 0.002 BTC minimum, and there's a 10% fee)

You make that gamble and win a large sum of $.

You try to withdraw and get hit with an alert telling you that it is necessary to send a deposit in order to do a withdraw.


Here's some screenshots.

FYI: as soon as I commented about it then started collecting screenshots to post in his thread;  it was deleted.    Oah the irony.


https://imgur.com/ujMbVXi
https://imgur.com/jIC2byw
https://imgur.com/FdJlVFh
https://imgur.com/2sykMsW




I suggest some forum moderators look into banning the linking of this website.
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May 16, 2019, 12:18:30 PM
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Well to be honest I tried one of those site before and I really feel like it is just a scam or something,
You would need to bet or play 1 round on their site in order to withdraw I tried it multiple times and I always lose I never won on it,
And besides I also think that they are just trying to get peoples user name and password that is why whenever you try a website that offers a free money never use the same username and password because they could just be collecting data's.
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May 24, 2019, 05:10:27 PM
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Yes, this method of knocking money out of the clients of gaming clubs on the Internet has long been used by greedy liars. I already fell into this trap about two years ago, but it's good that I didn't pay anything. I left my virtual winnings and tried not to think about it anymore, although the desire to pay was very great!
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May 24, 2019, 05:15:46 PM
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Yes, this method of knocking money out of the clients of gaming clubs on the Internet has long been used by greedy liars. I already fell into this trap about two years ago, but it's good that I didn't pay anything. I left my virtual winnings and tried not to think about it anymore, although the desire to pay was very great!


It takes a very undeveloped brain for someone to reach the rationale of:

"I can receive 1 that I am owed, if I send .6 before being compensated what I am owed"

I have noticed the scammers aren't changing their posting format or anything;  most of the new threads that are copies of this same scam, are being locked/deleted quickly;  but i am sure to negative trust and report the users anyways just because.
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June 12, 2019, 06:50:04 AM
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This needs to be in scam accusation section right?

New gambling site giving promotions might always get supicious when they ask us to deposit small amount to withdraw the reward money.
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