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July 17, 2014, 02:50:31 PM
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I don't really know much about this contest or who won or anonitips, but just reading over this really quickly one thing was apparent to me.  Just because anonitips' facebook page says its website is anonibet means nothing.  I could go on my facebook and say my site was anonibet as well without any verification...  just something I noticed.  I'm not saying its not very sketchy though!

Ryank that facebook page made on 2011, when Anonibet was started their business, everything can't  be coincidence.

And anonitips just registered his account June 30, 2014, 11:12:13 PM. There is so many thing looks suspicious.

Yup. And why did he get panic and remove that Anonibet link soon after the accusation?
At worst, anonitips was/is an employee of Anonibet. From the interactions that I've had with Michael, he is very honest. There is no way that he would knowingly be involved in a scam contest.

Peeps, doesn't matter much, because when any company announce contest, they don't allow employee or related to company.
Other thing James was clearly denied that Anonitips ever related to Anonibet. He always said that anonitips also just another Anonibet user.
So many things need to clear from Micheal, and why he is not responding here after so much chaos, his silence also showing suspicions .

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July 17, 2014, 04:50:58 PM
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[Anonibet is covering the Canadian Football League, For competitive odds, visit www.anonibet.com
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July 17, 2014, 05:02:52 PM
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Anyone betting here should know that they are being accused of running a scam for the World Cup promotion


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July 17, 2014, 05:10:39 PM
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No one has been stiffed by Anonibet and they have been open for 4 years. 1st place winner received 10 bitcoins and the 2nd place winner is being ACCUSED of being a shill. You guys should be sued for slander by Anonibet.
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July 17, 2014, 05:14:48 PM
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No one has been stiffed by Anonibet and they have been open for 4 years. 1st place winner received 10 bitcoins and the 2nd place winner is being ACCUSED of being a shill. You guys should be sued for slander by Anonibet.

How do you know that? Length of time open != full trust

All 3 winners are suspicious imo. And you can go ahead and sue me for slander. You obviously have zero idea how that works.
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July 17, 2014, 05:23:14 PM
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No one has been stiffed by Anonibet and they have been open for 4 years. 1st place winner received 10 bitcoins and the 2nd place winner is being ACCUSED of being a shill. You guys should be sued for slander by Anonibet.

How do you know that? Length of time open != full trust

All 3 winners are suspicious imo. And you can go ahead and sue me for slander. You obviously have zero idea how that works.
Why would you say that? joeland won 10 BTC by winning the contest. He joined bitcointalk on 4/26 and then made his first post on 6/8. The post was in regards to Webetcoins. On 6/27 joelad made posts concerning the contest with Anonibet.

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July 17, 2014, 05:31:30 PM
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No one has been stiffed by Anonibet and they have been open for 4 years. 1st place winner received 10 bitcoins and the 2nd place winner is being ACCUSED of being a shill. You guys should be sued for slander by Anonibet.

How do you know that? Length of time open != full trust

All 3 winners are suspicious imo. And you can go ahead and sue me for slander. You obviously have zero idea how that works.
Why would you say that? joeland won 10 BTC by winning the contest. He joined bitcointalk on 4/26 and then made his first post on 6/8. The post was in regards to Webetcoins. On 6/27 joelad made posts concerning the contest with Anonibet.

Peepsplace why you are defending Anonibet, they are even not defending themselves. Do you have any personal interest with Anonibet.

You are not even employee of Anonibet, what is going on. Now more suspicions around.

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July 17, 2014, 05:34:34 PM
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No one has been stiffed by Anonibet and they have been open for 4 years. 1st place winner received 10 bitcoins and the 2nd place winner is being ACCUSED of being a shill. You guys should be sued for slander by Anonibet.

How do you know that? Length of time open != full trust

All 3 winners are suspicious imo. And you can go ahead and sue me for slander. You obviously have zero idea how that works.
Why would you say that? joeland won 10 BTC by winning the contest. He joined bitcointalk on 4/26 and then made his first post on 6/8. The post was in regards to Webetcoins. On 6/27 joelad made posts concerning the contest with Anonibet.

I wasn't part of this contest but I was monitoring it to see the status of who was playing. The way in which 3 accounts with no posts came in with huge betslips to win every slot is suspicious however you look at. The evidence presented here with anonitips just confirmed what I was thinking. There should be a relatively easy way for anonibet to prove these were real entries and the prizes were paid out properly.
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July 18, 2014, 05:01:29 AM
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Who cares I like Anonibet... They didn't steal any money... Sry to sound rude but they have been around the longest..
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July 18, 2014, 05:29:35 AM
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Who cares I like Anonibet... They didn't steal any money... Sry to sound rude but they have been around the longest..

what do u mean they didn't steal?? ...if u disqualify their employees from the contest me and others will be entitled to 3btc, 5btc or 10btc prize!

that's stealing... &quite a lot!
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July 18, 2014, 06:05:53 AM
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The contest wasn't held properly,the meme contest winner should be the real one,not the one who was chosen after changing the rules at the end.That's the situation now.

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July 18, 2014, 09:44:11 AM
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Michael,

I understand your point. However, the fact is you were alerted to "suspicious activity" and it's been 6 days now with nothing to further bolster those claims. So the "suspicious activity" alert to halt my withdrawal was based on nothing more than me simply winning. The actions of your company demonstrate that as a fact as there hasn't been any evidence to support otherwise. This is a huge turnoff to players if your third-party providers says, "STOP!...don't pay him!...he won a lot...that's impossible...must have cheated."

If a player could indeed cheat your system (however unlikely that may be), you would think that there would be evidence to support it aside from winning. I won a decent amount fast (without cheating) and that is unacceptable for you guys. But you guys were the ones who put the double-up feature in place. You guys were the ones who decided to allow up to 5 double-ups within a single game. I've been to many casinos where they limit the double to just 1, or put a cap on how much you can win before forcing you to collect the winnings (ie., can't double over 50 credits, etc..) or disable it altogether. If you don't like the risk you took by having your game allow 5 double-ups with no credit cap, then change it. It's gambling, sometimes you guys lose too you know.

I know the allegations of me cheating will not be backed up by proof because there wasn't any cheating. I think the community will also agree with my position that having 6 days go by and have no smoking gun is enough. Again, if a player was to cheat your system then I would think after 6 days of issuing the "Alert" there would be some evidence showing exactly what they were doing, etc... All we have is the fact that I won...which is somehow synonymous with cheating and/or suspicious activity.  
did you receive your winnings after all?
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July 18, 2014, 09:50:27 AM
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Michael,

I understand your point. However, the fact is you were alerted to "suspicious activity" and it's been 6 days now with nothing to further bolster those claims. So the "suspicious activity" alert to halt my withdrawal was based on nothing more than me simply winning. The actions of your company demonstrate that as a fact as there hasn't been any evidence to support otherwise. This is a huge turnoff to players if your third-party providers says, "STOP!...don't pay him!...he won a lot...that's impossible...must have cheated."

If a player could indeed cheat your system (however unlikely that may be), you would think that there would be evidence to support it aside from winning. I won a decent amount fast (without cheating) and that is unacceptable for you guys. But you guys were the ones who put the double-up feature in place. You guys were the ones who decided to allow up to 5 double-ups within a single game. I've been to many casinos where they limit the double to just 1, or put a cap on how much you can win before forcing you to collect the winnings (ie., can't double over 50 credits, etc..) or disable it altogether. If you don't like the risk you took by having your game allow 5 double-ups with no credit cap, then change it. It's gambling, sometimes you guys lose too you know.

I know the allegations of me cheating will not be backed up by proof because there wasn't any cheating. I think the community will also agree with my position that having 6 days go by and have no smoking gun is enough. Again, if a player was to cheat your system then I would think after 6 days of issuing the "Alert" there would be some evidence showing exactly what they were doing, etc... All we have is the fact that I won...which is somehow synonymous with cheating and/or suspicious activity.  
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No he did not receive his winnings, we have not paid him. He emailed us and admitted he has manipulated the system. He came up with a proposal to get something from us, stating he is very wise and advanced on technology. He can post the email he has sent to us if he is willing to, we will not disclose his email as part of our privacy policy.


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July 18, 2014, 11:52:37 AM
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Michael,

I understand your point. However, the fact is you were alerted to "suspicious activity" and it's been 6 days now with nothing to further bolster those claims. So the "suspicious activity" alert to halt my withdrawal was based on nothing more than me simply winning. The actions of your company demonstrate that as a fact as there hasn't been any evidence to support otherwise. This is a huge turnoff to players if your third-party providers says, "STOP!...don't pay him!...he won a lot...that's impossible...must have cheated."

If a player could indeed cheat your system (however unlikely that may be), you would think that there would be evidence to support it aside from winning. I won a decent amount fast (without cheating) and that is unacceptable for you guys. But you guys were the ones who put the double-up feature in place. You guys were the ones who decided to allow up to 5 double-ups within a single game. I've been to many casinos where they limit the double to just 1, or put a cap on how much you can win before forcing you to collect the winnings (ie., can't double over 50 credits, etc..) or disable it altogether. If you don't like the risk you took by having your game allow 5 double-ups with no credit cap, then change it. It's gambling, sometimes you guys lose too you know.

I know the allegations of me cheating will not be backed up by proof because there wasn't any cheating. I think the community will also agree with my position that having 6 days go by and have no smoking gun is enough. Again, if a player was to cheat your system then I would think after 6 days of issuing the "Alert" there would be some evidence showing exactly what they were doing, etc... All we have is the fact that I won...which is somehow synonymous with cheating and/or suspicious activity.  
did you receive your winnings after all?


No he did not receive his winnings, we have not paid him. He emailed us and admitted he has manipulated the system. He came up with a proposal to get something from us, stating he is very wise and advanced on technology. He can post the email he has sent to us if he is willing to, we will not disclose his email as part of our privacy policy.



"Get something from you?" It's called a business proposal. In full disclosure to everyone, I did manipulate their game(s)...it's what I do. However, I'm still curious why you didn't address my concern over that last account I made Michael...the trap one? People probably won't understand what I'm referring to so I'll post my email and then you can answer that question. If Anonibet doesn't want my services, no problem...but they did not perform due diligence on one of the accounts I made and confiscated the deposit and winnings based upon it having the same characteristics of my other ones. Then they email me saying I manipulated the games and no funds will be withdrawn, even though I purposefully played that account legit...as a trap so to speak, to see if they will react the same way, AND THEY DID!  So the email sent to me about the Casino Service Provider investigating the account and saw manipulation was a LIE. That account was played 100% legit as it was a test for them...they should pay that one out. Anyway, here is my email so everyone will know what I'm talking about:

We're having quite the cat and mouse game, huh? We can both agree you have a glaring vulnerability with your online casino. We both know that they (Casino Service Provider) do not send alerts to you warning of suspicious activity right away, if at all. At first I thought the accounts were on hold because of the exploit but soon realized it's undetectable (as evidenced by it not being fixed) and the holds are based on newly created accounts mixed in with types of games played and how fast I cashout, etc... This was easy to spot after enough cashout tests. It's apparent that if a cashout comes through with the above-mentioned characteristics it will be put on hold. Not a problem for me cause I can simply blend it in. You may think you "got me" with stopping accounts from being cashed out but you were giving me what I wanted...information. I know exactly what to do now in order to stay under the radar. As each test/account goes by I gain more and more information.

Yesterday I made a new account (kincaidsupplies@hotmail.com), played the same game (blackjack) and cashed out right away. However, this time I didn't deploy the exploit on purpose...not once. I believed so strongly that you would react the same way because it followed the same exact patterns as mentioned above minus the exploit. This was another test...to see if you can distinguish the difference between the two.  For some reason you labeled that account as being used to manipulate the software and the winnings would be confiscated. But we both know it was never really looked at and nothing was found. I know this because I purposefully did not use the exploit for that account so telling me anything different would be moot. No worries though...I won't pass judgment on that based upon the adversarial nature of the business we're in.

So now that I know you guys are being way too over-reactive for any account that follows the same patterns, I have a new protocol for staying under the radar. Again, it's obvious you guys don't know where your weaknesses are and how to fix them. Interestingly enough, the exploit I have is actually only the first one I've tried on your site. When I find something I never continue testing for weaknesses until the current one is done with...in case you get a 2 for 1 on the fix.

Let me get down to why I'm emailing you. I'm offering a partnership of sorts where we agree to a fixed price for giving up the exploit and showing you where your vulnerability is for it. I'm also offering a partnership where we agree to another fixed fee for further testing on your site for more exploits. From my perspective, this makes the most business sense for both of us. I'm extremely confident in my ability to continue on with the exploit and scale it with a new deployment protocol in place, so I'm not at all worried about continuing to make money with this. Again, most of those "you caught me" accounts are nothing more than to extract information on how you are handling this.

I am enclosing a video which is my resume of sorts, one clip of which may be of interest to you. Feel free to respond back via email if you want to discuss this further. Here is the link: http://youtu.be/egkpf7ZvaiI  (make sure volume is on). Thank you for your time.
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July 18, 2014, 12:10:40 PM
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The contest wasn't held properly,the meme contest winner should be the real one,not the one who was chosen after changing the rules at the end.That's the situation now.

Finally I have someone understand me  Cry

Yes! they changed the rule and change it again and after I complained that rule they beaned me from Anonibet page and almost of my friends unlike that suck page already!

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July 18, 2014, 01:00:17 PM
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We can both agree you have a glaring vulnerability with your online casino.

thats scary shit! so are you saying that you found a security problem in anonibet that you can use to win every time until they go bankrupt?
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July 18, 2014, 05:43:54 PM
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Just read this thread for first time in a few days. Can assure you I am nothing to do with anonibet.  I have been playing there for a long time. The reason why I placed a lot of bets late on was because I wanted to try and win, and was lagging behind AnoniTips.  They don't need me to stick up for them, but I dont see how anonibet could be more transparent with how the contest was run, every bet had to be posted on a public thread.  Payment of the prize has also been received, as stated earlier in the thread.
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July 18, 2014, 06:36:07 PM
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Just read this thread for first time in a few days. Can assure you I am nothing to do with anonibet.  I have been playing there for a long time. The reason why I placed a lot of bets late on was because I wanted to try and win, and was lagging behind AnoniTips.  They don't need me to stick up for them, but I dont see how anonibet could be more transparent with how the contest was run, every bet had to be posted on a public thread.  Payment of the prize has also been received, as stated earlier in the thread.
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July 18, 2014, 07:15:10 PM
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Dear Anonibet Friends,

First of all I would like to acknowledge joelad for coming forward as he is the Winner of this competition. We held this contest on this thread so that we could be as open to the community as we ever could. However, it seems that those that do not want our success have used the platform to attack us. It is because of that that we are calling to all our Winners to kindly display their wallet addresses that they use with Anonibet, so that the community can see the light of this issue. It may not be the most comfortable thing to do for our Valued Customers who won prizes and we sincerely apologize, but it will probably be the best way to prove to the community that all winners have been betting with us for a long period even before the World Cup, and also some have withdrawn their prizes after they were paid to them. Forum members have mentioned an audit, and with the anonymous nature of Bitcoin, this would serve best to clarify any queries the disgruntled members may have.

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July 18, 2014, 08:49:59 PM
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Hi all, i see some of you still fighting over my 2.nd place, and i would like to clear things out as much as i can or know... please excuse my grammar mistakes as english is not my 1st language...

ok, i am betting on sports for the last 10 years, it has become my passion, i usualy bet at bwin or bet365, but not long ago, maybe 6 months or so i heard about bitcoin, and than i was looking for a poker site to play poker with bitcoins and somehow i crossed in to anonibet... i have previusly run a fb page caled G spot, and it didnt go as well as i wanted so after playing with anonibet i had a vision that maybe if i can get alot of likes i could recive payments for tips in BTC (for example 0.05 per tip.) so i started with anonitips on fb. I wrote www.anonibet.com on my page because i wanted people to know where i bet and where they can bet with their BTCs. in general to promote what i think is a good beting page, afterall the odds are better then the fiat competition... the page is up and running maybe for 2 or so months not since 2011... on the page is also one ticket from bwin(at that time i didnt have BTC so i bet on bwin), wich has a 5.5 odd won and i showd it.... I AM A REGULAR CUSTOMER, I JOIND THIS FORUM BECAUSE I BET ALOT and i thaught this competition was writen on my skin... so, if you have any questions for me, or what ever do ask... i will post my adresses on wich i deposit my btcs on anonibet soon probobly tomorow when i will have time to go trought my email...
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