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March 15, 2015, 08:11:52 AM
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I have to post since this is so funny. coaex is a known scammer and liar. He uses many accounts at the same books to arb and bonus abuse. He got caught because he is the only person to ever charge interest and used the same IP for a few accounts. He won't stop using forums and governing bodies to scam.

Prove your claims publicly or STFU - you or Anonibet can share all of my IP information, personal information, bet history here.

I have 1 account at Anonibet. I don't have any other account at Anonibet and never had.
Once I'm accused of this bonus abuse, I had submitted my personal and business information to Anonibet even though it was not necessary.
I can provide additional information as well to prove that I don't have any account at Anonibet.

I have proofs and history of my bets placed on Anonibet and other bookies.
I had explained how I bet at Anonibet and announced it to public for Anonibet to show everyone the distinction between bonus abuse and fair betting.
I opened the case to be publicly discussed.
Anonibet refused to make any explanation, refused all those calls while confiscating my fairly earned 5 BTC. That is the truth.
After this case, I stopped depositing to Anonibet and stopped betting until they clarify their bonus terms and conditions. However, I may or may not bet there for the future. Or I may bet there while double confirming my bets before the start of the event(s), asking their staff to validate each of my every future bet.
BECAUSE the bonus abuse is still a gray area which is not clearly defined in their terms and conditions and I'm pretty sure it's where their scam activity starts.

Moreover, I'm running an online store at Coaex.com - Coaex Precious Metals, we are one of the leading merchants dealing with Bitcoin and major altcoins.
Several Bitcointalk members (our customers) know my name and address. It's been on the internet for a couple of years.
We had processed thousands of dollars worth of cryptocoin transanctions and we had announced that our business funds at Coaex are segregated from the CEO's personal funds (in this case, me) which is used at betting. To be honest, the funds which I used at betting is a small portion of my personal funds and it's beyond Anonibet's limits. I'm using it just for fun and to identify scammers in Bitcoin ecosystem.

@Oregonmike: With a limited activity on Bitcointalk and as a new user, it's highly likely that you are a paid poster here, and yes, you may think that you can fool some kids with that. However the truth is different.
We insist that Anonibet is scam unless otherwise is proven! Some gambling forum moderators also decreased Anonibet's rating after this case. With all these proofs, we advise YOU to stop spreading your lies around, you are not dealing with a kid. Do not ever manipulate people.
Same person as Oregonmike, forgot password.

Shut up you arrogant ass. I'm amused at you using the forum to promote your business. You don't make up rules and interest rates. The interest rate gave you away since you've done it before.

I looked at your posts and this also helped make my decision. You lie right here when you said
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Anonibet is a clear ponzi scheme, holding people's money and delivering their winnings based upon deposits.
I suspect that they are insolvent

Anonibet can't reply to all your lies since they would need a full time employee to keep up with you.

@everyone: I am expecting official announcement from Anonibet along with my 5 BTC + daily interest rate, plus clear definition of bonus abuse with each possible case.
@Oregonmike: I am not discussing with anonymous, non-officials anymore. Our conversation is over.

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March 15, 2015, 08:24:50 AM
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I have to post since this is so funny. coaex is a known scammer and liar. He uses many accounts at the same books to arb and bonus abuse. He got caught because he is the only person to ever charge interest and used the same IP for a few accounts. He won't stop using forums and governing bodies to scam.

Prove your claims publicly or STFU - you or Anonibet can share all of my IP information, personal information, bet history here.

I have 1 account at Anonibet. I don't have any other account at Anonibet and never had.
Once I'm accused of this bonus abuse, I had submitted my personal and business information to Anonibet even though it was not necessary.
I can provide additional information as well to prove that I don't have any account at Anonibet.

I have proofs and history of my bets placed on Anonibet and other bookies.
I had explained how I bet at Anonibet and announced it to public for Anonibet to show everyone the distinction between bonus abuse and fair betting.
I opened the case to be publicly discussed.
Anonibet refused to make any explanation, refused all those calls while confiscating my fairly earned 5 BTC. That is the truth.
After this case, I stopped depositing to Anonibet and stopped betting until they clarify their bonus terms and conditions. However, I may or may not bet there for the future. Or I may bet there while double confirming my bets before the start of the event(s), asking their staff to validate each of my every future bet.
BECAUSE the bonus abuse is still a gray area which is not clearly defined in their terms and conditions and I'm pretty sure it's where their scam activity starts.

Moreover, I'm running an online store at Coaex.com - Coaex Precious Metals, we are one of the leading merchants dealing with Bitcoin and major altcoins.
Several Bitcointalk members (our customers) know my name and address. It's been on the internet for a couple of years.
We had processed thousands of dollars worth of cryptocoin transanctions and we had announced that our business funds at Coaex are segregated from the CEO's personal funds (in this case, me) which is used at betting. To be honest, the funds which I used at betting is a small portion of my personal funds and it's beyond Anonibet's limits. I'm using it just for fun and to identify scammers in Bitcoin ecosystem.

@Oregonmike: With a limited activity on Bitcointalk and as a new user, it's highly likely that you are a paid poster here, and yes, you may think that you can fool some kids with that. However the truth is different.
We insist that Anonibet is scam unless otherwise is proven! Some gambling forum moderators also decreased Anonibet's rating after this case. With all these proofs, we advise YOU to stop spreading your lies around, you are not dealing with a kid. Do not ever manipulate people.
Same person as Oregonmike, forgot password.

Shut up you arrogant ass. I'm amused at you using the forum to promote your business. You don't make up rules and interest rates. The interest rate gave you away since you've done it before.

I looked at your posts and this also helped make my decision. You lie right here when you said
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Anonibet is a clear ponzi scheme, holding people's money and delivering their winnings based upon deposits.
I suspect that they are insolvent

Anonibet can't reply to all your lies since they would need a full time employee to keep up with you.

@everyone: I am expecting official announcement from Anonibet along with my 5 BTC + daily interest rate, plus clear definition of bonus abuse with each possible case.
@Oregonmike: I am not discussing with anonymous, non-officials anymore. Our conversation is over.

Now you are saying that Anonibet is going to make an official announcement. LOL  It's over because you got caught scamming and promoting your business. Everyone sees through you. 
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March 15, 2015, 09:41:51 AM
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I had requested information from Anonibet's Michael Hoshford, also applied to SportsBookReview.com (SBR) and Bitcoin Foundation once more.
I will never give up until this case is resolved fairly.

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March 15, 2015, 11:24:16 AM
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I had requested information from Anonibet's Michael Hoshford, also applied to SportsBookReview.com (SBR) and Bitcoin Foundation once more.
I will never give up until this case is resolved fairly.
Oh no, you applied to SBR and the Bitcoin Foundation. Anonibet better cave to your demands of payment plus interest. Did you promote your business when you went to those two places?
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March 16, 2015, 04:49:41 AM
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I had requested information from Anonibet's Michael Hoshford, also applied to SportsBookReview.com (SBR) and Bitcoin Foundation once more.
I will never give up until this case is resolved fairly.

Dude your a idiot.. You so just tried name dropping your business.. You seem like a HUGE SCAMMER.. if you ask me anonbet is a really good company. Stop be a scammer coaex
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March 16, 2015, 08:06:31 AM
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I had requested information from Anonibet's Michael Hoshford, also applied to SportsBookReview.com (SBR) and Bitcoin Foundation once more.
I will never give up until this case is resolved fairly.

Dude your a idiot.. You so just tried name dropping your business.. You seem like a HUGE SCAMMER.. if you ask me anonbet is a really good company. Stop be a scammer coaex

I didn't like your tongue here but I should speak with the objective data and evidence.
We, as Coaex Precious Metals, does not have any unsatisfied customers nor have any disputes against us. Our feedback is 100% in several places, not 99.9%, while Anonibet have several cases ongoing with an average customer rating below 90%. This is the fact.
Depositing - withdrawing several times at Anonibet does not mean Anonibet is a good company or does not mean Anonibet is not cheating. I opened the dispute in this case and I will not give up until it's resolved fairly.
This was my final message to you. I'm not going discuss this case further with anonymous people, unofficials, individuals. The details of the case has already been submitted publicly in this thread.

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March 17, 2015, 05:39:56 PM
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Damn.. land of the free shut getting us shut out of Anonibet
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March 18, 2015, 04:49:13 PM
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anonibet, why did you send my withdraw with no fee?
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March 18, 2015, 08:40:27 PM
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Seems like a cool site, I might check it out. I love sports and usually bet with friends so I am going to give this a shot.

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March 18, 2015, 10:27:31 PM
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I would like to say that anonibet.com is really good service with very helpful support. One thing, who can I fault is that it blocked IP from my country, where online betting is illegal. This is very fun situation, because "fiat" gambling service eg. from Giblarat or UK allow bets, additional they promote their services in a local web Grin No one punished their, so I think that this policy is only difficult for users of the game. Bitcoin and services who they serve, should above than local, senseless law

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March 19, 2015, 02:19:59 AM
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I would like to say that anonibet.com is really good service with very helpful support. One thing, who can I fault is that it blocked IP from my country, where online betting is illegal. This is very fun situation, because "fiat" gambling service eg. from Giblarat or UK allow bets, additional they promote their services in a local web Grin No one punished their, so I think that this policy is only difficult for users of the game. Bitcoin and services who they serve, should above than local, senseless law

I agree it blocked my IP also Sad guess I have to find somewhere else.. I Didn't even know it was illegal in my area consdering there are casinos right up the road Sad
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March 19, 2015, 02:47:23 AM
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anonibet, why did you send my withdraw with no fee?
must of been a mistake or it was a small withdrawal or they're trying to spend as little money as possible

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March 19, 2015, 10:15:47 AM
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i got it, it took like 15 hours though
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March 24, 2015, 01:30:47 PM
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Does Anonibet no longer take wagers from US customers? I got a pop up message saying my IP address was from a country that considers gambling illegal. This sucks. Anonibet has the best selection for tennis wagering. Where else to go?
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March 25, 2015, 02:06:15 AM
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i've been using an anonibet affiliate link on one of my sites recently, and despite me tracking a lot of clicks, I'm seeing zero in their system. No responses to emails or messages via their platform either. I think from reading this thread, I probably should pull the link, as it sounds from here like the service doesn't work, am i correct? Or just intermittant?

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March 25, 2015, 11:51:24 AM
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i've been using an anonibet affiliate link on one of my sites recently, and despite me tracking a lot of clicks, I'm seeing zero in their system. No responses to emails or messages via their platform either. I think from reading this thread, I probably should pull the link, as it sounds from here like the service doesn't work, am i correct? Or just intermittant?

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March 25, 2015, 11:56:06 AM
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Does Anonibet no longer take wagers from US customers? I got a pop up message saying my IP address was from a country that considers gambling illegal. This sucks. Anonibet has the best selection for tennis wagering. Where else to go?

lol,  best selection?    Anonibet does not offer  game handicap  on tennis,
There is only 6 markets , that is nothing

use anonymous proxy   (try nitrogensports, cloudbet   )
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March 25, 2015, 02:47:05 PM
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i've been using an anonibet affiliate link on one of my sites recently, and despite me tracking a lot of clicks, I'm seeing zero in their system. No responses to emails or messages via their platform either. I think from reading this thread, I probably should pull the link, as it sounds from here like the service doesn't work, am i correct? Or just intermittant?

Please contact directly our Live Chat Customer Support.

can't access the website

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March 25, 2015, 04:23:37 PM
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What is going on?

Anonibet is under DDOS atttack. We refuse to pay the attackers as always.

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March 25, 2015, 04:43:04 PM
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When we can expect this to be solved?

Our IT department is working on it actually.

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