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December 23, 2014, 07:50:27 PM
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I attempted to cash out a portion of my money from Webetcoins on Nov. 22 and Nov. 28.  After the first one was taking time processing I contacted webetcoins to ask about it.  They gave me some BS about upgrading security protocols and said that it should be processed shortly.  While waiting for the cashout I decided to do some accounting and I added up all of my transactions.  I realized that there was some BTC missing and sent an email about this.  They responded to me with the following email:

Hello,

You are correct with your balance. There was a bug sporadically through oct that took ~1.5% off your winnings. It was supposed to ONLY do this to orders, not orders and straight wager.

The remainder plus a bonus have been applied.  As for the withdrawal. We have just a few more blocks on our new server syncing so withdrawals will be processed as soon as its caught up.

Thanks

It is now over a month since I tried to cash out the first 5 unpaid BTC and 3+ weeks since the 7.4 BTC cashout.  I've sent daily emails to every email address at webetcoins.com and have not gotten any reply back since the one above.  It seems they've decided not to pay me.  All transaction IDs and dates are listed below.  WEBETCOINS is a scam and refuses to pay winners.  BEWARE!!! BTC


15777   28 Nov 2014 11:38      Pending   -7.4028     (supposed to be cashed out to my wallet)
14386   22 Nov 2014 04:56      Pending   -5            (supposed to be cashed out to my wallet)
12787   14 Nov 2014 03:35   Order Expired   Pending   +2     (supposed to be credited back to my WBC acct)
12773   14 Nov 2014 01:05   Order Expired   Pending   +1     (supposed to be credited back to my WBC acct)
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December 23, 2014, 10:39:11 PM
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Don't have personal experience with webetcoins but the information presented does not look good.

Would like to see them respond to this
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December 23, 2014, 11:02:08 PM
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I feel that it would be better if you post the pictures of the emails that you sent to them as a proof.
Why did you send them such large amounts of btc without consulting/asking anyone if the site was legit or not?
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December 23, 2014, 11:18:14 PM
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I feel that it would be better if you post the pictures of the emails that you sent to them as a proof.
Why did you send them such large amounts of btc without consulting/asking anyone if the site was legit or not?

I had been betting with them for a month or two and had cashed in and out several times.  sometimes more than this.  I had that much on there because I had it in play.  After having a big day, I cashed out, in an effort to only leave what I needed to play with on the site.  I have a friend who's a bigger player as well and sincerely vouched for them.  Looks like he was wrong...
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December 25, 2014, 01:34:34 AM
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I feel that it would be better if you post the pictures of the emails that you sent to them as a proof.
Why did you send them such large amounts of btc without consulting/asking anyone if the site was legit or not?

I had been betting with them for a month or two and had cashed in and out several times.  sometimes more than this.  I had that much on there because I had it in play.  After having a big day, I cashed out, in an effort to only leave what I needed to play with on the site.  I have a friend who's a bigger player as well and sincerely vouched for them.  Looks like he was wrong...
he was wrong, MAYBE!
I just feel that you still dont have any proofs against them.
You are a newbie, and without proof your accusationd wont get attention.
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