archive--problems/successes--February 2000

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Steve

Guest
Yes, the wire from slow cyber services, ER I mean procyber service has arrived.
 
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Babygirl

Guest
Dear Bryan Bailey,

Thank you so much for taking the time to help with my problem of finding an honorable online casino.

I will follow your advice and try the casinos that you recommended. It is nice to know that there are people who care about online gamblers and I thank you for developing this site.

I wish you much continued success!
 
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Heather

Guest
I wonder if anyone will have the chance to read this negative comment before Bryan decides to removes this skepticism like he did my other message
 
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Heather fan

Guest
OH yes he removed your last post didnt he ?? its still there;
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By Heather ( - 24.64.113.239) on Monday, January 31, 2000 - 07:20 am:
I'm wondering if Bryan is so concerned about us finding only legitimate online casinos, how come he only recommends casinos that pay him a % of the money we lose?


What he did remove was your spam and url which YOU get a refferal fee for HAHAHAHAHA that like the chip pan calling the frying pan hahaha, you see Bryan does it with style (the website) you do it like a leech/flea (attempting to bleed off his website)


OH and re;
By Heather ( - 24.64.113.239) on Tuesday, February 1, 2000 - 10:30 am:
I wonder if anyone will have the chance to read this negative comment before Bryan decides to removes this skepticism like he did my other message


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Where is the negative comment in the statement??
Skepticism??

a negative pronoun followed by a descriptive adjective stick to stacking shelves at walmart
 
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Kyla

Guest
Ha, stacking shelves at Walmart...just what I needed..now I must go check out walmart.com! Another cut for Bryan and referral fee for Hitmob. Boy, you guys are cleaning up with this site!! Lucky gambling to you all today!!
 
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JULIE GRIFFIN

Guest
I RECENTLY WAS THE VICTIM OF ONLINE GAMBLINING. MY 13 YEAR OLD NEPHEW USED MY & MY SISTERS CREDIT CARDS TO GAMBLE. THIS IS VERY DISTURBING TO ME. WHEN I CALLED THE CASINO TO DISCUSS THIS, THEY REALLY DID NOT CARE. FORTUNATELY MY BANKING INSTITUTION ASSISTED ME IN RECOVERING SOME OF THE MONEY. IF THIS OR ANYTHING SIMILAR HAS HAPPENED TO YOU, PLEASE EMAIL ME @ BIGCNS5@AOL.COM. WE WILL BE FIGHTING THIS AND TAKING THEM TO COURT. HELP US STOP FRAUD, THE MORE OF US THERE IS THE BETTER WE WILL BE.
 
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JULIE GRIFFIN

Guest
OK, I HAVE POSTED THIS MESSAGE & SOMEHOW IT WAS REMOVED. IF YOU BELIEVE THAT YOU HAVE BEEN THE VICTIM OF ONLINE CASINO GAMBLING, PLEASE CONTACT ME @ BIGCNS5@AOL.COM. I BELIEVE THAT THEIR IS MUCH FRAUD & HAVE RETAINED A LAWYER. THE MORE PEOPLE THAT SPEAK UP THE BETTER.
 

Casinomeister

Forum Cheermeister
Staff member
Hi Julie,

It seems that you were the victim of your unsupervised 13 year old nephew, not the online gaming industry. Most reputable online gaming establishments anticipate fraudulent usages of credit cards and will take care of these incidences in an appropriate manner. Unfortunately, there is more fraud amongst players than with the institutions; namely the fraudulent use of credit cards. Don't point the finger at the casino, point it at your idiot nephew. BTW, I have not removed your post.

Sincerely,

Bryan
 
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Kyla

Guest
Julie,
I agree with Bryan...if we all hopped on this bandwagon, it is like blaming the casinos for possibly your negligence. I hope the banks reverse the charges for you ONCE and you get those cards put away securely. Watch out for your phone, too...these teens have a way of calling those 1-900 numbers also. Better block them out also if the irresponsible nephew is going to be hanging out at your place. The phone company only removes those charges ONCE also. Then they expect you to be responsible!! Best of luck in your efforts...you will probably have to go this one "alone"!
 
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JULIE GRIFFIN

Guest
YES, I AM AWARE THAT MY NEPHEW WAS IN THE WRONG. HOWEVER, THE CASINO, WHEN NOTIFIED OF THE SITUATION, SHOULD HAVE ASSISTED ME. NOW I UNDERSTAND THAT MY NEPHEW ALSO "CASHED IN" 900.00 WHICH IS STILL NOT REPLACED TO MY CARDS. AFTER SPEAKING TO MY LAWYER, HE INFORMED ME THAT THE CASINO ENTERED INTO A CONTRACT WITH A MINOR. WHILE MY NEPHEW WAS WRONG, SO IS THE CASINO. ALSO, GAMBLING IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA IS ILLEGAL, THE CASINO SHOULD BE AWARE OF GAMBLING LAWS & ABIDE BY THEM. MY CORRECT ADDRESS WAS USED, AND IT SHOULD HAVE STOPPED THERE. ANYWAY, I AM NOT HERE TO ARGUE, I AM HERE TO FIND OTHER VICTIMS. THANK YOU FOR LETTING ME USE YOUR FORUM, I HAVE ALREADY RECEIVED 2 EMAILS.
 
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Kyla

Guest
The casino entered into a contract with a "minor" who committed FRAUD. No one here is trying to argue with you either. And if you believe your nephew cashed out $900.00...jeez, he's doing better than me...let him keep at it...he's got a knack for this. He may win enough to pay his fines and make retribution to you, when the courts determine that he (and you) were responsible for this fraudulant activity. Lawyers will take on ANY case and lead you to believe you have a case...just beware of that too...I hate to see you get screwed over twice for the same mistake!
 
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JULIE GRIFFIN

Guest
BECAUSE NY LAWYER IS A FAMILY FRIEND, THIS IS COSTING ME NOTHING. AND I DO BELIEVE THAT HE WOULD NOT DEVOTE TIME TO A CASE FOR FREE IF HE DID NOT BELIEVE THAT THE CASE IS LEGITIMATE. ACCORDING TO THE COURTS HERE A MINOR CANNOT ENTER INTO A CONTRACT BECAUSE THEY DO NOT KNOW HOW TO MAKE "WISE" DECSISIONS. HOW COULD YOU POSSIBLY IMPLICATE THAT I AM RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FRAUDULANT ACTIVITY???????? WHAT ABOUT THE GAMING LAWS & THE CASINO NOT ENFORCING THEM. WITH THE ABILITY OF COMPUTERS, I FIRMLY BELIEVE THAT THE CASINO COULD RESTRICT GAMBLIB IN STATES WHERE IT IS ILLEGAL.
 
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JULIE GRIFFIN

Guest
ALSO, I WAS INFORMED THAT A WOMAN OF LEGAL AGE WENT ONLINE GAMBLING, LOST ALMOST EVERYTHING THAT SHE HAD. IT WAS ILLEGAL IN HER STATE, SHE WENT TO COURT & WON. MY LOSSES WHILE NOT GREAT, STILL DESERVE TO BE NOTICED BY THE CASINOS.
 
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Kyla

Guest
Okay Julie...you win! You have a "free" lawyer who is also a friend and plenty of supportive emails coming in. Mission accomplished!! As long as you do not believe that you are in any way responsible for your credit cards being fraudulantly used by your nephew...who had access to them somehow...you will need that family lawyer. Stay close to him! You probably won't collect on winnings from a card that was used fraudulantly though. Read the contract he entered with the lender..(Cryptologic,?) or whomever handled the E-Cash transaction and the contract with the casino...just for your purposes.
Become as informed as you can on your rights and again best of luck in this endeavor. No one likes to be taken advantage of, especially by those we trust, so on that note, I understand your anger and frustration. I will now sit back and watch the posts come in from better informed participants in this forum. Once again, good luck!
 
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JULIE GRIFFIN

Guest
TO KYLA, I AM NOT SURE HOW TO INTURPET YOUR EMAIL, BUT I DID WANT TO RESPOND TO THE STATEMENT "PLENTY OF SUPPORTIVE EMAIL". I DID RECEIVE 2 EMAILS, I WISH IT WAS MORE. IT IS STILL EARLY IN MY PURSUIT, AND AM CONFIDENT MORE WILL FOLLOW.
 
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JULIE GRIFFIN

Guest
ALSO, FOR ANY ONE INTERESTED...THE CASINO'S NAMES ARE TITANIC & TORPEDO.
 
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Timothy

Guest
LVHM ,

A request .
Can U help me to locate the Tel number of :
Bates interactive
and/or 411 Communications based in U.K.

Regards.
 
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Steve

Guest
Come on, just because you cannot keep an eye on children left in your supervision, you go and hire an attorney. Where was this kids guardian while all this was going on?

When you sign on to a casino it asks for a user name and password, that is for your protection! If you choose the save the password option, well then anybody could of had access to your account.

Put the blame right smack where it goes! And how in the hell is a casino suppose to know it is not you but some spoiled child who should have the [color=ff0000]••••[/color] smacked out of him?

If your lawyer friend has nothing better to do. Well he is a pissy lawyer. No attorney in their right mind would take on such a case.
It is not the online gambling industry that is to blame here. It is irresponsible parents that allow children access to your personal information.
 
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heather

Guest
I agree Bryan might be a dick but he has a point... and you did deleted my other message, i wrote 3 before this, the one with the criticism was removed
 

Casinomeister

Forum Cheermeister
Staff member
Dear Heather,

I have copied the other posts you have made into this posting:

By Heather ( - 24.64.113.239) on Monday, January 31, 2000 -
07:20 am:


I'm wondering if Bryan is so concerned about us finding
only legitimate online casinos, how come he only recommends
casinos that pay him a % of the money we lose?

By Heather ( - 24.64.113.239) on Tuesday, February 1, 2000 -
10:30 am:


I wonder if anyone will have the chance to read this
negative comment before Bryan decides to removes this
skepticism like he did my other message
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These posings are still here and there is and never has been a third. Perhaps you did not post it properly by following the instructions. The only messages I have deleted recently are three spam messages made by "anonymous".

If I wanted to be a "dick" I could just ban your IP address from the site, or better yet, hit the delete button and remove the forum all together. I would rather be playing with my two-year-old than wasting my time responding to posts like yours. If you feel I have deleted one of your messages, one that I presume contains much desired and well-founded information concerning online gaming, please repost it.

Sincerely,

Bryan
 

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