email from slots avenue

hunterduke

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hi,
im hunter long time lurker first time poster.
i got this email in my spam box today about a new funding system
called wwwcard for slots avenus
apparently its a prepaid card that you fund with your credit card
here was the interesting part

here are the directions on how to use in the casino banking section

register the WWW card details as a new credit card.
REMEMBER to enter the state/province as "outside the U.S. or Canada" and choose the country as UnitedKingdom, NOT United States

now i may be wrong about this but is this email telling us to lie about where we live? :confused:
 

lnspin

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Dont know about that one buy you can just go buy a netspend card from any retailler or from there onlie site netspend.com and use it at almost all online casinos or poker rooms as a regular visa with no lying .

You can fund it with cash at the retailler or with your paypal account from online
 

winbig

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hi,
im hunter long time lurker first time poster.
i got this email in my spam box today about a new funding system
called wwwcard for slots avenus
apparently its a prepaid card that you fund with your credit card
here was the interesting part

here are the directions on how to use in the casino banking section

register the WWW card details as a new credit card.
REMEMBER to enter the state/province as "outside the U.S. or Canada" and choose the country as UnitedKingdom, NOT United States

now i may be wrong about this but is this email telling us to lie about where we live? :confused:

I certainly wouldn't play there, that's for sure. Not only can they get in trouble for these actions, but you can as well I'm sure. I'd bet their payment processor would love to hear about this crap that they're pulling.
 

mikepipe

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play it simple:
Dont invest any thoughts, dont invest any money. Avoid them. There are other places, even for US.
 

hunterduke

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Feb 7, 2007
Location
new hampshire
play it simple:
Dont invest any thoughts, dont invest any money. Avoid them. There are other places, even for US.

Thanks
i wasnt planning on using them, i havent gambled online since january when my payspark went kaput and with all the problems people seem to be having getting paid.
i have been following the threads about how risky processors were now going to replace reputable ones
i guess this is a prime example
 

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