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No answer to my questions

Discussion in 'Ask the Meister' started by brandi, Jun 23, 2003.

  1. brandi

    brandi Guest

    well, I was really hoping sense I am new and also sense I send a message to Brian himself that I would get my question answered. I am alittle startled about that as there is so much in this site about unanswered email. Also I was refered here. I know nothing about online gambling nor this email that i recieved and was hoping that somewhere out here would be a human that could answer my question posted at this form. Well maybe no one wants to answer. so be it.
    Brandi
     
  2. spearmaster

    spearmaster RIP Ted

    Brandi -

    Bryan is on his way home from a conference. I'm sure he'll answer you in a day or two.
     
  3. brandi

    brandi Guest

    Thank you for responding to my posted message here. I am so baffled with this. Do you know anything about this email?
    thanks. Brandi
     
  4. glodge

    glodge Banned User - dodgy back stabber

    Bit hards to give you an answer if you don't cut & paste the e-mail your talking about, into your question.

    Maybe if you did this people maybe able to offer some assistance or at least help in someway till Bryan returns.
     
  5. spearmaster

    spearmaster RIP Ted

    I think Bryan may be better equipped to answer the question but personally I would be VERY skeptical of a casino which, out of the blue, tells you that you have won an online email lottery for $500,000.
     
  6. glodge

    glodge Banned User - dodgy back stabber

    Yes I think your right Spear, I'd also agree that I'd be rather suss on a casino sending me an e-mail stating I'd won $500,000 also.
     
  7. Casinomeister

    Casinomeister Forum Cheermeister Staff Member

    Hi Brandi,

    You made your posting at 0542 this morning, and expect me to jump out of bed and reply? I was out last week and will be wading through my emails for the entire day today. I'll keep an eye out for yours.

    Patience please, thanks!
     
  8. jpm

    jpm Dormant account

    You mean the computer isn't setup to make a loud, obnoxious noise to wake you whenever someone posts something? Slacker!
     
  9. brandi

    brandi Guest

    Your all so kind! Hehe. Hey I never realised the time difference here. gimme a break, so so sorry. :notworthy: Thanks everyone who posted. I am learning patience! Raising the kids you see! I thought I was done with that shit and then I started all over again with the Patiece thing.
    So any ways to answer Glodge I think i did put in one of my questions in the first post that they used email.com instead of say .. luckystar.com a domain. and that did alarm me. I am very skeptical about it all; however if in fact it is LuckyStar, they are a big Casino. Correct? and whoever this is has now sent me 3 different emails and never once asked me for money!
    To JPM: Haha, no, last time my p.c. woke me up I killed it, I don't get enought sleep as it is.! :)
    Brian thank you for looking into this for me. I did not mean to rush you. and was not at all thinking about the time difference!
     
  10. jpm

    jpm Dormant account

    Well it shouldn't cost anything to answer them and check it out. I'd just say, don't give them any info like your SS#, or bank account numbers, and don't give them any money to get your prize. Other than that, I'd probably follow up on whatever they are saying to do to claim it. I've not seen anything like this before and I get all kinds of casino spam.
     

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