- Dec 13, 2014
- Glasgow and Home - N Ireland
Don't gamble with your rich uncle's money.
Do you think the "rich uncle" had knowledge that his nephew was gambling money he was sending?
Who's to say that his "rich uncle" wasn't sending money to help fund a business their involved in, or
help with some sort of financial situation?
I mean, if I didn't have the money to gamble, and was so addicted that I had to ask a wealthy family member for money to help fund my sickness, they would tell me to piss off and get some help.
Exactly! Early on the OP said "the casino doesn't need that information and I won't give it to them" (I've paraphrased). Anything else he says or has said thereafter is beside the point. Not to put too fine a point on it but "change your position or piss off" is pretty much where this issue has come to rest. And it will stay there until the OP delivers what the casino requires. Full stop.
Later addition: at this point the OP has stalled for so long in getting the casino the SOW documentation they asked for months and months ago that they would be perfectly justified in ignoring him if he suddenly did produce said documents. One of the unwritten rules of Fraud Detection is that anyone can forge anything if they have enough time to do so. The OP has had 6 months and anything that suddenly popped up would, and should, be highly suspect.