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dunover

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This e-mail may even have your correct name but DO NOT respond to it. it is BOGUS!

Cassava.net is not even the domain Cassava use.


With Us [Incident: 170601-003042]

Cassava Enterprises <Bingosecurity@cassava.net>

To
*******@*****.com

Today at 16:01

Subject

Information Required Regarding Your Account With Us

Question Reference # 170601-003042


Response (01/06/2017 05.01 PM)

Dear D,

This is the Security Department at Cassava Enterprises, who manage operational services for various Bingo and Casino networks, of which you previously signed up to.

It has recently come to our attention that there was an operational issue on one of your accounts and it may be that financial recompense is required, which we need your assistance to resolve.

As your account has been inactivated we will require you to contact us to discuss this matter, and provide any bank account information that was previously missing on your account.

The only option for us to pay you is by wire transfer; for this reason we require the following information:

- Your Bank name.
- Your Bank Account number.
- The Name of account holder.
- The Routing number/ABA/Swift or Sort Code.

Providing accurate information is essential for any transaction, if you are not certain about these details, please contact your bank.

We are committed to responsible gambling. If you would like to speak to someone about problem gambling, there are a number of independent problem gambling support services who offer a range of contact methods together with free and confidential advice:

• GambleAware: GambleAware aims to promote responsibility in gambling. They provide information on staying in control and on how to recognise and deal with problem gambling. Further information can be found at www.gambleaware.co.uk.

• GamCare: GamCare is a registered charity that provides confidential telephone support and face-to-face or online counselling to anyone who is affected by problem gambling. GamCare can be contacted on 0808 8020 133 (freephone from UK) or by visiting their website at www.gamcare.org.uk .

• Gamblers Anonymous: Gamblers Anonymous offer support groups, chat rooms and forums to anyone who is affected by problem gambling. Gamblers Anonymous can be contacted at www.gamblersanonymous.org.uk .

If you have not done so already, we recommend that you seek exclusion from all other gambling operators you have an account with.

You can also use website filtering software to prevent you from accessing gambling websites from your personal computer:

• Cyber Patrol (www.cyberpatrol.com)
• GamBlock (www.gamblock.com)
• Net Nanny (www.netnanny.com)

If you have any questions about this email or would like any further information or assistance, you can reply to this address, and we will answer any further queries you may have.

Regards,

Bingo Security Team



DO NOT RESPOND TO IT!
 

miso

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People need to remember the # 1 rule

Nobody wants to give you money, they want to take yours

I have spam folder full of "refund" emails...Bank of Ireland, iTunes account, paypal, even from my internet provider. Now I am either missing out on some serious dosh or internet is full scammers ;)
 

goatwack

Get dunked, big buns!
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Scammers still using the 'please send us your bank details' bullshit? Who the hell would fall for that, exactly?? :confused:
 

dunover

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Scammers still using the 'please send us your bank details' bullshit? Who the hell would fall for that, exactly?? :confused:

I dunno, some twat always does. :rolleyes:

Hang on, when did I set up that direct debit for a $50 monthly subscription to International Trivial Pursuit e-magazine?? :eek2:
 

goatwack

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I dunno, some twat always does. :rolleyes:

Hang on, when did I set up that direct debit for a $50 monthly subscription to International Trivial Pursuit e-magazine?? :eek2:

I've still got my direct debit running from years ago, in my 'shares' in a diamond company somewhere in Kenya. Been paying just £20 a month, plus I'm an honorary president too.

Want the link? :p
 

dunover

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I've still got my direct debit running from years ago, in my 'shares' in a diamond company somewhere in Kenya. Been paying just £20 a month, plus I'm an honorary president too.

Want the link? :p

Cancel it then - and if like me you've got one for the Nigerian Oil Ministry Newsletter bin that off too. :p
 

miso

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I dunno, some twat always does. :rolleyes:

Hang on, when did I set up that direct debit for a $50 monthly subscription to International Trivial Pursuit e-magazine?? :eek2:

There was a girl from London on This Morning the other day. Smart, succesful... but got a phone call from "Santander" I think, on a busy morning and answered few questions without thinking. Few hours later her bank account was cleaned. They took her mortgage deposit, it was something like 50 grand.

I am not being sexist, but after watching that I told my wife not to give her bank details to anyone. She asked "why?" :rolleyes:
All these assholes need is to catch one with their guard down.
 

Nicola

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Jan 22, 2013
Location
Malta
I do hope all theses e-mails sent out today doesn't mean there has been a breach of their database!

In the middle of a Gambling Commission investigation too :eek2:
 

goatwack

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There was a girl from London on This Morning the other day. Smart, succesful... but got a phone call from "Santander" I think, on a busy morning and answered few questions without thinking. Few hours later her bank account was cleaned. They took her mortgage deposit, it was something like 50 grand.

I am not being sexist, but after watching that I told my wife not to give her bank details to anyone. She asked "why?" :rolleyes:
All these assholes need is to catch one with their guard down.

She couldn't have been that smart to begin with let's be honest :cool:

But phone mannerisms do differ between me and my partner for example. She'll get roped in by all and sundry, and I'll be the one yanking the phone off her. PPI, Internet providers, you name it. She'll rate her interactions based on their phone manner and niceness, less about the spam coming down the phone :confused::what:

With me, it's generally grunts, sighs, and "wot?" when talking to these bozos :cool: Followed by hanging up. Works a treat ;)
 

dunover

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I do hope all theses e-mails sent out today doesn't mean there has been a breach of their database!

In the middle of a Gambling Commission investigation too :eek2:

I rather think it has as mine contained the old details I signed up at 888casino with, although the e-mail list could equally have been marketed by the dodgy scum that always seem to find out our 'protected' details we sign-up at various casinos with and which somehow end up in the hands of spammers.

Still it makes a change from the daily deluge of:

Satellite Internet
Social Security Disability
Wireless Internet
BBW want your dick!
Used Car Auction
SEO optimization
Web Design
Singles4u
400%Triomphe
NewCasinoBonus


To cap it all I had 2 fucking phone calls to my mobile in 5 minutes from two different but similar numbers from G'Day casino Saturday evening, where I haven't played for 2 years, despite my account having the no-contact ticked and even the rep on here assuring us this would now be adhered to a while back. Not a problem, numbers added straight to block programme on my phone. I have a great message blocker free app too - all I did was add 10 words/terms to it and it has NEVER let a casino spam or any other spam message through!

100%
150%
200%
bonus
http://
casino
spins
lotto
£1
slots

I never get an alert, all casino spam straight in a secure folder. Once a month I access it and see the scum whom have sent them, and mass-check-and-delete them. Not one has ever been opened, and not one legitimate message has ever gone in this folder by mistake.
 

G1000

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Hi all,

I received a similar email. Trying to figure out if it's genuine. Looking at the below link though it does seem to be the one they use.

You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.


Other cassava bingo sites use that email address as well
 

Vibroverb

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Location
Europe
these scam emails are probably being sent from a poor country, just enough that a handful of the thousands of email addresses that are recipients fall for it and the scammers have enough dough to live off for a while. I just don't open emails with 'account details', if it's so important they can reach me by phone and I'll gauge if it sounds credible or not.
....on a funny note, I did get a letter, with a check for over a thousand pounds as some sort of tax payback, and i just chucked it on the table, thinking it's another scam, until it dawned on me 2 days later, why wouldn't scammers go through the trouble of sending you a letter? and I'll i needed to do actually was take it to my bank and cash it. It worked, it was legit and it was a great day for me :)
 

howardhughes88

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Location
Norwich
Not a scam!!

This e-mail may even have your correct name but DO NOT respond to it. it is BOGUS!

Cassava.net is not even the domain Cassava use.


With Us [Incident: 170601-003042]

Cassava Enterprises <Bingosecurity@cassava.net>

To
*******@*****.com

Today at 16:01

Subject

Information Required Regarding Your Account With Us

Question Reference # 170601-003042


Response (01/06/2017 05.01 PM)

Dear D,

This is the Security Department at Cassava Enterprises, who manage operational services for various Bingo and Casino networks, of which you previously signed up to.

It has recently come to our attention that there was an operational issue on one of your accounts and it may be that financial recompense is required, which we need your assistance to resolve.

As your account has been inactivated we will require you to contact us to discuss this matter, and provide any bank account information that was previously missing on your account.

The only option for us to pay you is by wire transfer; for this reason we require the following information:

- Your Bank name.
- Your Bank Account number.
- The Name of account holder.
- The Routing number/ABA/Swift or Sort Code.

Providing accurate information is essential for any transaction, if you are not certain about these details, please contact your bank.

We are committed to responsible gambling. If you would like to speak to someone about problem gambling, there are a number of independent problem gambling support services who offer a range of contact methods together with free and confidential advice:

• GambleAware: GambleAware aims to promote responsibility in gambling. They provide information on staying in control and on how to recognise and deal with problem gambling. Further information can be found at www.gambleaware.co.uk.

• GamCare: GamCare is a registered charity that provides confidential telephone support and face-to-face or online counselling to anyone who is affected by problem gambling. GamCare can be contacted on 0808 8020 133 (freephone from UK) or by visiting their website at www.gamcare.org.uk .

• Gamblers Anonymous: Gamblers Anonymous offer support groups, chat rooms and forums to anyone who is affected by problem gambling. Gamblers Anonymous can be contacted at www.gamblersanonymous.org.uk .

If you have not done so already, we recommend that you seek exclusion from all other gambling operators you have an account with.

You can also use website filtering software to prevent you from accessing gambling websites from your personal computer:

• Cyber Patrol (www.cyberpatrol.com)
• GamBlock (www.gamblock.com)
• Net Nanny (www.netnanny.com)

If you have any questions about this email or would like any further information or assistance, you can reply to this address, and we will answer any further queries you may have.

Regards,

Bingo Security Team



DO NOT RESPOND TO IT!

I'm afraid you are wrong. I received my refund into my bank account today, and many others have too.
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dunover

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I'm afraid you are wrong. I received my refund into my bank account today, and many others have too.
You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.

I am very suspicious as you've pointed to a thread in which NOT ONE post has confirmation of a refund received. Where are these 'many others'??

People have e-mailed the address in the link, of course they will get the reply that it's genuine.

Also check the header of the e-mail and look at the source. If this is genuine, then it's a complete joke.

For any scam to work then it helps for new members to appear on the various forums it's mentioned and legitimize it. With all due respect, if you were an established member here I'd take it seriously, but you've appeared very recently and oddly made your first post authenticating a suspicious e-mail to what any sane person looks highly dodgy - this also seems to be the case on the posts in the forum-link you gave. If you are genuine I apologize, but perhaps some checkable evidence (with any sensitive personal details blanked)???

And surely there would be a specific amount mentioned worked out prior to sending the e-mail, rather than a mass e-mail to their database requesting bank details when it's not clear all the recipients would be entitled to anything anyway.

If anybody has any doubts, phone their CS freefone with the number obtained from any of their sites and do it manually. I would not send these details via e-mail.
 
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howardhughes88

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Location
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I am very suspicious as you've pointed to a thread in which NOT ONE post has confirmation of a refund received. Where are these 'many others'??

People have e-mailed the address in the link, of course they will get the reply that it's genuine.

Also check the header of the e-mail and look at the source. If this is genuine, then it's a complete joke.

For any scam to work then it helps for new members to appear on the various forums it's mentioned and legitimize it. With all due respect, if you were an established member here I'd take it seriously, but you've appeared very recently and oddly made your first post authenticating a suspicious e-mail to what any sane person looks highly dodgy - this also seems to be the case on the posts in the forum-link you gave. If you are genuine I apologize, but perhaps some checkable evidence (with any sensitive personal details blanked)???

And surely there would be a specific amount mentioned worked out prior to sending the e-mail, rather than a mass e-mail to their database requesting bank details when it's not clear all the recipients would be entitled to anything anyway.

If anybody has any doubts, phone their CS freefone with the number obtained from any of their sites and do it manually. I would not send these details via e-mail.

I understand where you are coming from but it is genuine, did you read through all of the pages on the forum link I posted? Check this one
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I thought someone had to say something as people may read this forum and miss out on a nice bit of money. I wouldnt come on here for no reason and make things up. But believe what you want to beliere.

Love your youtube vids btw!

Howard
 
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howardhughes88

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I am very suspicious as you've pointed to a thread in which NOT ONE post has confirmation of a refund received. Where are these 'many others'??

People have e-mailed the address in the link, of course they will get the reply that it's genuine.

Also check the header of the e-mail and look at the source. If this is genuine, then it's a complete joke.

For any scam to work then it helps for new members to appear on the various forums it's mentioned and legitimize it. With all due respect, if you were an established member here I'd take it seriously, but you've appeared very recently and oddly made your first post authenticating a suspicious e-mail to what any sane person looks highly dodgy - this also seems to be the case on the posts in the forum-link you gave. If you are genuine I apologize, but perhaps some checkable evidence (with any sensitive personal details blanked)???

And surely there would be a specific amount mentioned worked out prior to sending the e-mail, rather than a mass e-mail to their database requesting bank details when it's not clear all the recipients would be entitled to anything anyway.

If anybody has any doubts, phone their CS freefone with the number obtained from any of their sites and do it manually. I would not send these details via e-mail.

Subject

Your account with us
Question Reference # 170609-000142

Response (10/06/2017 05.37 PM)
Dear Howard,

This is the Bingo Security Team.

Thank you for your email and providing us with your bank details. Arrangements have now been made to make payment to your bank account. Kindly allow up to 5 business days for the funds to be received.

We appreciate your time and cooperation in this matter.

Regards,

Bingo Security Team
bingosecurity@cassava.net

Your account with us
Question Reference # 170609-000142

Response (11/06/2017 12.11 PM)
Dear Howard,

This is the Bingo Security Team.

Thank you for your email. We can confirm that the refunds were made in regards to the deposits made to your accounts held with Slots Angel, Foxy casino, Total Gold, Cheeky Bingo, and Tasty Bingo.

We hope this clarifies the situation for you.

Thank you for your time and cooperation.

Regards,

Bingo Security Team
bingosecurity@cassava.net


Your account with us [Incident: 170609-000142]
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Cassava Enterprises <Bingosecurity@cassava.net>
Mon 12/06/2017 10:33
Inbox
To:
beatboxking88@hotmail.co.uk;
You replied on 14/06/2017 20:53.
Evernote
Subject

Your account with us
Question Reference # 170609-000142

Response (12/06/2017 11.33 AM)
Dear Howard,

This is the Bingo Security Team.

Thank you for your e-mail.

Your refund will be processed today, please allow up to seven business days from this date for the funds to settle in your account. We do not use Bacs to process bank transfer.

Regards,

Bingo Security Team
Bingosecurity@cassava.net
 

nojoke

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Location
uk
How do you contact Cassava ?

Seems like another company that do not supply an "Easy" to use or find contact email.

I would like to ask them a few questions myself.
 

howardhughes88

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Location
Norwich
I am very suspicious as you've pointed to a thread in which NOT ONE post has confirmation of a refund received. Where are these 'many others'??

People have e-mailed the address in the link, of course they will get the reply that it's genuine.

Also check the header of the e-mail and look at the source. If this is genuine, then it's a complete joke.

For any scam to work then it helps for new members to appear on the various forums it's mentioned and legitimize it. With all due respect, if you were an established member here I'd take it seriously, but you've appeared very recently and oddly made your first post authenticating a suspicious e-mail to what any sane person looks highly dodgy - this also seems to be the case on the posts in the forum-link you gave. If you are genuine I apologize, but perhaps some checkable evidence (with any sensitive personal details blanked)???

And surely there would be a specific amount mentioned worked out prior to sending the e-mail, rather than a mass e-mail to their database requesting bank details when it's not clear all the recipients would be entitled to anything anyway.

If anybody has any doubts, phone their CS freefone with the number obtained from any of their sites and do it manually. I would not send these details via e-mail.

How do you contact Cassava ?

Seems like another company that do not supply an "Easy" to use or find contact email.

I would like to ask them a few questions myself.

I have only ever contacted them through:
bingosecurity@cassava.net
 

dunover

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I understand where you are coming from but it is genuine, did you read through all of the pages on the forum link I posted? Check this one
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I thought someone had to say something as people may read this forum and miss out on a nice bit of money. I wouldnt come on here for no reason and make things up. But believe what you want to beliere.

Love your youtube vids btw!

Howard

OK, let us know when you've receive the money and exactly what it's for. They won't be able to use BACS if from outside the UK. So far still yet to see confirmation it's been received by anybody.
 

lockinlove

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Canada
Scammers still using the 'please send us your bank details' bullshit? Who the hell would fall for that, exactly?? :confused:

Yeah there are suckers out there.

Are you familiar with the computer scam. Basically someone calls your house and tells you have a serious virus on your computer and they need to fix it for a small fee.

Well this happened to me. And I handed the phone to my fiance as he is pretty funny when dealing with this stuff. He invited the guy over for coffee....and the person was going to come. Not even kidding. But I think the guy got the point when he said to him, great so you are going to come and have coffee with me and then try and scam us. I cannot wait until you get here and see how this ends for you.

My mother in laws friend just fell for it. Gave the guy her credit card info and paid for a service where they injected a trojan on her computer too.

Out of every 100 humans I would say at least 1 isnt very bright :oops: These scammers just need to find this one.
 

howardhughes88

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Location
Norwich
OK, let us know when you've receive the money and exactly what it's for. They won't be able to use BACS if from outside the UK. So far still yet to see confirmation it's been received by anybody.

Like I said in my first post I have already received my refund and the reasoning behind this was included in the first email I received from cassava;
Your account with us
Question Reference # 170609-000142

Response (08/06/2017 11.58 PM)
Dear Howard,

It has come to our attention that after choosing to self-exclude on one of the brands operated by us, you have since accessed other accounts operated by ourselves. We have now closed all the accounts located and will be returning an amount of £225.00 to you, (financial recompense) which is the total amount of funds previously wagered and lost on said accounts.

Please be advised that the only option for us to pay you is by wire transfer; for this reason we require the following information:

- Your Bank name.
- Your Bank Account number.
- The Name of account holder.
- The Routing number/ABA/Swift or Sort Code.

Providing accurate information is essential for any transaction, if you are not certain about these details, please contact your bank.

We are committed to responsible gambling. If you would like to speak to someone about problem gambling, there are a number of independent problem gambling support services who offer a range of contact methods together with free and confidential advice:

They ended up refunding the mobey via worldpay.

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Howard
 
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