This is beyond tasteless!

dominique

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I second that.

I bet they do business, too. :eek:
 

hhcfreebie

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ROFL. That's classic.
Gambling to pay debt? It will only make the debt bigger.
Saving money is the only way out of debt.
 

jpm

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But think of how many deperate people don't realize that and will go for it. I can think of at least one person I work with who probably would! :(
 

Clayman

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jpm said:
But think of how many deperate people don't realize that and will go for it. I can think of at least one person I work with who probably would! :(
Me too - I'm sure it would make perfect sense to my wife - she can't even cash-out a $2 Scratch-off ticket.

I'll exercise my "parental controls" and block the site. LOL
 

mary

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No borderline about it,this is pure evil. And kind of weird to boot.

Playyourdebt.com is an online game website that provides online gaming to players that are currently in debt.The mission is to help people pay or reduce their credit debts including those contracted with: credit card companies, student loans, financial institutions, mortgages companies, car loans, department store credit accounts, gas credit accounts and any other debt a player may have with a real and worthy creditor from the United States or any other country.

For this reason, payouts are only made to the winners creditor. Payout payments will never be paid directly to winners, rather winners are required to inform us which creditors they want the prize to be credited to. We encourage responsible gaming practices and hope that winners will be able to reduce personal debts, increasing their chances of becoming debt free as well as increasing their credit worthiness.


The real profit is no doubt in collecting the identities to make "high-quality" marketing lists. A site like this will obviously collect only the most impulsive, desperate, or stupid individuals.
 

jpm

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Yeah the whole thing is really sick and makes me rather angry. The idea of preying on desperate, debtridden people under the guise of helping them relieve their debt disgusts me.

Bryan, I think this one deserves a special casinomeister award for scumbag of the year, if not the millennium.
 
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