Your Input Please WHAT THE F*CK!!!!!!!

neilw

Moderator of Live Games forum
webmeister
CAG
MM
I responded as I was interested to see whether the data was clean and opted in.

Got this response

Hey,

you can always run them via redirects and referral spoofing so that your operators won't know you're running a list.

The data I'm offering is from November last year - some of ***************brands. Has over 40k records and includes: First Name, Last Name, Country, Address, City, Email, Phone, Zip Code. Check out the countries spread and sample here (attached). The sample data is in the second tab.

Total: 500 euro.
 

TradaCasino

Official rep for Trada Casino
Same guy, different email address:

"Hello fellow casino pros,

This email is intended for your Head of Trada Affiliates or CMO. I
would appreciate it if you could forward it to them or send me their
direct contacts.

I have some quality casino depositors emails and phone numbers data for sale.

The price is just a fraction of what it was going for earlier this
year. Let me know if interested.

Best,

D"

*Delete*
 

syntynyt

kuollut

long since i stopped combating spam, the battle is futile. 99% of those unopened is casino spam from unknown places that happened to hit the inbox, the spam folder is cleaning itself once per week. trouble is when im getting post spam from those places, that really pisses me off.
 

syntynyt

kuollut
like the pedo hunters in the uk which are setting up situations to catch predators willing to meet children, this could be a good set up to test the casinos from accredited list to see if any is willing to buy the list. despite i disagree with punishing the lack of deed and lack of victims, at least a personal warning may precede further acts
 

Cody7

Registered

long since i stopped combating spam, the battle is futile. 99% of those unopened is casino spam from unknown places that happened to hit the inbox, the spam folder is cleaning itself once per week. trouble is when im getting post spam from those places, that really pisses me off.
Thats appalling
 

ed skull murphy

Trollish behavior - quit the forum
I purchased a nebuliser, online, from what turned out to be a company owned by an Indian, in East London. This was a breathing aid for my dear old Mum, so it was clearly the sort of thing someone elderley and of frail health would require.

Soon afterwards, the phone calls started, from the boiler rooms of Bangalore, they made my Mum's life a misery. I suggested we change the number and go ex-directory but she wouldn't have it, because of all the aggro of informing everyone of the new number.

Those calls continued for about seven years. They have stopped now, however, probably due to the fact that my Mum no longer answers the phone.
 
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Betreels Casino

Online Gaming Affiliate Manager
We received the same mail. Looks like he has a list of casino affiliate programs that he is mailing, like a DB from an affiliate portal or something.

-----Original Message-----
From: Daniel Williams [mailto:williamsdan777@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, June 4, 2018 6:39 AM
To: affiliates (@) betreels.com
Subject: Depositors' contacts on Sale for Betreels Affiliates


Hello fellow casino pros,

This email is intended for your Head of Betreels Affiliates or CMO. I

would appreciate it if you could forward it to them or send me their

direct contacts.

I have some quality casino depositors emails and phone numbers data for sale.

The price is just a fraction of what it was going for earlier this

year. Let me know if interested.

Best,

D
 

goatwack

Swingin' like Darryl Strawberry
CAG
If they're going to sell this before then they'll sell it after. As if GDPR regulations are going to thwart them :laugh:

Good to know the business is alive and kicking :cool:
 

Biti

Webmeister
webmeister
So, a casino have had a data breach. They should inform involved clients. I really wonder if casinos are going to do this. They have the mouth full of GDPR, but I really wonder what they're going to do about employees stealing databases with affiliates or players.
 

Casinomeister

Forum Cheermeister
Staff member
Employees who steal databases can go to jail. It's happened before - it's a pretty serious criminal offense that these douchebags should not take lightly. In most cases, databases are seeded with identifiers so that the casino peeps know who it belongs to or where it was stored. Selling a stolen data base - you've got a hole in your head.
 

budskap

Full Member
So, a casino have had a data breach. They should inform involved clients. I really wonder if casinos are going to do this. They have the mouth full of GDPR, but I really wonder what they're going to do about employees stealing databases with affiliates or players.
I think a more plausible explanation than a data breach at a casino is one of the numerous affiliate sites that offers newsletters and whatnot has been breached (or the affiliate just straight selling the list themselves).

I have myself had a phone call out of the blue from an operator (or an affiliate) I had no connection with because I "was on a list of good players". Yeah.. bye.
 

colinsunderland

Experienced Member
webmeister
MM
I think a more plausible explanation than a data breach at a casino is one of the numerous affiliate sites that offers newsletters and whatnot has been breached (or the affiliate just straight selling the list themselves).

I have myself had a phone call out of the blue from an operator (or an affiliate) I had no connection with because I "was on a list of good players". Yeah.. bye.
Why do you think that?
 

dionysus

can turn wine into water
CAG
MM
It really is the easiest thing in the world to get ahold of a mailing list, whether you build it yourself or purchase one.
Example:
Open an FB page offering any sort of giveaway whatsoever, and people will happily type 'enter me' and bingo-bango, if theyve a public profile, youve access to their first and last name, dob, country of origin, email and phone number.

Have a box at a trade booth with a zillion slips offering a draw for something for free and bam, youve truckloads of slips with the above info.

Companies will exhaust these lists selling their wares with emails and phone calls, then sell the entire list for pennies per, which then in turn, boxes of them are sold off to the next company, ad nauseum
 

ReggieMac

Experienced Member
With a little bit of time and effort it is quite easy to 'Harvest' contact lists from the Internet, couple of the easiest was to collect info Dionysus already mentions above, but if you want to put even less effort in and reap the rewards of of work done by others then a little bit of computer techie know how, knowledge of the whereabouts of some of the more nefarious sites (none of which will be mentioned or discussed here) means you could garnish literally hundred of thousands of contact details in a very short space of time!
 
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