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    Quote Originally Posted by Roulette Zeitung View Post
    Are you purposely trying to ruin as many threads as possible lately?

    You're starting to get right up my nose with your constant moaning on threads that aren't relevant

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebookiesoffers View Post
    You're starting to get right up my nose with your constant moaning on threads that aren't relevant
    I can live with that. Your statement about privacy is clear, how it relates to a person you don't like. You see, every day a little bit more light is coming over the horizon.

    Adrian Daniel

    There is a difference between talking and researching.

    olphtt.com ... olphtt.org ... Adrian Daniel ... Margaret ...

    Make a research and then you have done an important step.

    And i think, the paid money to this criminal was not given cash in a bag. There is a way of payment (Bank Wire, Paypal, Neteller...)

    Nobody will pay a stranger with Western Union or money laundering methods like E-Gold.
    There must be a (money) trace to this guy, and i don't understand why his payment accounts are not closed or made public.

    But please no kin liability. We had that in the past, that the complete family was pilloried, and this is really a bad thing, in Germany a crime, and you can go into jail for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roulette Zeitung View Post
    There must be a (money) trace to this guy, and i don't understand why his payment accounts are not closed or made public.
    So you want the guys bank details to be made public but you have an issue with his email (which is likely no longer used) getting put out there?

    Just to take you back a little...

    Quote Originally Posted by Roulette Zeitung View Post
    I don't know, but i will be very surprised if he made public the content of private messages like other guys are doing this. Have you heard about it too, that people are doing this? It's really bad, or isn't? What do you think?

    Leopold
    Double standards eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AE-Martyn View Post

    Double standards eh?
    Nevermind, I refuse to participate in the derailing of this important thread.
    #unprofessional

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    Quote Originally Posted by AE-Martyn View Post
    So you want the guys bank details to be made public but you have an issue with his email (which is likely no longer used) getting put out there?

    Just to take you back a little...
    Double standards eh?
    Nice try, but it's a non-starter.

    Here we are talking about real crime and the possibility that people are losing a lot of money.
    It's economic crime. No Kindergarten!
    And if there is no other way to stop real crime, because he is offshore or because of other reasons, then the only way is to break the way of the money.

    Protecting a criminal bank account? Is this really your idea? The victims will be very happy to read it and the criminal guy too.

    Have you thought one second about the fact, that many criminals get caught by the police or disappeared because brave people have investigated or made public the way of money?
    I don't think so.

    In Germany we are very successfully with it, and every year the count of economic crime victims go down because of warnings and working hand in hand with the police public.

    You're just mad about your own faux pas and wants to give me a wipe. For this you have to wake up earlier in the morning.

    And please: Don't do this at the expense of victims of real crime. Then it's better to take early retirement to take the time to think about what you could do better in your life and how victims feel when they are losing a lot of money. They are not losing only money, sometimes more.

    "you want the guys bank details to be made public"

    Yes, i want, because a victim of real crime is not a matter of negotiation and the police need information that they can't have a "blind eye".

    I am deeply appalled.

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    Having been a victim of scumbags like this in the past, except for a lot more money, I am happy for their details to be put out there so they can be prevented from "working" as they do. Which could be found in another thread from some time ago, you'll see the lengths that I and others went to to expose the guy who was using his girlfriends bank account to process his ill gotten gains.

    I was trying to help with the addition of the email address I provided as I thought any minor detail could help. I seem to be on your radar for whatever reason and personally I'd rather spend the time more productively.

    I am mad about nothing sir, if you knew me you'd know that.

    **Stepping away...**

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    In real crime there are no compromises and no excuses.
    Victim protection is protection against perpetrators.
    Protecting victims is more important then protecting the perpetrators.
    All information must be made public!
    As long as the police HAVE to act, because they can't overlooking it or the perpetrators disappears from the stage in the mist forever.
    The way of the money is the key.

    Leopold

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    I really fail to see how giving suspected scumbags links to their sites helps stop them, but it will help them with traffic.

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    Bringing the thread back on track...

    Still haven't heard from the aff manager about the payment details. Will bump the initial thread again.

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    This guy has been going a long time. Think I blogged about him last year, although had him pinned as a f*cking idiot as opposed to a scammer at the time. Kind of figures though.

    Also - nice to see AE-Martyn making friends

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomgalanis View Post
    Also - nice to see AE-Martyn making friends
    You know me Tom.

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    Looks like this person has just scammed yet another operator(I just got an email today). I requested the affiliate manager to provide me with the payment information used to pay this person to publish on this thread.

    Renee - any lucky getting the payment information from the other operator who was scammed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoDepositCasino View Post
    Looks like this person has just scammed yet another operator(I just got an email today). I requested the affiliate manager to provide me with the payment information used to pay this person to publish on this thread.

    Renee - any lucky getting the payment information from the other operator who was scammed?
    Nah he hasn't replied yet. Hit him up on skype but it doesn't look like he has been online since I sent the message. Will try to email him.
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    The payment was made via moneybookers to the email address in the OP's initial post.

    The best thing you can do is contact moneybookers (or have one of the programs who has been scammed contact them) and let them know that the person is taking money from programs fraudulently and they will investigate and shut it down.

    Might also be worth finding out from the latest one that got scammed to see if they sent their money to the same place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renee View Post
    The payment was made via moneybookers to the email address in the OP's initial post.
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    7.3 We reserve the right to carry out any necessary money laundering, terrorism financing, fraud or other illegal activity checks before authorising any withdrawal of your funds, including in relation to returning any funds to you after you have closed your Skrill Account.
    11.4. It is strictly forbidden to use your Skrill Account for any illegal purposes including but not limited to fraud and money laundering. We will report any suspicious activity to the relevant law enforcement agency. You are prohibited from using your Skrill Account in an attempt to abuse, exploit or circumvent the usage restrictions imposed by a merchant on the services it provides.
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    This person signed up to CBG Affiliate weekend this morning , I have sent him a reply directing him to this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by casinobonusguy View Post
    This person signed up to CBG Affiliate weekend this morning , I have sent him a reply directing him to this thread.
    should of let him turn up and see what he had to say in person. sure some of the police might want a word for fraud

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roulette Zeitung View Post
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    Leopold
    As I said, if the affiliate program gets in touch they will be able to get more info than an affiliate.

    It doesn't mean anything that they were paid via moneybookers the first time. It all depends if they were paid by moneybookers the most recent time, because that is after he said his accounts were hacked. If he got paid by moneybookers to that address the most recent time, I would say it is safe to say that his accounts were not hacked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by casinobonusguy View Post
    He gave a New Brunswick phone number with a Toronto address.
    Some logins on the aff account came from Toronto. Not sure if that helps though.

    @NoDepositCasino could you ask the most recently scammed program where they paid their money to?

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