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  28-Mar-14, 18:07   #21
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Forcharity 

Joined: Oct '12
Location: Netherlands
Age: 25 (M)
Posts: 152
That's to bad, I was genuinely interested in swapping with you.

But if you accuse someone of scamming you, you should be providing screenshots of the transfer to him and maybe screenshots of your skype conversation.

     
  28-Mar-14, 18:33   #22
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 42 (F)
Posts: 13944
This story involved too fast. I would expect for this thread to get locked also,
but it doesnt seem to be the trend lately, since now we have two of them open.
I am really curious though with what i am reading here, what will be the outcome.

     
  28-Mar-14, 18:51   #23
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demodawggy 

Joined: Feb '12
Location: Canada
Age: 59 (M)
Posts: 6017
Posted by Forcharity:

But if you accuse someone of scamming you, you should be providing screenshots of the transfer to him and maybe screenshots of your skype conversation.


THIS is true....!!! Post up the screen shots...!! Let's see the proof...!

Fat Tony,...please leave this thread open so we can figure out who is bull$hitting us....!

What's going on here is a PERFECT example of why these sorts of threads get locked...!

I am REALLY hoping that Peter doesn't turn out to be the swindler here.... It would ruin my trust in all humanity...!

PETER,....what's the story...?

     
  28-Mar-14, 19:04   #24
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pinotte 
Joined: Jun '13
Location: Canada
Age: 76 (M)
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I dont think that Peter would take money from someone. I would make a deal with him anytime. Dollar

     
  28-Mar-14, 19:12   #25
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demodawggy 

Joined: Feb '12
Location: Canada
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Posted by pinotte:
I dont think that Peter would take money from someone. I would make a deal with him anytime. Dollar


I tend to agree with that assumption... Peter's been around a while and is a very helpful guy...

hmidou hasn't...!

     
  28-Mar-14, 19:20   #26
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hmidou 
Joined: Jun '09
Location: Switzerland
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 69
Posted by demodawggy:
Posted by pinotte:
I dont think that Peter would take money from someone. I would make a deal with him anytime. Dollar


I tend to agree with that assumption... Peter's been around a while and is a very helpful guy...

hmidou hasn't...!


well hmidou is still around reading your rubbish and peter is not... are u a one band?

     
  28-Mar-14, 19:21   #27
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Forcharity 

Joined: Oct '12
Location: Netherlands
Age: 25 (M)
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I think it's very weird that you will swap with someone that doesn't even have the funds to give you back. You swap with someone that has to cash out your money first.

While I offered you $170 via western union directly.

Also your not posting any evidence, so I'm assuming you never actually swapped with Peter and you probably lost that $215 like a donkey.

     
  28-Mar-14, 19:22   #28
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hmidou 
Joined: Jun '09
Location: Switzerland
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 69
and guys, i will present to u screenshots only if peter, the thief, steps up and denies what happened. And lock this if you want, would spare you shame indeed.

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Posted by Forcharity:
I think it's very weird that you will swap with someone that doesn't even have the funds to give you back. You swap with someone that has to cash out your money first.

While I offered you $170 via western union directly.

Also your not posting any evidence, so I'm assuming you never actually swapped with Peter and you probably lost that $215 like a donkey.


I was in hurry and you made your offer much later, i saw it only this afternoon. I trusted the bastard and he got me. that's it

     
  28-Mar-14, 19:27   #29
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Forcharity 

Joined: Oct '12
Location: Netherlands
Age: 25 (M)
Posts: 152
Well considering the fact that Peter posted in both staking threads makes him suspicious.

I do agree with demo and pinotte, usually Peter is a really helpful guy but people change when they are addicted to poker or just in need of money.

I think it's very weird for someone like Peter that doesn't have a big poker BR to be so actively helping out with swaps. Also he requested a $5 no deposit not long ago.

So if Peter does not deny this then I guess he gets the ban hammer.

Just to be clear. I am stating what I think, I'm not accusing Peter of anything.

     
  28-Mar-14, 19:31   #30
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hmidou 
Joined: Jun '09
Location: Switzerland
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 69
Posted by Forcharity:
Well considering the fact that Peter posted in both staking threads makes him suspicious.

I do agree with demo and pinotte, usually Peter is a really helpful guy but people change when they are addicted to poker or just in need of money.

I think it's very weird for someone like Peter that doesn't have a big poker BR to be so actively helping out with swaps. Also he requested a $5 no deposit not long ago.

So if Peter does not deny this then I guess he gets the ban hammer.

Happy to see that you are starting to see clearer. Peter is a thief, let him deny that and i will post you the proof, that if he appears again on your website

Just to be clear. I am stating what I think, I'm not accusing Peter of anything.


     
  28-Mar-14, 19:31   #31
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teddybears73 
Joined: Nov '11
Location: United Kingdom
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Posted by demodawggy:
Posted by pinotte:
I dont think that Peter would take money from someone. I would make a deal with him anytime. Dollar


I tend to agree with that assumption... Peter's been around a while and is a very helpful guy...

hmidou hasn't...!


I agree with the both of you but if hmidou posts proof then we've all been taked in. Sad

     
  28-Mar-14, 19:35   #32
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Forcharity 

Joined: Oct '12
Location: Netherlands
Age: 25 (M)
Posts: 152
Hmidou,

Please go to the cashier on Pokerstars.

After that click on the 'History' tab, there you will see all the player transfers and withdrawals you ever made.

The top one should show the transfer to peter.

If you could provide us with a screenshot of that, it's enough to prove that he scammed you.

     
  28-Mar-14, 19:35   #33
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hmidou 
Joined: Jun '09
Location: Switzerland
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 69
Posted by Forcharity:
Well considering the fact that Peter posted in both staking threads makes him suspicious.

I do agree with demo and pinotte, usually Peter is a really helpful guy but people change when they are addicted to poker or just in need of money.

I think it's very weird for someone like Peter that doesn't have a big poker BR to be so actively helping out with swaps. Also he requested a $5 no deposit not long ago.

So if Peter does not deny this then I guess he gets the ban hammer.

Just to be clear. I am stating what I think, I'm not accusing Peter of anything.


Happy to see that you are starting to see clearer. Peter is a thief, let him deny that and i will post you the proof, that if he appears again on your website

Just to be clear. I am stating what I think, I'm not accusing Peter of anything.

Happy to see that you are starting to see clearer. Peter is a thief, let him deny that and i will post you the proof, that if he appears again on your website

Happy to see that you are starting to see clearer. Peter is a thief and i don't think he would show up again in your site. otherwise let him deny this and i will post the proof against this east european thug.

     
  28-Mar-14, 19:38   #34
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XBlindSoul 
Joined: Jan '12
Location: Canada
Age: 29 (F)
Posts: 57
Posted by hmidou:
Posted by Forcharity:
Well considering the fact that Peter posted in both staking threads makes him suspicious.

I do agree with demo and pinotte, usually Peter is a really helpful guy but people change when they are addicted to poker or just in need of money.

I think it's very weird for someone like Peter that doesn't have a big poker BR to be so actively helping out with swaps. Also he requested a $5 no deposit not long ago.

So if Peter does not deny this then I guess he gets the ban hammer.

Just to be clear. I am stating what I think, I'm not accusing Peter of anything.


Happy to see that you are starting to see clearer. Peter is a thief, let him deny that and i will post you the proof, that if he appears again on your website

Just to be clear. I am stating what I think, I'm not accusing Peter of anything.

Happy to see that you are starting to see clearer. Peter is a thief, let him deny that and i will post you the proof, that if he appears again on your website

Happy to see that you are starting to see clearer. Peter is a thief and i don't think he would show up again in your site. otherwise let him deny this and i will post the proof against this east european thug.


It may just be me... but if you did send him the money, don't ya gotta give him time to travel to a place to send the money "Western Union"?

     
  28-Mar-14, 19:41   #35
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Phisix 

Joined: May '13
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 33 (M)
Posts: 2219
Mate, this is some serious talk so back it up with a screenshot of what for charity said to do two posts back if you would so we can know what is happening. I hate thiefs with a passion so this has got me interested. Then again Peter is a trusted member here so I am confused on the matter.

Tbh, I dont see why someone would lie about someone stealing money from them unless they were a fecked up weirdo who just wants attention. Very weird situation.

     
  28-Mar-14, 19:41   #36
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hmidou 
Joined: Jun '09
Location: Switzerland
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 69
Posted by XBlindSoul:
Posted by hmidou:
Posted by Forcharity:
Well considering the fact that Peter posted in both staking threads makes him suspicious.

I do agree with demo and pinotte, usually Peter is a really helpful guy but people change when they are addicted to poker or just in need of money.

I think it's very weird for someone like Peter that doesn't have a big poker BR to be so actively helping out with swaps. Also he requested a $5 no deposit not long ago.

So if Peter does not deny this then I guess he gets the ban hammer.

Just to be clear. I am stating what I think, I'm not accusing Peter of anything.


Happy to see that you are starting to see clearer. Peter is a thief, let him deny that and i will post you the proof, that if he appears again on your website

Just to be clear. I am stating what I think, I'm not accusing Peter of anything.

Happy to see that you are starting to see clearer. Peter is a thief, let him deny that and i will post you the proof, that if he appears again on your website

Happy to see that you are starting to see clearer. Peter is a thief and i don't think he would show up again in your site. otherwise let him deny this and i will post the proof against this east european thug.


It may just be me... but if you did send him the money, don't ya gotta give him time to travel to a place to send the money "Western Union"?


this happened this morning at 9 am. If western union was on the moon he would have reached it. besides he said it was near his home. stop defending your fellow, he's a bloody THIEF

     
  28-Mar-14, 19:45   #37
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Phisix 

Joined: May '13
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 33 (M)
Posts: 2219
Still waiting for proof mate. Accusations wont cut it alone I am afraid.

     
  28-Mar-14, 19:45   #38
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hmidou 
Joined: Jun '09
Location: Switzerland
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 69
Posted by Phisix:
Mate, this is some serious talk so back it up with a screenshot of what for charity said to do two posts back if you would so we can know what is happening. I hate thiefs with a passion so this has got me interested. Then again Peter is a trusted member here so I am confused on the matter.

Tbh, I dont see why someone would lie about someone stealing money from them unless they were a fecked up weirdo who just wants attention. Very weird situation.


i'm not posting u anything unless your friend the thief shows up and denies. why should i show u my identity while u don't show me yours? and wake up, unless u r a nice butted chick i don't need to get your attention mate...

     
  28-Mar-14, 19:48   #39
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XBlindSoul 
Joined: Jan '12
Location: Canada
Age: 29 (F)
Posts: 57
Posted by hmidou:
Posted by XBlindSoul:
Posted by hmidou:
Posted by Forcharity:
Well considering the fact that Peter posted in both staking threads makes him suspicious.

I do agree with demo and pinotte, usually Peter is a really helpful guy but people change when they are addicted to poker or just in need of money.

I think it's very weird for someone like Peter that doesn't have a big poker BR to be so actively helping out with swaps. Also he requested a $5 no deposit not long ago.

So if Peter does not deny this then I guess he gets the ban hammer.

Just to be clear. I am stating what I think, I'm not accusing Peter of anything.


Happy to see that you are starting to see clearer. Peter is a thief, let him deny that and i will post you the proof, that if he appears again on your website

Just to be clear. I am stating what I think, I'm not accusing Peter of anything.

Happy to see that you are starting to see clearer. Peter is a thief, let him deny that and i will post you the proof, that if he appears again on your website

Happy to see that you are starting to see clearer. Peter is a thief and i don't think he would show up again in your site. otherwise let him deny this and i will post the proof against this east european thug.


It may just be me... but if you did send him the money, don't ya gotta give him time to travel to a place to send the money "Western Union"?


this happened this morning at 9 am. If western union was on the moon he would have reached it. besides he said it was near his home. stop defending your fellow, he's a bloody THIEF



1. He is not my fellow mate, I drop by once in a while to give out free money to players or donate money for freerolls.

2. This is very interesting... one person accusing someone of not fulfilling an agreement, yet would not post any evidence...

3. Although he doesn't have any posts, he's been a member since 2009... which is a pretty long time... waiting 4 years to scam someone, I would say would be less than 50%.

4. I have very minimal posts and I have transferred money to people successfully, although he is asking for money in return

I'm curious how this will turn out

     
  28-Mar-14, 19:49   #40
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Phisix 

Joined: May '13
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 33 (M)
Posts: 2219
Your basically accusing someone(A well known and liked member) without proof which makes you look like a complete d**k. Carry on.

     
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