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  28-Mar-14, 22:44   #61
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jessthehuman 

Joined: Apr '09
Location: Australia
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 6482
lol I never get tired of these threads. Seriously, a no deposit bonus forum is a terrible place to try and trade money anonymously on the Internet without being scammed.

If ever you want to conduct business like this, go somewhere like 2+2 where people actually having trading history / reputations and if you're on the level and willing to trade first, you'll probably come through ok.

Sending ~$200 to the first taker on a no deposit forum is asking for trouble.


Also - not saying I think Peter is a thief or that hmidou is a liar or scammer. But in regards to Peter, I've been around this forum long enough to see PLENTY of long-term regulars fucking someone else over and everyone else saying "oh, but he's been around for ages, he would never do anything like that" and then it turns out they did do something exactly like that.

Haha Flangel anyone?? lol - search flangel on this site, you can spend a day reading that story.

Anyway - I could count the people on this forum with I would trust with a trade on one or two fingers to be honest, nothing against the rest of you, but I'm just going by those I know outside of this forum (on the sites) to be decent, winning regs.

     
  28-Mar-14, 22:55   #62
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demodawggy 

Joined: Feb '12
Location: Canada
Age: 59 (M)
Posts: 6017
Yes,.....the plot thickens.....!

Trusting somebody you don't know on line is a REAL leap of faith... Confused

     
  28-Mar-14, 22:58   #63
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Theapple 

Joined: Sep '13
Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 1564
either post that freaking screenshot (which takes 1 min to do) or gtfo of our forum.

cheers

yours truly, theapple

     
  28-Mar-14, 23:07   #64
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 42 (F)
Posts: 13949
flangel lol. remember about him. didnt like him at all in the first place, and yet
many members were drinking water in his name as we say here Smile
Even after proof some were attached to him for some time.

     
  29-Mar-14, 01:52   #65
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hmidou 
Joined: Jun '09
Location: Switzerland
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 69
Posted by Mober:
You can post a screenshot of the transaction with your username deleted if thats
your real problem. Not hard to do so.
Open the screenshot with paint and paint it over.


how can i attach the file please Mober? thanks for the hint.

Attached ImagesScreen shot 2014-03-29 at 01.57.10.png

     
  29-Mar-14, 01:53   #66
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XBlindSoul 
Joined: Jan '12
Location: Canada
Age: 29 (F)
Posts: 57
Click on reply, then at the bottom accept the forum rules

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Posted by hmidou:
Posted by Mober:
You can post a screenshot of the transaction with your username deleted if thats
your real problem. Not hard to do so.
Open the screenshot with paint and paint it over.


how can i attach the file please Mober? thanks for the hint.


Very interesting

Edited by XBlindSoul (29 March 2014 @ 02:04 GMT)


     
  29-Mar-14, 02:05   #67
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hmidou 
Joined: Jun '09
Location: Switzerland
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 69
Posted by Theapple:
either post that freaking screenshot (which takes 1 min to do) or gtfo of our forum.

cheers

yours truly, theapple


u can go to hell u know, if u find me there...

     
  29-Mar-14, 02:06   #68
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XBlindSoul 
Joined: Jan '12
Location: Canada
Age: 29 (F)
Posts: 57
It seems as though you have transferred the money to peter successfully. I don't play there, can anyone verify that once its posted that it has been transferred to that user?

     
  29-Mar-14, 02:09   #69
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hmidou 
Joined: Jun '09
Location: Switzerland
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 69
here is the screenshot again

Attached ImagesScreen shot 2014-03-29 at 01.57.10.png

     
  29-Mar-14, 02:16   #70
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XBlindSoul 
Joined: Jan '12
Location: Canada
Age: 29 (F)
Posts: 57
Posted by hmidou:
here is the screenshot again


I guess now we wait a day and see if peter shows up

     
  29-Mar-14, 02:21   #71
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demodawggy 

Joined: Feb '12
Location: Canada
Age: 59 (M)
Posts: 6017
Ooooooooohhhh...! Suddenly NOT looking good for Peter... Confused

He seems to be up all night long a lot,...maybe he's sleeping,...but one way or another we'll know something soon...!

It certainly is curious that he suddenly disappeared...! Question

     
  29-Mar-14, 02:25   #72
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zeroster 

Joined: May '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 54 (M)
Posts: 1372
Posted by XBlindSoul:
It seems as though you have transferred the money to peter successfully. I don't play there, can anyone verify that once its posted that it has been transferred to that user?


Yeah that looks right, seems like Peter received the money.

The thing to consider is that just because someone is a forum regular it doesn't necessarily mean that they can be trusted. The amount of cash involved here, though not huge, is still substantial and losing contact with a handful of online acquaintances that you don't really know anyway might not seem like such a high price to pay for that cash.

I honestly hope it works out but it might be best just to consider that cash lost now.

Edited by zeroster (29 March 2014 @ 02:32 GMT)


     
  29-Mar-14, 02:36   #73
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hmidou 
Joined: Jun '09
Location: Switzerland
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 69
i terribly needed cash and the motherfucking a*****e fed on my weakness, just adding to my trouble. I know i deserve it but i had no other choice but to trust the east european thief.

     
  29-Mar-14, 02:38   #74
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pinotte 
Joined: Jun '13
Location: Canada
Age: 76 (M)
Posts: 3700
Peter you have to come see us we need a very good explanation and prove that you made your part of the deal. Confused Confused


     
  29-Mar-14, 08:47   #75
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Peter7878 

Joined: Dec '12
Location: Bulgaria
Age: 42 (M)
Posts: 1022
Posted by magatt966:
I personally suggest to people going to involve into this transactions to be careful.
You could receive PS money from a stolen account or from a collluder or cheater account and then you might have your account banned/closed and all your money in it seized.

Not sayint it IS the case but it's a possibility.

So consider your are taking this risk for $40: is it worth it?

Sorry hmidou nothing personal with you: I'm just sharing my opinion with the community.



Hello Mobsters,

Here is my report about this situation:

Yes, I thought the same as magatt. I was very scared about if this is a stolen money or something is wrong. That is why I waited the email of PokerStars that the cahout is successful. When I received that the email confirming that the cashout is successful, I realised that this guy actually won his money honestly. But I was suspitious. I wanted proof. I though, if something goes wrong PokerStars can ban my account. Thank God everything is fine.

He sent me $215 yesterday, he told me to play 10 minutes and then cashout $175. I played Zoom (240 hands) for 10 minutes and made $20 profit and made 50 points. Then I cashout $175. I received an email from Pokerstars that they are working on my cashout. Oh God I was really very nervious, because I waited the second PokerStars email confirming that the cashout is successful. That second email, confirming the successful cashout I received 5:00 p.m EET.

OMG, dude I am not a thief! I would never permit to play with someone's else money. It is against my own rules. Now I am waiting the money to arrive to my VISA card and when it comes to my VISA card I will send you the money immediately via Western Union! Yes, it is true I told you I will give you from my own money, but please understand me, I was suspicious. I thought and I was scared to death that I will not be allowed to cashout the money because of breaking the PokerStars T&C. So, I waited the second PokerStars email confirming that everything is fine. I am happy that you allowed me to play 10 minutes before cashout, this was very important, because if I didn't play the cashout would be rejected. So, I made a profit + 50 points and this is important for the successful cashout as well.

Thanks to all your support guys. Thanks to magatt, demo and all others, but I must confess I did a risky operation for $40 because I don't know this guy and I thought that my PokerStars account could be banned if the money are not won by honest way.

Because here at his profile it is shown that he is from Switzerland, but I have to send the money in France. Ok, now he lives in France. Nothing suspicious. But I know the phone code of France is +33 and he gave me a number which is not starting with the french code, so as demo said, one red flag appeared in my head and I wanted to see that money will come in by VISA card and then give it back to him.

The conclusion is that guy seems to be a nice guy, but...... I don't know how to say it. He has addicted problems (he lost a lot of money at the casino) and he really needs some help.

So, hmidou don' worry mate when I get the money in my VISA card I will enter in skype or call you to give you the Western Union code. This could be today or tommorow. I hope saturday and sunday is not a problem for VISA when waiting money?

Now I will take a shower and I will go to the ATM machine to see if the money is in my card, if I receive it, I will send it immediately, via Western Union.

At the end, that guy needs all our support to overcome his addicted habbits, and if we can help one person, we help the whole planet!


Best Regards,

Peter7878





     
  29-Mar-14, 09:08   #76
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jeffaboy 
Joined: Jan '14
Location: Netherlands
Age: 23 (M)
Posts: 1039
Not here to back anyone up or something but OHHHH BOYYY THAT SHET escalated quickly ^-^well i just hope everything will turn out right and all of us will be BEEESTTTTTT friends forever again -_- well peace guys and hope you figure your crap out Worship Worship Cool

     
  29-Mar-14, 10:02   #77
  0 
Peter7878 

Joined: Dec '12
Location: Bulgaria
Age: 42 (M)
Posts: 1022
I checked the ATM, but still the money hasn't arrived in my VISA card. It is probably of Saturday and Sunday which are not business days? I don't know.

I will keep you updated guys here. I really want to receive very fast the money in my VISA card and to finish this story with happy end!

     
  29-Mar-14, 10:11   #78
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Calmplay 

Joined: Apr '08
Location: Mauritius
Age: 55 (M)
Posts: 4110
Well guys I usually don't read long thread apart the complete bullsh1t place Big Smile but this one I had to because it's interesting to know the outcome when the word scammer is mentioned in it...

Peter don't worry mate you'll for sure receive the cash but you'll have to wait a bit longer as yes saturdays and sundays are not business days.

     
  29-Mar-14, 10:23   #79
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BeMyATMplz 
Joined: Feb '11
Location: Germany
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 1859
Peter, I think what you did here is pretty idiotic acting, no offence.
The person receiving offered a decent fee,of course there is a risk to be taken,but if you don't trust it then just don't agree to trading. Instead you freeroll the $40 fee you've been offerred.
In my oppinion yoi should give him the full $215 back because IMO you didn't fullfil your part of the transaction correctly,or at least it didn't help him at all.

Now about hmidou,that transactiin history looks very fishy to me, why multiple small deposits through various methodes?
And for the 48h cashout block,you could have asked pokerstars to make an acception,I'm sure they do it, I myself have no cashout block anymore (if I deposit via paysafecard I can immediatly cash out to skrill).

Btw,the cash out having gone through does not prove everything is alright, sometimes pokerstars needs a few days to verify deposits,and if it indeed was a deposit that deserves "red flag" they can credit your balance with a minus,to be balanced with a deposit.

     
  29-Mar-14, 10:34   #80
  0 
Forcharity 

Joined: Oct '12
Location: Netherlands
Age: 25 (M)
Posts: 152
I agree with BeMyATM.

He shouldve just cashed out himself instead of doing a swap like this. That $40 fee is for nothing now.


     
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