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Posted: 1/5/2013 7:59:01 PM
okay so i made a thread last week explaining my situation. I started up with a new bookie took some coworker bets and lost 4.7k the first week. my co worker quit work and changed his number and i went to his address on his w2 and hes not there. anyways...i told the bookie i plan on paying him but dont have all the money and he gets a little pissed. i meet him on wednesday and pay him 1.9k and then i met him today and gave him another 1.6k.

 now when i went to drop the money off today he got pissed off and hes an older white guy and got all up in my face saying he needs the money by monday and put his hands on me trying to scare me and i pushed him off and told him to back off the fk off. now im pretty pissed off and not sure what to even do here. I have no way of getting the money by monday and dont know much about this bookie but i found out he only started bookie'in recently but has a bigger bookie he responds too.

im not really scared of him but i dont know what to really do here..no way i could get the money by monday and dont want to tell him and hear his bs. 
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Posted: 1/5/2013 8:31:50 PM
So you lost $4700 in your first week with a new bookie.

You've payed off about 3/4 of that $4700 debt and your bookie is still getting mad?

Sounds like your bookie has no friggin clue what he's doing.

Tell him he'll get payed when you have the money.  After that, get the darn out ASAP!
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Posted: 1/5/2013 8:35:49 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Canada_Chris:

So you lost $4700 in your first week with a new bookie.

You've payed off about 3/4 of that $4700 debt and your bookie is still getting mad?

Sounds like your bookie has no friggin clue what he's doing.

Tell him he'll get payed when you have the money.  After that, get the darn out ASAP!

yeah def he sounds like a fkin idiot. old behind guy i wanted to clock him today but we were in a busy parking lot and didnt want going to jail seeing how i have a warrant.
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Posted: 1/5/2013 8:44:19 PM

You have a warrant out for your arrest; your friend screwed you & you don't have the dough for your bookie. You sound like a real charm & you come here looking for advice???

Here's some....when you drop the soap, leave it.... 

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Posted: 1/5/2013 8:46:41 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Midnight1:

You have a warrant out for your arrest; your friend screwed you & you don't have the dough for your bookie. You sound like a real charm & you come here looking for advice???

Here's some....when you drop the soap, leave it.... 


my warrant was a traffic ticket that i just forgot about.....not really a big deal have a clean criminal record 
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Posted: 1/5/2013 8:59:55 PM
This bookie is not thinking things through clearly. He got most of his money. I've rarely heard of someone acting so irrationally when it comes to situations like this.
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Posted: 1/5/2013 9:05:43 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by casheasy:

This bookie is not thinking things through clearly. He got most of his money. I've rarely heard of someone acting so irrationally when it comes to situations like this.

ive never heard of a bookie acting so fkin stupid either....makes me wanna think hes a rookie......


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Posted: 1/5/2013 9:06:43 PM
Bake him a pie.
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Posted: 1/5/2013 9:31:36 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by gold6185:

Bake him a pie.

lol. well im going to straight up tell him i wont have the remaining 1200 until next weekend, weather he likes it or not. 
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Posted: 1/5/2013 10:02:41 PM
Weeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Another fake bookie story.
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Posted: 1/5/2013 10:22:47 PM
this isnt fake at all. i kinda wish it was....
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Posted: 1/5/2013 11:08:09 PM
Tell him your looking for the guys.
Every time he sees you or talks to you about the money.
just tell him that.

Hell get tired of asking.
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Posted: 1/5/2013 11:15:22 PM
already paid him most of the money i dont really mind paying him just dont have it all at the moment. i honestly think hes a rookie
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Posted: 1/6/2013 1:34:13 AM
IF YOU WON ALOT BEFORE & DIDNT PAY THATS ONE THING BUT IF YOU ARE TELLING TRUTH & LOST FIRST WEEK & PAID 3/4TH BET HE CAN WAIT IF NOT HES IDIOT,EXPLAIN YOUR COVERING YOUR EX CO WORKERS BET.IN FUTURE NEVER HAVE PEOPLE BET THROUGH YOU ,THEY WILL BALE ON YOU.SET HIM UP WITH THE BOOK 7 LET HIM SET THE LIMITS,ALSO ANY BOOK WILL EITHER GIVE YOU REFERENCE FEE AFTER FEW WEEKS OR MAKE YOU AGENT & GIVE YOU 10%OF LOSSES .HES NOT GOING TO DO ANYTHING IF YOUR SINCERE & EXPLAIN COME UP WITH PAYMENT PLAN,GOOD LUCK
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Posted: 1/6/2013 3:49:16 AM

Call him and say, ïf you put your hands on me one more time I'll do my best to make sure you are arrested.. I will not have your money by Monday but the moment I have it'you will be paid. Do not get yourself into trouble with the police..

Do NOT go to his home ever again.

Bookies trying to scare people with a tap..

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Posted: 1/6/2013 3:58:41 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by searchwarrant:

Call him and say, ïf you put your hands on me one more time I'll do my best to make sure you are arrested.. I will not have your money by Monday but the moment I have it'you will be paid. Do not get yourself into trouble with the police..

Do NOT go to his home ever again.

Bookies trying to scare people with a tap..


lol hes supposedly some agent for islandbet.com ?

makes me laugh. but thanks for the solid advice
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Posted: 1/6/2013 4:22:19 PM
Just do what you can and call it a wrap.
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Posted: 1/6/2013 8:20:29 PM
Too bad you got hooked up with a crazy person and did not know what you were getting into...Pay him off and quit gambling...That would be the smartest thing you can do.
 
I once had a local bookie as well for a number of years. I asked him this question one day as I was paying him off during football season.." Denny, What would you do if I ever refused to pay you off?"
 
He replies in one word " Nutthin"
 
We left it at that...I finally quit him after 5 years of me paying him every month instead of him paying me.
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QUOTE Originally Posted by JimmyDrizzl:

Too bad you got hooked up with a crazy person and did not know what you were getting into...Pay him off and quit gambling...That would be the smartest thing you can do.
 
I once had a local bookie as well for a number of years. I asked him this question one day as I was paying him off during football season.." Denny, What would you do if I ever refused to pay you off?"
 
He replies in one word " Nutthin"
 
We left it at that...I finally quit him after 5 years of me paying him every month instead of him paying me.
He might not do anything to you-but his associates would.
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Posted: 1/6/2013 8:57:37 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by JimmyDrizzl:

Too bad you got hooked up with a crazy person and did not know what you were getting into...Pay him off and quit gambling...That would be the smartest thing you can do.
 
I once had a local bookie as well for a number of years. I asked him this question one day as I was paying him off during football season.." Denny, What would you do if I ever refused to pay you off?"
 
He replies in one word " Nutthin"
 
We left it at that...I finally quit him after 5 years of me paying him every month instead of him paying me.

mine said the same

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Posted: 1/6/2013 10:56:46 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by searchwarrant:

Call him and say, ïf you put your hands on me one more time I'll do my best to make sure you are arrested.. I will not have your money by Monday but the moment I have it'you will be paid. Do not get yourself into trouble with the police..

Do NOT go to his home ever again.

Bookies trying to scare people with a tap..


 this.

It is simple. Tell him that you would love to pay him on Monday but it will not be possible but that you will pay him immediately when it is possible. Do not go to his house and do not get into an incident with him. Meet at a bar and pay him the money and move one. If he acts like a fool just avoid it and tell him that no matter how many times he asks or how many threats that it will be physically impossible to pay him until you have the money to give.

 

It is what it is. 
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Posted: 1/6/2013 10:57:00 PM
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He might not do anything to you-but his associates would.

Possibly he had rough associates, but I think he was just an ordinary decent guy providing a sevice to the community with the intent to make money.

He once told me that bookies never lose...Why? he asked rhetorically do all the bookies get a new car every year? Certainly made me think.

My sports betting history shows that I never ever beat a bookie out of money...They always beat me...Year after year.

Some of you out there are perhaps ahead over the years of betting on sports...Identify yourselves if there are any....I doubt it. 

 

 

 

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Posted: 1/6/2013 11:16:23 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by gold6185:

Bake him a pie.
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Posted: 1/7/2013 2:17:46 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by mattbrot:


 this.

It is simple. Tell him that you would love to pay him on Monday but it will not be possible but that you will pay him immediately when it is possible. Do not go to his house and do not get into an incident with him. Meet at a bar and pay him the money and move one. If he acts like a fool just avoid it and tell him that no matter how many times he asks or how many threats that it will be physically impossible to pay him until you have the money to give.

 

It is what it is. 

thanks. if he comes to my house or makes a bad threat im calling the cops on his dumbass. my uncle is a state trooper
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Posted: 1/7/2013 8:16:05 AM
Tell him you're sorry this happened, you wish you did not go on tilt, and you'll pay him by next weekend. It's that simple.  He'll say ok.
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