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Posted: 3/5/2010 4:14:55 PM

Greenikes--

Watch Letterman or Leno.....you need some new material.

 

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Posted: 3/5/2010 8:44:13 PM
I am attacking him...they are pathetic. Not even close to what BETJM is.
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Posted: 3/6/2010 8:49:55 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by MRSARATOGA:

Greenikes--

Watch Letterman or Leno.....you need some new material.

 

I guess I'm confused by this comment in two ways;  first, what the hell are you talking about?  Secondly, you somehow think that Leno/Letterman are cutting edge comedians.

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Posted: 3/6/2010 10:01:59 AM

Your routine is boring. The same old Betphoenix sux etc. without any first hand experience. You like to troll and when someone opens a can of worms you then run with it like you are the anti betphoenix ambassador.

That style brings you zero credibility. The sportsbook industry by nature is one where a good core of players are a combination of angry that they are losing along with waiting for the bottom to fall out payment wise at any second. So when a blip hits the screen like a site being down, that equates to "they will soon be out of business, the signs are everywhere".

You hear this same bs from people in a casinos especially at crap tables where chips are all over the place. "They didn't pay my eight, what happened to my ten dollar nine". Are errors made? Sure.  Is a place out to flat out cheat you that is in the business for the long haul? Not likely because they need you.

Use some common sense. Most people lose so why would a book look to close that is tending its house properly! They need to stay open so you can keep depositing. This is why there are limits on bets to keep the exposure to a minimum and keep even action as close as possible.

Unless you have first hand experience about a non payment situation that has merit, flying around saying, "oh there they go again" holds no water to me.

Are people who run books boy scout leaders and church deacons?  No, but if a place is making it happen for the player that is all that matters.

And if Richard worked at Cascade, Electrosol or Ajax before who cares! People come and go at businesses everyday for various reasons. Just turn on CNBC or Bloomberg and you will see that is the way of the world.

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Posted: 3/6/2010 10:03:47 AM

he check out this from betphoenix

they tried screwing me over

 

michael : this one on the 3rd of march i need to know about

Kathy: That transaction does not have an amount on it?

michael : yes it was deposited from my account for $500

Kathy: ok thanks, please allow me one more minute, I am with accounting on the phone

michael : the thing is that i didn't approve this transaction at all!

michael : let them know that

michael : i use a debit visa card and i check my online bank balance this morning and it showed a transaction from you guys for $500 on march 3rd

Kathy: Ok Michael, the situation is the following

Kathy: There was a system error at the processor that provoked a few charges by mistake, they are aware of this and they have started the process for the money to be credited back to your bank account / credit card

Kathy: You can contact your bank to know exactly when the money will hit your account, please do not mention that this transaction is for gambling purposes

michael : are u serious?

Kathy: just tell your bank that you are expecting a credit back from Virtual Web Card Luxemburg from a online purchase that you made

Kathy: and that you need to know when will it arrive

Kathy: I apologize for the inconvenience, the processor is taking care of that

michael : can u forward email to sam

Kathy: sure, I can inform Sam about the situation

michael : this is unreal

michael : if i never caught this you would have taken 500 from me

Kathy: as I am telling you there was a system problem at the processor

michael : this is very unprofessional of you guys

Kathy: and they fixed it right away

Kathy: the money is on the way back

michael : i am really upset that you guys would do this to me

Kathy: unfortunately we do not handle the processor's situations

michael : how long will it take to get my money back

Kathy: it is a total different company

Kathy: that will depend on your bank, you can contact them for that information

Kathy: tell them that you are expecting a credit back from Virtual Web Card Luxemburg from a online purchase that you made

Kathy: you should be receiving it this coming week

michael : i need that money now

Kathy: The money is already on the way, I apologize for the inconvenience

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Posted: 3/6/2010 12:48:50 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by sean2114:

No question, when Richard gets on here issues get resolved. But my point is why does it always have to come to that.

Makes Richard look very good, and Betphoenix look very bad.
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Posted: 3/6/2010 8:48:21 PM
No problems with BP for me.
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Posted: 3/6/2010 9:03:16 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by MRSARATOGA:

Your routine is boring. The same old Betphoenix sux etc. without any first hand experience. You like to troll and when someone opens a can of worms you then run with it like you are the anti betphoenix ambassador.

That style brings you zero credibility. The sportsbook industry by nature is one where a good core of players are a combination of angry that they are losing along with waiting for the bottom to fall out payment wise at any second. So when a blip hits the screen like a site being down, that equates to "they will soon be out of business, the signs are everywhere".

You hear this same bs from people in a casinos especially at crap tables where chips are all over the place. "They didn't pay my eight, what happened to my ten dollar nine". Are errors made? Sure.  Is a place out to flat out cheat you that is in the business for the long haul? Not likely because they need you.

Use some common sense. Most people lose so why would a book look to close that is tending its house properly! They need to stay open so you can keep depositing. This is why there are limits on bets to keep the exposure to a minimum and keep even action as close as possible.

Unless you have first hand experience about a non payment situation that has merit, flying around saying, "oh there they go again" holds no water to me.

Are people who run books boy scout leaders and church deacons?  No, but if a place is making it happen for the player that is all that matters.

And if Richard worked at Cascade, Electrosol or Ajax before who cares! People come and go at businesses everyday for various reasons. Just turn on CNBC or Bloomberg and you will see that is the way of the world.

Your logic is flawed.  Just because I haven't had personal experience with BP doesn't mean that I can't comment on what I see and hear.  Secondly, not caring where someone worked previously when their previous employer has screwed many people out of money is plain dumb.  Keep your money in BP...:)

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#34
Posted: 3/7/2010 9:27:59 AM

You are a bonafide buffoon unfortunately emblematic of what internet gambling forums are loaded with. 

"The sky is falling".......Greenikes and a plethora of others must be in the area.  

 

 

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Posted: 3/8/2010 11:37:32 AM

Keep your head up BP's behind;  you will get garbage on soon enough.  But maybe you are into that...

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