We have info and proof confirming that the Sportsbet scam, Bitcasino and Vegascasino scam operate illegal without valid license and do not enforce AML, KYC and other laws!
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Sportsbet scam info
1) Timothy John Heath is managing director behind the sportsbet scam and money laundering scheme!
He was also manager of the Muchos Poker scam. This online casino accepted deposits while it did not process withdrawals and finally closed owing to players, what you can read on the Poker forum 2+2.
2) The Sportsbet scam false and misleading claims to be authorized and regulated by the Government of Curaçao! But they even do not know sportsbet.io.
Their claim to operate under the 1668/JAZ license with no control whatsoever has also no legal basis! More worse, the bank accounts of the Sportsbet scam are somewhere outside of Curaçao!
3) The hide the operator Vegascasino scam is also part of the Sportsbet scam and money laundering group!
From bitcoincasino.io blog
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The Bitcasino scam artists meanwhile removed it, but Game Protect of course made screenshots.
Sportsbet customer is not able to withdraw 21.5 BTC
- 21.5 BTC TAKEN BY SPORTSBET.IO
I made a deposit of 15 BTC to sportsbet.io and managed to win another 6.5 BTC on top of it for a total of 21.5 BTC. However, when I tried to withdraw I recieved a message that my account was under a temporary security review and to try again in 12 hours. After 12 hours I attempted to withdraw again and was told I must provide KYC documents in order to get my withdrawal! I am bitcoin only player and as you all should know there is no reason for them to request KYC apart from delaying my withdrawal.
So I sent KYC documents to them and they then told me they were not going to send my withdrawal anyway! they closed my account and quoted a bunch of terms and conditions that did not apply to me in any way.
You can view the emails and posts I’ve already made below:
Posts in bitcointalk thread:
1) ExcessTest: WARNING
I Just had 21.5 BTC stolen from me by sportsbet.io!
First of all they asked me for KYC which I do not understand because I am a Bitcoin player, and then when I send it they say they are not sending my money anyway a quoted a bunch of terms and conditions that did not apply to me in any way!
2) ExcessTest: As you can see the sportsbet rep account has been online and ignored my message. They have no reason for why they closed my account, took my 21.5 BTC or asked for KYC so they will not respond. They have also not replied to my emails.
3) Sportsbet.io support: Regarding ExcessTest,
Our Security department has found the username of this player and we were able to check this claim.
This account has been closed due to fraudulent activity, providing false information and breach of our Terms & Conditions.
To respect the privacy of the player, we will not disclose the exact details and transactions that are linked to this account.
The player always has the right to file a complaint at AskGamblers.com, who will then start an objective investigation to ensure that the player gets a fair trial.
4) ExcessTest: I give you permission to disclose any details/transactions linked to my account except those which would reveal my personal information such as name, address.
No, I cannot do that as sportsbet.io is not listed on askgamblers.
ExcessTest announced on BitcoinTalk to honour those who helped him to get his Bitcoins off. But he escaped quickly from the forum after he has received 15 BTC from the SportsBet scam.