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Date: 25 Jan 2009 21:05:56
From: RussGeorgiev@aol.com
Subject: Fangbanger gets Banged---Russ G
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.gambling.poker/browse_thread/thread/21c3373dcc731823/e2c625ebc8751112?hl=en&lnk=gst&q=Boiler+room+++GCA#e2c625ebc8751112



Here you are again MO_RON, where I state I paid people for their
accounts. In order to increase your credit, you had to call Neteller
anyway. Fixed income individuals knew nothing about poker, neteller or
anything else. Just happy to get a couple of extra hundred a month.

Plus, how would I get the money off the accounts if I didn't have
their ATM cards and pin numbers? You're the STUPID ONE, not me.


Plus, when I screwed Neteller, I always asked the people and told them
I'd give them an extra $500 or $1,000 depending on how much was made.
I'd tell them to close the bank accounts down.

People think that Beteller can send things to a collection agency, but
when they do, you threaten to sue the agency and Neteller for you
state you were cheated. This alone would force a lawsuit, which
Neteller would rather not get involved in since all things would be
disclosed.

Then Neteller closes down and keeps people's money for about a year.
How'd you like it if you had 25K or more in there as some people I
know did? I even warned some friends of mine a week before this
happened, but, they knew more:).

Russ Georgiev

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Date: 25 Jan 2009 21:25:43
From: RussGeorgiev@aol.com
Subject: Re: Fangbanger gets Banged---Russ G
Paul

You're correct on them not closing down. I meant 'closing down' in the
United States', which was where most of their business was. Yes, the
government froze their assets, but Neteller was in bed with the sites
as they were about 90% of Netellers business. Neteller was started
because the government was trying to stop ways of putting money onto
the gambling sites.

Just for my information, how long did Neteller keep your money? Here's
another thing. People complain about cashing out on FullTilt and how
long it takes. I can cash out and have the money within hours.
However, I'm a scammer and figured this out long ago. I use both
methods, but having to wait 6 weeks as a norm for FT is ridiculous.



On Jan 25, 9:11=EF=BF=BDpm, "Paul Popinjay" <paulpopin...@sbcglobal.net >
wrote:
> <RussGeorg...@aol.com> wrote in message news:eb77efa2-daed-4b04-9a77-
> > Then Neteller closes down and keeps people's money for about a year.
> > How'd you like it if you had 25K or more in there as some people I
> > know did? I even warned some friends of mine a week before this
> > happened, but, they knew more:).
>
> > Russ Georgiev
>
> I may be wrong on this, but I don't think Neteller closed down. =EF=BF=BD=
I thought
> they continued with business as usual outside of the USA. =EF=BF=BDAm I w=
rong? =EF=BF=BDAnd
> also, didn't the government kinda seize those assets for awhile? =EF=BF=
=BDAnyway, I
> only had about a grand in it, and am happy I got it back.
>
> -Paul



  
Date: 25 Jan 2009 21:43:39
From: Paul Popinjay
Subject: Re: Fangbanger gets Banged---Russ G
<RussGeorgiev@aol.com > wrote in message news:8aa48e8a-13f1-4387-b07a-

> Just for my information, how long did Neteller keep your money?


Russ, although it was only a little over two tears ago that the shit hit the
fan, I don't remember how long they kept the money. I guess I'm having a
senior moment. Something tells me it was about nine months.

I sure did love Neteller, though. It always ran smooth for me. I first got
involved in early 2001 with online poker, and then soon got heavily involved
with online casinos. It was a gold mine, and they were giving money away.
When I first started, of course, there was PayPal. I think at that time
Neteller had already been servicing the sportsbooks, but PayPal had all the
poker room and casino business. When PayPal had to pull out, Neteller
picked up all the slack. Seemlessly.

-Paul




 
Date: 25 Jan 2009 21:11:09
From: Paul Popinjay
Subject: Re: Fangbanger gets Banged---Russ G
<RussGeorgiev@aol.com > wrote in message news:eb77efa2-daed-4b04-9a77-

> Then Neteller closes down and keeps people's money for about a year.
> How'd you like it if you had 25K or more in there as some people I
> know did? I even warned some friends of mine a week before this
> happened, but, they knew more:).
>
> Russ Georgiev
>

I may be wrong on this, but I don't think Neteller closed down. I thought
they continued with business as usual outside of the USA. Am I wrong? And
also, didn't the government kinda seize those assets for awhile? Anyway, I
only had about a grand in it, and am happy I got it back.

-Paul