Justice against Bald Fred known as Bet Fred

Two Gun Bob

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Life is a web spun of ghosts dreams and illusions.
They make savage money yet whine like little bitches on a payout. Imagine the advertising benefits this would have afforded them and yet they felt fit to run it through the court for recompense. Shame shame eternal shame.

The Bet 365 lady is a multi multeye billionaire and Las Vegas was borne of the gambling spirit, yet the damage this had done to that baldy pricks scurlious company is immense and I hope he chokes on the negativity: That is all.
 

chaddblue

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He's good mates with the pisscan... that's where he gets his bullying from
 

Marklr

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I was reading about this today. Online bookies are a scam. It's appalling how it's been covered up...we all know why though: money. Did you know that an under 18 year old can deposit as much money as they have on one of these gambling sites...they can play as much as they like. the problem comes when they WIN!! no way can they withdraw their winnings. Now, obviously under 18 year olds should not be gambling, but isn't it funny how they take the money first? SHHHHH!
Another con is how they now have adverts where they pretend to care about problem gambling. "if you feel you have a problem...." Er...FRED...IT'S TOO LATE...they're now addicted and..you've took their money!! You've advertised it with more scams like "bonuses" to get people that have never gambled in their lives to give it a go..."it's fun". I know people that put ALL their wages or BENEFITS, into these gambling sites. They suck you in, get you addicted, get you to gamble all of your money, ruin your life..and then they give a you a number you can call if you feel you have a problem.
Imaging advertising crack cocaine on TV? The government are turning a blind eye...I'm no conspiracy theorist but this stinks of...summit. haha.
Anyway,,,this Fred Done twat is building a new housing area right near me on the old Manchester Race course in Salford. The amount of shares i've put into that! I despise him and all that he stands for. the smug, insincere red twat. Now he's been sussed out for the con man that he is...and all the other bookies.
 

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If you ever speak to any former employees of that Freddie Done, they all have the same tale to tell, that he's an obnoxious twat who treats others like shit. You only have to look at his development empire Salboy to see that he's intent on putting up the cheapest, crappiest box like structures on as much land as he can. 30 years from now his properties will be falling to bits*.

Glad the bloke saw through his bullshit and went all the way. Hope he also took them for damages too. Couldn't be happier it happened to the slimy ****.

*allegedly - you never know if the **** has his lawyers reading this.
 

BlueHammer85

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I was reading about this today. Online bookies are a scam. It's appalling how it's been covered up...we all know why though: money. Did you know that an under 18 year old can deposit as much money as they have on one of these gambling sites...they can play as much as they like. the problem comes when they WIN!! no way can they withdraw their winnings. Now, obviously under 18 year olds should not be gambling, but isn't it funny how they take the money first? SHHHHH!
Another con is how they now have adverts where they pretend to care about problem gambling. "if you feel you have a problem...." Er...FRED...IT'S TOO LATE...they're now addicted and..you've took their money!! You've advertised it with more scams like "bonuses" to get people that have never gambled in their lives to give it a go..."it's fun". I know people that put ALL their wages or BENEFITS, into these gambling sites. They suck you in, get you addicted, get you to gamble all of your money, ruin your life..and then they give a you a number you can call if you feel you have a problem.
Imaging advertising crack cocaine on TV? The government are turning a blind eye...I'm no conspiracy theorist but this stinks of...summit. haha.
Anyway,,,this Fred Done twat is building a new housing area right near me on the old Manchester Race course in Salford. The amount of shares i've put into that! I despise him and all that he stands for. the smug, insincere red twat. Now he's been sussed out for the con man that he is...and all the other bookies.

GamStop was a life-saver for me, if anyone going through any troubles - GamStop your online accounts. It will save you from further turmoil
 

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Standing on a fine line, between this and that
I remember the old one arm bandits where it was 3 cogs that spun round. The bastards used to fill the one of the teeth with lead so that it would hit on it but not stop, moving on to the next picture, so if you needed 3 aces, one then two would click down but as you saw the third ace and thought you'd one, bang it went past.
And those claws that come down and you grab the teddy then it lets go the cheating cunts
 

Marklr

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Look on the tv channels they use for adds. Aimed at young fellas on the piss. Adds targeting Women are on the rise. The pressure on common folk is real.
Gambling ads will be banned eventually... but not until some people have made more money than they need.
It's my conspiracy theory....get the masses addicted to gambling!
 

I'm With Stupid

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I remember reading a book called The Power of Habit, which isn't about gambling, but includes a story of a gambling addict in America. The casino knew she was a problem gambler, and constantly contacted her with offers of free suites, food, at one time even providing a limo to bring her to the casino and gamble. More importantly, they gave her credit. In the end, she'd gambled away over a million dollars of her inheritance, taken out a secret mortgage on the family home, and owed the casino nearly $400k, because according to the court "there is no obligation for casinos to avoid targeting problem gamblers."

Problem gamblers in particular react differently to near misses in a game. Most people when faced with a near miss will see it as a trigger to quit while they're ahead. But problem gamblers will get a hit of adrenaline that keeps them going. So how have gambling companies responded to these findings? Well of course they've programmed their "random" games to provide more near misses and keep addicts playing longer. They are even able to collect data on individual players' habits and adjust the game accordingly. Which makes a mockery of the idea that they don't target addicts. In America, 40-60% of slot machine revenue comes from problem gamblers, and people who play slot machines are more likely to become addicts than those who gamble in other ways, precisely because the machines are designed that way.

It would hardly be astonishing to find that gambling apps aren't similarly designed to target individuals' habits and provide them with the exact stimulation they need to keep gambling. It's therefore also unlikely that such apps are incapable of identifying problem gamblers based entirely on their gaming habits. Which of course could be used to prevent harm, but instead is used to extract as much money as possible from them.
 

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