Cybernox-emotions are gonna be high that's understandable. There's little point falling out with people. FWIW I have more than most in here-it makes me feel sick thinking about it. Abusing each other really doesn't help.
Link to invalid license: Cyberluck revokes Heroes Casino license
Originally Posted by cybernox
Its not about emotion dude .. its about ppl posting crap without proper Proofs. and when you ask them they say "its a confidential source" or "I cant disclose the source" .. posting half information is not the way. lol. then why are they posting ? ..
Originally Posted by bert38
@ThebettingMan: Yes thats now called a proof.
that was valid a few days ago. Now its InValid. thanx for posting.
Not that one holds out much hope but I'm sure I read somewhere in the last 72 hours that the licensing body required funds to be kept on hold at least equal to the sum of their current player funds and liabilities. I'm assuming there isn't any, but is the next step for all of us to jot down names, usernames and amounts owed to be sent to the Netherlands Antilles governement, to give to cyberluck? If it's to be done, then speed is of the essence.
Cybernox, I'm sorry I can't provide proofs of my intentions, I do hope my less than optomistic stance doesn't offend...
some 'proofs' - not that it is a surprise I'm sure:
for cyberluck - think maltese lga judging by lack of response to emails thus far
Currently the balance on their accounts is not sufficient to cover all the withdrawal requests we have received from our customers so they will remain locked until there is some change in their balances.
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You are right. So what do you suggest further ?
Originally Posted by EvilMickey
Originally Posted by butjoint
Posting names and usernames publicly on a bonus whoring board would be stupid. Anyone who wants their name sent along with mine, petition style is welcome to PM identifying details for Heroes. I will act with due decorum and discretion. That's obviously a matter of trust; those that aren't up for it, don't send anything. Those here that know and trust me, you're welcome to add your name to the disgruntled list.
My details will be going off, just on the off chance there is any money can be clawed back; I wish to be first in line! Ergo it doesn't bother me if nobody wishes to participate in this exercise.
Take it as you will.
EvilMickey did you receive my PM?
Originally Posted by EvilMickey
Sorry for the stupid question but I'm new to the forum and I don't know if I sent it right.
Hi all. I have had several PMs. I'm thinking of the best plan of attack - remember this is pretty much a no hope scenario. Sounds stupid, but we have heroes as the most obvious starting point, alerting them to just how disgruntled their punters are, in case they didn't know. It'll also give them the obvious slap in the face that we're going for it with everyone under the sun. It's worth sending a copy to Cyberluck (no doubt to be ignored), then the overall licensing wing of the Netherlands Antilles government.
I will send anything I write to all those who provide(d) email addresses, WITH THE OBVIOUS OMISSION OF HEROES DETAILS AND BALANCES. Some have wished these to remain out of the more public domain. Any reply that comes from our recipients to all included email addresses is obvisouly out of my control though, so those who wish details remain anonymous, have a think and let me know where you all stand on that one!
I don't know exactly how far things can be persued within the UK, as the company has roots registered in Yorkshire. I'd assume almost not at all but I'm exploring any possibilities. I have few legal contacts, so anyone who knows anyone is more than welcome to PM. Like I say, I think that line of enquiry is spitting in the wind a touch but it may as well be explored and put to bed.
I would guesstimate that REGULAR users from this forum are owed in total somewhere in the region of £35,000 - 40,000 from Heroes. Between myself and the first two PMs, we broke the £10K debt mark, just to put that guesstimate into perspective. I wouldn't be surprised if their total owings borke £100,000 but that is pure unfounded speculation.
I have been in email contact with Sean today. Apparently he is going to see Cyberluck very soon with the intention of asking them to re-instate Heroe's licence and get the website back up and running.
Even were he to be successful I have asked myself whether this a good thing or not? On the one hand it would give everyone hope that they may be able to see their money at some point. It might allow Heroes to trade out of this mess. It may just be the breathing space they need to allow the long promised injection of funds that Heroes have been 'on the point of' securing. On the other hand it may just be prolonging the death throes for another few days/weeks/months? Looking at it altruistically, shutting them down could also prevent some other poor mugs depositing into a dodgy book.
People have been contacting Cyberluck and despite their lack of response I am certain that Cyberluck have taken action on the back of those complaints. If Cyberluck were to receive further complaints the likely outcome would be to shut Heroes down, after all, their primary concern must be to close a bankrupt book.
If they were to be shut down it could be very difficult to recover any money.
Just my twopenneth...
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