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Posted: 01 April 2015 06:25 PM   [ Ignore ]
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I need to borrow £1000 for a system i have to play at a real casino not online at Portsmouth.
This is not a scam.I will pay back £1500 an easy £500 for a month or two a lot better than bank interest rates or investing in boiler room scams.
I play double dozens which in the past i turned £600 into £3000.But paying bills and not been able to go for a while my funds are none at the moment.
I know this is a long shot i know what you will say get a loan or something i cant do that and have’nt got no overdraft in place.
Don’t post negative feedback get postive thanks.

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Posted: 02 April 2015 03:36 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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This can’t be for real

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Posted: 02 April 2015 10:37 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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no negative posts thanks guy

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Posted: 02 April 2015 10:44 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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not negative, just can’t believe you want someone to fund your gambling addiction, if you NEED the £ that bad, try a company called Provident wink

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Posted: 02 April 2015 12:19 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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fitlookingguy - 02 April 2015 10:37 AM

no negative posts

“Danger, danger, Will Robinson!”

A couple decades ago the company I worked for hired a consulting firm to upgrade its financial accounting system.  After some unknown, though I gather lengthy, period of time during which our accountants discussed their requirements with the consultants we IT geeks were pulled in to evaluate the technical side of the proposed system.  At the initial briefing our project leader basically ordered us to present a positive picture of the new system to the user community.

I called “time out”, and not very softly.  Having worked for the company for over 15 years I had established a reputation with users for “telling it like it is”.  I was not about to jeopardize that reputation.  If I liked what I saw I would sing the new system’s praises to the heavens; if I didn’t the best I could promise was to say nothing.  The project manager did not kick me off the techie team, but neither did he jump for joy.

The system was officially named IFAP, Integrated Financial Accounting Package.  After paying the consultants $2,000,000 the project was abandoned with absolutely nothing to show it had ever existed.  The leader of the consultants was a genius, but his innovative approach to system design was simply too nebulous.  We IT types never were convinced IFAP would work—the Devil was in the details—and our designation of I-FLOP turned out to be accurate.

Closer to home, I direct readers’ attention to Project X.  When that system was first announced here I and a few other Mathematicks voiced our skepticism of its worth.  We were told to keep our negativity to ourselves, so we desisted.  Two-plus years later Project X was exposed as a scam.

My point is that by seeking to suppress negative comments you are IMHO only admitting that such comments would be appropriate.

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Posted: 02 April 2015 03:23 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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fitlookingguy - 01 April 2015 06:25 PM

I need to borrow £1000 for a system i have to play at a real casino not online at Portsmouth.
This is not a scam.I will pay back £1500 an easy £500 for a month or two a lot better than bank interest rates or investing in boiler room scams.
I play double dozens which in the past i turned £600 into £3000.But paying bills and not been able to go for a while my funds are none at the moment.
I know this is a long shot i know what you will say get a loan or something i cant do that and have’nt got no overdraft in place.
Don’t post negative feedback get postive thanks.

Your Double Dozen strategy interests me .Is it much the same as my Double Dozens strategy ? What bet size do you propose making ?
And, no, I am not lending you £1000 - nor do I think anyone else will. If you turned £600 into £ 3000 why the need for £ 1000. Greed ?

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Posted: 02 April 2015 03:28 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 6 ]
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The Midnight Skulker - 02 April 2015 12:19 PM
fitlookingguy - 02 April 2015 10:37 AM

no negative posts

“Danger, danger, Will Robinson!”

A couple decades ago the company I worked for hired a consulting firm to upgrade its financial accounting system.  After some unknown, though I gather lengthy, period of time during which our accountants discussed their requirements with the consultants we IT geeks were pulled in to evaluate the technical side of the proposed system.  At the initial briefing our project leader basically ordered us to present a positive picture of the new system to the user community.

I called “time out”, and not very softly.  Having worked for the company for over 15 years I had established a reputation with users for “telling it like it is”.  I was not about to jeopardize that reputation.  If I liked what I saw I would sing the new system’s praises to the heavens; if I didn’t the best I could promise was to say nothing.  The project manager did not kick me off the techie team, but neither did he jump for joy.

The system was officially named IFAP, Integrated Financial Accounting Package.  After paying the consultants $2,000,000 the project was abandoned with absolutely nothing to show it had ever existed.  The leader of the consultants was a genius, but his innovative approach to system design was simply too nebulous.  We IT types never were convinced IFAP would work—the Devil was in the details—and our designation of I-FLOP turned out to be accurate.

Closer to home, I direct readers’ attention to Project X.  When that system was first announced here I and a few other Mathematicks voiced our skepticism of its worth.  We were told to keep our negativity to ourselves, so we desisted.  Two-plus years later Project X was exposed as a scam.

My point is that by seeking to suppress negative comments you are IMHO only admitting that such comments would be appropriate.

tut. tut. midnight. More people than Mathematicks voiced their concerns about Project X - unless you clam that Chingy is one of your Mathematicks .l.o.l.

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Posted: 02 April 2015 07:45 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 7 ]
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scepticus - 02 April 2015 03:28 PM
The Midnight Skulker - 02 April 2015 12:19 PM
fitlookingguy - 02 April 2015 10:37 AM

no negative posts

“Danger, danger, Will Robinson!”

A couple decades ago the company I worked for hired a consulting firm to upgrade its financial accounting system.  After some unknown, though I gather lengthy, period of time during which our accountants discussed their requirements with the consultants we IT geeks were pulled in to evaluate the technical side of the proposed system.  At the initial briefing our project leader basically ordered us to present a positive picture of the new system to the user community.

I called “time out”, and not very softly.  Having worked for the company for over 15 years I had established a reputation with users for “telling it like it is”.  I was not about to jeopardize that reputation.  If I liked what I saw I would sing the new system’s praises to the heavens; if I didn’t the best I could promise was to say nothing.  The project manager did not kick me off the techie team, but neither did he jump for joy.

The system was officially named IFAP, Integrated Financial Accounting Package.  After paying the consultants $2,000,000 the project was abandoned with absolutely nothing to show it had ever existed.  The leader of the consultants was a genius, but his innovative approach to system design was simply too nebulous.  We IT types never were convinced IFAP would work—the Devil was in the details—and our designation of I-FLOP turned out to be accurate.

Closer to home, I direct readers’ attention to Project X.  When that system was first announced here I and a few other Mathematicks voiced our skepticism of its worth.  We were told to keep our negativity to ourselves, so we desisted.  Two-plus years later Project X was exposed as a scam.

My point is that by seeking to suppress negative comments you are IMHO only admitting that such comments would be appropriate.

tut. tut. midnight. More people than Mathematicks voiced their concerns about Project X - unless you clam that Chingy is one of your Mathematicks .l.o.l.

  Scepticus are you calling me a dirty name (Mathematick). LOL Haven’t you heard the Chingy is a total
  scam, one of the forum members test 6,000 consecutive spins with 3 levals and he lost 300 units! And
  Tomuen, RoulettePro, and Houston are my best friends! No one should EVER play the Ching-A-Ling it’s
  a total waste of time on live tables. Like I have said from day one Never move from table to table and
  just play continuously for 6000 spins on ANY online casino because their the only place you can get a
  fair game!  Can anyone help me with a loan also, I only have $90,000 in my Chingy bankroll and I’m
  getting near that 5000 spin mark where I’m supposed to be at the point of no return. Come on, just a
  buck!!!!!  I truly love how some of the forum members can read and follow directions, I just learned
  the Chingy only has 3 levels, why didn’t someone tell me that 2 years ago. Oh and I forgot to tell ya,
  I have been banned from every online casino in the world and I’m a roulette wheel designer! Hope
  your doing well and I made a few of the good guys laugh a little. Look for my new book that came out
  yesterday, “The Ching-A-Ling Folly”.


  The bottom line is you can’t teach a born lose if he is a degenerate gambler, no matter if you let
  them put the dam ball in the pocket of the wheel.  It’s all an ILLUSION!!!!!!!!!!!

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Posted: 02 April 2015 07:58 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 8 ]
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Chingy711 - 02 April 2015 07:45 PM
scepticus - 02 April 2015 03:28 PM
The Midnight Skulker - 02 April 2015 12:19 PM
fitlookingguy - 02 April 2015 10:37 AM

no negative posts

“Danger, danger, Will Robinson!”

A couple decades ago the company I worked for hired a consulting firm to upgrade its financial accounting system.  After some unknown, though I gather lengthy, period of time during which our accountants discussed their requirements with the consultants we IT geeks were pulled in to evaluate the technical side of the proposed system.  At the initial briefing our project leader basically ordered us to present a positive picture of the new system to the user community.

I called “time out”, and not very softly.  Having worked for the company for over 15 years I had established a reputation with users for “telling it like it is”.  I was not about to jeopardize that reputation.  If I liked what I saw I would sing the new system’s praises to the heavens; if I didn’t the best I could promise was to say nothing.  The project manager did not kick me off the techie team, but neither did he jump for joy.

The system was officially named IFAP, Integrated Financial Accounting Package.  After paying the consultants $2,000,000 the project was abandoned with absolutely nothing to show it had ever existed.  The leader of the consultants was a genius, but his innovative approach to system design was simply too nebulous.  We IT types never were convinced IFAP would work—the Devil was in the details—and our designation of I-FLOP turned out to be accurate.

Closer to home, I direct readers’ attention to Project X.  When that system was first announced here I and a few other Mathematicks voiced our skepticism of its worth.  We were told to keep our negativity to ourselves, so we desisted.  Two-plus years later Project X was exposed as a scam.

My point is that by seeking to suppress negative comments you are IMHO only admitting that such comments would be appropriate.

tut. tut. midnight. More people than Mathematicks voiced their concerns about Project X - unless you clam that Chingy is one of your Mathematicks .l.o.l.

  Scepticus are you calling me a dirty name (Mathematick). LOL Haven’t you heard the Chingy is a total
  scam, one of the forum members test 6,000 consecutive spins with 3 levals and he lost 300 units! And
  Tomuen, RoulettePro, and Houston are my best friends! No one should EVER play the Ching-A-Ling it’s
  a total waste of time on live tables. Like I have said from day one Never move from table to table and
  just play continuously for 6000 spins on ANY online casino because their the only place you can get a
  fair game!  Can anyone help me with a loan also, I only have $90,000 in my Chingy bankroll and I’m
  getting near that 5000 spin mark where I’m supposed to be at the point of no return. Come on, just a
  buck!!!!!  I truly love how some of the forum members can read and follow directions, I just learned
  the Chingy only has 3 levels, why didn’t someone tell me that 2 years ago. Oh and I forgot to tell ya,
  I have been banned from every online casino in the world and I’m a roulette wheel designer! Hope
  your doing well and I made a few of the good guys laugh a little. Look for my new book that came out
  yesterday, “The Ching-A-Ling Folly”.

We all know that you are a scammer, chingy. why else would you give your idea for free ? You are so dumb that you don’t yet realise that the ONLY way to beata the roulettea is by using VB and buying books, videos, whatever from Kaisan at absorbitant prices !Or using the Last Five Number Bet !
p.s. I have this amazing Vb method. Only $ 5000 - interested ?

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Posted: 03 April 2015 09:10 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 9 ]
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This thread has got out of hand

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Posted: 03 April 2015 11:18 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 10 ]
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fitlookingguy - 03 April 2015 09:10 PM

This thread has got out of hand

Well. Did you honestly expect anyone to actually lend you £1000 to gamble with ?

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Posted: 04 April 2015 06:22 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 11 ]
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fitlookingguy - 01 April 2015 06:25 PM

I need to borrow £1000 for a system i have to play at a real casino not online at Portsmouth.
This is not a scam.I will pay back £1500 an easy £500 for a month or two a lot better than bank interest rates or investing in boiler room scams.
I play double dozens which in the past i turned £600 into £3000.But paying bills and not been able to go for a while my funds are none at the moment.
I know this is a long shot i know what you will say get a loan or something i cant do that and have’nt got no overdraft in place.
Don’t post negative feedback get postive thanks.

Guys, l think we all have to help this lost soul. Lets pray for him ...

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