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Yesterday we were contacted by two players looking for help with this issue at ForvetBet. Yourself and another person claiming to be a friend of yours. The problem here is that both email came in within 45 minutes of each other, but more importantly large sections of both emails were word for word identical. These emails clearly have not been composed by two people. This isn't even a case of one party telling the other what they are going to say. These emails were very clearly composed by the same person representing themselves as two different people.
This type of practice in an online casino is considered fraud and we won't take any part in the representation of players engaged in this activity.