This is an archive of a consumer complaint published against Anonibet at Scamity.com on 21-Jul-14.
Business Details –
- Name: Anonibet
- Address: 8939 S. Sepulveda Blvd. #110 – 732
- City: Westchester
- State: Aruba
- Country: United States
- Website: https://www.anonibet.com
Original Complaint against Anonibet published at Scamity.com on 21-Jul-14 says, verbatim –
Anonibet could easily win an Oscar for the worst online Bitcoin casino operation in the history of the Internet. Upon looking at their terms and condition I discovered that they were stolen from another website, along with licensing information. By the time I realized this, I had already deposited my first Bitcoin. When I made an inquiry into the terms and condition being worded pretty poorly, customer support gave me an amazing excuse they were written by a freelancer and therefore they were not very good. Wow! This is scary on many levels. If, after you have just read this, you still want to make a deposit, then you are setting yourself up to be scammed. Also, they seem to update their location pretty often it ranges from Costa Rica to the UK. A scam trail such as this should make you suspicious at the very least, whether you are a player or an affiliate. If you are thinking of doing business with Anonibet, please be careful, especially because they seem to freely admit to being scammers. Another nail in the Anonibet coffin is the fact that their servers fail constantly and they blame everything that happens on that. The funny thing is that their play software has also been stolen from another website. I think Anonibet have adjusted the odds to be in their favor though, which is not really a surprise to me. If you take a closer look, you may be able to see that they forgot to take out the name of the casino that originally used the software on their website. This is such a rookie mistake for such a seasoned scammer. I cannot believe they missed this fact and I actually laughed when I saw it. Avoid Anonibet and keep your Bitcoin safe!