Like said, i give benefit of doubt to pretty much everything in internet.
But if this is true, isn't it against your regulations? People can collect money from others without even intention of paying back and they can gamble with those money? Ain't lawyer but i wouldn't consider it that much different when players have scammed money from others accounts and played with them and sites have got fined over it.
Since you have accuser here, you don't want to ask him if he is willing to show transactions he made and that he never got money back? Very easy also for brocky to proof wrong with showing you transactions. You don't want to check origins of his money when there is big doubt that he is scamming, not once but several times? Doesn't seem too antifraud actions from unibet if that is the case.
Edit. Otherwise any of this ain't my business but i think it is everyones business if your site gets heads up that some player gambles with scammed money and you don't do anything about it but close thread and give only accused person chance to reply.
I knew him for several months before the staking deal and I can afford to lose the money, obv I am still pissed to potentially lose it in this way. Appreciate the advice though.
@Jeppe-Unibet I think I have provided a plethora of accusation by various people over a long time period, but I can understand if you don´t want to get involved in it.
I have definitely learned my life lesson. I will never trust anyone with anything anymore.
@Dennis__ I don't disagree with you on that at all, it's just as company there's no way we can get involved on this level and I'm glad you understand. Any advice I could give, is a also already mentioned by someone else in the 2+2 thread as lots of people have experienced something similar in the past.
I just hope it all works out for everyone, really.
I'm locking this thread as well. See the reason here: https://www.unibetcommunity.com/t5/General-Poker/Brocky-is-a-scammer/m-p/350253#M51875
@Livertool, I think you fail to understand something pretty basic: we're not involved in this in any way. We haven't facilitated any transfers. We haven't accepted deposits from 3rd party. We don't have anything to do with this dispute.
There could obviously be money-laundering and RG complications, and that is of course all being investigated in cases where it's relevant. We don't comment on those personal matters on here, for obvious reasons
NB there's a big difference between stealing money from someone and have someone transfer money to you/invest in you, with the intent of using it for gambling/poker.