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  1. #21
    Hey, Mr AxelWolf... are you expecting him/her to announce a scam is coming or act like a con is coming? No way. Act like a dummy, plead for help, maybe create a Go Fund Me page then have 14 socks post that they're contributing. That's a scam too.

  2. #22
    If Nathan is a con artist then Alan Mendelson is the smartest gambler alive.

    AFAIK, Nathan has never asked for money from anyone (correct me if I'm wrong) and has actually paid money to Wizard as well as Dan Druff for losing the lottery bets (free rolls). Nathan started posting on WOV over 3 years ago and is still us. I'm not super well versed on how con artists operate, but I'm pretty sure they don't pretend to be essentially destitute for a few years while many people get bothered with the alleged con artist....I mean, come on.

    A con artist would portray themselves to likely be middle class, wife and kids, everyone would like the person, all that stuff. Then they'd make up a story and say their wife and kids died in a car accident and losing a bunch of their wealth somehow, then ask members for donations / loan, etc.
    #FreeTyde

  3. #23
    A con artist can also say they're poor, works for minimum wage, claim they paid half their paycheck on losing bets and continue this ruse for years...and then ask for donations. All the while they also stand on street corners asking for donations with a hand drawn cardboard sign then they drive away in a new Mercedes.

    Of course the most gullible audience for con artist are gamblers. Gamblers get conned every time they enter a casino.

    We have no idea how many cons Tasha/Nathan is pulling here, on other gambling sites and elsewhere but Miami is the apex of the con man's triangle.

    Wake up, gamblers. Real honest hard working people don't do this shit. It takes a con to act so dumb.

  4. #24
    Originally Posted by AndrewG View Post
    Hey, Mr AxelWolf... are you expecting him/her to announce a scam is coming or act like a con is coming? No way. Act like a dummy, plead for help, maybe create a Go Fund Me page then have 14 socks post that they're contributing. That's a scam too.
    No, I actually think Nathan is on the Spectrum or has Asperger's or some weird thing going on. I have some information that she actually met someone in person and they were convinced she Is For Real. If I didn't believe this to be true I wouldn't be saying it. If you go back to the beginning I was one of the first people calling out Kentry/Nathan and her other socks and I never let up. She's definitely a liar and I don't coddle her, I basically give it to her straight. I told her multiple times most everyone is mocking and making fun of her even when they're complimenting her. She could be very annoying at times but with that she also adds a little bit of color to The Forum set times Well it certainly less boring than a bunch math Geeks posting up numbers all day.

    We got it, you think she's a con artist and you posted up your opinion multiple times. You've done your job and people have been warned if you're correct it's on them to figure out and make up their mines for themselves.
    I don't know what the rules are here as far as that kind of stuff goes but if it was my forum I wouldn't allow people to call people con artists unless they had sufficient reason and evidence to do so. I'm not talking about beyond-a-reasonable-doubt or anything like that just something more solid than an opinion.

  5. #25
    Guys, I'm not a Con Artist, it's the real truth!

  6. #26
    Originally Posted by Tasha View Post
    Guys, I'm not a Con Artist, it's the real truth!
    Fuck off idiot

  7. #27
    Originally Posted by Keystone View Post
    Originally Posted by Tasha View Post
    Guys, I'm not a Con Artist, it's the real truth!
    Fuck off idiot
    You be accused of being a con artist multiple times and tell me how much you like it!

  8. #28
    Originally Posted by Tasha View Post
    Originally Posted by Keystone View Post
    Originally Posted by Tasha View Post
    Guys, I'm not a Con Artist, it's the real truth!
    Fuck off idiot
    You be accused of being a con artist multiple times and tell me how much you like it!
    You are a con artist and you confessed to it by telling us about all the identities you have created and used. The next step would be to try to rip people off with scams. You have laid the groundwork for this with your posts about watching out for casino scams and for sending gift cards for bets you create. These are nothing less than attempts on your part to build credibility for the con that is sure to come. It's a classic case of a con artist at work. Everything we've been taught to watch out for.

    But you've been exposed. You'll have to try your con elsewhere. You wasted a year here trying to set up your scam.

    It's time to leave.

    Maybe there's a forum for quilting where you can try a con? Well, of course not. Quilters are not susceptible to cons.

    Gamblers are susceptible but you messed it up, and you were caught.

    Buh-bye!

  9. #29
    Originally Posted by AndrewG View Post
    Originally Posted by Tasha View Post
    Originally Posted by Keystone View Post

    Fuck off idiot
    You be accused of being a con artist multiple times and tell me how much you like it!
    You are a con artist and you confessed to it by telling us about all the identities you have created and used. The next step would be to try to rip people off with scams. You have laid the groundwork for this with your posts about watching out for casino scams and for sending gift cards for bets you create. These are nothing less than attempts on your part to build credibility for the con that is sure to come. It's a classic case of a con artist at work. Everything we've been taught to watch out for.

    But you've been exposed. You'll have to try your con elsewhere. You wasted a year here trying to set up your scam.

    It's time to leave.

    Maybe there's a forum for quilting where you can try a con? Well, of course not. Quilters are not susceptible to cons.

    Gamblers are susceptible but you messed it up, and you were caught.

    Buh-bye!
    I was trying to be helpful and warn posters to be on their guard with the Casino Scam Thread. I gave money on gift cards(Half my paycheck! ) for that stupid failed lottery bet and I get called a con artist! Nice!

  10. #30
    Originally Posted by Tasha View Post
    Originally Posted by AndrewG View Post
    Originally Posted by Tasha View Post

    You be accused of being a con artist multiple times and tell me how much you like it!
    You are a con artist and you confessed to it by telling us about all the identities you have created and used. The next step would be to try to rip people off with scams. You have laid the groundwork for this with your posts about watching out for casino scams and for sending gift cards for bets you create. These are nothing less than attempts on your part to build credibility for the con that is sure to come. It's a classic case of a con artist at work. Everything we've been taught to watch out for.

    But you've been exposed. You'll have to try your con elsewhere. You wasted a year here trying to set up your scam.

    It's time to leave.

    Maybe there's a forum for quilting where you can try a con? Well, of course not. Quilters are not susceptible to cons.

    Gamblers are susceptible but you messed it up, and you were caught.

    Buh-bye!
    I was trying to be helpful and warn posters to be on their guard with the Casino Scam Thread. I gave money on gift cards(Half my paycheck! ) for that stupid failed lottery bet and I get called a con artist! Nice!
    You left out your multiple identities. You also left out finding so many wallets with cash in them. I'm almost 70 and I never found a wallet with cash. How do you find so many?

  11. #31
    Originally Posted by AndrewG View Post
    Originally Posted by Tasha View Post
    Originally Posted by AndrewG View Post

    You are a con artist and you confessed to it by telling us about all the identities you have created and used. The next step would be to try to rip people off with scams. You have laid the groundwork for this with your posts about watching out for casino scams and for sending gift cards for bets you create. These are nothing less than attempts on your part to build credibility for the con that is sure to come. It's a classic case of a con artist at work. Everything we've been taught to watch out for.

    But you've been exposed. You'll have to try your con elsewhere. You wasted a year here trying to set up your scam.

    It's time to leave.

    Maybe there's a forum for quilting where you can try a con? Well, of course not. Quilters are not susceptible to cons.

    Gamblers are susceptible but you messed it up, and you were caught.

    Buh-bye!
    I was trying to be helpful and warn posters to be on their guard with the Casino Scam Thread. I gave money on gift cards(Half my paycheck! ) for that stupid failed lottery bet and I get called a con artist! Nice!
    You left out your multiple identities. You also left out finding so many wallets with cash in them. I'm almost 70 and I never found a wallet with cash. How do you find so many?
    when do you spend as much time in the casinos as she does it's bound to happen. I can think of three occasions where I found something with money in it. There was a rather large amount in a camera bag thing with no name or ID. I never thought about taking any money, my main concern was knowing how corrupt the security guards are and how to find the rightful owner (I have seen and experienced firsthand security theft). Don't ever turn any decent sum of money to security. Just give them your first name and the phone number and have the person contact you at the description of the the items and return it directly to the person yourself. Obviously it's only a couple hundred bucks, it's not worth the hassle just turn it into security.

    I know back in the day security guards would divvy up all the s*** people left in the casinos, so there was absolutely no incentive to get the stuff back to the rightful owner.

  12. #32
    Originally Posted by AndrewG View Post
    Originally Posted by Tasha View Post
    Originally Posted by AndrewG View Post

    You are a con artist and you confessed to it by telling us about all the identities you have created and used. The next step would be to try to rip people off with scams. You have laid the groundwork for this with your posts about watching out for casino scams and for sending gift cards for bets you create. These are nothing less than attempts on your part to build credibility for the con that is sure to come. It's a classic case of a con artist at work. Everything we've been taught to watch out for.

    But you've been exposed. You'll have to try your con elsewhere. You wasted a year here trying to set up your scam.

    It's time to leave.

    Maybe there's a forum for quilting where you can try a con? Well, of course not. Quilters are not susceptible to cons.

    Gamblers are susceptible but you messed it up, and you were caught.

    Buh-bye!
    I was trying to be helpful and warn posters to be on their guard with the Casino Scam Thread. I gave money on gift cards(Half my paycheck! ) for that stupid failed lottery bet and I get called a con artist! Nice!
    You left out your multiple identities. You also left out finding so many wallets with cash in them. I'm almost 70 and I never found a wallet with cash. How do you find so many?
    I found 2 wallets with cash in them. The first one had $200 in it, the second had at least $100. I found $200 in cash with no wallet on the floor.

  13. #33
    Originally Posted by AndrewG View Post
    Originally Posted by Tasha View Post
    Originally Posted by AndrewG View Post

    You are a con artist and you confessed to it by telling us about all the identities you have created and used. The next step would be to try to rip people off with scams. You have laid the groundwork for this with your posts about watching out for casino scams and for sending gift cards for bets you create. These are nothing less than attempts on your part to build credibility for the con that is sure to come. It's a classic case of a con artist at work. Everything we've been taught to watch out for.

    But you've been exposed. You'll have to try your con elsewhere. You wasted a year here trying to set up your scam.

    It's time to leave.

    Maybe there's a forum for quilting where you can try a con? Well, of course not. Quilters are not susceptible to cons.

    Gamblers are susceptible but you messed it up, and you were caught.

    Buh-bye!
    I was trying to be helpful and warn posters to be on their guard with the Casino Scam Thread. I gave money on gift cards(Half my paycheck! ) for that stupid failed lottery bet and I get called a con artist! Nice!
    You left out your multiple identities. You also left out finding so many wallets with cash in them. I'm almost 70 and I never found a wallet with cash. How do you find so many?
    Wtf? You're 70 and you're on this forum acting like a total retard while accusing Tasha of being a con artist?
    #FreeTyde

  14. #34
    Originally Posted by RS__ View Post
    Originally Posted by AndrewG View Post
    Originally Posted by Tasha View Post

    I was trying to be helpful and warn posters to be on their guard with the Casino Scam Thread. I gave money on gift cards(Half my paycheck! ) for that stupid failed lottery bet and I get called a con artist! Nice!
    You left out your multiple identities. You also left out finding so many wallets with cash in them. I'm almost 70 and I never found a wallet with cash. How do you find so many?
    Wtf? You're 70 and you're on this forum acting like a total retard while accusing Tasha of being a con artist?
    I'm 70. A retired criminal investigator who sees a pattern taught in every criminalist course.

    You are a gambler and most likely to be a victim... umm... sucker.

  15. #35
    Originally Posted by AndrewG View Post
    Originally Posted by RS__ View Post
    Originally Posted by AndrewG View Post

    You left out your multiple identities. You also left out finding so many wallets with cash in them. I'm almost 70 and I never found a wallet with cash. How do you find so many?
    Wtf? You're 70 and you're on this forum acting like a total retard while accusing Tasha of being a con artist?
    I'm 70. A retired criminal investigator who sees a pattern taught in every criminalist course.

    You are a gambler and most likely to be a victim... umm... sucker.
    Don't start posting the facts to these people. They get so irritated by them that they find themselves stepping outside of their comfy little safe spaces every now and then to mumble something.

  16. #36
    AndrewG, while I am only a damn engineer, I come from a family of major city and federal law enforcement. I applaud your comments. I may not feel as strongly as you but my Spidey senses knows that something is amiss.

  17. #37
    Originally Posted by AndrewG View Post
    Originally Posted by RS__ View Post
    Originally Posted by AndrewG View Post

    You left out your multiple identities. You also left out finding so many wallets with cash in them. I'm almost 70 and I never found a wallet with cash. How do you find so many?
    Wtf? You're 70 and you're on this forum acting like a total retard while accusing Tasha of being a con artist?
    I'm 70. A retired criminal investigator who sees a pattern taught in every criminalist course.
    In the Nothing is impossible thread you wrote:

    "I came here looking for info on casino promotions. My local newspaper does a better job with its weekly Las Vegas column. "

    Son of a bitch, don't tell us that you are the only non-corrupted retired police investigator in the country who is short on living expenses.

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