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Uploading money anonymously

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by MMnemonic, Nov 3, 2010.

  1. MMnemonic

    MMnemonic Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I frequently bet on online betting websites and I was wondering how could I upload funds to my account anonymously.
    This isn't for any illegal purposes. I have legit personal reasons to do so.

    I don't want to use VCC (virtual credit cards) because what I have to pay for them wouldn't allow me to have a profit in the end.

    Take for instance betclic. They only allow visa, visa electron, moneybookers and bank transfer.
    Is there a way I could create an anonymous moneybookers account and then verify it through VCC? If so, could I possibly fund it anonymously somehow?

    If someone is willing to transfer the money for me I'm willing to pay a percentage over the transfered money.

    Is someone interested?
     
    Last edited: Nov 3, 2010
  2. DaChamp

    DaChamp Newbie

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    Hey, WIn32 is viewing your thread.. if he tries to PM you, don't trust the guy. He's so fraudulent he'll make you send him money and then deliver promise after promise. don't trust the kid
     
  3. Deviance

    Deviance Regular Member

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    Are you from a country that's not allowed to play for real money in the first place?
     
  4. nazareth1983

    nazareth1983 Registered Member

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    This sounds more ike a JV request or scam then someone seeking advice (tread with caution if you take him up on this)

    The whole thing brings up red flags for me :behindsof
     
  5. MMnemonic

    MMnemonic Registered Member

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    It is no scam man...

    If I'm willing to pay my share first...and I'm already telling you than moneybookers revokes payments so you should always confirm the transfer before sending your share.

    I got an interesting somehow different approach to it now, I'm just not sure if it is safe:

    1. I would exchange, let's suppose, 100$ in Liberty Reserve money for 90$ into a fake moneybookers account.
    2. I would be able to play anonymously and I would win.
    3. I would exchange my, let's say, 130$ of investment+profit from moneybookers to Liberty Reserve.

    Only the exchanger would know the real money source. Supposing I was using an exchanger from the Seychelles or Costa Rica was he ever going to be contacted as a manner of tracing the money? And if so, would he reveal it?

    I suppose they don't have to do that being in an offshore haven.
    Also for 130$ was someone even going to bother?

    PS: Yes, I am able to play. My country accepts online gambling. I just dont want people knowing who I am. Period.
     
  6. MMnemonic

    MMnemonic Registered Member

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    I am allowed to play for real money.

    Why?
     
  7. MMnemonic

    MMnemonic Registered Member

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    By the way, would Liberty Reserve reveal our identity?

    I know you can input fake details but they would always be able to say where our money came from. But aren't they offshore for some reason, like anonymity?
     
  8. MMnemonic

    MMnemonic Registered Member

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    This one is important. Does someone have the answer?
     
  9. MMnemonic

    MMnemonic Registered Member

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    Bumper...
     
  10. zebrahat

    zebrahat Elite Member

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    LR uses session cookies, logs files, and checks IPs, according to their privacy policy (below). They are not required to disclose info to the feds (as a Costa Rica based site) but as a matter of policy seem inclined to cooperate with TPTB if you do the normal things that may trigger interest (do transactions or receive/spend amounts over $10,000). If you do the normal workarounds like use VPNs/secure proxies and clear cookies, while conducting smaller scale business you should be able to maintain good anonymity.

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    http://www.libertyreserve.com/en/home/privacypolicy