Mrringo.com SCAM

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03 May 2017
quincunx

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Edgware,Middlesex,UK

That is a good question,Aistyte.MrRingo are able to advertise for new customers,because the people who they advertise with don't really care if they trade fairly and pay their winning customers,they only care that they the advertisers have been paid.So all that we can do is warn people on forums and sites like this to steer clear of MrRingo and bookmakers like them.

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03 May 2017
Trevrizent

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West Midlands, UK

It's quite clear from recent posts on this forum that MrRingo is a 'bookmaker' to be avoided at all costs.

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03 May 2017
Aistyte0724

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Trevrizent wrote:

It's quite clear from recent posts on this forum that MrRingo is a 'bookmaker' to be avoided at all costs.

Sad, so i guess it will be an expensive lession for me :(

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03 May 2017
Trevrizent

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West Midlands, UK

Unfortunately I think that's very likely true. There's never any guarantee that a bookmaker won't defraud you and steal from you, but if you bet with a bookmaker who also has a UK licence (the UK Gambling Commission is one of the stricter regulators) as well as a European one, then you probably reduce your chances of being scammed.

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04 May 2017
Aistyte0724

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Thanks for all the information. So i hope that all plnayers who will read this will never play with Mrringo

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