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When i am betting with amounts such as 0.08 ethereum i always get friend request. At first i always accepted them. Instantly when i accept them i get a message as "Hey bro how your bets going", i reply as usually "Bad" cause i always lose lol. After that they are always start begging for money. I mean just stop it, if i want to give money away i will send rains.
Do other people experience this to and what to do if someone is begging for money?

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I just do not accept invitations from people unknown to me, because I know that they will ask for money. I do not understand why people come to the casino to ask for money. When I exchange at Dinabot, I also receive invitations. Beggars are very annoying.

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This is the most disgusting thing on this site. I can not understand why when someone sees a relatively high stakes, some of the players start sending invitations for friendships. And accidentally, if you have allowed messages to be received from people who are not friends, they mess up messages. Which is very unpleasant and you lose your concentration as well as your money.

Stop doing this. Many of High Bets players make a lot of rains after they hit some big wins

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35 minutes ago, falchionman said:

Do other people experience this to and what to do if someone is begging for money?

Yes, sadly, almost every high roller experiences this.  Don't accept friend requests from strangers and make sure to have selected only accept private messages from friends.  You can also hide your bets so these lowlifes can't see you playing.

If you send a screen shot of the person begging to support they will be banned or muted, at least for awhile.

I'm sorry, it's the internet, and the prospect of free money brings out the worst in people.

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42 minutes ago, falchionman said:

Hello!

When i am betting with amounts such as 0.08 ethereum i always get friend request. At first i always accepted them. Instantly when i accept them i get a message as "Hey bro how your bets going", i reply as usually "Bad" cause i always lose lol. After that they are always start begging for money. I mean just stop it, if i want to give money away i will send rains.
Do other people experience this to and what to do if someone is begging for money?

happens all time. i used to do the same thing by accepting all friends requests, but now i dont even accept until i look at their wager amount. *cough* they're always these god damn hindu's or ppl from that part of the world.

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Get those all the time. 

Even if they seen me post in public chat how I busted 0.2 btc, they still have the nerve to ask. Needless to say they get muted. If you run into any beggars, simply make a screenshotz and show a mod. 

I still accept friend requests tho. I usually get them begging or just not talking at all. Lol. 

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4 minutes ago, wngo123 said:

Always when it's going better than usual, but when I'm broke nobody asks how am I doing and if I need some money :D

haha right? i'd rain out 0.1 ltc at a time at least 4-5 times in a session sometimes and, for some reason have a feeling if i was to ask for a hand if i had a bad day, that nobody would help a brotha out. its savage, but it is what it is. lessons learned at the end of the day. god damn parasites of the world

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You are right my friend.since i became famous cause  of being a high roller from winnings i had a lot friend requests.i am a friendly woman si i accepted that .but when i saw asking funds  or these stupid messages i reported them to  mods and support to do their job

Of course cause I WANTED i made tips to many guys.and i made loans to some friends i appreciate them.

Unfortunately some guys just played with my money earned and continue ti earn but never returned no even a pennie.Some of them returned less but most where gentlemen and gentlewomen.So.just ignore these friend requests and if you want to be friendly in the community YOU (CHOOSE) which you want to add or ask for friendship

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Yeah happens a lot lol. I don't usually report I feel bad, it's like reporting a little ant in the street or something haha. 

But usually they just get muted by others anyway lol. 

Here is two that were kind of blatent!

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But this one of the funniest i think haha , start by calling bro!

then offers nudes.... 

then just reverts to plain old 'spam' hahaha. 

Sometimes when you catch up with your chat logs it's just so funny you feel like you owe them money for making you laugh so much xD

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Why do I always succumb to the beggar, thinking that one day when i’m down and out that they will return the favor for me? For my own reminder:

1. Do not give to beggars thinking you will receive something in return.

2. When your heart becomes weak, remind yourself that giving in to their requests only proliferates the behavior until it is a widespread cancer. Say no for the community! 

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Yep, it happens constantly on all sites.  If you show up on the high roller page, send a decent tip, do a big rain, or post a big win in chat.  The leeches pop up out of no where, always a sad excuse as to why they need money.  I don't accept any friend requests except from folks I've chatted with for quite a long period of time.

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When you give money to moochers you contribute towards creating an atmosphere that encourages that behavior. It impacts the experience of each person who comes into contact with anyone looking for a handout. You are free to do what you like with your own money, but know that you are contributing towards making these places worse for everyone else.  Sometimes I tell them that I am down $1,000 and ask THEM for money, turning the tables on them, knowing they'll stop asking me for money. It works and they leave me alone. 

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11 minutes ago, Burgerwcheese said:

When you give money to moochers you contribute towards creating an atmosphere that encourages that behavior. It impacts the experience of each person who comes into contact with anyone looking for a handout. You are free to do what you like with your own money, but know that you are contributing towards making these places worse for everyone else.  Sometimes I tell them that I am down $1,000 and ask THEM for money, turning the tables on them, knowing they'll stop asking me for money. It works and they leave me alone. 

I'll have to try that one, maybe one day they'll actually tip back.

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I definitely dont believe that you are alone on this one lol. 
I havent had such crazy sounding beggars, like the person who mentioned someone begging for $10,000 tho. Thats crazy!
I think the worst I had it, was all the pm's and friend requests after winning one of the daily challenges lol.
I think I may try what Burgerwcheese said and seeing how turning the tables on them works. 
LilIntroVert may be on to something here.. maybe one day they may really just  tip back. 😂

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Every once in a while, when have enough balance to do it I do rains and tip some friends, then like sort magical moment I do get friend request which I never do green light because yes, at that moment, everybody ask for coins starting with "how are u bro", "hlp please", "I give back" and many that you I am sure know.  Rains and tips is the way to go, no begging.  By the way, I had never report anybody.  Good luck.

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