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Hi.

I like to gamble with my spare money but a few of my online betting accounts have been closed down because I kept on winning!!!

It sounds dumb, but it happens to a lot of people.

Is there any way to open stealth accounts?
I'm a former lawyer. I can guide you on how to do it, but don't want this to be public knowledge
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interested here as well
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interested here as well
Might be doubtable...
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Just one thing,if there is interest I can proof that I´m not a scammer,it would be possible to give 1/2 freebies to serious users that can post about it,I think that in my stock I have william hill,Bwin,Bet365,etc,but most of the accounts are Bet365 accs.

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IMHO that’s a bunch of nonsense getting banned for “winning too much” online. First of all, you’ll never win “too much” if it’s casino table games or slots etc. The house always has the edge there. And when and if you start getting hot on any of these games, built-in algorithms will stop that streak in its tracks. Been there done that. But getting banned for winning legitimately - no way.

Sports betting -folks bet big all the time, never had a reputable site deny winning payouts. The top ranked sites are all reviewed by 3rd party gambling enthusiast websites, any troubles by customers would be giving them bad grading and reviews - the gambling sites don’t want that bad reputation in a extremely competitive market. AND they don’t need to, because again the house always has the edge.

If a user gets banned its because of something suspicious about the user. And as far as going stealth against a gambling website - LOL. That’s the equivalent of a crook trying to steal directly from the police. Good luck.
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Off-topic, I do miss live gambling - casinos still closed up here
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IMHO that’s a bunch of nonsense getting banned for “winning too much” online. First of all, you’ll never win “too much” if it’s casino table games or slots etc. The house always has the edge there. And when and if you start getting hot on any of these games, built-in algorithms will stop that streak in its tracks. Been there done that. But getting banned for winning legitimately - no way.

Sports betting -folks bet big all the time, never had a reputable site deny winning payouts. The top ranked sites are all reviewed by 3rd party gambling enthusiast websites, any troubles by customers would be giving them bad grading and reviews - the gambling sites don’t want that bad reputation in a extremely competitive market. AND they don’t need to, because again the house always has the edge.

If a user gets banned its because of something suspicious about the user. And as far as going stealth against a gambling website - LOL. That’s the equivalent of a crook trying to steal directly from the police. Good luck.
This is false -- you can indeed get banned for winning.

In the case of casinos, the house does not always have an edge, in circumstances where you play using a bonus, especially a welcome bonus. Players who only play using welcome or other bonuses are a net loss and casinos routinely ban such users.

The same can be said with sports betting. Bookies routinely give out "free bets" and other promotions. People who only play with free bets, or only bet the minimum required amount to earn the free bets, are a liability.

Furthermore, sports betting is not an exact science. The bookies do not have the means to calculate the odds perfectly. In some cases, a clever individual/group can calculate better odds, and then trade against the bookie for long-term profit. Bookies have loss-prevention algorithms which detect such patterns, and either ban these players or place stake restrictions on them.

All of this being said, I agree with you in principle. Most people who want "stealth" betting accounts either want to launder money or they're trying to make accounts en masse in order to abuse bonus offers. (And I also agree it's a terrible idea -- you will end up getting your funds confiscated and the police involved for fraud.)

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That's exactly where I was going with that. It's a federal offense, a felony, here.

I can't believe you "blokes" in the UK don't pay taxes on gambling winnings! I don't partake, but we get taxed on ANY "income".
Yeah a lot of gambling was done outside the UK to avoid taxes so they changed the law and made it 0 income tax which is pretty cool but only if you win
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Yeah a lot of gambling was done outside the UK to avoid taxes so they changed the law and made it 0 income tax which is pretty cool but only if you win
And the "odds" of that happening...hmm
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BTW, this guy got a 3-year prison sentence for the same idea:
https://www.newsshopper.co.uk/news/9...ambling-fraud/
Could ebay stealthers get in trouble under the same or similar laws? How come he gets in trouble but we don't?
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Could ebay stealthers get in trouble under the same or similar laws? How come he gets in trouble but we don't?
Read the entire article - he messed up big time.

One example: "The scam was identified on February 26 last year when an online betting company received two UK passports bearing different names but the same image within 12 minutes of each other."
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Read the entire article - he messed up big time.

One example: "The scam was identified on February 26 last year when an online betting company received two UK passports bearing different names but the same image within 12 minutes of each other."
I did read the whole article I understand he messed up what I am saying is if an ebay stealther messed up in a similar way would they be treated in the same manner? Of if the stealther didn't mess up but they found out you were stealthing by another means.

People here seem to think that ebay / paypal stealthing isn't treated as a serious crime if you aren't using your account to commit fraud / infringement etc but maybe it would be / could be treated in a similar way?
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People here seem to think that ebay / paypal stealthing isn't treated as a serious crime if you aren't using your account to commit fraud / infringement etc but maybe it would be / could be treated in a similar way?
Makes sense that harder action can be taken if big amounts are involved...and hardcore fr*ud
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Everything I see makes this look like a closed shop. If you are doing what I think you are doing that ship sailed many years ago.
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People here seem to think that ebay / paypal stealthing isn't treated as a serious crime if you aren't using your account to commit fraud / infringement etc but maybe it would be / could be treated in a similar way?
Like many things, it can cause problems, e.g. if you're transferring funds from a stealth paypal into a bank account you can get your funds frozen and bank account closed.. whether or not criminal investigations happen depends on the amounts and also whether or not the police already want you for something else...
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This is the first time I hear about stealth accounts, but I was interested. But I think that everything is logical, as in any casino they do not like it when they win. Although ........... is certainly strange
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This is the first time I hear about stealth accounts, but I was interested. But I think that everything is logical, as in any casino they do not like it when they win. Although ........... is certainly strange
Welcome to the forum - all the best as you master stealth

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I wouldn't like to risk, because I don't like to do illegal things.
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I wouldn't like to risk, because I don't like to do illegal things.
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I'm UK and have two canadian stealth casinos, jackpot City being one. Made with stealth id DL and matching stealth bank account.

Was easy and still open a year later I use it for cashing out and gamble just a little.
Thing to remember is they only accept cad money.
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Your best bet for stealth betting would be sites that take bitcoin. Nitrogen Sports is one that doesn't require verification if I remember correctly. Another one which I did use stealth verification for is sportsbet.io
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I really enjoyed this one. I know not everybody is into poker / online poker but I really was. I loved watching High Stakes Poker at its peak on YouTube and never had the self-discipline to get past micros online, but really enjoyed playing at casinos occasionally. Sometimes I play with my high school friends. It was very hard to bring all of them together because all of them live in different parts of the country. So we found a site with slots and games where we can play all together It is very fun and easy to use. I also started to play with other people because there are a lot of casinos.
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