Scam Alert: Over $230,000 Stolen from User – Avoid This Fraudulent Casino!


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Feb 26, 2024
In December 2022, a user opened an account with and began placing bets primarily on major European football leagues. Over the next six months, their betting limits were increased multiple times due to their high volume of activity. Initially, they faced losses for the first four months, but in May 2023, they had a lucky streak that increased their balance to $250,000. When they tried to withdraw a large portion of this balance, Kineko informed them on June 23, 2023, that their data provider was not processing payments as promised and that they were involved in litigation with the provider, which could take 4-6 weeks to resolve.

In response, the user argued that Kineko was responsible for their balance, not their third-party provider, and suggested a payment plan. Kineko agreed to process $10,000 worth of withdrawals weekly starting July 15, 2023, but only adhered to this plan for two weeks before missing payments. They then promised to process $20,000 on August 9, 2023, which also never happened. After constant delays, they proposed a new plan on September 14, 2023, citing issues with their sports data provider and the need for a settlement, given that the user had already withdrawn over $100,000.

The user reiterated their demands, emphasizing the need for a comprehensive update, an explanation for the delays, a clear timeline for payments, and assurance that their balance was secure. On October 3, 2023, Kineko proposed a new payment plan to pay $10,000 worth of withdrawals on the 15th of each month, which the user accepted. Although they received the first payment on November 22, 2023, Kineko failed to make the subsequent payments and became non-responsive, with the last communication from them on January 18, 2024, where they apologized for the delay but did not follow up.

This situation, including Kineko's involvement in an NFT project, highlights their unreliability. Despite the user's patience over the past year, Kineko has breached multiple payment plans, proving that their promises mean nothing. The user urges others to avoid using Kineko's website, token, or NFT project until this dispute is resolved. The total amount scammed includes 181,042 USDC, 42,026 USDT, 3.377 Ethereum, 0.3164 Bitcoin, and 2.59 SOL. Proof of these transactions and further details can be found in the provided links. Kineko needs to release the user's funds immediately.

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