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The HEXAGON SCAM/BULLs*** blog
« on: March 27, 2016, 07:28:33 PM »
DO NOT BE SCAMMED/FOOLED BY USER THOMASLEOR AND HIS "HEXAGON" SO CALLED SOFTWARE THAT WINS 100% AND WHILE HE TRIES TO PERSUADE YOU WITH NUMEROUS THREADS VIDEOS AND PICTURES HE ISN'T SHARING ANY MORE INFO OR THE SOFTWARE UNTIL YOU PAY HIM, ALTHOUGH HE IS DENYING HE IS SELLING IT IN PUBLIC, HE WILL NOT OFFER THIS TO YOU UNTIL YOU PAY HIM, STAY AWAY BLOCK HIM/IGNORE HIM HE IS A TRUE SCAMMER.

SAVE YOUR TIME AND MONEY !!! ONE MORE DEADBEAT BITES THE DUST. SEND HIM BACK WHERE HE CAME FROM THE CRAP LAND
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Re: The HEXAGON SCAM/BULLs*** blog
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2016, 07:30:27 PM »
Your accusation is noted but has not yet been authenticated?
 

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Re: The HEXAGON SCAM/BULLs*** blog
« Reply #2 on: March 27, 2016, 07:37:10 PM »
You guys just send him a pm and offer to pay him for the software and that you need it urgently and see what happens...well i guess after this thread not anymore

way more authenticated than his software is that's for damn sure.

thomasleor you are busted! go now and die somewhere quietly

now it makes sense all those vids and photos and he is a sneaky prick also "im not selling it" but also i will not give you any info only pics and videos and claims till i boil you up and you offer me your money yourself for this "software"

nicely done! jerk
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Re: The HEXAGON SCAM/BULLs*** blog
« Reply #3 on: March 27, 2016, 07:37:30 PM »
So, asiawatcher, has Thomas actually asked you for money? How much?
 

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Re: The HEXAGON SCAM/BULLs*** blog
« Reply #4 on: March 27, 2016, 07:48:10 PM »
So, asiawatcher, has Thomas actually asked you for money? How much?

he doesn't ask you for money, you will offer him eventually yourself and he will damn sure accept them, i offered him $200 and he said $300

so much for a software that tells you it works but does not give it to you and tells you to make it yourself and if you cant make it of course pay him a fee and he will send you the file but he isn't here to sell it of course only to show you proof and videos and pics out of nowhere like we care right ?

have you seen many people giving you leaflets advertising stuff that are given away for free? haha

trash this punk. his software is a load of bull, excel cannot even do the stafff he claims it does. save your money people dont even offer him a damn penny
 

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Re: The HEXAGON SCAM/BULLs*** blog
« Reply #5 on: March 27, 2016, 07:48:40 PM »
So, asiawatcher, has Thomas actually asked you for money? How much?

he doesn't ask you for money, you will offer him eventually yourself and he will damn sure accept them, i offered him $200 and he said $300

so much for a software that tells you it works but does not give it to you and tells you to make it yourself and if you cant make it of course pay him a fee and he will send you the file but he isn't here to sell it of course only to show you proof and videos and pics out of nowhere like we care right ?

have you seen many people giving you leaflets advertising stuff that are given away for free? haha

trash this punk. his software is a load of bull, excel cannot even do the stafff he claims it does. save your money people dont even offer him a damn penny
 

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Re: The HEXAGON SCAM/BULLs*** blog
« Reply #6 on: March 27, 2016, 07:50:28 PM »
‘Pure cash’ promise to beat Las Vegas casinos leads to indictment
David Ferrara, Las Vegas Review-Journal · January 17, 2016 at 3:14 am

Mark Thomas Georgantas knows how to beat baccarat, blackjack, craps and roulette in Las Vegas.
He’s producing a documentary about his system. Just fork over a few grand, and he’ll show you how it’s done.
“Once you experience winning with the ‘Biggins Craps System’ you will never look at gaming the same,” he told potential investors. “Talk about living the dream. Where else can you fall out of bed, go downstairs to a table, win, and go to cashier? No employees, no boss, no inventory, no hassle. Pure cash, baby!”
Georgantas, aka Mark Gigantis, aka Mark G, aka Mr. Smooth, persuaded at least two people to hand him more than $350,000, according to a recent indictment.
He name-dropped George Clooney and Matt Damon as clients. He said he had worked for the CIA.
He claimed he attended Princeton University, where he researched spectroscopy, the study of the interaction between matter and electromagnetic radiation.
Most important, he always walked out of a casino with a profit.
But when the two men inquired about their investments, Georgantas, 53, vanished. The Nevada attorney general’s office filed theft and securities fraud charges, and there’s a $500,000 warrant for his arrest. Attempts to reach Georgantas via phone, email and Facebook were unsuccessful.
Georgantas laid out elaborate proposals and contracts for would-be victims, authorities alleged. Last week, prosecutors presented his detailed scam to a grand jury in Clark County.
Georgantas projected his companies could earn tons of cash. Monster Gaming Entertainment LLC would earn $250 million on a $700,000 investment; Monster Intellectual Holdings LLC would earn $400 million on a $50,000 investment; and Monster Gaming Products LLC would earn $4 billion on a $250,000 investment.
He drew up a list of casinos — in Las Vegas, Laughlin, Mesquite and Primm — where he would gamble for the documentary. He budgeted how much he would risk at each property.
He explained that most gamblers lose because they don’t stay focused; they lack discipline and play intoxicated; or they have an inadequate bankroll and poor money management skills.
He never explained exactly how he won, but he promised that selling his system could make $3.9 billion alone. He could pull in another $400 million with a reality TV show, a movie, books, merchandising and a player for hire. He pointed out a Massachusetts Institute of Technology card-counting team and a successful horse-track handicapper proved gamblers can beat the house.
Georgantas would start by conquering local pits, showcased in the documentary titled “Vengance on Las Vegas” and a reality program called “Living Large in Las Vegas.”
The success would carry him around the world.
He predicted that some casinos might ban him, but that would only result in exposure through a New York Times best-seller, a “blockbuster movie” and “insane media appearances.”
Georgantas is listed as the president of 21 Matrix Inc., according to the Nevada secretary of state, but it’s unclear what that company does. Prosecutors said there’s no system to beat the town that was built on lost bets and no evidence Georgantas even really intended to produce a documentary.
It’s not the first time Georgantas found legal trouble through business ventures. Convicted of a felony in California, the media reported that he once escaped jail through a storm drain.
He was arrested in 2006 in a business fraud case after being found with a briefcase full of stolen credit card information, according to online court records. Authorities said that he used a stolen credit card to make purchases for Fire On Ice Inc., a business he still lists on a LinkedIn profile.
Three years later, he walked away from a trial on credit card fraud charges. He was caught and served time in state prison, court records indicate.
After his release, he moved to Las Vegas and dyed his dark-brown hair blond.
His LinkedIn profile describes a “Creative Hybrid Gaming Enthusiast / Cigar Aficionado / Professional Blackjack, Baccarat, Craps, & Poker Player.”
In 2013, Marcelo Caraveo had just sold his house, and he was looking to invest the money. Through a friend, he met Georgantas, who pitched the documentary and promised lavish profits.
They each signed a contract, and Caraveo handed over about $300,000.
He never saw the money again, according to his grand jury testimony.
Georgantas said his parents died, and he disappeared. Online obituaries show that Georgantas’s father, Clarence Georgantas, died in August 2014, and his mother, Teresa Georgantas, died a year later.
Evan Rodich met Georgantas at a craps table at The Quad, according to grand jury testimony.
Flanked by two men, Georgantas was “playing extravagantly, and he was attracting a lot of attention to himself,” Rodich said.
He asked what was going on.
“He told me that they took their craps very seriously and they always won at the casinos,” Rodich testified. “When he told me about his flaw-proof system of gambling, I wanted to get in on it.”
Georgantas mentioned his plans for a documentary. Rodich asked about Georgantas’ background.
“He claimed that he was an ex-CIA operative, and that if people messed with him, he could do really bad stuff to them,” Rodich told the grand jury.
Eventually, they drew up a contract.
A section in bold type read: “No matter what losses are generated the investor will receive all of his money back.”
Rodich gave $55,000 to Georgantas, who said he would earn $250,000 in 2014.
Not long after, Georgantas said an ex-girlfriend had a death in her family, and he needed to travel to Chicago to assist with funeral arrangements.
Those in gambling circles have been wary of Georgantas for years, suspecting him of being a con man.
When called out in a craps forum, Georgantas responded using the nickname “mrsmooth” and typing in all caps: “Either prove me wrong on the tables or start apologizing now … because every member who plays with me and wins is going to run you out of town!!!!! No one likes liars and scammers … before you call someone a scammer you better be pretty damn sure d**khead.”
— Contact David Ferrara at
dferrara@reviewjournal.com or 702-380-1039. Find him on Twitter: @randompoker

http://www.cdcgamingreports.com/pure-cash-promise-to-beat-las-vegas-casinos-leads-to-indictment/
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asiawatcher

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Re: The HEXAGON SCAM/BULLs*** blog
« Reply #7 on: March 27, 2016, 07:52:29 PM »
thank you !!! thomas you give Greeks a bad name.
« Last Edit: March 27, 2016, 08:08:02 PM by kav »
 

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Re: The HEXAGON SCAM/BULLs*** blog
« Reply #8 on: March 27, 2016, 09:14:49 PM »
@Asian watcher
who are you in this world of roulette ?
nobodies know you
your post is the most stupid i ever see!!!
please can can you stay out from this forum

you must understand that if thomas system work it is impossible to give for free or even with paying
only scammer sell system he never ask for money
so please shut
it is because of stupid people like you that intelligent and educated people leave forum

he explain how his software work as he is really passionated and you can see this reading his post !!
so if you have the skill you can contruct your own winning system

please moderator can youu remove this asian from the forum
Thank
 

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Re: The HEXAGON SCAM/BULLs*** blog
« Reply #9 on: March 27, 2016, 09:17:08 PM »
thank you !!! thomas you give Greeks a bad name.

You seem to be a greek with a bad temper.  I was born Greek (with a french mother and greek father). I live in sweden have studied in swedish university and if u google Thomas Leor you will find out that i live in sweden.

I have basically had enough of this persecution on this forum. The owner seems to allow trolls like you harass people who want to contribute. And REAL well, that guy has obvious issues of which paranoia is one.

I ll stay here and contribute some more as to help those who received HEX from me, because I feel responsible for what I gave them but then I will leave. This forum and its treatment of newcomers is a scandal,  to say the least.

Seriouisly, yuou seem to suffer from severe anger issues that indicates bipolarity. Seek help.

regards

Thomas.

Funny article btw. It seems roulette is always plagued by scammers  or lazy ppl unable to think for themselves out to make a fast buck.
« Last Edit: March 27, 2016, 09:21:52 PM by thomasleor »
 

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Re: The HEXAGON SCAM/BULLs*** blog
« Reply #10 on: March 27, 2016, 09:25:44 PM »
the treatment of newcomers is just fine. i only have been here for like a month, never had issues.
 

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Re: The HEXAGON SCAM/BULLs*** blog
« Reply #11 on: March 27, 2016, 09:37:33 PM »
Let's please calm down everyone.
Every argument or evidence can be presented in a polite way.
Please refrain from characterizations and flame-wars.
Topics that degenerate into flamewars will be locked.
Thanks for your understanding.
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Re: The HEXAGON SCAM/BULLs*** blog
« Reply #12 on: March 27, 2016, 09:41:15 PM »
So, asiawatcher, has Thomas actually asked you for money? How much?

he doesn't ask you for money, you will offer him eventually yourself and he will damn sure accept them, i offered him $200 and he said $300

so much for a software that tells you it works but does not give it to you and tells you to make it yourself and if you cant make it of course pay him a fee and he will send you the file but he isn't here to sell it of course only to show you proof and videos and pics out of nowhere like we care right ?

have you seen many people giving you leaflets advertising stuff that are given away for free? haha

trash this punk. his software is a load of bull, excel cannot even do the stafff he claims it does. save your money people dont even offer him a damn penny

200USD?  Are you insane? That is teenager money. If you try to spread lies at least make them sound convincable. You know who gives greeks bad name. That is actual greeks, in Greece, behaving like yourself. A petulant child ready to lie just to trash ppl that doesnt give it what it wants. T
Thomas
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