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Old arber looking to slaughter former teammates
« on: September 24, 2019, 12:43:59 PM »
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I m sure you remember the guy. He is the one who identified a global conspiracy with match-fixing. I missed him.

https://www.sportsbookreview.com/forum/players-talk/3564431-changing-careers-sportsbetting-industry-p3.html#post28914481

Now he is looking for a new career to ''Deal with stupid users'' to use his words. The one out of 2 infinite things in the Universe.
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Re: Old arber looking to slaughter former teammates
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2019, 01:15:19 PM »
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I m sure you remember the guy. He is the one who identified a global conspiracy with match-fixing. I missed him.

https://www.sportsbookreview.com/forum/players-talk/3564431-changing-careers-sportsbetting-industry-p3.html#post28914481

Now he is looking for a new career to ''Deal with stupid users'' to use his words. The one out of 2 infinite things in the Universe.

I am sure he was not good at this since is looking to change team. So he will not be a strong enemy for us.
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Re: Old arber looking to slaughter former teammates
« Reply #2 on: September 24, 2019, 06:00:31 PM »
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Better encourage him to find his dream job. More money for us. Sometimes I believe he is the same with MADAFAKA the other star of the forum.
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Re: Old arber looking to slaughter former teammates
« Reply #3 on: September 25, 2019, 08:23:05 AM »
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Words are not enough for him.
I know many former arbers are jumping to the real estate even banking and accounting, but this guy should be so desperate. They are talking about an hourly fee of 20 USD. If he cant make 20$ from his home, looking for a 9-5 job then he was never a real arber. Probably another troll lurking around forums.
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Re: Old arber looking to slaughter former teammates
« Reply #4 on: November 28, 2019, 12:21:51 PM »
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Better encourage him to find his dream job. More money for us. Sometimes I believe he is the same with MADAFAKA the other star of the forum.

We are not the same clowns. Sorry.
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Re: Old arber looking to slaughter former teammates
« Reply #5 on: September 18, 2020, 09:10:54 AM »
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There are rumors saying that old arbers got job in PaySafe and they now slaughter former teammates. That is why many legitimate Skrill and Neteller accounts are closed.
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« Reply #6 on: September 18, 2020, 05:11:14 PM »
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There are rumors saying that old arbers got job in PaySafe and they now slaughter former teammates. That is why many legitimate Skrill and Neteller accounts are closed.

this is nonsense I believe

as someone ealier posted even a bad arber can easily earn more than he could in a regular job, a good arber makes/made same money
as well paid professional, this guy fairpunter is a loser and the post i read is pure jealousy and stupidity, this guy obviously was never a top
arber, if he was he wouldn't post that nonsense.

I too am an old arber, almost finished but still making lots more in one week than a trader employed with bookmakers makes in a month.
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Re: Old arber looking to slaughter former teammates
« Reply #7 on: September 18, 2020, 07:29:20 PM »
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I am not referring to fairpunter. He obviously has no capacity for this job. But I insist, a former arber now works for PaySafe compliance team.
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Re: Old arber looking to slaughter former teammates
« Reply #8 on: September 18, 2020, 08:55:04 PM »
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Should we consider this guy as a traitor? ;D ;D
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« Reply #9 on: September 19, 2020, 11:32:22 AM »
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Should we consider this guy as a traitor? ;D ;D

Are you referring to fairpunter or the PaySafe guy? These are 2 different cases. The first needs medical support, the 2nd is discussable.
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Re: Old arber looking to slaughter former teammates
« Reply #10 on: September 19, 2020, 12:05:42 PM »
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hahahaha, i don't know who is Fairpunter. I don't remember his posts
I was joking with the paysafe guy. I understand that everyone have to look for themselves and their families. And if this guy considers that is better to work for paysafe, there is nothing to say there.
Every person has their own problems, and their own way of think.
And maybe this guy is a very good arber, but he is looking for a more relaxing way of life...who knows...money is not the only parameter that we should consider in this case.
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« Reply #11 on: September 20, 2020, 10:07:24 AM »
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And maybe this guy is a very good arber, but he is looking for a more relaxing way of life...who knows...money is not the only parameter that we should consider in this case.

This is discussed so many times here. The life of a professional bettor is not comparable with a 9 to 5 job in any company.
First of all, we bettors, can have the leave time that we wish. We can go to the sea whenever we want, arrange coffee and meetings with friends, escort our kids to schools, be there when something is needed at home.
On the other hand, working for a company means that your ''there'' is a company's desk somewhere. Of course, working from distance is a new trend with Covid, but what is this % of hours that a company like PaySafe would allow to their employees to make from home? 10%? 20? Still, it is not comparable.
My guess, and that is just a guess, is that our friend in PaySafe lost his resources at a point and he wasn't able to continue like before. Or, his profits went dwon rapidly, and a PaySafe salary would be better than the arbing dividend.
Of course, I wish good luck to him, and I m wondering what was his profile here in arbusers. Maybe arbusers knows?
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« Reply #12 on: September 20, 2020, 11:32:14 AM »
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And maybe this guy is a very good arber, but he is looking for a more relaxing way of life...who knows...money is not the only parameter that we should consider in this case.

This is discussed so many times here. The life of a professional bettor is not comparable with a 9 to 5 job in any company.
First of all, we bettors, can have the leave time that we wish. We can go to the sea whenever we want, arrange coffee and meetings with friends, escort our kids to schools, be there when something is needed at home.
On the other hand, working for a company means that your ''there'' is a company's desk somewhere. Of course, working from distance is a new trend with Covid, but what is this % of hours that a company like PaySafe would allow to their employees to make from home? 10%? 20? Still, it is not comparable.
My guess, and that is just a guess, is that our friend in PaySafe lost his resources at a point and he wasn't able to continue like before. Or, his profits went dwon rapidly, and a PaySafe salary would be better than the arbing dividend.
Of course, I wish good luck to him, and I m wondering what was his profile here in arbusers. Maybe arbusers knows?

no successful arber quits arbing to do a regular job, only unsuccessful arbers would do this, the paysafe guy is nothing and nothing for
any guys who use ewallets to concern about, their decisions are not being guided by a failed arber.
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Re: Old arber looking to slaughter former teammates
« Reply #13 on: September 21, 2020, 09:27:10 AM »
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And maybe this guy is a very good arber, but he is looking for a more relaxing way of life...who knows...money is not the only parameter that we should consider in this case.

This is discussed so many times here. The life of a professional bettor is not comparable with a 9 to 5 job in any company.
First of all, we bettors, can have the leave time that we wish. We can go to the sea whenever we want, arrange coffee and meetings with friends, escort our kids to schools, be there when something is needed at home.
On the other hand, working for a company means that your ''there'' is a company's desk somewhere. Of course, working from distance is a new trend with Covid, but what is this % of hours that a company like PaySafe would allow to their employees to make from home? 10%? 20? Still, it is not comparable.
My guess, and that is just a guess, is that our friend in PaySafe lost his resources at a point and he wasn't able to continue like before. Or, his profits went dwon rapidly, and a PaySafe salary would be better than the arbing dividend.
Of course, I wish good luck to him, and I m wondering what was his profile here in arbusers. Maybe arbusers knows?
I don't know your strategy and approach. But my methods require I work all weekends, sure I have time during week. But most people have free weekends and no much time during week, so this is really bad for your social life. This is the worst thing about this job for me. I understand if someone wants to have more regular life.
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Re: Old arber looking to slaughter former teammates
« Reply #14 on: September 22, 2020, 12:36:53 PM »
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Other reasons for taking a 9-5 job instead:

Real life colleagues
Stable income and pension plans
Interesting work environment
No constant FOMO (fear of missing out). Friday afternoon is weekend!
Company parties
Career development plans
Employee benefits such as access to free gym subscriptions and cheap holiday rental apartments.
Important insight in case you "switch sides" again.

Of course it sort of puts a damper on your dream of becoming super rich and have unlimited freedom.

Another option is to do both, working on something extra off-hours.
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