Originally Posted by pbdave
Hi everyone again,
It seems these posts are receiving more credit than they actually have, meaning they have none. Any post from an "ex-employee" is made by the same one person trying to represent different people.
Now, one affirmation made here "Mainly, the number of password thieves, colluders and scammers on Pitbull is like no other poker site." This is not true; we don't have such issues as we use high tech security systems and have people all time watching for collusion, verifying information and confirming that everything is in good standing. I assure you that all of our member’s information is secured and encrypted. We can spot a few cases of chip dumping or the like, but nothing out of the ordinary.
Look guys, if you have REAL questions or if you want to post a comment please have facts, this is making you waste time and I am sure we can all benefit from proper discussions that lead somewhere.
Thanks for responding. I have been on vacation for the past weeks, so pardon the delay in my counter-response. First, let me commend you for talking with the poker community and responding to our concerns. The fact that you are here engaging us shows that you indeed care what players say and think about your site, something that the other poker sites can learn from. I have to say that my experience with Pitbull's customer service has always been second to none. It's a pity that you cannot get the other problems ironed out.
Secondly, since you quoted my earlier post, I must take exception to your statements that, "It seems these posts are receiving more credit than they actually have, meaning they have none.
Sorry, but I am not an ex-employee with a beef. I am a potential customer with some serious concerns, so please do not lump us all in together. I think the majority of the site knows that the OP was, at least, an anti-Pitbull troll or possibly a disgruntled worker looking to discredit your site. He has made exactly 2 posts at this forum - both anti Pitbull. However, other posters, including myself, have raised legitimate concerns.
You have stated above, "Look guys, if you have REAL questions or if you want to post a comment please have facts, this is making you waste time and I am sure we can all benefit from proper discussions that lead somewhere.
" This is a legitimate request, so I will take the time to respond.
I should qualify my comment that Pitbull has some of the worst password thieves, colluders and scammers in the industry. I may have spoken too soon. As I have already stated, I have never deposited at your site. I do have a substantial bankroll built through freeroll winnings, but I have not played many real money
games. I based the colluder portion of this statement from a) talk of players who have a long history of real money play at your site and b) the fact that "where there is smoke, there is fire" - meaning that if the password thieves and scammers have infiltrated your site, the colluders cannot be far behind. I will include a quote from a MOD at another poker forum where I play "private" freeroll games at your site. (I will not post the names mentioned or the name of the site, but I am sure you can find it with a simple Google search for verification).
"I was not going to post here. This morning I read what one of pits affiliates said to (Forum MOD's name) during yet another pit game. Why would a gaming site keep such a cancer? Are the rumors true about (Player's name) being (Known Password Thief's name)?
One thing I do not understand is why they have not removed these idiots and that is why a few of us would never deposit there. It is a shame, they have the best customer service in the industry and all everyone thinks about is the trash mob that is a part of pit.
Finally, you have conviently responded to those accusations, but what about the software bugs that have been brought up? Even if you solved all of the other problems, why should anyone deposit at Pit when you know that it is only a matter time until you are dealt your hole cards facedown and must play the hand in the dark? Do you have a time frame for when we can expect this bug to be fixed?