There does seem to be something fishy nevertheless.
Originally Posted by Casinomeister
The casino is supposedly in prelaunch, yet potential players are receiving emails "out of the blue".
What is interesting here is that in order to claim the free bonus, CS have to be sent the email and check their own internal database to retrieve the "code". This means the CASINO have obtained a list of players' personal details from somewhere, and are using this to generate this list of "invited guests" for the pre-launch phase.
One obvious concern is that either English Harbour or this other group sold players' details as well as company assets, and alongside this the Vegas Technology software was sold.
The two websites are merely similar, but look more closely and you will see EXACT rip-offs from English Harbour.
The most exact of these is the "fancy scroll" design in the middle of the line separating the bottom third of the picture from the rest. Only the top one is used on the Liberty slots site, but it isn't merely "similar", it is an EXACT copy. The casino chip is also strikingly similar, with the differences not being sufficient to avoid accusations of copyright violations. It is similar to the case of Jackpots Heaven thinking that making a few tweaks here and there, such as removing Thor's helmet & changing the colour pallete, meant it was OK for them to offer MGS games like Thunderstruck.
This all suggests that this is not simply a brand new casino launching with the software as licensed out by it's new owner. Other observations support the theory that they simply copied the EH website, and then set about changing it to suit. Unfortunately, they missed some bits out, leaving behind a pretty damning trail of evidence such as showing the old tournaments page from EH, which has absolutely no relevance to Liberty Slots, and is unlikely to have been put there by any other means than a direct copy of the whole website, and then forgetting to remove all the irrelevant links and pages before uploading everything to their webserver.
EH may have nothing to do with this, and their site may have been nicked simply because they had stopped trading, and it was simply left lying around on the internet. With no company behind it, there is also no-one around to take action over the copyright issue, thus a very good chance to get away with a cost saving shortcut, and no need to spend money designing their own site from scratch.
It could be this other group, not EH, that have supplied their player data to Liberty Slots. Players receiving this offer on an address that they have never used for EH should note which casinos they HAVE used it for, or even whether they have used it when signing up at any websites or forums. It is also worth quizzing Liberty Slots CS to see how much they REALLY know about you as their "invited guest", as maybe all they have got is an email list, but are pretending you have somehow been personally selected to try them out in this "prelaunch" phase, which could simply be their ACTUAL launch strategy - tell a load of random players they have been "specially selected", make then feel special, and therefore much more likely to take up the offer. In short, a bog-standard spamming campaign.
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