Hi, I'm writing this on behalf of my mum, and didn't want to create a seperate account just to write this but if the correct etiquette is to do it thatLast Post By: akrus88 21st May 2013, 10:58 PM
Since the beginning, players have had issues with casinos - either not playing, slow paying, closing customer accounts, or other miscellaneous deeds. Sometimes it's warranted; sometimes it drips of unethical rogueness. When players are left helpless and frustrated - the PAB service is here to assist.
Since January 2002, players have had the PAB service. "Pitch a Bitch" - it's much more than tossing an angry female dog at your opponent, it's a cyber discourse between a disgruntled player and operator where we act as conduit. We will contact casino operators on your behalf with your complaint anticipating an acceptable resolution. In some cases, the casino needs to be persuaded to do the right thing - we engage them with logic, fairness, and our unequaled expertise to get things right. In most cases, this is what happens. Occasionally, casinos are not receptive to player arguments and we get the "speak to the hand" treatment. Fair enough - the player will be guided elsewhere (licensing jurisdiction, etc.) but these results will be disseminated to the public. Also, those casinos who fail to conduct themselves within acceptable business practices will be reported in our casino warning section or in the infamous rogue pit if necessary.
So heres the story (and theres a bit of "its your own fault" that may be sent my way... but it wasnt).
I found a new no deposit
Decided it was time to visit some of the old haunts and wondered over to good old RiverBell casino. Been a few years, started up a chat session onLast Post By: susanjbo Today, 10:09 PM