Deceptive Marketing Tactics
By Casinomeister Feb 24, 2022
Avoid these casinos at all costs:
It’s bad enough when a company sends spammers to a forum – posting bonus promos while ignoring any sort of forum rules or etiquette. Normally, when spammers are caught – drawn and quartered – the casino reps blame rogue affiliates or 3rd party marketing plans gone awry. That is how it is usually done.
But this situation is a bit different – here we have a person signing up using the email address of [email protected] and posting information about his casino. I am making an assumption here that since he is using a bona-fide email address as “manager”, that he is in fact the manager.
So as he is posting, other members start chiming in on how they are going to try his casino, or that his casino looks good and worth a shot – and he begins thanking them – acting all cordial and such. The thing is – he is talking to himself. That’s right folks, this guy was using several other accounts, all on the same computer, to trick anyone into believing that they are worth a damn.
This is bullshit. It is deceptive – it is a lie. And anyone who promotes their casino in this manner should lose his license. In fact, if you were to market a land based casino in this fashion, you would definitely put your license in jeopardy, and probably end up with some hefty fines or in jail.
Avoid these casinos at all costs.
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