All casinos in the Palace Group (
aka
CityViews Group, see details below) that I've dealt with over the years have adopted a "talk to the hand" policy when it comes to player complaints. Although the casino rep here on the forums -- Andrew-RFB -- will inquire with the relevant casino regarding a player complaint no detailed information will be given. In other words he'll repeat what the casino says and nothing more. In the past this problem was minimized by the fact that we seldom heard of player problems at these casinos. Unfortunately that appears to be old news and we are now seeing a slow but steady uptick in player complaints for these casino properties.

The bottom line is that there is no avenue to properly discuss player complaints (
PABs
) with these people, their refusal to discuss complaints leaves players with no opportunity for dispute arbitration. As such anyone who submits a
PAB
to us regarding one of these casinos cannot expect the usual
PAB
service from us: we can forward your issue on to the casino people for their consideration but our involvement must necessarily stop there.

Players with complaints related to these casinos must refer to the casino's Terms and find the "Complaints" section (usually section 11 or 13). You'll be told to take your issue either to
eCOGRA
, the MGA or Kahnawake depending on your country and the individual casino.


The Palace/CityViews Group includes (but is not necessarily limited to) the following:
  • Cabaret Club (cabaretclub.com)
  • Casino Epoca (casinoepoca.com)
  • Gaming Club (gamingclub.com)
  • Jackpot City (jackpotcitycasino.com)
  • Lucky Nugget (luckynuggetcasino.com)
  • Mummys Gold (mummysgold.com)
  • Riverbelle (riverbelle.org)
  • Ruby Fortune (rubyfortune.com)
  • Spin Palace (spinpalace.com)


FWIW
I've checked with other respected player-facing sites on this and their experience with this casino group is the same (or worse): the "talk to the hand" message seems fairly universal.