Casino Complaint 32 red and m/gaming (merged thread)

suzy1975

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Has anyone ever noticed that when a m/g casino has a problem they say they have to contact there software provider, well i for one think this is a crock to be honest as my money is not with the software provider, it is with the casino i am a member of. M/G then always reply "it played out properly" or "it was within the parameters of the game" when it is all a bunch of b.s. as we have seen it play out and what did and did not happen, in fact i am interested to know if anyone has ever had m/g admit an error!!! I am now left in a position where the casino i am a member of and have over 46000 spins this month in and i think is great but i am having to leave it because of errors through m/g who keep insisting it is my serverbut my server is fine every one of them 46000+ spins but they seem disinterested in this fact. I also see that there jackpot thermometers are suspect as i was on the kathmandu slot and the thermometer was at 999.0 and i won it twice including once at bet max and it has still remained there for over 5 weeks (why would that be) I would be interested if any microgaming employee would speak to me but they dont deal with the public at all so why on earth should we be forced to wait for these people when something goes wrong............anyway give me your feelings on this plz.
 

suzy1975

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32 red and m/gaming

okay dokey, where to start....mmmmm. i am at this moment a member of 32 red and would like to make this much clear before i do this thread that i have been treated more than fairly by all of their staff since i joined them, especially Steve Finnan who has been approachable and as honest as the day is long with me and as i have hearing difficulties he has been very patient also....now to the bad part, microgaming have caused me nothing but grief recently with getting kicked out of tournaments and games that do not appear to play out properly from my side and on a few occasions 32 red has sent these issues for investigation and never in all the dealings i have had with them has microgaming admitted any faults or wrongdoing,also their payouts seem to have taken a nose dive recently, but i suppose that could be luck. Why should a world class casino like this have to put up with this is beyond me and i think at very least they M/G) should be contactable by the public as our hard earned is going through their software and they are losing good casinos, loyal customers as everything is within the parameters of the game and the game played out correctly, never goes wrong no matter what(strange) anyway i had my thoughts of leaving the casino and going elsewhere but why should i? I like the casino, they treat me fairly and all in all i would struggle to find another as patient, Please has anyone else faced these problems or similar with m/g casinos or maybe ....just maybe its me.(lol) let me know what you think pleeeeeeeeease

CHILL TIME:thumbsup:
 

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I had some major problems with gaming club casino. Same thing with the tourneys, I would buy in then after a few spins booted. Few of the games spun weird for me also. Sent a few shots away, tech opened a chat box walked me through some issues but to no avail. Then as they added new games downloads would not add in. During one session i kept getting booted out of a game i was playing. Got fed up deleted casino. Customer service was great on this they put my money into instadebit 20 minutes after my chat with them. A few months later a few of the guys on here helped me with my computer and poof problems are solved. Gaming club sent me free chip for downloading again and off i went. Now as far as the tourneys go, I also get the old boot now and then. But never as of now on a tourney i have paid for or added money into.
Maybe one of the guys could answer that for me. Is it if there is cash involved in a tourney you are playing on a different part of their servers?

If you want message me and i will message you back on what i had done to fix this problem. I use windows 98. Nvidia card.
 

suzy1975

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hi there Nicole

[Max says: here suzy is making reference to an old thread: Bye Bye 32Red.]

Hi to all

I just said Bye Bye to 32 red guys. I was not lucky there. I was playing nearly one week and nothing came out there from the slots. The games are too too difficult not as any other MG casinos .Iam not posting to compaint about them, maybe just a luck and good luck to other players. I have asked the chat suport who are very nice to close my account definitively .It is no sense that such casino have this kind of support but the games are ????.I prefer not to accuse them.
Nicole may i say i have had my problems with 32 red and as an avid fan of them i also was about to close my account during a bad run of luck but i assure you they have the best support staff in the business and your luck will change, so give them another go and im sure you will find it does even itself out.
 
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suzy1975

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you are so ungrateful

I closed my account at 32Red a few weeks ago for a couple of reasons, the main one being their conflicting and very poorly written T&C's and banking software.

In brief - the bonus T&C's said you cannot withdraw until you play the bonus through X times - fair enough. However, when the banking facility states that you can 'withdraw real money at any time' it becomes a problem. I deposited 100, got a small bonus, won about 400 soon after and couldn't withdraw because of the bonus, even though I didn't use the bonus funds and won with my 'real' money.

Their explanation for this - 'We plan to implement afterwager bonuses, that is why this text is live'...or in not so many words because they struggle to explain such a cock up to someone who understands these things.

So, 32Red, not the best...they won't be seeing any of the 2k winnings I've had off them any time soon, not until they hold their hands up to a mistake and correct it. I bet if I logged in now the banking facility would still state the same T&C's...


Edit:

Your Bonus Balance CANNOT be withdrawn.

It can only be used to place wagers.

Your Cash Balance may be withdrawn at any time.

As you meet the required playthrough requirements, credits will automatically be transferred from your Bonus Balance to your Cash Balance.


Oh look, they ARE still live. Nice one 32Red...I suggest everyone jump on the band wagon here and make the most of this mistake, maybe then they will realise just how conflicting their T&C's are...they still owe me over 400.
Rhyzz i too have had problems with 32 red but always found that they went the extra mile to assist me, that said you state they wont be seeing any of the 2k i won......so its a crap casino with great payouts you sound a little greedy to me where you want the whole pie and not just a piece of it.
 

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Suzy, this thread is over a year old, and the OP hasn't been around here in ages. Can you check the dates on threads before you post in them, if you've found them through the search function. :)
 

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Nicole may i say i have had my problems with 32 red and as an avid fan of them i also was about to close my account during a bad run of luck but i assure you they have the best support staff in the business and your luck will change, so give them another go and im sure you will find it does even itself out.

I joined 32 red last week & had no luck at all either, I won't be going back, $100 & not even a win over $5 or free games either. The original post is nearly 12 months old & this casino is still not paying out :eek: makes you wonder, lol.
 

suzy1975

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32 red payouts

i wonder if i am the only person this has happened to, Every day i defend 32 RED but no more. I loved the casino and their staff however i just spent a whole month building up a slots bonus with the slotmeister comp. and did 48500 spins in that month to receive a 125 pound bonus. I go on the slot and the usual small bets @1p -4p per line bring bonuses galore with no major pays.(fair enough) i gets to 130 pounds and put my bet up to 10p and boom.....guess what....no more wins or bonuses down to zero, if this was the first time this sequence of events happened i would say fair enough however this is the 4th or 5th time i have put my bet up on different games and been slaughtered. On the phone i get the usual your payout was 62% not great but within the parameters of the game and TBO i doubt the 62% is accurate. I obviously dont blame the casino but the software provider who should be struck off(is that even possible) but i feel 32 red may have lost their most loyal customer and defender.

Peace Out Everyone
 

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This has to do with the software, not 32Red...and don't smack me for defending them, cause I can't even play there...just an impartial observer :p

Maybe a title change is in order?
 

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I'd add that if you were playing say a 20-line slot at 10p a line with a bankroll of 130, and it is a medium or high variance slot, it doesn't take much of a bad streak to get through that. My advice would be play low variance slots to compensate.

Understanding how to balance variance and bankroll is the most important part of a slot players armoury. Along with knowing when to quit lol. That's where I always struggle :D

Edited: Changed the thread title as a) it's not really a bonus issue, and b) it's not really a rogue issue.
 

vinylweatherman

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The answer is simple - don't increase your bet - ever. Casinos will lose (or rather not make) money this way, but will still face the same fixed costs for operating the account. If this is a genuine case of rigged to lose at high bets, then so many players will steer clear of higher bets based on this kind of experience that MGS would be forced to change the way it designes games.

As for the 32Red slotmeister, it is necessary to have an average of a mere 0.10 per spin in order to qualify for the bonus, so raising bets to anywhere near 10p per line should be unnecessary.

The problem with raising bets with the same bankroll is that you get much higher absolute variance, which means you are much more likely to bust before reaching the next feature. Many slots seem to reserve a third to half their payout for the feature game, so if you don't hit any, you will get a poor payout figure.

You can sometimes catch out the slots by jumping around with the coin size and coins per line figures, and see if it looks more "feature friendly". You can also try the clones. If Thunderstruck is poor, jump to Ladies Night, Spring Break, Jane Blonde, or Adventure Palace. I believe Summertime to be a clone as well, but using the newer layout.
 

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Also, the Slotsmeister carries a mere 5x WR, so playing slots at medium stakes is rather a strange way of attempting to clear the wagering, if that was your intention. Which I would presume to be so?
 

vinylweatherman

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Problems with the tournaments are a MASSIVE issue, yet MGS continue to bury their heads in the sand, preferring to continually blame the player's kit.

This is a poor attitude, as it should be MGS that designes the software to be compatable with what players have in the real world, not what works under laboratory conditions.

It is clear that tournament issues are THEIR fault, because the issues commonly experienced with tournaments are strikingly absent from the normal lobby versions of the games. If this were a problem with the player's kit, they would be booted, lagged, etc just as often when playing "normal" Tomb Raider, for example, as when playing the Tournament game.

The connection to the tournaments goes via the casino lobby, rather than directly. This has to add many more "hops" to the connection, and probably unnecessary ones as well.

An example. Casino server is in Kahnawake, Tournament server in Europe.

If a player in Europe logs on to play a tournament, their signal has to go all the way to Kahnawake, and then to Europe, then back again for the result of the tournament spin. This could explain why there is so much more lag and booting with tournaments than with normal play. The problem is, lagging and booting is a BIG PROBLEM when you have a TIMED event, and only an irritation when playing a "normal" casino game.

This has all had the effect of reducing the number of players prepared to PAY for entry, with casinos dishing out loads more FREE entries to get players interested. Often, only the first round is free, and I suspect they hope that after getting a good free first round, most players will pay for continues.

The $20,000 weekender shows this well. It seems that there has been some kind of "ban" on casinos dishing out free entries, which inflated the numbers to over 1000, but when no free entries are issued, there are only around 300-400 registered players. many have probably won these entries through the feeders. BEFORE the period where loads of free entries were dished out, the feeders and those prepared to pay the $20 often resulted in 600-800 players registered to compete.
 

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Suzy...sorry your play did not go well on your bonus. My slotmeister win was $32, I though I'd share my recent chat...edited to remove personal details:

Paul: Thank you for contacting us, Linda. My name is Paul, how can I help?
Jazzy: Hi Paul, P32RExxxxx...just wondering if I have completed my wagering
Paul: Hi Jazzy
Paul: let me just check that for you
Paul: looking good Linda, so far u have wagered 184.59
Jazzy: great, cleared the WR!
Paul: so yes you have completed!!
Paul:
Jazzy: Paul, can you give me my statistics as a percent of total play? There is a thread from another player who is not happy with her results from the Slotmeister tourney bonus, I'd like to respond..
Jazzy: but since I have about doubled, I know I am over 100
Paul: since you were awarded bonus
Paul: let me check for you
Jazzy: yes, just today's play
Paul: 118% Hurrah!!!
Paul:
Jazzy: see, I don't always get this stats...I know I could get like 98 percent and still lose everything if I played long enough
Jazzy: and my biggesst win was at 50cents, more than my average bet,
Jazzy: so I've double my money, met WR, but average is not 200%
Paul: yep, well done Linda
Jazzy: still, I'd like to respond, so thank you for the info.
Paul: hope your good luck continues!
Jazzy: and I haven't quit playing, so they might get worse, lol
Paul: aaagh!!
Paul:
Paul: kk, bye for now Jazzy

Now, that's only about 1,000 spins give or take. I actually though the percentage would be higher in fact, but I played a couple of hundred spins on Thunderstruck with just one bonus that paid $2.

Reputable casinos are few and far between, so I don't know if I would despair of 32Red just yet Suzy.
 

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The $20,000 weekender shows this well. It seems that there has been some kind of "ban" on casinos dishing out free entries, which inflated the numbers to over 1000, but when no free entries are issued, there are only around 300-400 registered players. many have probably won these entries through the feeders. BEFORE the period where loads of free entries were dished out, the feeders and those prepared to pay the $20 often resulted in 600-800 players registered to compete.

In the previous format (Tomb Raider) there used to be 600-800 players because there were 30 free entries given in each feeder and those feeders took place every four hours Mon-Thu. Now only 5 or 12 free entries per feeder are given which explains the drop to 400 players per week.

I actually preferred the old version where you had to invest $100 to complete all the legs, as the competition level was reasonable and you could often quarantee a profit if you had a good first leg.
 

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The connection to the tournaments goes via the casino lobby, rather than directly. This has to add many more "hops" to the connection, and probably unnecessary ones as well.

An example. Casino server is in Kahnawake, Tournament server in Europe.

If a player in Europe logs on to play a tournament, their signal has to go all the way to Kahnawake, and then to Europe, then back again for the result of the tournament spin. This could explain why there is so much more lag and booting with tournaments than with normal play. The problem is, lagging and booting is a BIG PROBLEM when you have a TIMED event, and only an irritation when playing a "normal" casino game.

I highly doubt this is true, since the casino server is irrelevant to tournament gaming - it matters not what casino you enter from - the only difference between different lobbies may be additional XML to show a casino-specific tournament.

Once connected, you are connected to the relevant URL by normal routing procedures - there is simply no need for the casino server to act as a proxy.

The reason they have problems is simple - too many people sending too many requests to the servers at the same time. I doubt it's a bandwidth problem.
 

vinylweatherman

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I highly doubt this is true, since the casino server is irrelevant to tournament gaming - it matters not what casino you enter from - the only difference between different lobbies may be additional XML to show a casino-specific tournament.

Once connected, you are connected to the relevant URL by normal routing procedures - there is simply no need for the casino server to act as a proxy.

The reason they have problems is simple - too many people sending too many requests to the servers at the same time. I doubt it's a bandwidth problem.

If it is this simple, MGS would have solved this long ago. If it is due to too many requests to the server at the same time, then either there needs to be more servers, or less tournaments running at the same time.

It is not just about lag, there is the issue of the tournaments not showing at all when logging into the casino lobby, and the connection dropping from the tournament server altogether - this certainly looks like the casino server is being used as a proxy for connecting players to the tournament server.

Considering there have been vocal complaints about these tournaments for some while, it is about time MGS found a solution.

With some revelations about how live dealer games can go wrong in another thread, MGS are looking pretty bad to me, since with real money at stake, systems should already be in place to ensure that things "fail safe", rather than leaving players out of pocket. MGS already have this implemented for the casino games, you simply return to where you left off - so why not implement this for tournaments.

Perhaps an operator can tell us whether their MGS casino server acts as a proxy for tournament play, or whether the player is directly connected to the tournament server once they click on a running tournament.
 

vinylweatherman

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Has anyone ever noticed that when a m/g casino has a problem they say they have to contact there software provider, well i for one think this is a crock to be honest as my money is not with the software provider, it is with the casino i am a member of. M/G then always reply "it played out properly" or "it was within the parameters of the game" when it is all a bunch of b.s. as we have seen it play out and what did and did not happen, in fact i am interested to know if anyone has ever had m/g admit an error!!! I am now left in a position where the casino i am a member of and have over 46000 spins this month in and i think is great but i am having to leave it because of errors through m/g who keep insisting it is my serverbut my server is fine every one of them 46000+ spins but they seem disinterested in this fact. I also see that there jackpot thermometers are suspect as i was on the kathmandu slot and the thermometer was at 999.0 and i won it twice including once at bet max and it has still remained there for over 5 weeks (why would that be) I would be interested if any microgaming employee would speak to me but they dont deal with the public at all so why on earth should we be forced to wait for these people when something goes wrong............anyway give me your feelings on this plz.

Yes:D

Mupinfo - nice dinner out of 32Red for me demonstrating it to MGS (through their tech team), because THEY couldn't find it at MGS HQ, and said nothing was amiss:rolleyes:

Better still, I later found MGS were LYING, because Fortune Lounge had already been issued with a "casino repair tool" by MGS to distribute to players suffering such problems at FL casinos.

MGS DO have problems, but policy seems to be never to admit it, but "quiet fix" some of them when they are brought to their attention. They tend NOT to fix problems that do not cost casinos anything, but give out their standard "blame the player's kit" reply.

Mupinfo got a fix because once a player was affected, they could no longer play at all at that particular MGS casino, meaning casinos were steadily losing players who decided the simplest solution was to switch to an MGS casino unaffected by the problem, since at the time the only solution was a complete reinstall of 1Gig, and even then, the problem could simply come back straight away.


There was also this from 2006 - a very puzzling case indeed:confused:

https://www.casinomeister.com/forums/threads/vegas-joker-and-vegas-country-not-paying.15291/

https://www.casinomeister.com/forum...ecent-dispute-over-payment-of-winnings.15469/


I got curious, and even MORE curious when the operator started making very strange explanations as to why they would lock accounts and deny winnings to players who did NOT take a bonus, and ONLY played SLOTS.

In effect, they claimed "illegitimate play", but crucially NOT "fraud", and certainly not "bonus abuse".

In the end, they had to pay up.

After around a year, I got to the bottom of it - an MGS cock-up of STELLAR proportions, with the potential to "break the bank" at MGS casinos.

MGS have NEVER admitted that there was a problem at all, but left individual MGS casinos to take the hit, and the resultant loss of perceived integrity for voiding winnings for nothing more than claims of "illegitimate play" on slot games - something that any player knows should be impossible because of the very nature of slots.

A number of casinos proved the case further by pulling the slot game implicated, and as we know, MGS Viper casinos NEVER drop an OLD game, they just get more NEW ones.
 

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One thing that really annoys me about microgaming at the moment is to do with their mobile casino.

They have a virtual racing game called: Derby Day

When I place a bet and the phone loses it's signal in the middle of a game, I have to log back in again and resume. When I do, I find the value of my bet has been deducted but I do not see the result of the lost game and have no idea whether I won or lost. (Lost obviously due to the bet being deducted from my balance.) Most online casino games in a situation where you lose connection in the middle of a bet, recover and play from where you left off when you log back in again, so you can see the result. But with microgaming mobile this doesn't happen, and it's a bit shoddy I think.

It seems to be impossible for the player to get in touch with microgaming to complain about these bugs. And casino operators seem to have to do it for the player. And Microgaming's response to these complaints is rubbish and a let down. I especially hate the one where they won't admit anything is wrong when it clearly is. They seem to only care about software bugs which cost casino operators money, and couldn't care less about player issues... in fact their attitude towards the player community seems to be condescending... at least that's the vibe they give off anyway.
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A tad harsh I think.

*I am not a rep for MGS and don't speak for them, this is just my personal opinion, based on my experience in the industry.

While I understand the frustrations of waiting for resolution, and going through what seems like endless channels to get queries resolved, I think it's a bit unrealistic to expect a company like MGS to open up communication channels straight to the end user.

Can you imagine how many queries they would get about "irregular game-play", "X game is rigged", "Check-this-check-that" from every player that deposits $50 into an MGS casino? On top of that, I would expect the bulk of the queries they would get would be things they have no control over, that are handled by the operator - "Where's my bonus?", "Cash-out hasn't arrived" etc.

Sure, the group (forumites) over here at CM are well educated in things gaming, and would know the difference, but remember, not all players that happen onto an online casino are lucky enough to come from an informative board such as this and some others around the net, and in fact, the percentage that do, is probably a lot smaller than you think.

I think having operators as a "screen" so to speak for legit queries in unfortunately the only way to go, but as mentioned above, they don't have all the answers either. Some queries just HAVE to go to the Software provider. Insisting that the operator help you with those, is like trying to pour water out the proverbial rock. There are just some things that your average CS center do not have access to, and believe me, not being able to help an impatient customer is no picnic for them either.

The system is far from perfect, but it's the only realistic one at the moment.

:thumbsup:

Regards,
Schalk
 

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Has anyone ever noticed that when a m/g casino has a problem they say they have to contact there software provider, well i for one think this is a crock to be honest as my money is not with the software provider, it is with the casino i am a member of. M/G then always reply "it played out properly" or "it was within the parameters of the game" when it is all a bunch of b.s. as we have seen it play out and what did and did not happen, in fact i am interested to know if anyone has ever had m/g admit an error!!! I am now left in a position where the casino i am a member of and have over 46000 spins this month in and i think is great but i am having to leave it because of errors through m/g who keep insisting it is my serverbut my server is fine every one of them 46000+ spins but they seem disinterested in this fact. I also see that there jackpot thermometers are suspect as i was on the kathmandu slot and the thermometer was at 999.0 and i won it twice including once at bet max and it has still remained there for over 5 weeks (why would that be) I would be interested if any microgaming employee would speak to me but they dont deal with the public at all so why on earth should we be forced to wait for these people when something goes wrong............anyway give me your feelings on this plz.

When we moan about these things, the standard answer will always be 'the games were played properly or' there is nothing wrong with the software'. The difference between a casino who treasures your business and one who does not is whether there is a full stop right behinf the standard answer. We players are human and get frustrated losing deposit after deposit. A good casino, while still replying with the same statements will take a look at your recent play and if deemed poor will offer consoling words and some freebies. This is a surefire way of at least temporarily retaining the customer.

The results will not always go on the side of the player otherwise the casinos will go broke. However, we play for entertainment mostly and if any casinos just remark that there is nothing wrong without doing something extra, then it's time to stop patronising them.
 

funky_seagull

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Guess it's not just microgaming who are condescending fuckers...

The way the industry seems to regard players like they're an annoyance is sad. They forget that it is because of players they have a job and a business. And if everyone stopped playing, they would be queuing up in their local jobcentre or declaring bankruptcy.

Maybe the players should be shown some respect, by both the software provider and the operator. Treating us like we're stupid and annoying is not a good way to do business. After all you are skanking us with your house edge, at least give us the courtesy of showing some respect whilst you fleece us, it does take the piss when you show little regard for the players like they are dumn and just there to fill your coffers.
 

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A tad harsh I think.

*I am not a rep for MGS and don't speak for them, this is just my personal opinion, based on my experience in the industry.

While I understand the frustrations of waiting for resolution, and going through what seems like endless channels to get queries resolved, I think it's a bit unrealistic to expect a company like MGS to open up communication channels straight to the end user.

Can you imagine how many queries they would get about "irregular game-play", "X game is rigged", "Check-this-check-that" from every player that deposits $50 into an MGS casino? On top of that, I would expect the bulk of the queries they would get would be things they have no control over, that are handled by the operator - "Where's my bonus?", "Cash-out hasn't arrived" etc.

Sure, the group (forumites) over here at CM are well educated in things gaming, and would know the difference, but remember, not all players that happen onto an online casino are lucky enough to come from an informative board such as this and some others around the net, and in fact, the percentage that do, is probably a lot smaller than you think.

I think having operators as a "screen" so to speak for legit queries in unfortunately the only way to go, but as mentioned above, they don't have all the answers either. Some queries just HAVE to go to the Software provider. Insisting that the operator help you with those, is like trying to pour water out the proverbial rock. There are just some things that your average CS center do not have access to, and believe me, not being able to help an impatient customer is no picnic for them either.

The system is far from perfect, but it's the only realistic one at the moment.

:thumbsup:

Regards,
Schalk

We are not (generally) talking about minor issues, such as "where's my bonus", but what are definitely software related issues.

For example, there has been a problem with the Clearplay bonus SOFTWARE that can sometimes FAIL to "zero out" WR when a player busts, logs off, logs back in, and deposits. This is most certainly NOT one of those trivial problems coming from players who do not understand the games. In fact, a MAJOR complaint was made by a player about being on the receiving end of this MGS bug, and this, I believe, got referred to eCogra because the operator did not come back with a satisfactory solution. Despite this, MGS STILL THINK "nothing is wrong".
This bug STILL exists, and manifests itself when a player zeroes out, but later cashes in comp points, or receives a free chip. Under these circumstances, WR is WRONGLY carried over from a previous bonus even though they have zeroed out. The CORRECT thing that should happen would be a FRESH WR being set, based ONLY on the amount of the free chip, or redeemed comp points.

Many players (me among them) believe all the problems with MGS tournaments are down to MGS themselves. I believe this because problems suddenly appeared after a lobby update that deleted the tournament games, then reinstalled them all over again (WTF:confused:). The weekend that followed this update was the biggest fiasco for MGS tournaments, with them being forced to extend the $20,000 weekender by 2 more days because so many players were unable to get it to work - yet the previous weekend ran smoothly, as did the weekends before that.

My 2006 example shows how the arrogance of MGS lead MiniVegas to be dropped into the rogue pit. They were faced with a bug that made some SLOT games pay over 100%, guaranteed - but only on NEW accounts. Clearly, locking accounts and confiscating winnings from players who broke no rules, took no bonus, and played slots, and were NOT using a fake ID, or stolen funds, is pretty much a guaranteed ticket to the rogue pit.
Had this "slot system" not been so widely known, it would STILL be up & running, and no operator would have a clue.

As players, we see MGS acting within WEEKS, and fixing this bug that affected CASINOS, yet bugs that affect PLAYERS just don't get looked at, let alone fixed, UNLESS we players create a big stink - which is why so many threads are appearing about this, in an effort to get MGS to give a &^%$, and start looking into these bugs, and rolling out fixes, as well as new games.
 

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are microgaming casinos losing it?

Just been on 32 Red and yet again left with the feeling that i had been s****ed over once again!!!! Every time you raise your bet it happens. I know this will not be a popular thread but hey, i can only say what i see. I was on 9x10p bets at the beginning of the week and 125 pounds gone in 20 minutes and not a single solitary bonus. On today and 82 pounds at 9x5p on break da bank again and receives a bonus of just over 17 quid. Then the slaughter began....All the way from 78 pounds to 5 pounds i received 2 bonuses each paying 1 pound, for 20 spins with a 5 multiplier at least is atrocious. On 2 occasions as well. I then at 5.00 drop my bet to 9x2p and lo and behold in drops the bonus and it pays 30.70, so up i go again to 9x5p and no more bonuses. The casino gave me the usual B.S about although it was a low payout percentage it was within the parameters of the game. Tried my best to reason with customer support and to be honest (i am deaf but they must be blind if they can not see there is something wrong here) Anyway the finale is i will never play here again and as an avid defender of this casino on this site i am left feeling bitter towards them as they now want nothing to do with it. I will post the email i received from them in reply soon as it is quite funny really. Am i the only one who has had these problems at microgaming and can any1 recommend a good rival software casino for me please.
 

Pinababy69

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Suzy, I understand you're frustrated and want to vent. That's fine, but do you think you could keep it all in one thread, if it's related to MG and/or 32Red? There are four threads just in this section here alone, all about the exact same thing. No need to start a new thread, when you're talking about the same thing.

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https://www.casinomeister.com/forums/threads/32-red-and-m-gaming-merged-thread.31526/

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And this thread was well over a year old, and you posted in that one as well, bringing it back up to a current page:

https://www.casinomeister.com/forums/threads/bye-bye-32red.24783/
 
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