32Red Verification

sparkles

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Ive been a member at 32red for some time now, today I recieved a verification email, and a welcome note?? has anyone else that has played for sometime recieved one of these.?

I havent won there in months, so not because of a cashout in process (I wish)
 

vinylweatherman

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Oct 14, 2004
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United Kingdom
Ive been a member at 32red for some time now, today I recieved a verification email, and a welcome note?? has anyone else that has played for sometime recieved one of these.?

I havent won there in months, so not because of a cashout in process (I wish)

The welcome note sounds like a cock-up, but the verification may not be. Have your details changed recently? Have you used a new deposit or withdrawal method?

You will often get changes verified to the same standard as your original verification, to ensure your account has not been hijacked by someone else.

If you have not played in a long while, and suddenly start playing again, but with something being different, the casino will want to check it really is you coming back, and not another who has hijacked your account.

MGS casinos leave enough info behind, even when uninstalled, that make it easy for someone to get into your accounts if you have passed your computer on. Uninstalling the casino does NOT wipe this info, not even the PASSWORD if you had "remember password" set when you uninstalled the casino.

Many people DO make the error of not wiping their hard drive when getting rid of their old computer.

Now it is said that even wiping it is not the safest, suggestion is to remove it, and if you are getting rid of it, take a hammer to it!
 

darkpixie

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Mar 25, 2006
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Vancouver
Actually, you can remove all that cached info by deleted the affected registry keys :) No wiping required.
 

vinylweatherman

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Oct 14, 2004
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Actually, you can remove all that cached info by deleted the affected registry keys :) No wiping required.

Yes, but for most people, wiping their hard drive would be a better option when disposing of their PC.

The registry keys are designed for when only YOU use your PC, and enable features such as "remember password", and now even "auto login".

They also help ensure you don't accidentally create duplicate accounts, however this is a bit hit & miss I have found when reinstalling some casinos I have uninstalled previously - it misses the registry keys, and asks me whether I want to create a new account.
 
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