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5 websites making fraudulent and unlicensed use of Certified Fair Gambling seal.

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by CRMousseau, Jan 7, 2016.

    Jan 7, 2016
  1. CRMousseau

    CRMousseau I-Gaming Industry Representative

    Occupation:
    Company president
    Location:
    Winnipeg, MB
    Hello all,

    I know it's been way too long since I posted here, and one of my New Year's Resolutions (don't we all have them) is to redouble my efforts to communicate with the online gambling community with regards to the goings on at Certified Fair Gambling. An 'integrity brand' is only as valuable as the community it speaks for, something the Casinomeister knows very well.

    This New Year's Resolution coincides nicely with a former client, whom CFG no longer certifies, yet their casino chain continues to make unlicensed and fraudulent use of the CFG logo, as if to imply that they still have their games and products certified by the CFG operation. They do not.

    A quick rundown on the history
    * Repeated late payment of invoices
    * Data last submitted for analysis was for play to end of August, 2015
    * Last payment made for analysis to end of June, 2015
    * Repeated requests to bring data and payments up to date ignored.
    * Ultimatum date of 2015 December 21 for restoring normal operations ignored.
    * A 14 day period from that date was allowed for removal of certification; that period has elapsed and the certificates remain up

    As such, services were severed on 2015 December 21, with a last certification date effective of end of August, 2015, for the following casinos:

    BetLion365.com
    BetOWI.com
    BitBet.com
    PlayBlackjack.com
    SportsBettingOnline.com

    Furthermore, a 6th URL (horseracebetting.com) was certified, but that URL now redirects to a different casino chain

    Based on payment history, complete radio silence, and willingness to fraudulently claim CFG accreditation, I would be extremely circumspect with any dealings with these casinos.

    My web designer is furiously working on a new section of CFG that will list casinos that are "actively rogue" with claiming CFG accreditation. For now, if you see the CFG seal and wonder if it's legit? Go check out:

    You must register/login in order to see the link.

    ... if they aren't listed there, they aren't Certified Fair.

    Finally, if anyone comes across any casino making unlicensed use, please feel free to contact me through here, or

    This email is not visible to you.

    ... and I will happily address it.

    Thanks again, and here's to a 2016 of online gambling done the way it should be!
     
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  2. Jan 24, 2016
  3. Casinomeister

    Casinomeister Forum Cheermeister Staff Member

    Occupation:
    Homemaker
    Location:
    Bierland
    Just spotted this now. I'll make an effort to have these properties listed in our rogue section.
     
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