African Palace does it AGAIN!

Nate

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Hi there,

This is my first post. Always found reading the posts on this site interesting. On one of The Meisters 'Worst Experiences' at a playtech casino, i saw that a progressive was not paid in full to a patron... well i have a very very interesting video for u guys.... Check the link ...African Palace did just that... plus there is more info on the Directors of this so called 'Casino'... Click the video with the old lady with the spectacles

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silcnlayc

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Let me know what u guys think...
Great video, thank you for sharing!

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Achenar

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Thanks for the heads up.That report was intresting to say the least but to ask if im surprised (not really).Have a great day :lolup:
 

Nate

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Thanks for the heads up.That report was intresting to say the least but to ask if im surprised (not really).Have a great day :lolup:
Hey i dont blame u... They are in the rogue pit afterall... Irony is that the majority of the public are unaware of this... Whats also annoying is their adverts on local TV... they advertise extensively but yet they are so scaley.. :cool:
 

KasinoKing

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Click the video with the old lady with the spectacles
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Great Video! :notworthy
And so was the one about the Cruise Ship con which I watched first because I missed the bolded part of your post above... :oops:

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De Beuker

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Great stuff indeed!:thumbsup:

Especially the second part when they try to get into their office and get the camera's destroyed!
Clearly shows what kind of people you're dealing with when playing at a rogue... first class criminals!:eek2:

Thanks 4 sharing!
 

Nate

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Great stuff indeed!:thumbsup:

Especially the second part when they try to get into their office and get the camera's destroyed!
Clearly shows what kind of people you're dealing with when playing at a rogue... first class criminals!:eek2:

Thanks 4 sharing!
I agree... but the sad reality is the greater community is not aware of their rogue status because they advertise so much on TV... People assume they are actually trustworthy...until they lose a few bob..
 

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I agree... but the sad reality is the greater community is not aware of their rogue status because they advertise so much on TV... People assume they are actually trustworthy...until they lose a few bob..
The buck stops at Government. They should not be allowed to advertise unless they have been approved by the government of the country they advertise in. This has come as a surprise to me since South Africa were supposedly introducing tough regulation for online casinos, there was even rumour of requiring PLAYERS to get some kind of license to be allowed to play online.

The UK government ONLY allow casinos based within the EU, and approved whitelisted territories, to advertise on ANY internal media, be that TV, radio, magazines, newspapers. This cuts out most of the rogues.
 

Nate

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The buck stops at Government. They should not be allowed to advertise unless they have been approved by the government of the country they advertise in. This has come as a surprise to me since South Africa were supposedly introducing tough regulation for online casinos, there was even rumour of requiring PLAYERS to get some kind of license to be allowed to play online.

The UK government ONLY allow casinos based within the EU, and approved whitelisted territories, to advertise on ANY internal media, be that TV, radio, magazines, newspapers. This cuts out most of the rogues.
I agree. Complicated issue here though. Regulated casinos (land based) are not allowed to advertise gambling or entice gambling in South Africa. Since African Palace (Rogue) and Silversands (Rogue) are not licenced and regulated by the National Gambling Board, they are exempt from this rule. After this story was publicised on TV, it was quite ironic to see another African Palace advert aired immediately after the insert. Silversands are also advertising aggressively on TV.

I wish that something can be done to limit the air time they receive. It is obvious to me that the issue is not being dealt with. In any event, the greater South African public are unaware that Gambling Online is illegal. If indeed it is illegal, i would be interested to see how they regulate it and how they actually prove that a person has been gaming online. Records are one thing, however, id assume that you would have to be caught in the act of wagering a bet online in order to be prosecuted... Any thoughts?
 

Nate

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I clicked directly on to the Cruise one.:rolleyes: However, so glad I did. Everyone is a crook. Both so interesting and helpful. Thanks
Lol, tell me about it. The show uncovers alot of con artists... Some excellent stories... If you are one of the tourists aiming at visiting SA during the world cup, you can gather alot of information about the country from the program..
 

incrediblestuff

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umfortunately, what i hear from my african friends, of which one has a seat in a certain government, is that the majority of government officials, actually don't care, and that money is really a very good argument, if provided in large enough sums.
simple case of being on the take.
and this goes through the whole hierarchy: from small time burocrats to policemen, and like said before, government officials.
that being said, it still is very hard to legally get a hold of criminals like those cruise-scammers, cause they operate purely through fakes, where as the specific casino, that was in the clip, has been located: this i feel should be a case for some international watchdog, which probably doesnt even exist yet, or doesnt have the needed jurisdiction yet:)
sad, but a good warning for all of us.
 
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