betat/slotty vegas no longer in canada????

Steviedoo

Senior Member
MM
ok...so last week i couldn't sign into slotty vegas...cuz it said i was trying to sign in from a country that was banned....and now today i am getting the same message when i try to sign into betat.

I don't have my vpn on...and i didn't have it on when i tried to sign into slotty vegas last week.

I have sent the slotty vegas rep a pm last week but have yet to hear back.

anyone else having these issues. i am fully verified at betat.

chat services are off at that moment so can't speak to them...

what is going on?

Warning!
Not allowed to login due to banned country
 

dionysus

can turn wine into water
CAG
MM
Went and tried - logged in fine here and I'm Canadian.

ps,not a fan of the email they just sent though:
header:
X, you’ve got Free Spins waiting in your account!‏

until you read in the body:
You can get 100 free spins on Sparks™ or on Starburst™ for a simple €20 deposit!

So in other words, they arent waiting in my account.
But otherwise, to answer your Q, seems Canadians are still fine.
 

Vegasbum

Senior Member
Works for me as well. I also got that "misleading" email. Thought the free spins were free...but does need a deposit. Will not deposit anymore because of the way they send their offers.
 

brianmon

Meister Member
webby
mm4
not a fan of the email they just sent though:
header:
X, you’ve got Free Spins waiting in your account!‏

until you read in the body:
You can get 100 free spins on Sparks™ or on Starburst™ for a simple €20 deposit!

So in other words, they arent waiting in my account.
But otherwise, to answer your Q, seems Canadians are still fine.
Also, couldn't they find a picture of 'Starburst' or 'Lights'?

Using a picture of 'tornado farm escape' makes one assume, at first glance, that that's the the game the free spins are for, with a value of £$20
When the spins are actually valued at £$9 / £$10
 

refre

Senior lurker
PABnonaccred
PABnoaccred
I got this as well.

Must be an oversight.

The subject says 'you’ve got Free Spins waiting in your account!'.

And at BetAt that always means just that - that you have free spins in your account.

I'm guessing they forgot to change the header between different promos and players.

I checked my previous e-mails and my last two similar offers was 'get x extra Free Spins on slot y with a €z deposit!'



Freddy
 

The Viking

Ueber Meister
CAG
MM
got that same mail...even logged on to see i there were any free spins around :)

I got this as well.

Must be an oversight.

The subject says 'you’ve got Free Spins waiting in your account!'.

And at BetAt that always means just that - that you have free spins in your account.

I'm guessing they forgot to change the header between different promos and players.

I checked my previous e-mails and my last two similar offers was 'get x extra Free Spins on slot y with a €z deposit!'



Freddy
 

Harry_BKK

Meister Member
CAG
mm1
Also, couldn't they find a picture of 'Starburst' or 'Lights'?

Using a picture of 'tornado farm escape' makes one assume, at first glance, that that's the the game the free spins are for, with a value of £$20
When the spins are actually valued at £$9 / £$10
Sparks is actually a 20-liner and it pays both ways, hence the offer is actually good value. Depo 20$, get FS worth 20$ ...unless of course you prefer Starburst :D
 

lockinlove

Staring into the sun
PABaccred
Works for me as well. I also got that "misleading" email. Thought the free spins were free...but does need a deposit. Will not deposit anymore because of the way they send their offers.
The absolute worst for this is gowild. I deposited once or twice then they started sending me these kinds of emails. I stopped playing there right away.
 

brianmon

Meister Member
webby
mm4
Sparks is actually a 20-liner and it pays both ways, hence the offer is actually good value. Depo 20$, get FS worth 20$ ...unless of course you prefer Starburst :D
My email is long deleted. But I'm sure my offer was for 'Startburst' or 'lights'.

If it wasn't, and I somehow misread it. Then their use of 'misleading' headers and pictures isn't working for someone who gets so many emails from casinos every day, that each email only gets a 2 second read, before deleting and moving on
 
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