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Broadway Gaming - self exclusion policies ignored!

Discussion in 'Self Exclusion Complaints' started by coolrunnings19, Jan 4, 2019.

    Jan 15, 2019
  1. Nicola

    Nicola Meister Member MM mm1 webmeister

    Occupation:
    Casino Affiliate
    Location:
    Marble Arch, London
    Heard from a co-affiliate today that Broadway Gaming are suffering severe financial issues with staff and affiliates not being paid.

    A quick Google search brings up similar claims over at GPWA in the past week.
     
  2. Jan 15, 2019
  3. mac72

    mac72 Threatening behaviour - PITA

    Occupation:
    gamble
    Location:
    n ireland
    No sympathy here for casinos having to give money back directly to the player (why charity ???) and players abusing the system is fine in my book too (as they can’t if casinos do their due diligence correctly at the outset)
    This is like t+c’s that casinos use regularly to refuse payment if conditions are not met . But it’s only “like” them as it’s the law of the land , you want to do business in the UK you meet these conditions , if you don’t wish to on your way. Sorry but I don’t see any “moral” position on this , if it’s lucrative for you to ply your trade in our jurisdiction accept the rules it’s not a “negotiation”.
    Pretty much the way they should handle brexit
     
    Last edited: Jan 15, 2019
  4. Jan 15, 2019
  5. mac72

    mac72 Threatening behaviour - PITA

    Occupation:
    gamble
    Location:
    n ireland
    That’s fine but when your in Vegas/Ac and you want to cashout you know they can cover every chip in play and you can get your money from the cage there and then without having to go through SOW/KYC etc etc . So I don’t think you can really ever draw meaningful comparisons between the online world and bricks and mortar apart from the fact they are gambling establishments they are still worlds apart .
    Online casinos have far too much rope already and of course there are players that will try to abuse the system but the system isn’t a “mystery” to the operators they know the rules they signed up to them and it’s for them to implement them effectively so they cannot get taken advantage of.
     
  6. Mar 8, 2019
  7. colinsunderland

    colinsunderland Experienced Member MM webmeister

    Occupation:
    affiliate
    Location:
    uk
    Been getting spam for Dunder Casino sent from Broadway Gaming (well a domain they own), which isn't a good sign. If a company is sending players elsewhere for affiliate money then they aren't making much themselves.

    You would think BG would understand the need to be CAP compliant too, considering the shit they give affiliates for not showing terms and conditions etc.

    Reported to the ASA, spamming twats.
     
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  8. Mar 8, 2019
  9. bebo67

    bebo67 Meister Member MM PABnonaccred

    Occupation:
    Gemix Queen
    Location:
    Ontario Canada
    I've been getting the same.
     
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  10. Mar 9, 2019
  11. coolrunnings19

    coolrunnings19 Newbie member

    Location:
    Uk
    I don't think they will be around much longer. Quite a few casinos are folding or being taken over. Too many new regulations have come in and the UKGC have tightened up on many things. One of them surrounding responsible gaming and the need to register with Gamstop. I heard Videoslots have reduced their RTP by 2% too. So eventually less and less people will play, that's starting to happen now and that's why they are beginning to feel the bite. Perhaps a sign of things to come sadly. I am not being sarcastic, I hate to see anyone go out of business. It's not the casino, it's the people working for them, the employees another families that need supporting etc. But the fault lies with the casinos for being too greedy and making too many simple errors! Bookies are the next lot, all the big machine players won't bother playing anymore - the ones who play high rollers or fortune spins at 10-50 a go plus all the roulette players. More closures and more jobs set to go unfortunately.
     

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