Caddell casinos and their affiliate manager

dunover

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Dream Jackpot are part of the Caddell Group - 100% :thumbsup:



Lol Dunover, not guilty, for some reason after using your link, Casimba weren't showing up on your site :confused: Went straight thru Google in the end :oops:

I was tempted to do a "lend you the wife for 10%" sort of joke but she browses CM from time to time lol.

Ps: I only took £90 from Casimba after peaking at £400, bloody IR :mad: :oops: :p

No, they aren't on my site but their sister casino Grand Ivy is. I only plugged them on that monster Bonanza video I did when I took that bonus on. :thumbsup:
 

KasinoKing

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(ix) For a wager to count towards play-through requirements where allowed, the following minimum bets are required $1. At a contribution level of 20%, $1/20% = $3 minimum bet is required.
Do they STILL have that stupid typo! :eek:

I pointed out to them about 2 months ago that £1/20% = £5, not bloody £3!!!
Grade 1 maths...

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pinnit2014

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Although they had the term regarding minimum bets I'm not sure if it was ever put in place - I remember clearing wagering based on 30p immortal romance spins and was surprised that my wagering % was increasing despite being less than a quid. All processed fine as well.
 

Jono777

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But being a low roller how do you end up making wager since they have a term that you need to bet $1 for it count towards wagering?

(ix) For a wager to count towards play-through requirements where allowed, the following minimum bets are required $1. At a contribution level of 20%, $1/20% = $3 minimum bet is required.

One of their management reps has stated that they never enforce that rule.

As has been mentioned, apparently they are getting rid of it soon.

There are game reductions (% contributions) when it comes to wagering (Twin Spin, Dead or Alive to name a couple) However Microgaming and BTG for now contribute 100% at any stake so I tend to play these to start with at low bets and steadily increase if luck is with me.
 

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Ok so I played on another one last night called spinland and the experience was much more pleasant. The support was quick and polite and spoke english. So yeah these casinos are independently owned alot of them. I guess the title should read dreamjackpot and not caddel since they arent all the same.
 

brianmon

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Ok so I played on another one last night called spinland and the experience was much more pleasant. The support was quick and polite and spoke english. So yeah these casinos are independently owned alot of them. I guess the title should read dreamjackpot and not caddel since they arent all the same.

Seems strange that some are interdependently owned. Yet when I cashed out from too many bonuses. They didn't bonus-ban me, but instead, closed the 4 or 5 accounts I had on their network, and banned me from opening any at the other casinos on the network.

Not only are they forgoing the chance to get my winnings back. But also depriving their 'intermediary customers', the independently owned casinos from a potential new customer.

P.S. I wasn't taking every bonus at each of the sites I was a member of, I was just playing at one or two sites during any given time period, and the withdrawals weren't huge, they were in the hundreds, rather than the thousands
 

pinnit2014

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Seems strange that some are interdependently owned. Yet when I cashed out from too many bonuses. They didn't bonus-ban me, but instead, closed the 4 or 5 accounts I had on their network, and banned me from opening any at the other casinos on the network.

Not only are they forgoing the chance to get my winnings back. But also depriving their 'intermediary customers', the independently owned casinos from a potential new customer.

P.S. I wasn't taking every bonus at each of the sites I was a member of, I was just playing at one or two sites during any given time period, and the withdrawals weren't huge, they were in the hundreds, rather than the thousands

Exactly the same. Wasn’t just a bonus ban but the whole group. From a business point it doesn’t even make sense. Only managed a few cash outs from any bonus but overall I was down.

Weird business ethos
 
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