The range of games is TOO good. They've even got 'south park' and 'alien', which are deleted games. They now only exist on the FAKE NetEnt servers.Hi,
Can anyone tell me if CasinoBTC.bet is a scam or ok to play?
It is licensed by Curacao which I think many people do advise to avoid?
The site seems to have a good range of games..
Hint: The payment processing companies for both are located in Cyprus.
Sorry, I won't sign up. Don't want to give this shower any of my details, not even fake details.
You can log-in and start a Netent game, South Park or any other. Watch in the bottom left corner what it says "connecting to..." .... the legit server is xxx.casinomodule.com .....if it says e.g. "slotomatic...." or something else, it is fake.
Alternatively, open a game in fun mode. I did so for Fruit Shop at Unibet. Hover your mouse over the game, right click and Inspect Element.
Click on Network and spin once. You will then see the bet request going to the server.
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That’s a good point. Surly they must have a enforcement team who are able to take legal action to protect there own brand but also consumers?
Presumably so, especially where that version purports to be exactly the same as the 'original', which is surely a step farther than a mere 'copycat'
Probably finding out who to send the legal papers to is a problem as many of the sites are probably run from a Russian Gulag
So let’s say this fraudulent casino site does pay out. From these unlicensed fake NetEnt and Novomatic games, especially if you don’t take a bonus etc they have no reason not to payout surly? I’m not sure as I haven’t had a withdrawal and won’t be going back.
Can they manipulate the RTP for players and manipulate the gameplay on say NetEnt games? Or is it purely poor graphics, sound issues, lots of errors etc etc...
Also when I put my card details in to make a deposit, my own bank had the *** Bank Visa Secure Box come up, so why on earth are banks allowing there own logos and security boxes to show on these dodgy sites? My bank asked three security questions including previous address and known people to me in order for the transaction to be approved. Doesn’t sound very ethical from the banks side working with fraudsters.
I must have played at around 15 unlicensed sites (4 did not pay) but my bank gave all my money back when providing proof the site is unlicensed you can now request a letter from the Gambling Commission to confirm the site is fake, illegal and a crime to take money from U.K. residents and the bank will always go by this including Visa and MasterCard.
UKGC take just 24/48 hours to drop players an email with the information including the link of licensed casinos for banks to view for themselves.
I recently spoke to a chargeback/dispute manager who confirmed under NEW visa and MasterCard rules 94% of dodgy casino sites chargebacks for in the favour of the consumer and Visa/MasterCard fine the casinos/payment processors.