Casinomeister's Form A Union

cas_reporter1

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After being ripped by Cool cat casino, I asked myself How did I get there,easy,I google a list of sites and picked one that look the most appealing, a list of Lastest No Deposit casino. I wemt to that site and saw many casinos but only after the fact of seeing the Rogue list,sites I should stay away or be on safeegraurd from.

I now today started thinking. What if that site, adcertisting those bad casinos saw the Rogue list on Casinomeister's site and you, Casinomeister's had a hand in asking sites like that to pull those ads for the Rogue site,WOW! I never would have went to or been ripped by those crooked casinos. Everything on the net gets it's money thru ads, stop that and stop the Rogue casino forever! That's my idea, form a union with any site advertising Rogue casino and ask that they cease advertising them or at least alert the webmasters, the sites are crooked and unfair to your members. Thanks Casinomeisters.
 

GGW Laurie

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Great post, if you stick to CM, you wont be steered wrong, there are alot of us webmasters that do not promote groups such as Virtual.

Im glad you got to this site, I too as many others here when they started playing online were suckered by many of these clip joints.


Laurie
 

Emmeline

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I joined a forum some years ago, when I was new to online gambling (at the site you are referring to I believe) Anyhow, someone there raised that very question. Why do you promote/have ads for those crappy casinos?
Being inexperienced and naive, I was quick to jump into that discussion and posted something like "that is certainly a good question"
It was not well received I'll tell you. The moderator informed me that they DO have warning signs and also that those casinos DO eventually pay if you have not violated any terms and conditions.
Some members were not so polite though more or less asking me if I had some kind of visual defect since I didn't notice the warning signs all over the site.
As a matter of fact I DIDN'T see the warnings signs because they were not and are not for obvious reasons in the list of casinos. You find them IF you read the reviews.
Warning signs or not. It's beyond the point needless to say.
If ANY kind of company that is advertised on a website require warning signs, why put the ads up in the first place? Well, we all know the answer to that so any further comments will be redundant.

I'm sorry you had to learn the hard way :( I wish you luck in the future :)

Emme
 
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KasinoKing

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I now today started thinking. What if that site, adcertisting those bad casinos saw the Rogue list on Casinomeister's site and you, Casinomeister's had a hand in asking sites like that to pull those ads for the Rogue site,WOW! I never would have went to or been ripped by those crooked casinos. Everything on the net gets it's money thru ads, stop that and stop the Rogue casino forever! That's my idea, form a union with any site advertising Rogue casino and ask that they cease advertising them or at least alert the webmasters, the sites are crooked and unfair to your members. Thanks Casinomeisters.
I think most webmasters are fully aware of Casinomeister and his rogue list, but they choose to ignore it for the very obvious rea$on.
The ironic thing is, these casinos don't just screw the players - the affiliates are just as likely to get ripped-off too. (In fact, more likely since it's virtually undetectable).

CM could ask them, but would they take any notice? I don't think so. :(
The only power he really has is to not allow webmasters who do promote rogues to post on this site with signature links.

KK
 

cas_reporter1

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Warning signs or not. It's beyond the point needless to say. If ANY kind of company that is advertised on a website require warning signs, why put the ads up in the first place? Well, we all know the answer to that so any further comments will be redundant.

Emme



Hi and thanks for the comment but casinomeisters has the POWER of getting things done. I don't want the site to post warning sign just pull the ads of the Rogue casinos. This idea also sprang from going back to that site and clicking on a casino reading their review and seeing a 'Warning' that they are not creditible, I thought, WhatNdaH!!! Why are you even listinhg these Rogurers? thanks again, I'm no longer 'casino green' LOL!
THANKS CasinoMeisters
 

felicie

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Hi and thanks for the comment but casinomeisters has the POWER of getting things done. I don't want the site to post warning sign just pull the ads of the Rogue casinos. This idea also sprang from going back to that site and clicking on a casino reading their review and seeing a 'Warning' that they are not creditible, I thought, WhatNdaH!!! Why are you even listinhg these Rogurers? thanks again, I'm no longer 'casino green' LOL!
THANKS CasinoMeisters

Hi Emmaline good for you now let's just get some casino green right? :lolup:
 

Emmeline

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You're not a girl...? :lolsign: I don't know, T is the one who caused this confusion :lolsign:
 

felicie

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You're not a girl...? :lolsign: I don't know, T is the one who caused this confusion :lolsign:


Hell yes I'm a girl (inside and old lady on outside). sorry i hit the wrong quote. Ya see I'm still learning how to work this place. lol :rolleyes:

BingoT? that's all he knows is girls. women I should say. :))))

I've been looking at shoes for 3 hours I must be a girl. LOL
 

3mptyseat

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Hi and thanks for the comment but casinomeisters has the POWER of getting things done. I don't want the site to post warning sign just pull the ads of the Rogue casinos. This idea also sprang from going back to that site and clicking on a casino reading their review and seeing a 'Warning' that they are not creditible, I thought, WhatNdaH!!! Why are you even listinhg these Rogurers? thanks again, I'm no longer 'casino green' LOL!
THANKS CasinoMeisters

Great idea in principle. But then again, there is something I may be forgetting. Oh, yeah, now I got it. Cash rules everything around me. Cash is the name of this game. It's why those sites that would advertise rogue casinos are there. For Cash. $. Period. Not bc they had a vision of an internet where fellow gamblers could get together and share info to increase entertainment and decrease highway robbery.

CASH is the most important thing to some of those site masters, not the integrity of their info, or the quality of the visitors experience to their site, nor the sites they run ads for. And that is why this place, and a handful of others (Not so ironically run by members of this site, lol) are so important and rare. There maybe revenue generated by the webmasters that are members here, but not for the sake of revenue. And the place u started ur journey to getting mugged at, the forum which u implied should join forces with CM; Well they might be the one forum in all's world that honestly did not know they were advertising for a 'stick em' up' operator, but, more than likely, they not only knew that, they made some money off of ur misfortune...

So, while I agree with ur fundamental philosophy, its a touch idealistic to think that an ad which is generating income would be removed by the webmaster for the sake of square business. If you are under the impression that these forum sites are ignorant of the traps and flim-flammery one will encounter at these rogue sites which they advertise for and link to, then I think your in for an education, or ur pulling our chain...
 

PlayersJet

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As a Webmeister, I would want to know who the rogue outfits are so that we can stay away from advertising them. If they aren't treating players right, you can be pretty certain they aren't treating webmasters right either. Many webmasters are too lazy to realize that they are being taken advantage of, which does leave plenty of sites out there for you to find where rogue casinos continue to advertise. Maybe that webmaster has given up and isn't even paying attention to his/her site, or maybe they are too busy with other things to take the time to figure it out.

For what it's worth, we rate Cool Cat a 48 out of 100 which is well into F territory, along with one very negative player review.
 

PlayersJet

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Our rating system is based on a 100 point scale and should be looked at similar to a report card you would get from school where 90 is an A, 80 is a B, etc. If you get a 48 on a test in school, you have certainly failed.
 

LinkinFart

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If you are offering a link to CoolCat and other rogues then it really doesnt matter if You gave them 0 out of 100. Just put link that redirects to page saying they are rogued, probably with explanation of the meaning because most likely people that use that link are new to online gambling, and offer them to see a list of trustable casinos or at least a list where there are no known rogues.
 
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