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Discussion in 'America the Beautiful' started by weplant, Jul 12, 2010.

    Jul 12, 2010
  1. weplant

    weplant Meister Member

    Occupation:
    own nursery
    Location:
    napa, ca
    I have never played at MG casinos before. I am from the US and not allowed to play...However, just the other day I received a email from Casinoshare and I was able to set up a account. It had to be done over the phone and there are certain states that cannot join..I am from California so it was fine..Am I safe depositing there, will there be problems receiving payment if I should be so lucky?? I guess there are no longer calling themselves microgaming, but she could not tell me what processor they are!!..
     
  2. Jul 12, 2010
  3. vinylweatherman

    vinylweatherman You type well loads CAG MM

    Occupation:
    STILL At Leisure
    Location:
    United Kingdom
    It looks like they ARE now accepting new US players then, but ONLY by invite.

    The new software contains games licenced from MGS, but it was badly done, and the new sublicencee STILL has not been properly set up as a company, and currently has no trading name. Unofficially, we have called them "Microgaming US" in order to identify what we are talking about.

    There is no way they will tell you who their processors are, because they change all the time, and they cannot risk them being traced & shut down. US players have to put up with this, and use their "gut instinct" when dealing with these new "Microgaming US" casinos.

    Given that Casinoshare are still involved, they should be as trustworthy as the main Casinoshare brand, but look for signs that they have sold the operation off as some groups (Jackpot Factory) have done. Jackpot Factory (for example) will NOT help, nor take responsibility, if things go wrong at All Slots US, since it has been sold off to a separate US facing operator.

    NO US facing casino can be relied upon in the current climate, even if they have no intention of ripping off US players. Lock recently took a massive hit when a US facing processor (maybe more than one) vanished, taking a large amount of their money along with it.
     

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