Changing T&C's

bigjohn

Dormant account
When I join a new casino I will read all the T&C's like my money depends on it, which it does kinda.

After that I am by no means an expert on all the terms but I know the things that I think will affect my particular playing style and I can decide if I want to give them my business. Every once in a while when I log in there will be a notice that the T&C's have changed with a link to the new terms and a box to check saying you agree before you can continue.

I get the same thing with my credit card or checking accounts occasionally.

The difference is when I get it from my financial institutions there is usually a copy of all the T&C's and a small section showing what has changed from the previous version. Now, I don't run a casino but is there any reason casinos can't do this?

As we all know the entire T&C section can be huge, several pages in fact.

Why not just tell us what has changed?
 

Zabier

Registered
That would be too easy!

In all seriousness, terms and conditions can hide quite a few important pieces of information and I might sound like a cynic but I think they don't point out the stuff they've changed because they hope they can catch a few people out.
 

bigjohn

Dormant account
That would be too easy!

In all seriousness, terms and conditions can hide quite a few important pieces of information and I might sound like a cynic but I think they don't point out the stuff they've changed because they hope they can catch a few people out.
I would hate think that is the reason but it sure looks like that way.

I suppose one could copy the T&C's for each casino to their own computer as a word file and when notified of a change copy the new terms and use some kind of word program to compare the two versions and highlight the differences.
 

KasinoKing

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I would hate think that is the reason but it sure looks like that way.

I suppose one could copy the T&C's for each casino to their own computer as a word file and when notified of a change copy the new terms and use some kind of word program to compare the two versions and highlight the differences.
I use changedetection.com
You just sign-up for free and enter the URLs of the pages you want to monitor.
Then it automatically sends you an e-mail if anything changed, and provides a link to a page where you can see what exactly has changed. :thumbsup:

KK
 

bigjohn

Dormant account
I use changedetection.com
You just sign-up for free and enter the URLs of the pages you want to monitor.
Then it automatically sends you an e-mail if anything changed, and provides a link to a page where you can see what exactly has changed. :thumbsup:

KK
That's awesome, you da man!:notworthy Thanks for the tip.
 
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