Crazy Luck Casino?

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So here is the deal, I got a message on Skype from a David Miller. I am not sure where he came from but he finally admitted to getting my Skype name off of my profile on here, which I am ok with since I listed in on my profile. Here is where it gets weird. He has a Rival branded casino that he is pushing which I have never heard of.

Crazyluckcasino.com and his aff program is AffGoldMine; anyone heard of this ???

At first look this casino doesn't look right to me. He popped into Skype tonight and I asked him about his casino, it looks so shady, or am I wrong? I think it looks cheap and not well done at all. I don't know but maybe someone else can check it out too and validate my gut feeling.

Has anyone else been contacted by this guy and does anyone have any information on this casino? I am not listing Rivals on my site yet, and don't plan to be in the near future, however, just wanted to get some feedback on this.

Thanks.
 

chayton

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So here is the deal, I got a message on Skype from a David Miller. I am not sure where he came from but he finally admitted to getting my Skype name off of my profile on here, which I am ok with since I listed in on my profile. Here is where it gets weird. He has a Rival branded casino that he is pushing which I have never heard of.

Crazyluckcasino.com and his aff program is AffGoldMine; anyone heard of this ???

At first look this casino doesn't look right to me. He popped into Skype tonight and I asked him about his casino, it looks so shady, or am I wrong? I think it looks cheap and not well done at all. I don't know but maybe someone else can check it out too and validate my gut feeling.

Has anyone else been contacted by this guy and does anyone have any information on this casino? I am not listing Rivals on my site yet, and don't plan to be in the near future, however, just wanted to get some feedback on this.

Thanks.

Well I don't know much about Rival except that I haven't been able to play for awhiile. But interestingly, I recognized the name David Miller as a pretty well known visitor to my spam folder - although it could very well be an alias, a trusty Google search showed up this little beauty:

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Methinks that Affactive and AffGoldMine might be one and the same....? Or perhaps another new leaf is turning? :rolleyes:

EDIT: Just going by what's been hinted - that the affiliate 'David Miller' might not be an actual affiliate. I don't know if it's true, but it's possible.
 

Mousey

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Sep 12, 2004
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Read all above. 'David Miller' has a jillion emails rotting in my spam folder. Wish I had kept them all so we could see the different casinos....

Anyway... my rule of thumb is... Never, ever, ever trust a 'cold call'. You have no clue who it's from or who he really is. You don't know the casino, they're 'new'. Too many alarm bells for me. :)

Plus the turkey used your membership here to his own ends. Wish we knew if he still has an account. Bet it wouldn't last long.

How about reporting him to Bryan? Along with emails and phones #'s and such? We don't need him scraping CM for spam victims.
 

vinylweatherman

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Oct 14, 2004
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United Kingdom
It's bound to be a Rival white label, and one of the lower class ones. I am more familiar with this spammer as "Kevin Miller", but it is possible that he uses a different name for his affiliate account, so is hard to trace. It is the affiliate tag, not the name, that you need to identify him. If it's an "inside job" from Affactive, AffiliateGoldmine, etc, they are bound to deny any current activity on his affiliate account, even though there is no motive for the spam continuing if this is the case.

No doubt, he will begin spamming this new Rival casino, and since he runs it's affiliate program, it really would be an "inside job".

If he has US and Canadian numbers on the website for this "new" casino, maybe it isn't so "new", but a bust white label rebranded, switched to a new domain, but with much of the old content left intact.


It no longer seems to exist. "DNS error, server not found".

I have found many hits on Google, and it appears on a number of "review sites", yet it's own webpage is no longer available.

This would be particularly distressing for any players who had deposited at launch, and could now find no website, nor get any replies to emails (as domain is unreachable). It is possible that the same incompetence demonstrated in the initial web design has also lead to the site being inaccessible at the present time, or Rival could have had second thoughts and shut it down.


Clearly not a competent enough operation to have on one's site at this stage, even though things may improve (about as likely as a white Christmas in hell:rolleyes:).
 
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