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Dear Elitist

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by Marcie Mac, Mar 6, 2008.

    Mar 6, 2008
  1. Marcie Mac

    Marcie Mac Dormant account

    Occupation:
    Professionaly Stressed Out
    Location:
    LaLa Land
    I rarely get snail mail stuff from Casinos - In December I received one from Grand Prieve with a really nicely done booklet and a disc to download their casino - really Class A advertising and an interesting read - lots of movie star interviews and names dropped throughout.

    But to be honest, the letter accompanied it I thought was on the insulting side so I threw the whole thing in the trash, thinking if you can't even do a halfway decent letter trying to get me to play there, I am not interested. And anyway, how in the heck can they know I am a heavy hitter when it comes to gambling :) - they found it sad I missed out on all of the good gambling there, a high hitting gambler such as myself

    So last week I get another package from them - and this one is headed Dear Elitist.. I must have been having a bad hair day because for some reason it really irritated me. Why spend all of the money on a first class advertising package, and then have someone with no command of the English language write a letter. I still havent figured out if the letter was being condensending or sarcastic. Probably definately the former and a bad attempt at the latter.

    I looked and looked at the advertising stuff to see where these people were based out of - but no luck - nothing about their company at all. I am assuming it is maybe South Africa because there were some Ads for Diamond Jewelry with a S A address.

    I just wonder how in the heck they got my name and address - I only play at one casino on line and I have been playing there only for a few years, and never have gotten any casino spam (until recently the Sultan casino people have been sending me daily emails to play there and I have no clue how they got me email addy.

    Marcie
     
  2. Mar 6, 2008
  3. LOOKAWAY

    LOOKAWAY Senior Wember PABnonaccred

    Location:
    England
    Hi i got the same package aswell, i turned out upside down shook it around no cash fell out tryed to read the booklet on the crapper but gave up before i was done. :eek:

    shame on them for spamming you, i keep getting spam from EHOS@something with my account numbers and there micros too :mad:
     
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  4. Mar 7, 2008
  5. Marcie Mac

    Marcie Mac Dormant account

    Occupation:
    Professionaly Stressed Out
    Location:
    LaLa Land
    I assume they are connected to Micro Gaming?

    Funny enough, via snail mail again today, I got a nice disc and invite from Villente Las Vegas - micro gaming as well. Their letter was very well written, I was addressed by my name instead of Dear Elitist, which I much appreciated.

    Apparently my name is being bandied about thru the Microgaming system for some reason. LOL

    But, after being a member here for a little while, I am extremely leery of casinos just popping up trolling for my business now via snail mail - as if email wasn't enough. And thank you for possibly giving the government a heads up sending me discs to download for on line gambling. They can, at will, open any mail I get you know just as a matter of Homeland Security...sheesh

    All of the T&C's that say we don't have to pay you if we get a bad vibe from you, problems with bonus's, and advising my name may be given to other casino's if they thought I was a bonus abuser or played strange - I am so going to pass on signing up with any new casino.

    Am still wondering where they are getting my name and address from though..

    Marcie
     
  6. Mar 7, 2008
  7. thenmh

    thenmh Dormant account

    Occupation:
    employee
    Location:
    home
    a decent bonus is better than thousands of booklets :oops:
     

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