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Digimedia: Good or Bad?

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by bruinsdude, Apr 16, 2015.

    Apr 16, 2015
  1. bruinsdude

    bruinsdude Senior Member MM

    I am a tad confused. Reading online that Digimedia now own and operate:

    Fortune Lounge Group:
    Platinum Play
    7 Sultans
    Vegas Palms

    Red Flush Gaming:
    Red Flush
    La Vida
    Major Tom

    Jackpot Factory:
    All Jackpots
    Wild Jack

    Belle Rock:
    Jackpot City
    Lucky Nugget
    River Belle

    Since this seems to be legit, don't all these casinos need to be treated like Casino Rewards group? How can you have half the group in the reservation, but accredit other parts of the same owner and operator?

    This post cam from the frustration that I am trying desperately to have this group stop contacting, phoning, emailing, texting at 4am, etc. I have spoken to 3 different people, and I am just getting started to jump through all the hoops necessary to get their telemarketing group among others to stop, just stop!! How can they hide behind 6 layers of donkey dung and come away smelling like roses? I no longer like this group, from non-pay attempts, one of which was successful, to dodgy marketing plans.... enough!
  2. Apr 16, 2015
  3. Casinomeister

    Casinomeister Forum Cheermeister Staff Member

    They fall under different management. Wagershare was pulled from the accred section before the "public" merge - and this was primarily a result of their inaction concerning evil webmasters.

    Jackpot Factory had a brief break from the accred section because of the implementation of an unfair clause against some players - which they corrected and were reinstated.

    It's convoluted, and in my opinion - it's not a good thing.
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  4. Apr 16, 2015
  5. bruinsdude

    bruinsdude Senior Member MM

    Fair enough. So kind of like Future Shop and Best Buy in Canada. Same owners, different staffing structure, business model (ie. commissions) different visions, same product. One cannot be held accountable for the other. Wow, I actually get something for once :)

    I just think they need to implement a company wide opt out for all the casinos in their group. Owners = what company stands for IMO, so I choose to skip them going forward.
  6. Apr 16, 2015
  7. Jono777

    Jono777 Meister Member CAG mm4 mm1

    Self- Employeed
    Never had a problem with any of those listed and I was 'fairly regular' at most of them.

    Don't think I ever will being as they've all out of the UK nowadays, which brings me to my point lol,

    Could these casinos / company(ies) have thought of this merger first, individually they must have lost thousands of players from the UK whereas 'all being under one roof' so to speak could have 'afforded' the UKGC 15% tax etc and retained those customers which I'm sure would benefit the casino as a merged group rather than individually losing their entire UK player base??

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