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Email scam (all jackpots casino)

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by kangamick, Aug 21, 2011.

    Aug 21, 2011
  1. kangamick

    kangamick Dormant account

    This is the email I received.


    I want to make sure you remember your withdrawal.

    This is the last notice of your 4,000 Dollars.

    Contact us and collect via this link

    I click on the link and it leads me to all jackpots casino were live chat tries to talk me into opening an account :rolleyes:
  2. Aug 21, 2011
  3. 1366613

    1366613 Senior Member

    I received:

    From: "list_support@onlineadfactory.com" <list_support@onlineadfactory.com>


    I want to make sure you remember your withdrawal.

    :lolup: :lolup: :lolup:

    This is the last notice of your 4,000 Dollars.


    Contact us and collect via this link - You must register/login in order to see the link.

    Thank you,

    Zum Abbestellen - You must register/login in order to see the link.
  4. Aug 21, 2011
  5. LaHutti

    LaHutti Sr. ÜberUnter Ass. Man. webby PABnonaccred PABaccred

    East and West
    I think...just looking at it really quick, that yes, the link takes you to Alljackpots website, and they have that script running on their website.
    BUT....it seems to me, that it's some shitty affiliate, just sending you to their website, hoping you'll sign up thru the provided link.
    I personally do NOT believe the e-mail itself has anything to do with alljackpots, and I also think (read hope), that when alljackpots hear about this, the affiliate will be out of luck with them.
    This does not at all sound like anything alljackpots would do.

    Just my $2
  6. Aug 21, 2011
  7. Silencio

    Silencio Dormant account

    Jup... what he or she (la?) said!
    And you shouldn't even open those emails, you could very well get loads more because of it.. I always hover over the senders name/username in gmail to view the address it was sent from.

    Thing is, if you sign up at any board/forum/site/whatever and they don't have good security measures, which most of them don't have, hackers can easily steal their members email addresses..
    If it can happen at big companies like sony lol.. 'nough said..

    I sent the casino's I got similar spam for an email more than once, but never got a reply.
    Am wondering myself if they can do anything to counter it, cause what if an affiliate does it to try and get rid of its competition, like copy someones else's aff code and spam people with it.
  8. Aug 22, 2011
  9. Jackpot Factory

    Jackpot Factory Dormant account

    Content & PR Manager

    The email you received was indeed not sent by All Jackpots Casino.

    Our media team has been in touch with this publisher already and they will take the necessary measures to prevent misleading emails such as this going out with our brand name.

    Thanks for bringing this to our attention.

    I apologize for any inconvenience and wish you good luck at All Jackpots Casino.

    David Brickman

    VP of Player Affairs
    Jackpot Factory
    7 people like this.
  10. Dec 29, 2013
  11. inthestretch

    inthestretch Dormant account

    All Jackpots, stalling on withdrawal?

    For the second time during the same year, I've been asked to submit my ID documents
    before processing my withdrawal at All Jackpots...Is this normal?

    Last time necessitated a notarized document and I'm afraid it will be the case once more.
    Why does All Jackpots, all of a sudden (I've been a player there for 10 years) suddenly wants my ID
    documents twice in the same year. I kinda feel that it's a stalling tactic. Could this be the case with
    a Jackpot Factory casino?

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