EU Casino - rogue?

nitro

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This was posted here a couple of months ago:

http://www.casinomeister.com/forums...u-casino-eu-casino-video-poker-double-up.html

Here is an interesting statement from their affiliate program:

"Proprietary software means we can give you the best deals in the industry."

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And this may be the reason why it is promoted as the nr. 1 casino on a website that popped up yesterday first if you looked for a "online casino" in the german version of google.

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And what it looks like people like sybex are paying for it in the end (german):

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I've read somewhere that their "address" is a PO Box in Cyprus and it is probably adviseable to do a little research into this matter.
 
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Rhyzz

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CM has them 'not recommended' I think for lack of communication.

I had a sniff around these a while back. They are indeed based in Cyprus and the company that owns all of those brands also runs EGO, so it's one big pool of the same staff.

Hope this helps with whatever you had planned for them!
 

nitro

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I am not so sure what they have planned for their customers because if you're offering something like this:

"Make your first deposit using Moneybookers and get a MASSIVE 100% extra up to $6000."

The instinct here is not to attract gamblers but deposits.
 

nitro

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I suspect their "business model" works like this:

Assuming the software were rogue what would be the best way to hide it? If you give some eays BJ bonus combined with a new casino and a proprietary software people will instantly look into become sceptical and it will end up like jackpotsheaven. But if you offer a bonus scheme that is crap from the very beginning and even gets worse later on and stays this way it will help to stay under the radar because people don't expect a rogue to behave this way. The problem is how to attract the customers then. This is going on in the background using "rogue" or naive webmasters offering them the "best deals in the industry". Who hopefully are newbies and don't read the T&Cs and just see the enormous bonuses which were never below 1.000/2.000 and are going as high up as $6.000 and just a way to keep the deposits because it is next to impossible to win anything due to T&Cs/rigged software. Who stays and plays there anyway is just financing the "best deals" for the affiliates because this is only possible with a rigged software. The biggest problem is to keep this entire operation under the radar and this is the reason why this casino only advertizes on markets with an underdeveloped gambling culture - hoping to catch a lot of clueless newbies who never complain - and never bothered to show up on casinomeister where it could be quickly exposed through experienced gamblers. If you have something to hide you usually prefer to stay in the dark. My intuition says that something is not right about this operation and it probably is.
 

Rhyzz

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I reserve judgement on these places until evidence proves otherwise, but I would be inclined to stay away. Their marketing emails are very sketchy and ever since I signed up a few months back I have received a ton of spam from operators in Spanish - only EUCasino emails me in Spanish, so it makes me wonder how my Spanish details got out into the world!
 

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