Example of a spammer/shill from 123spins.com

Anayta

Banned User
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Sep 11, 2018
Location
United Kingdom
I've picked 3 but all of the issues mentioned are priorities as far as I am concerned.
Yes, you are absolutely right, johnnymcc1966 all the issues are on top priority for an online casino, here in the poll I voted for Sign up bonuses, which temporarily tempts the visitor but for me, the main point of concern with online casinos are their gaming software and gaming providers.
I truly trust these gaming providers
  • Actual Gaming <-- this "Gaming" had a concealed link for 123spins.com
  • Amaya
  • Betsoft
  • Cryptologic (under Amaya)
  • Elk Studios
  • Endorphina
  • Evolution Gaming
  • Ezugi
  • GamesOS
  • High 5 Games
  • Merkur Gaming
  • Microgaming
  • NetEnt
  • NextGen Gaming
  • Novomatic
  • Nuworks
  • Play’n GO
  • Playtech
 
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Casinomeister

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Bierland
Just an example of a spammer who tried to hide a link in a innocuous post. Nice try.

Says from the UK - IP is from India.

From the casino's home page:
123 Spins is operated by Jumpman Gaming Limited which is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission ('UKGC') for customers in Great Britain and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission ('AGCC') for customers outside of Great Britain. All games on 123 Spins are regulated by the UKGC or both the UKGC and AGCC. Registered business address (no correspondence): Inchalla, Le Val, GY9 3UL, Alderney.

So it doesn't matter how strong a license may be, they still hire people in India to do their spamming.

spammer's email address and IP:
shruti@24x7onlinebingo.com
203.92.41.98

Its been reported to third party spam databases as per our forum rules. Rules you agree to when signing up. Should have read 'em.
 
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lordblucan

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May 9, 2013
Location
UK
I signed up at one of the Jumpman casinos but have just closed that account based on this and my poor experience. I've never come across a casino that doesn't allow a withdrawal until 48 hours have passed since adding your card. Is there an actual reason for this other than to delay the withdrawal process early on?

I get a really bad vibe from these guys.
 

johnnymcc1966

Senior Member
Joined
Dec 12, 2017
Location
United Kingdom
I signed up at one of the Jumpman casinos but have just closed that account based on this and my poor experience. I've never come across a casino that doesn't allow a withdrawal until 48 hours have passed since adding your card. Is there an actual reason for this other than to delay the withdrawal process early on?

I get a really bad vibe from these guys.

Yes,their Bingo software and websites are not particularly inviting at all.
 
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