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Scott1baird

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Basicly there is a whole thread on fansbet already which myself and you already slated them.
 

Davey86

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Surely the rep answering on trust pilot would be better off answering the emails they seem to have a back log of, all the reply’s on a review page but hardly a reply to a player/customer playing on site seems very strange
 

hashtoke

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Like Casumo was?

The reason I join them is because I have to check them out before I promote them, if I'm not happy they don't get listed, part of my job mate...:p

And this lot won't be.

thanks for doing this. i've had a bad experience with once called piggybang recently. tried to withdrawal like $2 i won off 50 wager free spins plus my $50 deposit ($52 total) trying to test if they really have "no requirements". they acted like i had just tried to murder someone or something and said i couldn't withdrawal cause i didn't use my real money. then they proceeded to ask for wayyy too much info including my birth certificate and passport after already having my drivers license and bank statements. after i wagered the amount of my deposit, and threatened i would post about it in forums, and told them i'm tempted to contact authorities about them suspiciously collecting sensitive information, they eventually verified me. this was over the timespan of about a week or more cause their support is ridiculously slow and useless. i feel like i should have documented it all better and made a thread here about it so next time i will try. i never ended up cashing out either, i was down to like $35 from playing through n tried to make it back to 50 after i was verified with no success.

i'm also having a problem with an actual decent casino right now too, playojo gave me some no wager free spins on a deposit, i hit a bonus n know i won over $10 on a single spin, but it capped the win on the free spins session at $5. the total was not an integer of 5 it was like 1140 so it was quite obvious. it's been like 3 or 4 days since and have been given the same runaround by support twice, sending them the game session id ect then waiting.

i'm not having good luck with the whole wager free thing anywhere seemingly lol.
 

Guntis

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United kingdom
Regulation is the one, but there is another big worry for casinos.
Casinos that ask their customers to provide a bunch of documents and go through different weird things, as a rule, are/were badly bombarded by scammers.
There are guys out there who know how to pass a verification via Skype and can provide absolutely any documents in the quality that a checking software won't be able to smell anything.

The method to investigate a player; request-refuse-request-refuse docs and then, from the collected information, look for any discrepancies is very classic.
 

TheSchwad

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Oct 24, 2018
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Have you seen the latest review on TrustPilot, no way did someone get 15,625x on the 'Millionaire' slot (hope to see the video Epic Wins Sections!!! :p) and then she only gave them 4 stars!! :D I'm guessing for the slow withdrawal :laugh:
 

TheSchwad

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Oct 24, 2018
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Stockton-on-Tees
I've noticed the request-refuse method at a few places, nothing pisses me off more, I've got all the info you want, just ask for it how you'd like it and I will provide, saves weeks wasted in the back and forth.

Crazy thing is, I start by redacting any information they don't ask for using Adobe Acrobat as they usually request PDF's, (and could easily edit my PaySlip and bank information to portray myself as a millionaire) so it's crazy they 'dilly dally' over the trivial (but genuine) details of the documents.
 
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