Fortune Lounge "Refer a Friend"

Dekon

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I was gonna ask this on an existing thread, but I didn't want to clutter others with what may be a stupid question? (Veiw)
I've played some at Fortune Lounge casino's and found them as good as any. But with all this talk about bonus abuse, fraud, sindicates etc. I was wondering how safe it would be to use their "refer a freind" program. I'd hate to get someone all signed up only to have my accounts locked up for their fear of me starting some kind of "gang rape" against the casino.
I mostly play at Riverbelle anyway but some FL's promo's sound Great.
Thanks. :thumbsup:
 

vinylweatherman

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Oct 14, 2004
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Joke

I was gonna ask this on an existing thread, but I didn't want to clutter others with what may be a stupid question? (Veiw)
I've played some at Fortune Lounge casino's and found them as good as any. But with all this talk about bonus abuse, fraud, sindicates etc. I was wondering how safe it would be to use their "refer a freind" program. I'd hate to get someone all signed up only to have my accounts locked up for their fear of me starting some kind of "gang rape" against the casino.
I mostly play at Riverbelle anyway but some FL's promo's sound Great.
Thanks. :thumbsup:

This kind of behaviour is a joke. Many of these "syndicate" cases are where the casino believes a group of friends have got together to play the promotions. There vague comments about how they look for syndicates includes, "players signing up who are from the same area, and play in a similar manner". This is EXACTLY what is going to happen where a player is offered free money to refer friends, they are going to talk to friends, perhaps who have never played before, and teach them how to sign up and play with the "generous free money" on offer, while the referrer will pocket the incentive for getting the friend signed up. This does indeed leave the friends open to getting their new accounts flagged for all being connected to each other, but, of course they are connected, because they resulted from the refer a friend promotion.

If casinos are using this type of account connection to flag for abuse, they should not be running refer a friend promotions to existing players.
 

Dekon

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Fun for one

Thanks for the input VWM. I think for the time being, I'll let my friends find their own fun. I prefer a differrent Casino anyway. ;)
 
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