Free Money Bonus - If They Want Too....

kimalag

Dormant account
Hi, For the last few days I have been downloading diffrent casinos that have free money bonus with no deposit. I do this to see which ones I would like to play if I did deposit real money. So far I have found 2 I like.
(Yes, I do deposit real money at casions)

Their are 3 casinos, I'm not naming them on here, but they won't let me have the free money bonus because I didn't deposit any real money in to one of their casinos after I had played the free money at one of the 3 casinos, they pretty much said....

(You can not redeem more than $10 worth of VIP points without demonstrating a history of purchasing or placing a bet at one or more of the casino rewards member casinos.)

I did read the T/C, it did not say that you could not sign up at any of their other sites, each diffrent site states that you can receive the free money bonus after signing up as a real player. :what:

I know they can change anything they say if they want, that says it in their T/C, so after seeing that and them changing what their site says I put those 3 casnio in my trash bins, I won't be playing (real money) their. :p

In doing what I have been doing I've found 2 casinos I really like, their emails and free money deposit was very fast, along with what I read about them on here I think I'll be happy with them.

Thank you for listening to me.... :)
 

Bruce Hamilton

Dormant account
kimalag said:
...they won't let me have the free money bonus because I didn't deposit any real money...
Casinos refer to that as bonus abuse. They offer free money to entice you into taking the signup bonus and making a deposit, what you're doing is playing with the casino's money and never wagering anything of your own. Sorry, but I have to side with the casinos on this one. :D
 

kimalag

Dormant account
Thank You

Thank you, I didn't know this I thought bonus abuse would be like someone getting free money bonus running it up and cashing out after making T/C and not deposit any money, like a history of that.
 

caruso

Banned User - repetitive violations of 1.6 - troll
kimalag said:
I did read the T/C, it did not say that you could not sign up at any of their other sites, each diffrent site states that you can receive the free money bonus after signing up as a real player. :what:
Correct, and there is nothing wrong with what you did.

This is the Casino Rewards group, long-standing troublemakers. Steer clear of them.
 

Daffy

Experienced Member
Try the Grand Prive Group...

Casino Grand Bay
Jupiter Club
Lake Palace
Bella Vegas

You can do the no deposit signup with all of them...then you must deposit at least $20 to get any additional freebies...it is fair. Follow the T&C and you will get paid.

Casino Reward casinos are linked to a central promo pool...that's why you only get one or two.

the dUck

(if this is not cool...mod can delete/edit)
 

guesswest

Experienced Member
I'm a bit unclear on this, but if you're saying the casino denied issuing you the no deposit bonus, then i'm definitely a fan of that. That's exactly what a reputable casino would do. And you don't mention the casinos in question so I can't check out their T&Cs, but even if they don't directly state it's not valid at multiple sister casinos, I'm sure they have some clause about it being their perogative to do whatever they like on the issuance of bonuses - and in the case of a no deposit bonus I have zero problem with them invoking that clause, for any reason at all.

The real rogue casinos would give you the bonus, without stipulating anywhere in T&Cs that you weren't eligible for it, then not pay you if you won. How many times do we see casinos issuing bonuses people aren't eligible for as a way of stiffing them should they win? There's so many instances of that happening with shaky casinos, that their refusal to issue the bonus in the first place tells me they actually do honour these bonuses when people win, and would in fact endear me to them if it was me in your position.
 

Bruce Hamilton

Dormant account
kimalag said:
...I thought bonus abuse would be like someone getting free money bonus running it up and cashing out after making T/C and not deposit any money...
I've actually found a couple casinos giving free money with the T/C specifically stating that this free money would be cashable once a balance of $50 was obtained, provided no deposit was made, which I took advantage of a couple times... But for the most part, that free money they give you is sticky, meaning you can't withdraw it.

The major items that constitute bonus abuse are attempting to withdraw a large win before meeting the W/R, or attempting to withdraw your deposit prior to completing W/R after you lose the bonus.
 
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