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Gametech group, no consequences ?

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by hausse222, Nov 8, 2016.

    Nov 8, 2016
  1. hausse222

    hausse222 Experienced Member MM

    Location:
    Europe
    How is it possible that the rogue operation Gametech Group n.v that is known for using fake games (e.g. from netent) can still open one casino after another (last example: enzocasino, that was advertised with a spam mail today) ? And how is it possible that netent allows them to use their software ? Or are they still using faked games ? If this is the case, why they still have a curacao licence (i know it isn´t worth much... but) ?
    This case of a fraudulent operation damages the trust in the casino industry very much, i think.
     
  2. Nov 8, 2016
  3. spintee

    spintee Meister Member webby mm2

    Occupation:
    gambler :)
    Location:
    Northants
    One simple answer to that, The providers could not care less the the casino's have already riped of or what they already done, As long as there paying them the funds now

    $$$£££$$$
     
  4. Nov 9, 2016
  5. Nate

    Nate Ueber Meister CAG webmeister

    Occupation:
    Monster
    Location:
    Cyberspace
    I was quite interested to see if anything would come of this.

    Speaks volumes as to the integrity of the software provider, doesn't it? Allowing a known scammer to use their software and also turn a profit from the said scamster after they are busted.

    Wouldn't surprise me if other crap comes up.

    Nate
     

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