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Thanks for accepting me to the group. Wish I’d found this a few weeks ago. I am curious to find out if 3 sites are genuine or are they pirated? Joined nine wins, lucky mister and magic wins. All payments come though strange odd names to my bank. Regrettably I have lost about 6000 between them. I was hoping is there any way if they are scam sites, ? Would my bank try and recover anything. I’m to embarrassed to ask them. Yet sick to my stomach I’ve been a fool. Desperately looking for answers and help. thanks in advance Gary.

Ps. I am on GameStop and after 3 years came access the facebook adds. To my dismay I’ve lost what little savings i
 
I am curious to find out if 3 sites are genuine or are they pirated? Joined nine wins, lucky mister and magic wins. All payments come though strange odd names to my bank. Regrettably I have lost about 6000 between them. I was hoping is there any way if they are scam sites, ?
Welcome to the forum!

The first thing I would have done, is use Google with the phrase "Nine Wins casino review"
Well I just did that and it looks like this one is a legitimate site.
It is even listed here on Casinomeister in the "Grey" section: Nine Casino

However, any casino accepting players who are on Gamstop is a big red flag for me. So I don't know why they are not in the rogue section.

I know this is not what you want to hear, but as an adult you have to take responsibility for your own actions. You knew you were on Gamstop for a reason, but you still went and opened accounts and lost money. It sucks, but I don't think there is any way of claiming your money back.

KK
 
Thanks for accepting me to the group. Wish I’d found this a few weeks ago. I am curious to find out if 3 sites are genuine or are they pirated? Joined nine wins, lucky mister and magic wins. All payments come though strange odd names to my bank. Regrettably I have lost about 6000 between them. I was hoping is there any way if they are scam sites, ? Would my bank try and recover anything. I’m to embarrassed to ask them. Yet sick to my stomach I’ve been a fool. Desperately looking for answers and help. thanks in advance Gary.

Ps. I am on GameStop and after 3 years came access the facebook adds. To my dismay I’ve lost what little savings i
A sure sign a casino is breaching gambling license regulations in multiple jurisdictions alas. Transactions are disguised to bypass payment provider red flags. This is how they get away with taking credit card payments when blocked in the UK for gambling.
 
All 3 unlicensed sites are actively being promoted to UK problem gamblers via the usual "Non Gamstop" advertising. Nine Wins even has a UK "customer service" number (albeit a mobile phone).

Usual line up of second and third-tier providers present and correct, that don't geo-block based on license.

So they have done exactly what they were designed and set up to do - relieve another problem gambler of their savings - I'm sorry to say. Can't offer advice on recovering money via the bank but it's a minefield by all accounts, possibly risking a fraud marker against your name. Definitely review some similar threads on this forum, and the advice given therein, before taking any action.
 
All 3 unlicensed sites are actively being promoted to UK problem gamblers via the usual "Non Gamstop" advertising. Nine Wins even has a UK "customer service" number (albeit a mobile phone).

Usual line up of second and third-tier providers present and correct, that don't geo-block based on license.

So they have done exactly what they were designed and set up to do - relieve another problem gambler of their savings - I'm sorry to say. Can't offer advice on recovering money via the bank but it's a minefield by all accounts, possibly risking a fraud marker against your name. Definitely review some similar threads on this forum, and the advice given therein, before taking any action.
 
If you don't know who to trust and what to look for, searching on Google for "... casino review" - in the top positions you'll find their affiliate sites that tell you that this casino is the best on the planet regardless of anything. Check this out:

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The best thing to do IMO is to search for "casino forums", open accounts in a couple of them, and ask a direct question about whether the casinos you're looking to play at are trustworthy. Where there is a real player community, there is more trust than reading casino .reviews. Most are simply biased or they're just writing about casino features, nothing else.

These three casinos, Nine Win, Lucky Mister, and Magic Wins, are plastered across casino affiliate sites that promote casinos that are not on Gamstop. Personally, i wouldn't play at any of them even if Elon Musk gave me £1000 for free.

For your question, 'Would my bank try and recover anything', i think here you must have a strong reason for it, as there are cases where customers got nothing even charging money back from perfectly legitimate casinos.

If you had a non-payment of winnings problem then you could potentially see a customer adviser in your bank to advise you on what to do, but you essentially, was making deposits and lost them all. :(
 
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Welcome to the forum!

The first thing I would have done, is use Google with the phrase "Nine Wins casino review"
Well I just did that and it looks like this one is a legitimate site.
It is even listed here on Casinomeister in the "Grey" section: Nine Casino

However, any casino accepting players who are on Gamstop is a big red flag for me. So I don't know why they are not in the rogue section.

I know this is not what you want to hear, but as an adult you have to take responsibility for your own actions. You knew you were on Gamstop for a reason, but you still went and opened accounts and lost money. It sucks, but I don't think there is any way of claiming your money back.

KK
Jeez! A 1668/JAZ site in the Grey Zone???? wtf?

Are you sure Nine casino and Nine Wins are the same?
 
If you don't know who to trust and what to look for, searching on Google for "... casino review" - in the top positions you'll find their affiliate sites that tell you that this casino is the best on the planet regardless of anything. Check this out:

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The best thing to do IMO is to search for "casino forums", open accounts in a couple of them, and ask a direct question about whether the casinos you're looking to play at are trustworthy. Where there is a real player community, there is more trust than reading casino .reviews. Most are simply biased or they're just writing about casino features, nothing else.

These three casinos, Nine Win, Lucky Mister, and Magic Wins, are plastered across casino affiliate sites that promote casinos that are not on Gamstop. Personally, i wouldn't play at any of them even if Elon Musk gave me £1000 for free.

For your question, 'Would my bank try and recover anything', i think here you must have a strong reason for it, as there are cases where customers got nothing even charging money back from perfectly legitimate casinos.

If you had a non-payment of winnings problem then you could potentially see a customer adviser in your bank to advise you on what to do, but you essentially, was making deposits and lost them all. :(
 
Jeez! A 1668/JAZ site in the Grey Zone???? wtf?

Are you sure Nine casino and Nine Wins are the same?
They don't appear to be.

Nine Casino is based in Curacao (Uno Digital Media B.V.), claims to have license B2C-AK2QPM3H-1668JAZ and uses a payment processor in Cyprus.

Nine Win Casino appears to be an affiliate harvesting site (using a similar colour scheme to Nine Casino) - no actual content, and any attempt to navigate redirected to one of a number of "unknown" crypto or dodgy operators - naturally being promoted by unscrupulous types trying to target people on exclusions.

If the payments have come through from random unrelated companies, you may be able to charge back - but banks have been somewhat aggressive in fighting this. If they've asked you to deposit using crypto (so the cash went to a crypto exchange first rather than the casino) then I'm afraid you are very unlikely to succeed.
 

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