How do you know where you cannot play?

banana

Dormant account
Joined
Jul 22, 2006
Location
uk
I am a player in the UK, also a member of three US casinos: 888, Goldenpalace and IntercasinoUS.

I have read the bellerock thread on this site and realised it is possible one could inadvertently commit fraud by not knowing which casinos are in which group, and what the rule is for membership of groups, though that was not the case on that topic where everyone seemed to know what was a bellerock casino (I still don't.)

As I want to avoid breaking rules, I would like to know if there is a list of the groups and their associated casinos anywhere on the net, with a rule for that group also listed? A url would be appreciated.

I have only been saved from signing up inadvertently, where this would have been against casino rules, by having picked up tips from message boards. For example, I played Harrods and then discovered Red Lounge has a good welcome offer. The fact that you cannot play two Kismet casinos is tucked away in the T&C, and I would not have know what was a Kismet casino anyway, had it not been for a message board, as I have only been playing a few months.
Another example was Golden Palace; when I signed up there was a list of casino username prefixes that I have to avoid in future, without stating the casinos to which these referred. When I emailed their customer services for a list of these casinos I must avoid, they told me it was commercially sensitive information that they could not supply. Also, when I exit GP, adverts pop up for (presumbaly) associated casinos which I am not eligible to join.

Given that I would be committing fraud should I join at two casinos in a group at which holding more than one account is banned, it would be reassuring to have a definitive list of casinos in groups and rules associated with each group.
 

The Watchdog

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Joined
May 5, 2006
Location
Costa Rica
Honestly

Non of those casinos are located in the US.

If am not mistaken Goldenpalace is located in Antigua.

As a matter of fact, is hard to find an online casino located in the US.

If you are a Enlisgh citizen, you don't have a problem gambling online.

Your question regarding we you can not play is hard to answer. I recommend you to try the ones on the accredited list on this site.

They are not located on the US and according to the meister they provide reliable service and are no scammers.

If you want specific recommendations, post it
 

banana

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Joined
Jul 22, 2006
Location
uk
Thank you.

It must be amazing to live in Costa Rica; one of the most beautiful places on earth from what I've heard.

Specifically I had in mind to join RiverBelle Casino as they have a good recurring monthly bonus discussed on another forum. However, two questions:

1. which other casinos would this exclude me from joining?
2. do any of those other casinos in that group have better offers or are in some way better to play? I did wonder about the Japanese one the alleged scammers had piled into - do they have far out far east deals?
 

lydia

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Joined
Sep 3, 2005
Location
Europe
banana said:
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For example, I played Harrods and then discovered Red Lounge has a good welcome offer. The fact that you cannot play two Kismet casinos is tucked away in the T&C, .

I've been plaing at Harrods for a long time already. Recently I signed up at another Kismet casino - Private, used their welcome bonus and cashed out nicely. I never had a problem, I am sure you can play at all 3 Kismet casinos. :)
If in doubt talk to their very nice and professional CS in live-chat.
 

dominique

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Joined
Jul 5, 2003
Location
The Boonies
banana said:
Specifically I had in mind to join RiverBelle Casino as they have a good recurring monthly bonus discussed on another forum. However, two questions:

1. which other casinos would this exclude me from joining?
2. do any of those other casinos in that group have better offers or are in some way better to play? I did wonder about the Japanese one the alleged scammers had piled into - do they have far out far east deals?

As far as I know you can change casinos within the Belle Rock group without problems. Unless you just grab the bonus and run, no group likes that.
 

Slotster!

I predict a riot.
Joined
Oct 17, 2004
Location
Location, Location!
As others have intimated, it's only if you claim bonuses that you'll run into trouble. I had an issue once with Getminted getting me confused with Virgin as I used the same details at both, but they cleared it up when I explained. Check out the 'accredited' section of the Casinomeister site to see which casino's are in which group! The big MG lot are Belle Rock, Palace Group, VPL, Fortune Lounge and Jackpot Factory, with loads of confusing brands within each! I get entirely confused with which owns whom and what goes where - so stick to 32RED if it's MG Gaming I'm after!!! The games are identical whichever you choose though, so best of luck! :thumbsup:
 

GI Joe

Webmeister
webmeister
Joined
Aug 2, 2005
Location
LA
I have aproblem with all Playtech casinos - I think Im on a list - everytime I try to make a deposit with Neteller Im declined -

I have won quite a bit over the years at Playtech casinos - perhaps thats why:lolup:

GI Joe
www.gamblersillustrated.com
 

Casinomeister

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Staff member
Joined
Jun 30, 1998
Location
Bierland
Hi Banana,

Some good advice posted here. One thing is for certain, it is very difficult to keep up with which casinos fall under which casino group. There are constant changes and to keep up with this is nearly impossible. I tried that several years ago here, but it was too much to handle.

Taking up initial bonuses can be tricky - if a casino group only allows you one new player bonus in their group, then in their terms and conditions it should be made clear which casinos fall into this category. Most casino groups allow you to pick up an initial bonus at each casino. At least the ones listed here at Casinomeister do.

The Bellerock thread was dealing with player fraud which is a separate (but related) issue to bonus problems. In the thread that you mentioned, there were a few individuals posing as many players - providing bogus ID docs and playing off of the same computer. If you are straight with a casino, you shouldn't have any problems.
 
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