IS CLOUD CASINO OK TO PLAY AT?

babysister

Experienced Member
MM
I READ SOMETHING ON THIS FORUM ABOUT CLOUD CASINO. I CHECKED OUT THE GAMES IN FREE MODE AND IT SEEMS OK. I LIKE THE GAMES, BUT IS IT AN OK CASINO, PAYS WINNERS ON TIME, ETC. BRYAN, MARY, WHAT'S YOUR TAKE ON THIS CASINO. I WAS THINKING ABOUT GIVING THEM A TRY, DO YOU KNOW WHAT PAYMENT METHODS THEY USE BESIDES E GOLD? DO THEY USE NETTELLER OR SHOULD I AVOID THIS CASINO?
 

jetset

RIP Brian
CAG
GoldMoney, NetTeller, NetPay, WU and they recently announced credit card facilities too. It looks as if they have revamped and relaunched (in June last year) since I last looked at it. Not sure on the software, which is an important deciding factor for me.
 

Casinomeister

Forum Cheermeister
Staff member
Well, they are prompt with their emails. I searched the site and I recognized the games, I did some text searches in Google and it seems that they have lifted the text for their "rules" section form Boss Media casinos, (some Chartwell casinos have done the same). So I simply emailed the customer support and asked them. Meanwhile I did another text search and found their software provider, 3Wgraphics:

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It's a company in Moscow that supplies games to several clients. Homebets.com is one,
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is another (very cheesy looking).

During this time their support answered back:

Hello and thank you for your interest in our website


Our software is proprietary and developed in house. It is available for
licesing, should you be interested


regards


So Babysister, perhaps you can do some searches on your own with this information and see if these are people you don't mind doing business with.
 

jetset

RIP Brian
CAG
Yeah - damned liars - their Support gave me the same "proprietary software" baloney when I emailed them, too.

If they lie about their software and plagiarise other sites, then they can get up to other questionable stuff too as far as I am concerned. BTW, the "license" jurisdiction is Costa Rica so don't expect a helluva lot of action from there if things go wrong, either.
 
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