is pamper casino any good?

philderby1

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just been offered a deposit bonus of 3,500% are they good? might deposit $40 later and see :) any experience with them would be great =]
 

incrediblestuff

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I'd like to save you some reading, although those threads might have some entertainment value...
Diaper Casino is one of the worst out there!
They pretend to be professorial if you are depositing, but they will show you what they are like as soon as you hit a withdrawal button,
at least that is my personal experience (yes i once was a foolish young "golden boy" :lolup:) but your free to still try, as those huge 2000% bonuses do attract a lot of people: mostly the rule is, if it looks too good to be true, it's probably not true:).

Seriously, you better steer clear of that one, there are lots of Casinos here that are accredited, and most offer decent welcome bonuses.
 

iPalle66

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pamper casino

Aiit maan,, check the name,, pamper is diaper,, u just cannot name your casinosite to a name like that
 

chuchu59

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One that spams you everyday with promises of free chips and monster bonuses. One might feel pampered but in reality they will try to wriggle itself out of paying.
 

philderby1

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all i hear is late payments (if any) and non communication to players. im staying as far away as possible!
 

Balthazar

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I receive their spams with no deposit offers all the time and I just delete them. Yesterday I had nothing to do and decided to give it a shot. Got $29 ND with a whopping 80x wagering requirement and a $29 max cashout.

Did it successfully (balance reseted from $600 to $29 as soon as I met the WR) and cashed out the $29 via moneybooker (the casino charges a 5% fee to cashout, go figure). I sent in my docs and we'll see what happens. I shall receive my $29 -5% fee - the moneybooker fees "within 10 to 13 business days".:lolup:
 

secret2

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I just use these rogue casinos to test out new RTG slots in fun play. That's all they are good for but maybe it isn't a good idea to download them in the first place, though.
 

Simmo!

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May 29, 2004
Location
England
I receive their spams with no deposit offers all the time and I just delete them. Yesterday I had nothing to do and decided to give it a shot. Got $29 ND with a whopping 80x wagering requirement and a $29 max cashout.

Did it successfully (balance reseted from $600 to $29 as soon as I met the WR) and cashed out the $29 via moneybooker (the casino charges a 5% fee to cashout, go figure). I sent in my docs and we'll see what happens. I shall receive my $29 -5% fee - the moneybooker fees "within 10 to 13 business days".:lolup:

Worst case they'll pass on your data to list spammers, steal your identity and refuse to pay. What have you got to lose :oops:

Seriously Balthazar, I can't believe you sent them your documents! Photo ID? Address? Passport? You're taking a huge risk for $29 IMO. I don't mean this to sound condescending so sorry if it does: I just don't want less experienced players thinking it's a good idea to do this with a casino that has known issues.
 

Balthazar

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Worst case they'll pass on your data to list spammers, steal your identity and refuse to pay. What have you got to lose :D

Well they aren't in the pit and they have a rep here that seems to log in every week or so.

Seriously Balthazar, I can't believe you sent them your documents! Photo ID? Address? Passport?

Well you start to worry me now. Drivers license + utility bill.
 

Simmo!

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England
WeWell you start to worry me now. Drivers license + utility bill.

I'm not saying Pamper are that bad. But you have to be careful with *any* casino you don't know, especially when the documented experiences aren't great. It just strikes me as a big risk to take for $29.
 

Balthazar

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I just don't want less experienced players thinking it's a good idea to do this with a casino that has known issues.

There's a huge difference between "payment delays" (known issues and I don't care about that on a ND bonus) and "stealing your identity" (which is what you're implying). Did I miss something? Why aren't they in the Rogue Pit if they are dangerous?
 

Simmo!

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England
There's a huge difference between "payment delays" (known issues and I don't care about that on a ND bonus) and "stealing your identity" (which is what you're implying). Did I miss something? Why aren't they in the Rogue Pit if they are dangerous?

Not sure if we psosted simultaneously but my post above clarifies. :thumbsup:
 

bigjohn

Dormant account
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Dec 21, 2012
Location
Northeast Coastal USA
I receive their spams with no deposit offers all the time and I just delete them. Yesterday I had nothing to do and decided to give it a shot. Got $29 ND with a whopping 80x wagering requirement and a $29 max cashout.

Did it successfully (balance reseted from $600 to $29 as soon as I met the WR) and cashed out the $29 via moneybooker (the casino charges a 5% fee to cashout, go figure). I sent in my docs and we'll see what happens. I shall receive my $29 -5% fee - the moneybooker fees "within 10 to 13 business days".:lolup:

Thats a riot!
 
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