La Isla Bonita Casino

Black21Jack

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There has been many reports and rumors that somehow WGI (World Games Inc.) is affiliated with a company called Club Platinum Inc. out of Poland which runs La Isla Bonita Casino. It was reported in this story:

"La Isla Bonita
We featured this online casino in Casino Cautions two weeks back for bad communications, slow-paying mainly Danish players and some quaint domain changes. This week the heat seemed to be again focused on this operation when Jan Gunnar Furuly, an investigative reporter on the staff of the Oslo, Norway based newspaper Aftenposten started asking questions in the online gambling community. Apparently some sort of ownership struggle has been going on at the casino, which is technically operated from Warsaw in Poland where it has offices and a call centre. Aftenposten has received details on significant numbers of Danish players who are awaiting over-delayed payouts. Furuly has apparently established that in addition over a thousand Norwegians have invested in La Isla Bonita through a WGI company called Club Platinum Inc. and they are impacted by the ownership and possibly financial problems associated with this operation. It has also transpired (confirmed by Antiguan authorities) that contrary to its claims to be licensed in Antigua this is not so. If any of our readers have any useful information on this operation, Furuly would like to hear from them at tel: +47 22864008, mob: +47 91164210 or fax: +47 22864054."

You can be assured that they (WGI) have no affiliation whatsoever with this company, and that World Games Inc. has been informed of these accusations as well as the Toronto team leaders of WGI. I am waiting to hear back from them on this matter.
 
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jetset

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So what is the story that has Furuly investigating so assiduously, Blackjack21? Did your source confirm that there have been Scandinavian payout problems, and if so what was the cause, please?
 

jyde

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Lots of players thought Isla Bonita was owned by WGI - but it was from a competing pyramid scheme Club Platinum Inc. CPI is history I think - and right now everyone is fighting over money and the casino.
 

Black21Jack

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jetset said:
So what is the story that has Furuly investigating so assiduously, Blackjack21? Did your source confirm that there have been Scandinavian payout problems, and if so what was the cause, please?
I dont know anything about that scam, who they have ripped off, or what payout problems they have been having. I do know that they have absolutely nothing to do with World Games Inc. whatsoever.

jyde said:
Lots of players thought Isla Bonita was owned by WGI - but it was from a competing pyramid scheme Club Platinum Inc. CPI is history I think - and right now everyone is fighting over money and the casino.
Competing pyramid scheme? WGI is nothing like Platinum Club Inc. For starters it is a legitimate business that happens to use MLM as its sales base and as you might have read from my last post, WGI has so many products and upcoming products that the company could stop the MLM aspect and still thrive. Their goal is to become one of the largest online entertainment companies in the world with brand recognition like Coca Cola and Levis. They are on track to having 1,000,000 paid memberships by the end of this year with a goal of 10,000,000 paid memberships within the next 5 years. This is in addition to the Premium Player memberships that will be released in around July which has absolutely nothing to do with the MLM aspect of the company. On top of all this they have just announced that 50% of all profit made by WGI will be donated to various charities. The main lottery that can be played by WGI members is the european Globelot. It is a charity organization that donates portions of all tickets sold to organizations such as WWF, Red Cross Society, Care and many others. You can find more info at www.globelot.org Jyde, do more research before you spread such lies.
 

jyde

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Yeah yeah - whatever. Right now you have 410000 members. In November 2003 you had 400000. One million by the end of the year? Doubt it.

The Globelot lottery is an independant lottery owned by ILLF. It has nothing to do with WGI - other than WGI promote it to its members.

As for the 50% donated to charities: As long as no audited financial reports are released, the management could be donating 100% of the surplus to their own family. Get real!

Tell me, what products apart from ILLF products, do you have?
 

Black21Jack

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jyde said:
Yeah yeah - whatever. Right now you have 410000 members. In November 2003 you had 400000. One million by the end of the year? Doubt it.

The Globelot lottery is an independant lottery owned by ILLF. It has nothing to do with WGI - other than WGI promote it to its members.

As for the 50% donated to charities: As long as no audited financial reports are released, the management could be donating 100% of the surplus to their own family. Get real!

Tell me, what products apart from ILLF products, do you have?
Listen,

I am not telling you this because I am trying to sell anyone here on WGI, I simply stated the facts, as a member who is actually involved in the company, and it is clear you have no clue about it. Are you a member of WGI? if you are not a member you do not know what is going on with the company. How do you know that the team leaders have not seen the financial reports? Did you ask? Everything was on the table at the Singapore summit. I am making money with WGI and I do not need to recruit anyone. The company is going very strong in its operating jurisdictions including here in Canada. By promoting Globelot and having the large amount of members playing everyweek from WGI the amount of money that is being donated to the charities supported by Globelot has increased substantially. WGI and ILLF have a partnership and one of the main products is the weekly Sweepstakes8 draw which is not independent, it is strictly WGI and is run by the ILLF. You can read more about it at www.sweepstakes8.com where 5% of all the tickets sold is donated to charity. And you know what, I really could care less what you think because as you are spewing your baseless accusations I am sitting back and watching my stock gain in value. :D and there are many people like you who have been talking trash since the beginning and, it certainly hasnt stopped over 400,000 people from joining.
 
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