Lake palace?

Greigssy

Senior Member
Joined
Aug 13, 2010
Location
Scotland
Hi I seem to be recieving disks,emails and even some phonecalls from all sorts of casinos,it looks like a casino has pimped my details to others! NOT HAPPY.
But have recieved a disk from lake palace casino,with a free $25 no deposit and a 100% match bonus when i register.I have tried a search on the forum but couldnt find any details.Iam hoping someone can give me some info on this casino before i try them? Thanks.
 

jod5413

Is That Better?
Joined
Mar 6, 2007
Location
somewhere on the planet
Hey Greigssy, did you look in Casinmeister's rogue list or the accredited list? The answer may be there. Look up at the top for Rogue Pit and CMCasinos. Hope that helps.:thumbsup:
 

max1mike

Dormant account
Joined
Oct 5, 2005
Location
USA
maybe they turned over a new leaf...i got one of the cds, and just for kicks installed and played it...made the playthrough and cashed out $150. (minus the $15.70 fee to mail a check)

or maybe not, but just my personal experience.
 

silcnlayc

Just one more spin pleez!
PABaccred
PABnonaccred
Joined
Sep 20, 2005
Location
Left Hungary
max1mike :
maybe they turned over a new leaf...
I, too received the cd...I actually made a few withdrawals when they first came back on the scene....it takes a while but I did get my funds and they were in the upper hundreds each time...with no problem....

New Leaf? Maybe....

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vinylweatherman

You type well loads
Joined
Oct 14, 2004
Location
United Kingdom
I got TWO, both on the same day. Says a great deal about their attitude to the environment:rolleyes:

Funny that a group that once HATED the British because we are all a bunch of frauds and abusers now makes such a HUGE effort to pretend they now LIKE us, and want to shower us with all the bonuses that they always promised, but never delivered once they got you snared.

They got rid of Microgaming overnight (Literally, even Microgaming and Kahnawake didn't have a clue what had happened), and brought forth this inferior software so that it could continue to fleece the US market. Now they expect the rest of us to come back to this US facing software. Why would we, when we can play at casinos using "proper" software. They should have KEPT MGS, and moved US players over to "level 11", just like 99% of all the other MGS casinos did with their US players (the 1% being Go Wild, who thought they could stop the tide of change, and found they couldn't:p).

The phonecalls DO seem to suggest that our details have been "pimped out" for marketing, since postal marketing companies do NOT have our phone numbers, cannot even LEGALLY use them if they had.

It also seems that unrelated groups DO pool their resources for "marketing", usually redirecting players they themselves cannot take to a group that CAN take them; hence we have US players visiting Riverbelle being redirected to Slotastic, who CAN take them, whereas Riverbelle cannot.

These postal CD's seem highly targeted too, so it is NOT just a case of mailing them to a large database of UK addresses, they KNOW that the people who they are sending these CDs to are online players, and they MUST have got this additional information from somewhere, and in many cases it is ONLY the casinos that KNOW one is a player, since many do NOT tell their bank, boss, insurance company etc, which is the other route whereby this information can be tied to postal address and used for marketing.

The CDs often come by international post, which means they have neatly sidestepped UK law in terms of how they can gather and use our information, even though it would be much CHEAPER to generate and send this stuff within the UK. The phonecalls also come from abroad, which would make it hard to trace whether the laws can actually be enforced. The UK regulators know about this "dodge", and are trying to arrange international agreements to put a stop to it, but this is far from simple.

The REALLY odd thing that most of this activity comes from AMERICA, a country that is doing it's best to destroy the industry, yet it harbours the more aggressive marketing outfits that bombard the rest of the world with mailers and phonecalls for online casino products - even the rogue ones.
 

footdr

Banned User: PITA violations of the Forum Rules
Joined
Jan 13, 2006
Location
cyberspace
They were rouged but I have continued to play them with no problems

The payout is low so don't play often but I did deposit several times at Big dollar and grandbay and won over $1000.00 at each.

They have good bonuses now, much better then MG.

I was paid to quicktender with 72 hours.
 

vinylweatherman

You type well loads
Joined
Oct 14, 2004
Location
United Kingdom
The payout is low so don't play often but I did deposit several times at Big dollar and grandbay and won over $1000.00 at each.

They have good bonuses now, much better then MG.

I was paid to quicktender with 72 hours.

I wonder why?
Something to do with the software perhaps:rolleyes:
 

cerdikola

Low Roller
Joined
Dec 26, 2006
Location
Spain
I used to recieve CD's too. They even made accounts with my personal info with bonus enabled just to login and play :eek: (not only this group of casinos)

But when they realised I didn't use a single bonus or CD they stopped sending trash :cool:
 
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