WARNING Lock Casino Experiencing Delays = slo-pay/no-pay

Casinomeister

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Lock Casino is presently experiencing payment delays due to an unforeseen closure of one of their payment processors. This has affected payments to players - and I'm assuming affiliates as well. They have made assurances that they are doing everything in their power to get back up to speed.

More here.
 

maxd

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Based on ongoing and recent info I've bumped this up to a full Warning: we continue getting reports of players (and affiliates) still getting the same old run-around from Lock -- "processor problems .. no firm pay dates .. wait some more .. tomorrow .. maybe", etc -- so at this point (YEARS of players hearing the same stories) I think it's fair to say that Lock has made slo-pay/no-pay standard operating procedure. Lately there has been word of court cases in process against Lock for non-payment (citations to follow). Obviously things are not getting any better for players at Lock properties.

WARNING: Players must be aware that Lock Casino and Lock Poker are notorious for slo-pay/no-pay tactics. If you want your money you'll have to fight for it because they WILL try to stall you as long as they can, or only pay part of what was owed, or even simply not pay if they can get away with it. DO NOT play at Lock properties if you expect to receive your withdrawals in anything even remotely resembling a timely fashion. Because of these ongoing issues at Lock we can't accept Pitch-A-Bitch (PAB) complaints against them: we'd be wasting our time and yours since they'll simply ignore us and do what they want to do (as already described).
 
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maxd

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It seems this bleak story has finally come to a close; LOCK POKER NO LONGER LICENSED BY CURACAO (Update);

... Apparently the Curacao authorities invalidated the licensing on April 21 - four days after the Lock sites went silent ... total amounts owed by Lock have been estimated at as much as $15 million ... there appears to be little hope that players will be able to recover their money.
 

Casinomeister

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Another one bites the dust. :eek2:

:lolup: It's been chewing on the dust for about five years now.

It's a shame, too. When they first launched they were actually quite promising - they had some good people on board.
 
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