Bonus Complaint Lucky 247 BS

me_and_ed

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Third time I have received a call from these guys, all 3 times telling me that they have put $10 in my account and have a 100% bonus offer, log in and what a surprise, no $10, 3 times now, I cant say I care because I will not ever deposit with them again and I don't play with bonuses, but I do care being called and having my time wasted, total BS!!
 

hedgehok

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Give them a fake mobile number if you don't care to deposit there again. I did that with another MG-casino that kept flooding me with text messages and it worked out nicely.
 

PaaskeDenmark

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Only problem with this is, I have seen stories where some casinos void withdrawals for such a reason :(

This only Club World Casino group which has this term. Which I find really stupid as a phone number gives no identification anyways. Anyone or lot of people has a top up phone or something which does not have address linked. Clearly to proof identification with address and passport etc should be sufficient for any casino. And any player should be in his or hers free right not to give out their phone number as this is clearly just for marketing stunts. :mad:
 

chiya

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Give them a fake mobile number if you don't care to deposit there again. I did that with another MG-casino that kept flooding me with text messages and it worked out nicely.

Umm .. People use smartphones these days .. I hope? I mean ya'll have hundreds to spend at casinos .. Surely you have a smartphone? And if you do, all smartphones have a function to block calls. On my phone I've set so that I cannot receive private calls, or those that I've blocked. There's one really persistent casino that keeps calling me but when I answer the phone they cut it off (???) so I simply blacklisted their number.

The number blocking works for SMS too so no more spam text messages.
 

spintee

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Umm .. People use smartphones these days .. I hope? I mean ya'll have hundreds to spend at casinos .. Surely you have a smartphone? And if you do, all smartphones have a function to block calls. On my phone I've set so that I cannot receive private calls, or those that I've blocked. There's one really persistent casino that keeps calling me but when I answer the phone they cut it off (???) so I simply blacklisted their number.

The number blocking works for SMS too so no more spam text messages.

The thing is theses company's have unlimited numbers, You be lucky to get a call from the same number,It pretty pointless blocking any number really, Only the other day I had a call from a London number from a casino, London my arss, Not with the accent they had, Routing numbers, They probably have a square foot office space with about 10.00 other company's in the building
 

me_and_ed

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The thing is theses company's have unlimited numbers, You be lucky to get a call from the same number,It pretty pointless blocking any number really, Only the other day I had a call from a London number from a casino, London my arss, Not with the accent they had, Routing numbers, They probably have a square foot office space with about 10.00 other company's in the building

They do, this last call I received was from a local 604 exchange.......baaaastards
 

hedgehok

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Yes, spintee is right and I told that if he does not care to deposit there again which implies he's also not withdrawing again. You can just drop in to the live chat and give them the "new" number. It also has nothing to do with fraud because he obviously gave them the correct number in the first place but now that they are persistant with phone spam and he expressed his wish to not receive them in the future they crossed a line and other measures are necessary.

Using a 2nd mobile for online-casinos is probably best. You can keep this mobile at home so it's not such a pain when they call you.
 

me_and_ed

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Yes, spintee is right and I told that if he does not care to deposit there again which implies he's also not withdrawing again. You can just drop in to the live chat and give them the "new" number. It also has nothing to do with fraud because he obviously gave them the correct number in the first place but now that they are persistant with phone spam and he expressed his wish to not receive them in the future they crossed a line and other measures are necessary.

Using a 2nd mobile for online-casinos is probably best. You can keep this mobile at home so it's not such a pain when they call you.

I gave them more than the new number, they got the what for and the where too, with some spice in between, told me abuse was not tolerated and my account is closed forever........then I proceeded to tell them go jam themselves a little further :lolup:
 

chiya

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The thing is theses company's have unlimited numbers, You be lucky to get a call from the same number,It pretty pointless blocking any number really, Only the other day I had a call from a London number from a casino, London my arss, Not with the accent they had, Routing numbers, They probably have a square foot office space with about 10.00 other company's in the building

Ah that is a fair point. I've personally never had an issue like this though. Sometimes the numbers start off the same but end with different numbers so I've used wildcards to block the obviously same casino from calling me altogether, but if they, as you say, change their numbers completely then yeah there's not really anything you can do.

On that note I guess easiest way would be to have a prepaid SIM and attach that number to any casinos you play at. Hell you don't even need a phone. If they really want to verify you thru phone then stick that into your phone but otherwise do nothing with it.

Fake numbers I would advise against as already has been mentioned, *some* casinos like to forfeit your winnings if your number is fake which is practically the dumbest reason ever.
 
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