More NetEnt stolen software/Rip offs

ThePOGG

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Not all of the above list the Net Ent games (ones in red).

I do notice that UpSlots also appears to be running some - what I'm guessing are - fake Playtech games;
 

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ThePOGG

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The 1Bet2Bet terms are very very funny;

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Term 6 - "In order to withdraw any funds, customers must either: a) stake (wager) an amount equal to forty (30) times the combined bonus plus deposit amount on casino (e.g. deposit €25, receive 25 bonus of 30, turnover €1500 (25+25 x 25] before withdrawal)."

Alongside 3 different wagering requirements in the same term the term states "either a)" with no other options! This is exactly the same sort of clumsy, inept term crafting that started off the initial complaint against Tobwin at my site.
 

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About Futuriti

I have played quite a bit on Futuriti. Especially for their Novomatic Slots.
I can confirm this slots are some very bad ripoffs. All their Deluxe Slots are very bad ripoffs. The reels spin unnaturally. The reels are ¨ordered¨ in a very different way. For example at ¨Hot Chance¨ a 3 reel slot, the reels are ridiculous. Where on the normal slot the sevens and stars are represented 1 time on each reel, at futuriti the Sevens are even triple stacked, what in theory means you can hit a full screen of sevens, something which is impossible on the original ¨Hot Chance¨.

The Sizzling Hot Deluxe is even more nuts!
The paytable doesn´t match up with the prices paid in the game. The slot confuses the melons with the cherries. So basically the Melons are like the Cherries in the original game and vice versa. Can you follow me? I can´t. Also the scattered stars. When you hit 3 of them, you get paid 2x normally. Here the paytable also sais 2x, but when you hit you got paid 10x!
It´s really a joke. Ppl who play Novomaticslots, just grab their 100 free and try that slots out, or try it in playmoney.

I don´t confuse their classic slots with their deluxe slots as someone mentioned before. Believe me, I know all Gaminator/Novomatic slots very well.

I don´t say they don´t pay. They keep it pending for a while, that´s why I can just remember a few small withdraws. I did hit big sometimes there. I think, as someone posted before, it could be they have the end-control of this software.

Interesting nobody came up with this before as they have had a lot of traffic the last years, for sure with enough people knowing the original versions of these slots.
 

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Term 6 - "In order to withdraw any funds, customers must either: a) stake (wager) an amount equal to forty (30) times the combined bonus plus deposit amount on casino (e.g. deposit €25, receive 25 bonus of 30, turnover €1500 (25+25 x 25] before withdrawal)."

:notworthy Award winner for the most unintentionally hilarious term ever. :lolup: They obviously copied and pasted and butchered it several times without knowing what it even said. If you search for "In order to withdraw any funds, customers must either: a) stake (wager)" in google you can see from a couple forum posts with the full (unbutchered) term from Smart Live where there actually WAS a 'B'
 

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Don't play at this casinos. They are all fake and not licensed. Slots are awful faked copy, bad scripted rtp.
 

ThePOGG

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It´s really a joke. Ppl who play Novomaticslots, just grab their 100 free and try that slots out, or try it in playmoney.

I do understand that you're just suggesting that players get a look at how wrong these slots are, but I'd discourage anyone from even claiming NDBs or free spins at these casinos. In doing so you'd be giving people clearly engaged in illegal activities you personal information - not a great plan. Of course, if you don't intend to try and withdraw any winnings you could always enter bogus details.....
 

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I do understand that you're just suggesting that players get a look at how wrong these slots are, but I'd discourage anyone from even claiming NDBs or free spins at these casinos. In doing so you'd be giving people clearly engaged in illegal activities you personal information - not a great plan. Of course, if you don't intend to try and withdraw any winnings you could always enter bogus details.....

That's not a great plan either, you never know if the casino at some point will be sold or merged with another and the "new" casino choose to compare details. IP or MAC address. Then they accuse you of fraud and your withdrawal is toast.
 

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That's not a great plan either, you never know if the casino at some point will be sold or merged with another and the "new" casino choose to compare details. IP or MAC address. Then they accuse you of fraud and your withdrawal is toast.

I absolutely wasn't suggesting anyone make any form of deposit with these guy! I was suggesting that if there were NDBs or free spin bonuses not tied to deposits they could enter completely bogus details. I do concede your point about the IP, though it could be overcome with a proxy server, which are relatively easy to find/use.
 

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should it be a good idea to ask futuriti about this? at askgamblers, for example? ppl can open a complaint there(also about their software) and they will have to answer, like they did in the past.

they have quite a lot of traffic. scary.
 

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I have seen promo about this futiriscrap casino several times on askgamblers... How can they be legit and promote such a scam at the same time? Makes me think of gamblingshitty... They offer promos and NDB for the casinos listed in their rogue section... Payments for hypocrisy?
 

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How can they be legit? Who Askgamblers or the casino? Neither are really. Loads of complaints on AG go unanswered or the player gets shafted and they stick a big smiley face on it and say all is well. Loads of dodgy casinos are "reviewed" there uncritically. Look past the facade.
 

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Ask those AskGamblers

Well, there's always an option to ask those "AskGamblers' how does it comes that they promote scam casinos...
 

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Well, there's always an option to ask those "AskGamblers' how does it comes that they promote scam casinos...

As long as the money comes in.... They dont give a ... A little bit like gambling city network... Promoting the casinos that they call rogue themselves... What a nice joke
 

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Book of Ra lookslike a very sad fake at 77Jackpot

I have played online and in Casinos Book of Ra-I am so silly as played well over 300 euros-still hoping for the 3 books to appear-actually 2 would have been good-there were hardly any books and because they were "spinning" so slowly and oddly you could actually see the symbols going round, very rare a book whizzed past. Still I played,classic,new book of RA6 (didn't know of this previously) and still no 3 books, then eventually they appeared and I won 3.65E woooooooo,in one mad deposit of 125 euros not once did 3 books appear.
Definitely I would say a fake,couldn't open any netent games and the cover page of secret of the stones was a joke-nothing like real one. How come AG recommends them.
No UK license but thy took my deposits-any suggestions about getting them refunded or is that a joke I just made-I also did quite a few deposits on fututurri-which I have to say was about the same-I must check sites before playing-I will from now on....... when will I learn not to trust everyone on line :(
 

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I have played online and in Casinos Book of Ra-I am so silly as played well over 300 euros-still hoping for the 3 books to appear-actually 2 would have been good-there were hardly any books and because they were "spinning" so slowly and oddly you could actually see the symbols going round, very rare a book whizzed past. Still I played,classic,new book of RA6 (didn't know of this previously) and still no 3 books, then eventually they appeared and I won 3.65E woooooooo,in one mad deposit of 125 euros not once did 3 books appear.
Definitely I would say a fake,couldn't open any netent games and the cover page of secret of the stones was a joke-nothing like real one. How come AG recommends them.
No UK license but thy took my deposits-any suggestions about getting them refunded or is that a joke I just made-I also did quite a few deposits on fututurri-which I have to say was about the same-I must check sites before playing-I will from now on....... when will I learn not to trust everyone on line :(

These lot are as bent as a bottle of hammers - they're crooks, the software pirated, the reviews fake and so are twats that promote them. If AG promote them they are rogue as the sites IMO.

Therein lies the motivation of AG - MONEY! Here it's less money, but more ethics.

NEVER deposit at any site not registered and licensed with the UKGC. Go to the UKGC site and 'search licensees'.

You have basically donated cash to Russian criminals. Try and get it back from your payment method.
 

selfridges1

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Thanks

Thanks-I did try my bank but thy said as I had made the deposit they couldn't do anything. Yes. AG did promote them then put a warning on saying their licence was an E license or something but that has been taken off since I told Jim at 77 about it-scary are they connected maybe? ??
 

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Sheesh once again the acceptance of A.G. as a reputable site gets my goat really. There are loads of rogues and dodgy casinos on there with positive or uncritical "reviews" written in semi-literate English. The faux help service is a joke much of the time and a cynic might even point out that if you encourage players to play at crap casinos then the number that come back and submit a complaint increases traffic to the site in a non-virtuous, money-making, cycle of asshattery.

The "awards" that sites like that receive are voted on by casino managers and other affiliates. They are meaningless to players but for some reason many players seem to unquestioningly accept that they are an indication of quality as opposed to money earned (the reality). How many votes do players get in these casino industry circle-jerks?

I read that the site recently sold for 15 million Euros. 15 million. Screw me sideways! If a site that questionable is worth that much then CasinoMeister must be worth 10x more.
 

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Sheesh once again the acceptance of A.G. as a reputable site gets my goat really. There are loads of rogues and dodgy casinos on there with positive or uncritical "reviews" written in semi-literate English. The faux help service is a joke much of the time and a cynic might even point out that if you encourage players to play at crap casinos then the number that come back and submit a complaint increases traffic to the site in a non-virtuous, money-making, cycle of asshattery.

The "awards" that sites like that receive are voted on by casino managers and other affiliates. They are meaningless to players but for some reason many players seem to unquestioningly accept that they are an indication of quality as opposed to money earned (the reality). How many votes do players get in these casino industry circle-jerks?

I read that the site recently sold for 15 million Euros. 15 million. Screw me sideways! If a site that questionable is worth that much then CasinoMeister must be worth 10x more.

Yep I agree stopped using them a long time back when i saw the kind of casinos they promote. Its like they accept anyone and everyone and so much wrong information. Example saying a casino accepts UK players only to find when you get to the site they dont.

They were bought based on the traffic and the revenues generated. So I suppose the massive price tag must have been justified. Jo Player though comes second or 3rd.

Thats why I stick to what I know .... Casino Meister :cool:
 

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