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Multiple accounts under same address

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by nutnut, Apr 7, 2016.

    Apr 7, 2016
  1. nutnut

    nutnut 30 day suspension - flaming

    Occupation:
    IP consultant
    Location:
    england
    My girlfriend who lives with me wishes to sign up to casino sites, but will have same IP & address as me. do any casinos accept this long as name and debit card is different ?
     
  2. Apr 7, 2016
  3. paul7388

    paul7388 Meister Member MM

    Occupation:
    not a lot
    Location:
    glasgow scotland
    most good casinos and bookies will as long as you both don't take bonuses.

    Be best to contact casino first and check tho. The casinos normally tell you that bonuses can only be claimed once per household but not normally a problem 2 people playing same casino as long as they both don't claim the same bonuses.
     
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  4. Apr 7, 2016
  5. Nicola

    Nicola Casino Affiliate MM mm1 webmeister

    Occupation:
    Web Developer
    Location:
    Green Park, London
    Pretty much as above, the bonus part is the most often the rule breaker.

    When it comes to IP address... turn your router off for 5 minutes and when you turn it on again you'll be allocated a new IP address in most ADSL/cable situations.
     
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  6. Apr 7, 2016
  7. electronictonic

    electronictonic Experienced Member

    Occupation:
    Carer
    Location:
    UK
    That does not always work..the best way to force a change is to find this area in windows device manager and input and combo of 12 letters and numbers like below, switch off modem and back on and you will always get a new ip.


    Multiple accounts under same address: Mac-Address.jpg,Apr 7, 2016
     
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  8. Apr 8, 2016
  9. Deeplay

    Deeplay New World Order CAG mm1 webmeister

    Occupation:
    Works For Self
    Location:
    The biG Eu
    Or just use a decent UK based proxie. But the best ones with large pools of IPs are paid services.

    I use them to access uk services such as netflix ect out of local regions.
     
  10. Apr 8, 2016
  11. Jasminebed

    Jasminebed Closer to 100 than Birth

    Occupation:
    Not in workforce
    Location:
    Ontario
    Best to discuss this with the casinos you are interested in. I know lots of couples that play.

    Sometimes you can have an account with one and your wife with a sister and both get bonuses.

    And there are lots of great casinos to play at, maybe split them up.

    Be prepared for both of you to send in ID when you make the request. I wouldn't worry so much about the IP address, it's more the one per household that most casinos have. I'd use email to make the request, and save the email answer.
     
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  12. Apr 8, 2016
  13. slotter999

    slotter999 Senior Member

    Occupation:
    Player
    Location:
    UK
    I'd recommend using a VPN if you want use different IP addresses. There are freebie services which can be a bit slow....but for around £25 a year you can get a really good service.
     
  14. Apr 8, 2016
  15. Harry_BKK

    Harry_BKK Senior Member CAG mm1

    Occupation:
    job is OK
    Location:
    Balcony
    Just be straight up with the casinos, contact them here via PM and sort it out quietly. Shouldn't be a problem at all.

    You can always as Jon (aka "jonmincher" ) as he and his wife have separate accounts at a range of casinos, incl. Redbet, 32RED, CL/Next.

    I wouldn't use VPN or any other stealth methods to hide that you are both playing from the same physical address as you will be running the risk to have winnings confiscated or the account closed. Some casinos are OK with VPN, most not.
     
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  16. Apr 8, 2016
  17. slotter999

    slotter999 Senior Member

    Occupation:
    Player
    Location:
    UK
    Can you show me an example of a casino that doesn't allow VPN? I would love to see how that particular T&C is worded because it sounds completely nonsense and technically unenforceable.
     
  18. Apr 8, 2016
  19. Harry_BKK

    Harry_BKK Senior Member CAG mm1

    Occupation:
    job is OK
    Location:
    Balcony
    Videoslots
     
  20. Apr 8, 2016
  21. slotter999

    slotter999 Senior Member

    Occupation:
    Player
    Location:
    UK
    I'm using mobile.... But a quick search of their terms and conditions finds zero references to 'VPN' or 'Virtual' or 'private'.

    Is this something region specific maybe?
     
  22. Apr 8, 2016
  23. Harry_BKK

    Harry_BKK Senior Member CAG mm1

    Occupation:
    job is OK
    Location:
    Balcony
    The soon you try to login with an IP from a different country then your registration country the account is locked.

    Further, not Videoslots specific, some games like WMS are blocked in some countries. If you use VPN to circumvent that and submit a withdrawal from winnings on those slots will likely lead to voiding of the winings.
     
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  24. Apr 8, 2016
  25. maxd

    maxd Complaints (PAB) Manager Staff Member

    Occupation:
    The PAB Guy
    Location:
    Saltirelandia
    Guys, some of you are talking about circumventing the casino's Terms re one-account-per-address. WTF? Please don't advocate Terms violations! :axeman:

    The OP is FAR better off contacting the casino and asking permission. If granted they are good to go. If not they know where they stand.

    Just because you know how to violate the Terms doesn't mean you should. And you certainly shouldn't be recommending other people do it. Geezuz! :mad:

    FYI read the frickin' Posting Rules:
    If anyone wonders about the Infractions that are being handed out, see above.
     
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  26. Apr 8, 2016
  27. Melvin - Panda

    Melvin - Panda Accredited Casino Representative

    Occupation:
    Casino Manager
    Location:
    Malta
    Definitely don't use VPN, You will need to pass KYC anyway and you are just violating terms.

    Clearing in advance I think many casino's will be fine. One condition on our site is that you don't use the same bonuses, but perhaps there are even casinos who don't mind that.
     
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  28. Apr 8, 2016
  29. slotter999

    slotter999 Senior Member

    Occupation:
    Player
    Location:
    UK
    Yes just tried to login from Italy (sadly not my country of origin) and it locked my account :)

    That's not blocking VPN though...that's just Geo blocking based on IP address source.

    I've only ever encountered one casino block like that before but can't remember the name. I'm guessing those they don't block aren't being 100% compliant with their obligations.
     
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  30. Apr 8, 2016
  31. Jono777

    Jono777 Meister Member CAG mm4 mm1

    Occupation:
    Self- Employeed
    Location:
    Wolverhampton
    I'd forget the IP thing and just ask the casino(s) in question for permission.

    Me and the wife have an account each at numerous casinos and have played problem free for years now.

    Once they see you as genuine players too (regular deposits, not always taking 100% matches etc) they are more accommodating I have found. The reps at accredited casinos on here have been more than helpful and understanding.

    We are allowed to take the same bonus at one or two of the casinos we play/deposit at, others have allowed an account each but told us not to take the same bonus so communication between you guys is paramount, just in case!
     
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  32. Apr 8, 2016
  33. trickster

    trickster Dormant account

    Occupation:
    Researcher
    Location:
    Moscow, Russia
    Always contact the casino first, but I think, it will be better to stick to different casinos, after all, there are thousands of legit casinos offering more or less same games.

    I wouldn't recommend VPN, I've used it before and it was pain in the .... slow, lagging etc
     
  34. Apr 8, 2016
  35. slotter999

    slotter999 Senior Member

    Occupation:
    Player
    Location:
    UK
    I received an infraction for the above comment which was classified as promoting player fraud.

    If you were one of those people who read that comment and made the huge leap to promoting player fraud then I would like to take this opportunity to state that it was never my intention to inadvertantly promote or support player fraud in anyway.

    Apologies for any confusion.

    All the best.
     
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  36. Apr 8, 2016
  37. Nicola

    Nicola Casino Affiliate MM mm1 webmeister

    Occupation:
    Web Developer
    Location:
    Green Park, London
    I feel somewhat disappointed at receiving an infraction for mentioning resetting a router to obtain a new IP address. Using a VPN (which I did not mention) is breaking the terms of a casino, but refreshing an IP isn't as the majority of casinos allow one account per person not per residential address. The mention of changing an IP address is to avoid unnecessary flagging on a players account - this is something that casinos I work with on a daily basis actually recommend via telephone and electronic support.

    With my daily job being a Fraud Analyst, accused of promoting fraud on a public forum is somewhat disturbing. I will accept my 30 day 'timeout' and return in a month's time.
     
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  38. Apr 8, 2016
  39. electronictonic

    electronictonic Experienced Member

    Occupation:
    Carer
    Location:
    UK
    I was disappointed too, rather heavy handed, as I pointed out in PM fraud is a criminal offence in the UK under the common law Jurisdiction (JURIS-of law. DICTION-the use of words)
    and last time I looked it is not a crime to change ones IP address, then to be accused of showing how to commit fraud and inciting someone to commit fraud, when fraud is a crime, was rather over the top and pretty defamatory, fuck this place.
     

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