N1Casino doesnt pay out after wager was met

Meph

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hi, i was not able to locate the appropriate casino rep, the url linking to the page to find them doesnt work inside the forum rules section 2. Please help me out:

Hello, I have a disagreement with N1Casino. I registered with them yesterday and placed my first deposit. I got a new registration bonus, so my € 50,- deposit got 150% extra, totalling into € 125,-.

the wager for the free € 75,- was 50x! A bit steep, but it was clear from the start and I started playing.

after a good run I was able to clear my wager 100% and was left with 2325,- in my account.

My verification process went well, id, utility bill copy and proof of deposit got accepted.

Not too long after my withdraw request I received a message I didnt comply with the T&C of the Casino.

somewhere in the T&C, way down, they mention you are not allowed to place bets over a € 5,- limit when a bonus was added.

I think in my case this is not reasonable. I have been playing that night and even had a chat with Felix from support about my limits, and asked him how to clear the wager. (I actually wanted to quit when I was ar & 700,/ already but didnt hit my 50x wager). I Then started to bet strong and took high risks in my games to try and clear the 50x wager. It was only after I got even more lucky, and tried to withdraw, that I Iearned you are not allowed to bet over € 5,- per bet when in a bonus game when they cancelled my cash out...

It was not mentioned clearly before on the website, neither did support take the oppertunity to inform me when I asked how to cash out earlier.

Also there’s no technical block / limit to my gameplay to prevent betting over €5,- whatsoever.

I’m a senior web developer myself so I understand how easy it could have been for them to set things up to be clear and prevent the issue from happening (Playing over the 5,- bet limit rule jn their t&c).

I’m sure its not legal enough to only just mention this “rule” of a €5,- max bet when a bonus is applied.

I prefer not to go complaining with all the shops and apple store (where i downloaded their app), or gamble review platforms etc, I’m hoping to work things out with a n1 official.

I would have never played the way I did and took all that risk to clear a 50x wager if it was clear to me I was not allowed to place bets over €5,-, I would have placed smaller bets...

anybody knows what I can do to resolve my problem with n1casino?

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Hello @Meph

Unfortunately, as other meisters posted - you indeed breached our bonus terms and conditions. I do not agree that it's hidden somewhere, and I can't agree with statements that our agents somehow misled you. Therefore, unfortunately, I can't help you here, I'm truly sorry.

Br,

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Nordog

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Its really easy too see max bet 5€,and unless you can show customer service recommending a bet higher then 5€ you have sadly no casw.
 

Meph

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Hi, I’ve been reading up on this max bet limit on bonus games limit and I noticed other online casino’s sometimes work the same way. But I’d still like to start a discussion on this because I’m convinced under Dutch law (So called “Kansspelen wet”) this is not allowed, it should be enforced to new players for us not to be able to play above limits at all. Specially when gambling online!

hear me out: I’m a first time online Casino player. I’ve only seen a couple of real Casino’s in my life. When you play a table you are unable to play over the max limit set. Also slots in real physical Casino’s do not have a option to place bets higher then the T&C allow you to. Yet in the online world it’s way to easy to take money from new players and allow them to spend as much as they want, not to enforce this €5,- max bet rule until they actually win and try to cash out, and wave the T&C at them stating there’s a rule they were not allowed to play “this way”.

It kind of feels like i won the lottery but won’t get paid because I wasn’t allowed to pick the number 7, and there’s a rule about this somewhere on our website.... It’s just too easy. I admit I didnt read the terms and conditions, because I never thought i’d be doing anything to negatively influence my payout... And admit it, probably over 90% of people blindly accepts t&c’s online, it feels like this is kind off purposely beeing abused here.

It’s a very very shady way of doing business and doesn’t do right to a legit casino, you’re not promoting ethical methods into the business model without enforcing technical limits for new players if you remove winnings after they happen and refer to the t&c.

It’s not like it’s a technical challenge to enforce max bet limits to accounts, and I believe it’s been setup this way purposely to shake out the new guys wallets. If it would have been the other way (people loosing their money playing over the limit), I’m sure you guys don’t go after them either to tell them the game was played wrong, and return their money.

Just to be clear I’m not blaming N1 Casino specifically, it just so happens this is one of the Casino’s that take advantage of this rule and I was playing N1 when I had a good win, or so I thought.
 

Meph

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Its really easy too see max bet 5€,and unless you can show customer service recommending a bet higher then 5€ you have sadly no casw.

It’s easy to see if you read the terms and conditions, but thats my point, I’m sure over 90% of people don’t read t&c’s. It’s different for businesses amongst eachother who have a good legal rep but its commonly known private persons blindy accept t&c’s. Also (at least where I’m from) A judge would never go along with a rule that is not obviously visible or enforced outside of online t&c’s for this exact reason. Specially regarding gambling!
 

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Should a casino have a system in place wherein players can't bet over the limit nor play excluded games? Yes.
Is it on the player to read the terms and coniditions. Also yes.

As to shady? I don't think so. I mean, it's right there in big bloody letters 'bonus terms and conditions' ...so clearly the player is aware terms and conditions apply to the bonus.
Like I say, I wasn't even playing, and it a 2 second glance.
 

Meph

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You give them that advantage by accepting the t&c without reading it. And aslong as you agree to it, its a binding contract. Take a lesson from it, and read bonus rules from now on.

Hi Nordog, you have to understand how it works in my country to understand how its different from f.e. the US. In the US there’s rules and warnings everywhere to protect the companies against lawsuits with huge fines. In The Netherlands it works differently, we are also allowed to almost blindly consume online and there’s a fair amount of freedom in accepting things as they are, or you can assume certain things to protect consumers against online businesses.

For example, I can order any physical product online, have it delivered, try it, and ship it back to the webshop within 2 weeks and they need to give me a full refund, no questions asked. Also all purchases have a 2 year warrenty, unless you can assume (for example a fridge) to have a longer lifespan, companies are obliged to extend the warranty. And there’s no t&c that can fix that ;-)

T&c’s here are not a way out for business to comply with our flexible laws, which are extremely protective of online consumers.

My point is here nobody reads t&c’s because we know we are well protected against these things. And because this is the mindset of Dutch consumers companies are obliged by law to take extra measures to protect them.
 

Meph

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Anywho, perhaps it's @homerbert 's final answer but I'd suggest you take it to pm with homerbert for a discussion assuming he's willing as he wouldn't be able to discuss acct specifics here regeardless.
But as he, I and others have said, it seems a rather cut and dry case.

Ok I’ll do that, thanks. Hit me up with a pm homebert
 

Nordog

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Hi Nordog, you have to understand how it works in my country to understand how its different from f.e. the US. In the US there’s rules and warnings everywhere to protect the companies against lawsuits with huge fines. In The Netherlands it works differently, we are also allowed to almost blindly consume online and there’s a fair amount of freedom in accepting things as they are, or you can assume certain things to protect consumers against online businesses.

For example, I can order any physical product online, have it delivered, try it, and ship it back to the webshop within 2 weeks and they need to give me a full refund, no questions asked. Also all purchases have a 2 year warrenty, unless you can assume (for example a fridge) to have a longer lifespan, companies are obliged to extend the warranty. And there’s no t&c that can fix that ;-)

T&c’s here are not a way out for business to comply with our flexible laws, which are extremely protective of online consumers.

My point is here nobody reads t&c’s because we know we are well protected against these things. And because this is the mindset of Dutch consumers companies are obliged by law to take extra measures to protect them.

Hey its like that in Norway to. But i cant go to a fotball game and expect a refund, cause my team lost

Or even better, i cant ask for a refund cause a movie wasnt as advertised?

Its a huge difference in products ment to last 5+ years, and a product you consume.
 

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I wonder at what point did we just start to accept this type of behaviour from casinos, to the extend that other players are supporting it and ruling against the player? The only reason a rule like this exists is to stop bonus abusers, when a player is not purposely abusing a bonus, but just playing, it's unethical for a casino to hide behind the rule to confiscate the money from a player. It's not because you play part of your session at higher bets that you are automatically abusing a bonus, and for a casino to just confiscate winnings based on that, I consider that fraud or incompetence.

Any reputable casino would clear the player in cases like this, so avoid casinos like N1 in the future.
 

Nordog

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I wonder at what point did we just start to accept this type of behaviour from casinos, to the extend that other players are supporting it and ruling against the player? The only reason a rule like this exists is to stop bonus abusers, when a player is not purposely abusing a bonus, but just playing, it's unethical for a casino to hide behind the rule to confiscate the money from a player. It's not because you play part of your session at higher bets that you are automatically abusing a bonus, and for a casino to just confiscate winnings based on that, I consider that fraud or incompetence.

Any reputable casino would clear the player in cases like this, so avoid casinos like N1 in the future.
A rule is a rule in my eyes.
I expect any casino i play on to play by the rule. In return i follow their rules
I read the rules before i accept a bomus, if i dont like them i dont play.

Since when did the personal responsibility that individuals have cease to exist?
 
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