New Micro - OldChicagoCasino

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Dormant account
Wondering if anyone has played this one yet. It has a 100% match bonus. Since it is amicro I just assumed all is good. Downloaded and deposited, now I see there is no phone contact and email seems shady. Cannot get through from the casino software and emailed for the bonus about 2 hours ago and nothing. Anyone got anything on them??
 

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hucorte

Experienced Member
Locked

This casino sent me spam almost everyday. I decided to register... 24 hours later they locked my account without any e-mail explaining why. Fortunately, I didnt deposit anything. Beware.
 

vinylweatherman

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This casino sent me spam almost everyday. I decided to register... 24 hours later they locked my account without any e-mail explaining why. Fortunately, I didnt deposit anything. Beware.
Interesting they wait 24 hours. Many players would have deposited by then. They seem to condone this spamming, yet lock accounts seemingly without reason when someone actually joins because of the spam.

This industry is still largely immune from the normal standards expected of legitimate business. No legitimate business would be permitted to engage in a mass marketing campaign, with misleading content, and then lock out customers with no reason or explanation. Here in the UK, try that, and they would have Trading Standards all over them, and the advertisement copy would be referred to the advertising standards agency.

I am receiving "personal invitations" to join Old Chicago, and these are presented as PERSONAL INVITATIONS BY NAME, and I am "part of a selected group" being invited to redeem a 125% bonus.

It seems that as soon as a new casino opens, the mass spamming starts. In some cases, the spam seems to start BEFORE the casino opens.

As more casinos seek licensing in the EU, this lack of control of their spam will bite them in the ass, since the right to advertise formally through traditional means comes with an obligation to behave, and ensure that their advertisement campaigns do not infringe EU rules, or local state rules. Some online casinos have already felt the wrath of the UK advertising standards authority, and have been forced to withdraw (or tone down) some campaigns, mainly on the grounds of protecting underage people from being enticed to participate. There is an increasing tendency to enforce laws over the Internet too, once considered an environment where normal rules did not apply. The biggest example so far is the war on Internet piracy of copyright content, which seems to be going to extremes in some cases, but is producing technology and legal frameworks that could be used to extend enforcement to other sectors of Internet commerce.
 

hucorte

Experienced Member
"I am receiving "personal invitations" to join Old Chicago, and these are presented as PERSONAL INVITATIONS BY NAME, and I am "part of a selected group" being invited to redeem a 125% bonus."

Absolutely the same happened to me. It was every day that I got their spam.
 
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