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banditboy2006

Experienced Member
silveroakcasino.com

i tryed to register with the site i am in the uk but i spoke to live support it took them 10 mins to reply saying the uk's banned

but when i asked why the u.ks banned i got no responce


thats doent seem rite i:confused:
 

Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
silveroakcasino.com

i tryed to register with the site i am in the uk but i spoke to live support it took them 10 mins to reply saying the uk's banned

but when i asked why the u.ks banned i got no responce


thats doent seem rite i:confused:
Be thankful you weren't allowed to sign up, as these places are as rogue as it gets. Please familiarize yourself with the ROGUE list here, and avoid all casinos on that list. As the previous poster mentioned, choose your casino(s) from Casinomeister's Accredited List, and you will have far less problems in the future.

You dodged a bullet here, lucky you.
 

Nate

Well-Known Member
webmeister
CAG
Your best bet is to RESEARCH before you play. Thank your lucky stars that they didn't allow you to sign up.

Check the Accredited List for reputable Casinos :thumbsup:

Nate
 

vinylweatherman

You type well loads
CAG
MM
silveroakcasino.com

i tryed to register with the site i am in the uk but i spoke to live support it took them 10 mins to reply saying the uk's banned
but when i asked why the u.ks banned i got no responce


thats doent seem rite i:confused:

Thank God for that!!!

Brits are now protected from being lambs to the slaughter at one arm of the Virtual operation. We just need the others to ban the UK too.


The odd thing is that I had an old account at Crystal Palace (prior to joining CM), which was renamed Silver Oak. Despite the UK being banned, I have recently been sent emails to entice me to deposit. Given their rogue nature, I would expect that they would take my money till I won, and then said the UK was banned and they couldn't pay. They may be emailing other UK based players with old accounts, who may fall into this trap.

Maybe they are running scared of the new UK regulations.
 

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