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Planet7Oz - Read it and weep.

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by ladyhawke, Aug 11, 2017.

    Aug 11, 2017
  1. ladyhawke

    ladyhawke Experienced Member

    DumDum Fantasy Land
    Hey, have I got an offer for you!

    Just received a snail mail offering from Planet7Oz. (Yup, they have opened a casino just for us Aussies).

    The details? Sign up and receive $1000 free which can be used to win AU$50k. After a playthrough of 1000x (so Support informed me), although as this is effectively a fun money contest, I don't see how a playthrough is relevant. So receive $1000, WR is $1million, and you are in with a chance to get that magic $50k.

    Anyway, I decided to have a bit of fun. I opened an account (false name, details, etc) and hey presto, a bonus of $25 mysteriously appeared in my account.

    I spoke to support, and asked to have the snail mail offer, to which she replied that I already had a bonus, and couldn't receive another one until I made a deposit.

    She then stated that I had requested the bonus myself......not true at all.

    Finally, she said that I had received many bonus offers before, so I had to make a depost....again, not true at all due to the very strange fake name I gave.

    At a guess, this is probably how they get out of honouring the offer - send out the letters, and once an account is opened, a mysteriously appearing bonus (which they insist you requested) puts paid to the offer, due to their one free chip followed by a deposit rule. Bait and switch springs to mind here.

    What is really worrying though is that I don't actually know how they got hold of this address, as I have NEVER had an account with any of this accursed group. And where I am living now is a fairly new address, given out to only a very few casinos.

    So...Planet7Oz is definitely a chip off the old block of all those lying, cheating, thieving Virtual casinos.

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