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marino

Dormant account
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Nov 8, 2008
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Some casinos "Playtech" , Europacasino for instance, indicate in their terms and conditions:
"The first credits wagered will be deducted from your deposit (s) rather than from the PLAY BONUS."
You make winings by investing the money you deposit, and therefore without using your bonus. If the casino cancels these gains under the pretext that you have not met the "wagering requirements, this casino should be:
- Recommended?,
- Rogue?
- Black listed?
 

KasinoKing

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Errrr... :confused:

a) Nearly all casinos have terms like this on their bonuses. You don't get money for free online (much).
What's the problem? If you don't like it, don't take the bonus.

b) You forgot to attach the poll! :p

c) My Vote: Recommended provided they meet all the CasinoMeister's Requirements.

KK
 

KasinoKing

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Marino, further to your above post & the PM you sent me:

I'm sorry, but I think the problem is you don't understand how 99% of casino bonuses work;

Once a bonus is added to your account (whether you asked for it or not) you are 100% committed to completing the WR in accordance with all their terms & restrictions before you can withdraw your money.
This is the only way the casinos can stop players taking a bonus, placing only a few bets, or low-risk bets and then walking away with THEIR money (the bonus).

Now the way they word the condition about using your money first can be a little bit confusing, but it's just to convey that you can't take say a 100% bonus, play until you have lost half your bankroll, and then just withdraw all your deposit. If you did that you would be getting a totally risk free chance to win from the casino, but the casino would have no chance to win from you. Not fair on them, is it?

Regardless of whether you 'touch' the bonus money or not, you are still committed to completing the WR. This is 100% fair in my honest opinion.

I hope I have understood your complaint correctly, if not I apologise & ask that you explain further...

Best regards,
KK
 
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