Possible to get sign up bonus at all Main Street Cainos?

Contraband

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Hi guys/gals
I signed up at Las Vegas USA (Main Street) a couple months ago and got the sign up bonus and made a nice score. If I sign up at another Main Street casino will I be able to get the sign up bonus or is that only one per group?

Thanks
 

Brooklyn

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If I am not mistaken I beleive that there was a bit of controversy regarding this very thing at the very same casino group. I would clarify it with the live support, or do a search on these casinos on the forum to see what you can find about it before risking being labeled a bonus abuser etc etc.

Good Luck.

Perhaps PM the rep on here if support cant answer that for you.
 

KasinoKing

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Hi guys/gals
I signed up at Las Vegas USA (Main Street) a couple months ago and got the sign up bonus and made a nice score. If I sign up at another Main Street casino will I be able to get the sign up bonus or is that only one per group?

Thanks
I think it is OK.

But a much more burning question is:
How on EARTH did you manage to win from one of the WORST welcome bonus deals I have ever seen at an RTG casino?? :eek:
Their terms are truly shocking; WR is (D+B) x40!

And while I was checking that, I spotted these totally bizarre terms:
Special note for customers outside of the US and Canada:
Due to a higher incidence of fraud and bonus abuse, management reserves the right to double the wagering requirements for customers located outside of the US and Canada.
FOR PLAYERS LOCATED OUTSIDE USA AND CANADA THE WAGERING REQUIREMENT ON ALL BONUSES AND PROMOTIONS WILL BE INCREASED TO 100 TIMES IF REAL SERIES VIDEO SLOTS IS INVOLVED.
"Reserves the right too...", not "the wagering IS doubled"...?
So that means you can claim the bonus and start playing at x40, but then they might arbitrarily come along and double your wagering without warning? :confused:

And they increase the WR x2.5 if you play SLOTS... WTF? :eek2:

That's just crazy. I'm taking these jokers off my sites and maybe Bryan should take a look at their accredited status.

KK
 

vinylweatherman

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I think it is OK.

But a much more burning question is:
How on EARTH did you manage to win from one of the WORST welcome bonus deals I have ever seen at an RTG casino?? :eek:
Their terms are truly shocking; WR is (D+B) x40!

And while I was checking that, I spotted these totally bizarre terms:

"Reserves the right too...", not "the wagering IS doubled"...?
So that means you can claim the bonus and start playing at x40, but then they might arbitrarily come along and double your wagering without warning? :confused:

And they increase the WR x2.5 if you play SLOTS... WTF? :eek2:

That's just crazy. I'm taking these jokers off my sites and maybe Bryan should take a look at their accredited status.

KK

Well, standards for accreditation means that terms have to be clear, and also not be unfair.

The IMPORTANT part is very CLEAR.

"FOR PLAYERS LOCATED OUTSIDE USA AND CANADA THE WAGERING REQUIREMENT ON ALL BONUSES AND PROMOTIONS WILL BE INCREASED TO 100 TIMES IF REAL SERIES VIDEO SLOTS IS INVOLVED"

This is the complete OPPOSITE of what we normally think of as "bonus abuse", which involves the TABLE games, notoriously Blackjack and Roulette with big bets.

It is RECREATIONAL PLAYERS that will head to the slots, yet it is THESE players being targeted by this term, which implies that if they DON'T play the slots, they will NOT have their WR arbitrarily increased to 100x. Table game players are NOT targeted, and it seems the "bonus abuser" is free to play out the WR on Blackjack, yet touch a slot - and they will have the book thrown at them.

None of this applies to players from the US and Canada, who somehow seem unable to abuse bonuses by playing slots.

Casinos are also guilty of hiprocacy, as one of the charges being brought by the DoJ against the poker rooms is that they used bank and wire fraud in order to bypass the ban on gambling transactions, miscoded card transactions, and created a web of bogus online retailers in order to launder gambling transactions. As far as the US is concerned, this is FRAUD, and punishable by up to 30 YEARS in jail. There will soon be NO US players able to deposit, and everybody else faces this arbitrary decision to raise WR to 100x.
The wording of the top part implies that this increase to 100x will NOT form part of the terms when players CLAIM the bonus, but will be applied retrospectively by management if they don't like how the player played and won with the bonus.

They are sh*t scared of the real series slots when it comes to "bonus abuse", but not at all worried about the terms they already have in place for the table games.

They could just as easily increase WR to 100x just because a player has taken the welcome bonus at more than one casino in the group.

Maybe they are not enforcing this too often, as I am sure there would have been a flood of complaints by now, yet the main one so far has been their very slow payments, even to eWallets used by non-US players.
 
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