PSA: Avoid SpinUp Casino

The Reel Story

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Location
United Kingdom
As you would expect from a Casino with the notorious 1668/JAZ Curacao Egaming license, these guys are rogue as hell. Even inventing/changing T&C's to avoid payouts.

Just confirmation that you should absolutely avoid them if you ever come across them.
 

JohnSnow

Experienced Member
PABnononaccred2
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Mar 12, 2018
Location
Netherlands
Part of the same shithole casino's like ridika. This group has at least 100 casino's operating rogue. They are as rogue as they come, don't bother.
 

TheAverageGuy

~Master of Slack~
mm2
Joined
Jun 27, 2018
Location
canada
These posts are abhorrent!

This blatant discrimination against the Curacao Egaming license has to end!

The 1668/JAZ is not to blame for where it is forced to exist, that was a decision made without consultation, on it's behalf!

In fact, the very "people of authority, accountable to the public trust" that we still look to today to tell us what is right or wrong,
good and bad.. are cut from the very same cloth if not direct descendants of those who are responsible for the current plight of the 1668/JAZ license

Oh yes!

These "decision makers" that some among us would still trust with our own lives... are one and the same as those who created, defined and made concrete the very borders that now imprison c1668/JAZ in it's own home.

They wrote those laws that chain it down, break it's spirit and remove any power it requires to have a chance of protecting itself from abuse,
yet alone those we deem it accountable for.

Oh, but they certainly made sure that there was and still remains near unfettered access to the creature comforts that attract all the "undesirables"
that we see on every corner in curacao, those "people of loose morals"... peddling their wares..

Whoring themselves out and selling their very souls to the first guy.. or even girl with enough cash..

and sure.. it's not just an issue in Curacao, they're everywhere..

hell there's few among us who wouldn't use their services if we thought we could avoid facing consequences..
but it's certainly much more blatant and pervasive in Curacao.. hell you can barely throw a rock down there without hitting one of those lawyer types...

When do we stop accusing the victim of being responsible for the crimes of it's abuser?

If there is disparity between licences.. that is a failure of the system..
Isn't it about time we start focus on being a part of the solution instead of reinforcing the problem?

FOR SHAME!


(and scence.... *bows*)
 
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