pure vegas

cheetahwind

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Location
Iowa
I found a new RTG today and did a little chatting with pure vegas this afternoon. As of right now there not offering any no deposit options except for the match bonuses that are on there site. Also supposedly they will process wallet withdrawls within 2 to 3 business days form request as long as you made a deposit via that wallet. Otherwise if you deposit by credit card they make you take a check or a wire transfer. Which can take 7 to 10 business days to process.
Also I was informed the bonuses are not cashable so therefore you have to obviously win more than than bonus amount in order to cash out. So that's what I've found out so far. Might give them a try over the weekend and see what happens.
Sounds a bit like rushmore doesn't it? Yet they claim to not be affiliated with any other casino group.
 

eu_lowroller

Non-Gambler
Joined
Oct 25, 2009
Location
Austria
This really looks like as a Rushmore Casino, because of their silly bonus terms:

"Bonus is ONLY valid for deposits made using the following methods: Credit / Gift Card, eWalletXpress and UseMywallet."

Either it's a sister casino from them (although i don't think so, because they're in netherland), or it's now modern, that casinos will no mire accept moneybookers or neteller for bonuses?

here you can see, that they have also different bonus coupons for different deposit options:
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brianzz

Dormant account
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Location
TN
Those T/C's on Pure Vegas are exact clones of Rushmore/Cherry Red with the exception of the WR's which are 20X on R & CR and only 15X on PV. Most likely the same group or just some copy and pasters
 

Webzcas

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This is interesting as I affiliate with Rushmore via C-Planet( Yet currently not promoting their properties until I see a vast improvement in the slow pays becoming fast pays ), yet have just received an email from the affiliate program behind Pure Vegas Casino, with regards getting exposure on my site Online Casino Reviewer.

I would have thought that if they were part of the Rushmore Group that they would be being marketed by C-Planet - the program behind the Rushmore Group of casinos.

Perhaps the bonus structure and requirements is a standard RTG thing which is being pushed out. I'm definately going to do a bit more digging to find out more info. I'll let you know what Pure Vegas come back with.

BTW the affiliate program behind Pure Vegas is purecommission.com. Can't say I had heard of them either, up until receiving the email just now.
 

kavaman

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I believe its a new group of casino(s), the promotions are slightly similar then rushmore, but they are not the same. Hope they do good.
 

Simmo!

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England
Owned by Morenet Ltd. (Tortola, BVI). There is very little online info about Morenet Ltd aside from the fact that it is the name of a web development company in the UK, but it's not clear if there is any affiliation. Pretty sure it's not affiliated to Rushmore group anyway.

Whois info is anonymous, through a UK registrar but a difefrent registrar to the UK company referenced above. Anonymous whois is always a red flag and the domain was only regged in Feb. Although NL Antilles isn't exactly a top jurisdiction, it's quite popular with RTGs and some of the better ones are licenced there so thats no real cause for concern. If the T&C's have been lifted from another casino, obviously that is also a red flag, but it could be they just use the same law firm or something silly like that.

My advice would be proceed with caution until more details are known. You'll be trusting your personal and banking info with someone you don't know. It could be perfectly safe, but there is nothing to inspire confidence that is obvious and as noted, there is only one withdrawal option - cheque.
 

cheetahwind

Senior Member
Joined
Aug 16, 2009
Location
Iowa
Well while thinking about putting $25 into here because I won a bit on inetbet this afternoon. I found out something odd... as of right now there setup to withdraw to UMW but not allowing UMW deposits. Seemed a bit odd doesn't it? You could use there paste and pay, ewalletxpress or use a credit card option but no UMW deposit option. It just seemed a bit off. I got two different answer of them. One said in an e-mail I had to get an invition. Then I went into live chat this evening that said there just not setup for yet, but if I had an UMW account already setup I just have to wait for them to have it setup. I know it's a bit mumbled and all, but just something I thought I'd share.
 

cheetahwind

Senior Member
Joined
Aug 16, 2009
Location
Iowa
So anyways just thought I"d share a bit of experience. Made my first deposit yesterday and the first coupon went in smoothly. I got about 2 hours of play on $90 ($30 deposit plus $60 non cashable bonus), even at betting $.75/spin it lasted me a while. Then I made a second deposit $45 with a $90 match bonus, but the coupon wouldn't take. So I contact support, was acknowledged about 2 minutes later. I asked what was going on with the coupon. She said it should work, took about 3 minutes and had the 2nd 200%match bonus credited. So far I haven't been able to cashout to find out what the story is about the cashout process, but I have submitted my authorization documents to them for my 10% rebate on my first deposits. If and when I do cash out I'll let you folks know how that goes. So far as far as customer service goes and all they seem rather up and up. Even this morning I got a call from them wanting to verify my information to make sure I was the one actually depositing. So hopefully we'll get a rep in here soon to help people out with this place.
 

PureVegasCasino

Dormant account
Joined
Nov 10, 2009
Location
IL
Pure Vegas Casino

Hi cheetahwind

Glad your depositing experience was smooth!

While our casino is new, the CS department providing internal marketing services is well established and very good at what they do.

We are here to provide a safe and fun gaming experience to all US players and hope to become one of the preferred destinations among the numerous casinos available.

Trust and security is of the greatest importance, and we work hard to please our players!

Thanks again,

Pure Vegas Casino
 

cheetahwind

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Location
Iowa
Also on that note they are now setup for UseMyWallet. So now if you wish to deposit using that method they are now setup. Still nothing to report for a cashout yet. Any ideas of when your servers are going to be upgraded?
 

kavaman

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Neteller, Moneybookers, Click2pay, please add some of those. Atleast if you wish to get more europeans aboard.
 

joyceflorida

Banned user - player fraud - multiple forum accoun
Joined
May 16, 2009
Location
florida
I was playing at this casino the other night after making a deposit using paste and pay. i started off doing pretty well playing jackpot pinatas. The bonus rounds were coming up fairly often and i was enjoying myself.

All of a sudden, I get a message on the screen that my session was being terminated from casino administrator. this was the first time this ever happened while i was playing at a casino (and winning). I was so angry that i called their customer service. she told me that she had to verify i was the one who made the deposit. After going over some information, she unlocked the account so I could resume play.

Needless to say, the bankroll started going down and when I switched to their T-Rex game it was horrendous. After considering the entire experience and losing my money, I would not return there and soon after closed account.
 

Nifty29

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Joined
Jun 20, 2001
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Turn right, then right. then right again
I was playing at this casino the other night after making a deposit using paste and pay. i started off doing pretty well playing jackpot pinatas. The bonus rounds were coming up fairly often and i was enjoying myself.

All of a sudden, I get a message on the screen that my session was being terminated from casino administrator. this was the first time this ever happened while i was playing at a casino (and winning). I was so angry that i called their customer service. she told me that she had to verify i was the one who made the deposit. After going over some information, she unlocked the account so I could resume play.

Needless to say, the bankroll started going down and when I switched to their T-Rex game it was horrendous. After considering the entire experience and losing my money, I would not return there and soon after closed account.

Geez Joyce...if you're going to close your account because you lost one deposit you are going to run out of casinos pretty quick.

T-Rex is a high variance slot and it will suck you dry nine times out of ten.
 

chuchu59

gambling addict
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I might have to close my account without even depositing. There is an ecocard depositing option but players are not allowed to claim bonuses with this banking option or other e-wallets like neteller and MB. Strange.
 

winbig

Keep winning this amount.
Joined
Mar 10, 2005
Location
Pennsylvania
Owned by Morenet Ltd. (Tortola, BVI). There is very little online info about Morenet Ltd aside from the fact that it is the name of a web development company in the UK, but it's not clear if there is any affiliation. Pretty sure it's not affiliated to Rushmore group anyway.

Whois info is anonymous, through a UK registrar but a difefrent registrar to the UK company referenced above. Anonymous whois is always a red flag and the domain was only regged in Feb. Although NL Antilles isn't exactly a top jurisdiction, it's quite popular with RTGs and some of the better ones are licenced there so thats no real cause for concern. If the T&C's have been lifted from another casino, obviously that is also a red flag, but it could be they just use the same law firm or something silly like that.

My advice would be proceed with caution until more details are known. You'll be trusting your personal and banking info with someone you don't know. It could be perfectly safe, but there is nothing to inspire confidence that is obvious and as noted, there is only one withdrawal option - cheque.

Guys, Pure Vegas is indeed part of the Rushmore group. I'll bet the farm on it.

Proof is in the pudding -

http://www.casinomeister.com/forums/online-casinos/36188-pure-vegas-tied-rushmore-group.html
 
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