Red Flush Casino

jas2587

Ueber Meister
Joined
Apr 25, 2006
Location
FL
recieved this snail mail
now wouldn't this be considered 2 accounts


Dear Cindy
You have just recieved $500 of our money to try out Red Flush Casino ans play some of our fantastic slots, exciting video poker, black jack an roulette. Our full casino features 350 gaqmes an we add new games on a monthly basis-some of our most recent addtions include Tomb Raidor-Secret of the Sword ans cashpillar-a 100 playline slot machine. We also feature the incredible Microgaming progressive jackpoy Games such as Major Millions and Mega Moolah which recently made a massive payout of $5.5 million on a 50 cent bet! You couldn't ask for a better win

Your account has been pre-registered and credited with $500 free

please insert cd in cd/dvd drive an install casino. When asked "How would you like to play? choose the option "I all ready have a account" and login in with the following details
user name rfverXXXXXXXXr password: XXXXXXXX

once logged in you will be asked to verify your contact details before playing with the $500 free
Here is where it gets confusing


You have absolutely nothing to lose!

Simply install the casino from this Cd, register a real account, login in and follow the on screen instructions to play with your $500
We'll give you an hour to see how much you can make from our wide selection of online casino games, from your favorite table games to new exciting slots and video slots

What happens when the hour is up?

At the end of your hour of play we'll look at your balance! what ever you have won-over the original $500- we'll transfer onto your real account up to a maximum of $200
What if you don't win during the hour?
we're sure you will! but if you don't happen to win during your hour on us we'll find a match bonus suitable to your 1st deposit that will make it worth your while!
the Fine Print
Offer is available to New Real Players only $500 will be credited to a "freeplay account" where you can play for 60 minutes inc. downloaded games time 100 bets must be placed before transfering winnings Minimum $50 purchase must be made before transferring winnings maximum winnings to be transfered $200 winnings must be transfered withen 7 days standard terms an conditions apply



they tell me in the 2nd pharograph to choose no I all ready have a account an in the very last 1 they say New account

isnt this very stupid on their part

Cindy
 

rockycatt

meistercatt
Joined
Oct 26, 2008
Location
Boston
sounds like you got a part of a mailing campain .being a player you were on
thelist.
i bet when you go to load and finish prompt will tell you that your alredy a member my 0.02
 

jas2587

Ueber Meister
Joined
Apr 25, 2006
Location
FL
lol I like the casino I won't be downloading an risking getting locked out got multiple accounts even tho they made the 2nd 1

Thanks

Cindy
 

crazee4win

Dormant account
Joined
Nov 6, 2005
Location
Ohio
I got the same snail mail and I, too, have an account registered with this casino, but I went ahead and used their special account they provided for me and played my hour and won. Problem is that you have to deposit to get your winnings, and since this is my second account (even though they coaxed me into it) I'm afraid to deposit now for fear of being locked out and losing my deposit. :cool:
 

jas2587

Ueber Meister
Joined
Apr 25, 2006
Location
FL
here is where they get ya

Offer is available to New Real Players only $500 will be credited to a "freeplay account" where you can play for 60 minutes inc. downloaded games time 100 bets must be placed before transfering winnings Minimum $50 purchase must be made before transferring winnings maximum winnings to be transfered $200 winnings must be transfered withen 7 days standard terms an conditions apply



an in 7 days also


Cindy
 

EasyRhino

Dormant account
Joined
Sep 17, 2006
Location
San Diego
Interesting... they presupply the account and password?

And they're different than your orignal ones?

... I'm pretty sure Red Flush would frown on two accounts... and I'm pretty sure they'd detect if this was happening. So I don't recommend it without checking.
 

RobWin

closed account
Joined
Apr 24, 2004
Location
A Vault!
Interesting... they presupply the account and password?

And they're different than your orignal ones?

... I'm pretty sure Red Flush would frown on two accounts... and I'm pretty sure they'd detect if this was happening. So I don't recommend it without checking.

Yea maybe so BUT it's their own damn fault for setting up another account for folks without first checking to make sure you might already have one ! :rolleyes:

Hell, they mailed two of these CD's to my address at the same time last week...one in my wifes name and one in my name and I already have an account there but even if I didn't they are just plain and simply asking for trouble by sending one to husband and wife at the same address if in fact you can only have one active account there from one single address..:mad:

This casino seems to me to be just about three or four bricks shy of a full load here...:p
 

slotheadlizard

The Lizard of Oz
Joined
Oct 22, 2008
Location
Buckeye Nation
Red Flush

Yup, I got same cd today. Once I popped it in and installed I already had an account as I suspected. I sent an email and asked I I could still use. No reply yet. I probably won't even attempt to use since I'm not a new player.

I figure it comes preloaded with an account and password because US players couldn't open new accounts. Maybe just a loophole. That's just a guess:confused:
 

thelostdude

Dormant account
Joined
Dec 12, 2008
Location
Montreal
I received one from Royal vegas online today and one from Yukon casino earlier this month. hmmm....:eek2:
This is a waste of paper and CD.
 

RobWin

closed account
Joined
Apr 24, 2004
Location
A Vault!
Fine, just don't come crying to me when they void your winnings. :thumbsup:

EasyRhino, I think you may have missed my point there...I would never open up more than one account per casino and I just took those CD's and threw them in the trash, but the point I was making was that the casino is setting their customers up and themselves too for failure by doing this sort of marketing.

For instance the player that has forgotten that they previously opened an account at this casino earlier in the year and now receives this CD and decides hey, I will try this out and they end up winning and are all so excited now except for when they go and try to cashout just to hear the let down from the casino that they already have an account there and their winnings will now be voided.

That is going to be one pissed off customer who in the long run will announce this on boards like CM which will make this casino look bad for their BS marketing techniques and also for attributing to the players failure !
 

jas2587

Ueber Meister
Joined
Apr 25, 2006
Location
FL
When I download an open a new account an get the welcome email
I open a folder an name it for that casino that way I always know if I have a account for any casino
just a thought


Good Luck


Cindy
 

RobWin

closed account
Joined
Apr 24, 2004
Location
A Vault!
When I download an open a new account an get the welcome email
I open a folder an name it for that casino that way I always know if I have a account for any casino
just a thought


Good Luck


Cindy

Yea, I do the same thing but there are a hell of a lot of peeps that I am sure don't though.
 

classymom

Dormant account
Joined
Aug 2, 2007
Location
Port St lucie Florida
I got the same promotion - what surprises me is my name is on the letter - so they must know I have an account already:what: Jas has the rep responded to you yet?
 

EasyRhino

Dormant account
Joined
Sep 17, 2006
Location
San Diego
EasyRhino, I think you may have missed my point there...I would never open up more than one account per casino and I just took those CD's and threw them in the trash, but the point I was making was that the casino is setting their customers up and themselves too for failure by doing this sort of marketing.
I concur, I worry there will be a lot of drama in the future.

Anyone heard anything back from Red Flush (maybe regular support instead of the rep) about how to handle this situation?
 

jas2587

Ueber Meister
Joined
Apr 25, 2006
Location
FL
Nope no reply so........ guess it is time to send them a email

mine also had my name on it


Cindy
 

miket2112

Newbie member
Joined
Dec 31, 2005
Location
Tampa, Florida, United States
I got a CD in the mail from Red Flush a couple of moths ago. It offered $100 free no deposit. I got on live chat, told them that I was already a customer and the rep said "cool I will credit your account". The $100 was in there within a couple of minutes. He must have pushed the quick drain button as well because it was gone in no time. Still nice of them to honor the offer.
 

jas2587

Ueber Meister
Joined
Apr 25, 2006
Location
FL
Nope no reply so........ guess it is time to send them a email

mine also had my name on it


Cindy

I have pm'ed them emailed them an no reply so........just like they ignore moi
my deposit methods will ignore them:D

Cindy
 

vinylweatherman

You type well loads
Joined
Oct 14, 2004
Location
United Kingdom
Preregistering an account is "rogue behaviour" - it is also ILLEGAL behaviour in many places, including here. It is covered under both the Data Protection acts and the Gambling laws.

1) It is a breach of data protection laws to create an account, be that bank account, credit card, or even casino account in the name of any individual without their PRIOR CONSENT.

2) No-one may be entered as a party to a lottery, draw, (read other gambling "device") without them first giving consent.

This CD seems to breach both rules. The accounts are pre-registered in the names of the recipients, rather than being simply an offer to "Dear householder" as has been the case in the past.

What will get Red Flush, and indeed other casinos, into big trouble is when non-players get these, get scared (account in their name, $500 in it etc.....) and run to the various agencies, such as the Police, Trading Standards, without even having the slightest notion this is all just a big "come on" from one of many online casinos.

IF the reps leap on here and say these are ONLY sent to "players", and not the public at large, then they have stepped into the proverbial without any help at all, since they are more or less admitting to sending the offers to a database populated IN THE MAJORITY by players INELIGIBLE for the offer.

This kind of "dirty tricks" campaign to boost new sign-ups is going to backfire heavily, there are MANY players who simply don't have a damn clue about "multiple machines, IP, shared environments, etc", whose eyes glaze over rather than really understanding, and will simply take the CD offer "as is", and expect CS to be "on the ball" if there are any problems right from the outset. Since the account is marketed as pre-registered, this will make these players believe they have been GIFTED something, and that this is NOT simply an advertisement.

This might then fall foul of advertising rules, as it must be MADE CLEAR when something is merely an "advertisement", and using phrases such as "pre registered", "pre approved", and even "already opened and credited with a free $....." does the opposite. The BANKS have been in trouble for sending out "approved" offers which were simply mass mailings, and were instructed to make it clearer that these were simply illustrations based on general information, and were by no means a personalised offer.

If a good many casinos have decided to use this method of promotion, I hope they are ready for the mess this could create, and the publicity that will be generated, one example of which is this thread.
 

winnie77

On a Break
Joined
Dec 6, 2008
Location
Norway
Red Flush is a big joke to me. I have never got the free spins, but they keep telling me that I have used them..
So it is very easy; I don`t deposit there. When it comes to MG, I play at Ladbrokes, nice support and fast payouts.

In the past I usually play at Unibets MG casino, but after one year they seem to be arrogant: no answer at the Live support or the mail-support..
It seems they was thinking: " don`t care about that customers, they play for many, many thousand Euros anyway..."
 

steinhaug

Senior Member
Joined
Feb 21, 2006
Location
Norway
I get theese all the time, and they are not a Red Flush thing. The strange part is that it seems not many casinos (if any that sends CDs) bother to check if you are already registered, and all you get is that nasty message after that you cannot use the bonus and they are very sorry.

On the other hand, one cant help asking a very important question. Do the casino make more money sending out theese offers to everyone, well knowing many cannot use it. After all - one of us big losers will pay for many CDs by snail mail! Or - is it just that the casino has bad routines, since after all - they take their business very serious!

(oh the sarcasm)

After seing this behaviour many times, and after all - Kim Steinhaug at the adress I live - should ve very easy to wash against a list of excisting accounts. However - they dont! I guess we have plausable denialability!

Kim - Christmas hollidays in spain
 

silcnlayc

Just one more spin pleez!
PABaccred
PABnonaccred
Joined
Sep 20, 2005
Location
Left Hungary
Do the casino make more money sending out theese offers to everyone, well knowing many cannot use it.
I got my CD today. Called Red Flush cs and they said that since I was already registered to please pass it on to a friend that isn't a member since I can't use it...:lolup: I said I sure will...I gave it right to Gahbahhggg...the circular file friend :D


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