Run of a lifetime

bm82

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So... yesterday I had the run of a lifetime at slotzo (Aspire Global) I turned a €4k deposit into €450k :) Unbelievable I know:)

What's even harder to believe... the casino told me they will pay out €7k per month(!) so it will take them 5.5 year to pay me out haha.

The casino already stated that this is the max. then can do. Any advice on what I can do, or useful people to speak to?

Thanks in advance.
 
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sueyh

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Congratulation!
If the casino has a rep here, he might be able to help-more likely increasing monthly amount, not paying all at once though. Apart from that I'm not sure who you can talk to.
Did you try to talk to top level manager at the casino?

If the casino clearly stated on their website about max monthly payment, there are not many people who could help you, I think.
The biggest reason why casinos have monthly limit for payment is the cash flow, though 7k seems quite small for max payment per month.

Hopefully other members can help you more.
The wisest thing to do will be to open an account at different casino, and play there whenever you want gamble, making sure you don't spin at all at slotzo until you get paid in full.
 

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To be honest, I am surprised that an apparent high-roller does not check the terms or speaks to some VIP host at a casino to agree on this kind of things. They can now always point to their TC's and there is little you can do other than waiting for the payout for the next 5.5 years.

You have to play at casinos like Rizk who do not have withdrawal limits. Read the terms first, is the most important advice.
 
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bm82

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Thanks guys. Thing is that I like to try new casinos every once in a while and I wasn't really planning on winning such an amount. You won't hear me complain though.
 

Harry_BKK

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Thanks guys. Thing is that I like to try new casinos every once in a while and I wasn't really planning on winning such an amount. You won't hear me complain though.

Nothing speaks against trying a new gaming hangout, after all new ones come out left and right every week. But reading the terms is an absolute must as they can contain some nasty surprises.
 

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Well done! OK, assuming there was no bonus terms applied here and it was all cash, you have only the verification of such a large win to be completed and then the question of pay out schedule.

Alas you're not in the UK as the UKGC have recently acted upon these silly low monthly withdrawal limits so you'll have to hope that they can be flexible. In the meantime, you're going to have the temptation of a huge amount of cash sitting there for years. That is where I envisage issues occurring. It would tempt a saint.

As far as I know Aspire are OK but I have the feeling that for an amount this large there are many casinos that would search for ANY possible reason not to pay, so check you're squeaky-clean!

I hope it all turns out OK!
 

sapit222

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Seems to be a new casino so i couldnt find much information on it.

slotzo is part of Fortuna Gaming.
Jumpman Gaming Limited platform?

There is also a casino called: slots zoo but its rogue/blacklisted.

Congrats on the winnings! :thumbsup:
 

Harry_BKK

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Seems to be a new casino so i couldnt find much information on it.

slotzo is part of Fortuna Gaming.
Jumpman Gaming Limited platform?

There is also a casino called: slots zoo but its rogue/blacklisted.

Congrats on the winnings! :thumbsup:


Aspire Global White Label with an office in Newcastle.

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i don't trust any of this white labels, mostly underfunded, low withdrawal limits, tons of shitty terms etc. BUT always very good at taking your money. :rolleyes:



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PatrickNess

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I'd be surprised if they let you go away with more than 20-30k. Congrats though.

They'll probably close under a year (or later if you play your winnings...), they'll cancel what you don't play back and offer you thousand "bonuses". With the cheerful applause of MGA and all other actors of this mafia industry.
 

Spikie

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According to the companies house data , last filed accounts in 2017 show turnover of £289000 and net profit of 30000 after tax .

So your win is 1.5 times bigger than the entire last year turnover..

I’d be asking for a personal guarantee from the director on those figures, be careful they don’t try to close the company or do a Phoenix before you get paid.

Might even be worth seeing a lawyer to find the best way of securing payment before anyone tries anything shady .


Even 7k a month payment looks like it will clear them out ...
 

SpinUk

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According to the companies house data , last filed accounts in 2017 show turnover of £289000 and net profit of 30000 after tax .

So your win is 1.5 times bigger than the entire last year turnover..

I’d be asking for a personal guarantee from the director on those figures, be careful they don’t try to close the company or do a Phoenix before you get paid.

Might even be worth seeing a lawyer to find the best way of securing payment before anyone tries anything shady .


Even 7k a month payment looks like it will clear them out ...

There is no way on earth he will get a directors guarantee for the win. Why would the jepordise their own personal financial security if they don’t have to. Looking at the company figures I would be very worried now if I was the OP.
 
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There is no way on earth he will get a directors guarantee for the win. Why would the jepourdise their own personal financial security if they don’t have to. Looking at the company figures I would be very worried now if I was the OP.
Alas, I'm tempted to agree. It would be appear cheaper to make it insolvent than pay, or have that liability around their necks for years. I hope I am totally wrong. But it happens. Fantasino allegedly had a big winner earlier this year and haven't been able to pay affiliates since, unless that's changed recently.
 

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Id be very interested to know the capital requirements when opening up a contractual agreement to offer games with the likes of MG and Netent. Someone here will know.Ballpark figure that is.

Remeber the post where the guy won over £1m on Reactoonz. He got paid AFAIK. I find it hard to beleive the likes of Microgaming would deal with a company with only a couple of hundred grand in the bank.
 
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