You have been scammed, that is indeed true. They only opened a few weeks ago and are very good at covering their tracks. No licence is obvious.
Do you have a company name on your card/e-wallet statement that took the payment?
Are you on GAMSTOP to look for this kind of casino sites? You might just be lucky for your bank to do a chargeback.
You can also read another active thread with similar complaints: Is Leomonaco casino real?
People, look at this fine SEO trick that affiliates promoting these shysters are using. Google likes to see this kind of pros/cons and FAQ sections.
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And surprise, surpise. LeoMonaco is also promoted by the same affiliate.
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Yeah, agree Google likes pros/cons listed on webpages, but here is an absolute genius trick by creating an article on Information about GAMSTOP and showing the video by BBC where somebody explains on what he has done to bypass GAMSTOP, plus all information on the site is a masterpiece (from an SEO point of view).
Good SEO practice is also placing notes like ones below. Their site has tons of them and all seem like they are some kind of comics:
And this tells: hey gambler, do not search for GamCare but use the correct query instead; "non-Gamstop casinos", this will bring you back to our site...
Another bit of good SEO practice is linking to sites with high authority.
These guys do it too and do it in every paragraph.
I guess, there is one very familiar site to you too...
I won't share a link here to the rouge site promoting 30 GAMSTOP Casinos.
(you already know how to find it).
P.S Wish them to burn in hell!