Should I dare? Should I not?

Genenco

Dormant account
Joined
Feb 22, 2006
Location
Washington (For now)
So, there I am, checking my email (Man, those penny stock scammers and drug suppliers are going crazy) and there one which says:

"Try Vegas on your desktop with 300!"

Now right then I KNEW they didn't mean $300 bucks. (I was given $100 a couple of times free) but thought I might take a gander at it.

OK, it's "Slots of Vegas" and the bonus is 300% of your deposit (Interesting thing is, I am not sure it's not there) But cannot find limitations about what games don't count to cash out winnings or max cashout..I hate that part..I dislike casinos like that anway.

The thing is, I email back TO THE CASINO SUPPORT (via CC) and the orginal offering party...About 5 mins later, I get 2 emails. Both cite "Permanent Failures" on the intended targets. Not surprised by the first (Spammers) but the response by the latter is odd...

A message (from <[email protected]>) was received at 23 Feb 2006 23:37:29
+0000.

The following addresses had delivery problems:

<[email protected]>
Permanent Failure:
553_sorry,_that_domain_isn't_in_my_list_of_allowed_rcpthosts_(#5.7.1)
Delivery last attempted at Thu, 23 Feb 2006 23:37:33 -0000

Huh???

So, what say you kind folks? Would you dare spend anything there??
 

sdaddy

Dormant Account
Joined
Feb 18, 2005
Location
Arizona
I see they are RTG, but I don't know who they are affiliated with.

The fact their site doesn't have an "about us" page is a little concerning. Non-functioning email support doesn't help either.
 

Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
Joined
Oct 15, 2004
Location
Toronto, Ontario - Canada
It'll come to me....Slots of Vegas is another name for one of the shadier RTG's...methinks it could be Prism, but don't quote me on that.
 

Genenco

Dormant account
Joined
Feb 22, 2006
Location
Washington (For now)
Pinababy69 said:
It'll come to me....Slots of Vegas is another name for one of the shadier RTG's...methinks it could be Prism, but don't quote me on that.


I did see a thing on the email which said "If you are already with a casino with the prism group, DO NOT download this casino!"

I think that answers my question..Kerrrrplunk!!!!!!!!!!!

(While checking for that claim of Prism, I found this in the "Payout regs and rules)

Remember: Checks are sent only twice a month, so payout may take up to 15 days or more. Fees are deducted from the approved payment.

Oh BULL!! I'm not about to take it up the (you know what) with a casino that acts like that!!

Man, talk about..Questionable!!
 
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Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
Joined
Oct 15, 2004
Location
Toronto, Ontario - Canada
Yep, file that one under G for garbage. I just went and double-checked, it is Prism, or one of their shells.
 

suzecat

Dormant account
Joined
Sep 18, 2004
Location
California
Pinababy69 said:
It'll come to me....Slots of Vegas is another name for one of the shadier RTG's...methinks it could be Prism, but don't quote me on that.


Quote away Pinababy! Slots of Vegas IS a portal of the Prism Group (when you click on download at SOV it warns you of that and says you can't have accounts at both casinos).


Genenco: if you have some excess cash to burn, Slots of Vegas would be the place to do it. :D
 

Genenco

Dormant account
Joined
Feb 22, 2006
Location
Washington (For now)
suzecat said:
Quote away Pinababy! Slots of Vegas IS a portal of the Prism Group (when you click on download at SOV it warns you of that and says you can't have accounts at both casinos).


Genenco: if you have some excess cash to burn, Slots of Vegas would be the place to do it. :D



Ummm..You meant "Throw away" right?? :)
 

Aleksandr Lis

Webmaster
webmeister
Joined
Sep 25, 2004
Location
Ukraine
problems with e-mail support... live chat is not working... affiliate manages have never been seen on gpwa or cap. I wouldn't risk with this casino.
 
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