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rockycatt

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any one play here yet lincolncasino.eu/banking/34-payouts
 
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vinylweatherman

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Wager Gaming Technology (formerly Vegas Technology) accommodates players with a library of games that hold the attention for new and seasoned players alike. The state-of-the-art graphics are developed focusing on the finest details opening up a world of online entertainment unparalleled.

The casino bears the Certified Fair Gambling seal and is your assurance of honest game play. Information obtained from the customer is not sold or traded protecting your sensitive data. Lincoln Casino is licensed in Netherlands Antilles.


Really, yet like Liberty Slots, they don't have a seal on the site. Somehow, affiliates are being fed the line that they are Licensed by the Netherlands Antilles.
 

sfcat

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So legit?

Wager Gaming Technology (formerly Vegas Technology) accommodates players with a library of games that hold the attention for new and seasoned players alike. The state-of-the-art graphics are developed focusing on the finest details opening up a world of online entertainment unparalleled.

The casino bears the Certified Fair Gambling seal and is your assurance of honest game play. Information obtained from the customer is not sold or traded protecting your sensitive data. Lincoln Casino is licensed in Netherlands Antilles.


Really, yet like Liberty Slots, they don't have a seal on the site. Somehow, affiliates are being fed the line that they are Licensed by the Netherlands Antilles.

So are Liberty & Lincoln both legit to play? They sent me an offer, but I don't want to get sucked into a mess like slotmadness. I checked the rogue and accredited lists, but didn't find it.
Does anyone know the company behind them?

I wish there was a list of Unknowns in the site or in the C20 app.
 

hoff1985

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No seal, but my experience was ok!... I used to play liberty slots before i changed to miami club. Had 7-8 cashouts, all paid in 24-36 hours.
 

Nate

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So are Liberty & Lincoln both legit to play? They sent me an offer, but I don't want to get sucked into a mess like slotmadness. I checked the rogue and accredited lists, but didn't find it.
Does anyone know the company behind them?

I wish there was a list of Unknowns in the site or in the C20 app.

Liberty Slots are NOT Recommended last time i checked. The reason for this was that they refused to declare the origins of their gaming licence.

I would proceed with caution - Maybe one of the other members can confirm this.

Nate
 

rena35

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I play there myself and i have deposited there.I dont think their recommended either so what ever you decide,it would be good to proceed with caution.GL:)
 

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Just a thought . . .

Liberty Slots are NOT Recommended last time i checked. The reason for this was that they refused to declare the origins of their gaming licence.

I would proceed with caution - Maybe one of the other members can confirm this.

Nate


Could it possibly be that they are owned or operated by some of the same folks that ran the English Harbour Group? After all, the software platform was their "baby." Their hasty departure seemed so peculiar. If I had a successful business such as the EH Group and for whatever reason due to pressures brought on by catering to the US Market I may reincarnate about a year or so later under very mysterious licensing as well.

This is of course-PURE SPECULATIONon my part. Personally, I have not had a truly good run of luck after at least a dozen tries at Liberty Slots. I also tried Lincoln once and lost my $45 fairly quickly but that means nothing. Many others on the site have done well there and claim payments have been for the most part hassle free.
 

vinylweatherman

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Payments are suspiciously hassle free, and it is highly unusual even in the US market to not have a license at all. They CANNOT have a license at one of the known jurisdictions as all require their seals and links to be displayed. It seems that affiliates all list their license as "Netherlands Antilles", so someone has been feeding them this information.

One reason for such secrecy could be that the operation is being run from within the USA itself, which would make things far more risky for anyone involved. Most casinos accepting US players have NOTHING of their operation on US soil other than some well hidden bank accounts, which are eventually found by the DoJ and shut down.

US players may feel the risk is worth it because they have a high risk of their money vanishing anyway, even from accredited casinos, down to the DoJ's constant attempts to intercept and confiscate the payments.

Non US players have no need to take the risk, so should avoid both of these casinos until they have a proper license.
 

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Could it possibly be that they are owned or operated by some of the same folks that ran the English Harbour Group? After all, the software platform was their "baby." Their hasty departure seemed so peculiar. If I had a successful business such as the EH Group and for whatever reason due to pressures brought on by catering to the US Market I may reincarnate about a year or so later under very mysterious licensing as well.

This is of course-PURE SPECULATIONon my part. Personally, I have not had a truly good run of luck after at least a dozen tries at Liberty Slots. I also tried Lincoln once and lost my $45 fairly quickly but that means nothing. Many others on the site have done well there and claim payments have been for the most part hassle free.

just my two cents, as it has been on my mind for a long while. I think they are just one in the same, as I had two withdrawals a few months apart [one from liberty and one from Online Vegas (the vegas tech one)] last year, and they both were replying in emails under same name from Cashier, Desiree. I just think its a little funny and might have been a mistake on their part ;) or they both have someone on their payments support team with the same name..
 

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Really

Liberty Slots are NOT Recommended last time i checked. The reason for this was that they refused to declare the origins of their gaming licence.

I would proceed with caution - Maybe one of the other members can confirm this.

Nate

Nope, I checked all the lists with text search, incase I had missed it when reading it, before I posted. Just checked again, incase it had changed. Neither is on the Not Recommended list.

Anyone else had good or bad experience? It's a nice, but not stellar offer...

I try to be very cautious, but there are so few options for the US players!

Cat
 

rockycatt

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if I remember correctly they were put up in open forum here for a vote to acredate so im thinking that some little birdie knows that there not a true bad bet :)
 

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Actually, they are both listed in the Reservations section here:
https://www.casinomeister.com/grey-zone-casinos/

I've just added them to the C2o database (for those of you using this), so you can use this tool to ascertain their CM status :D

I actually have been testing the tool, though before you added it obviously.
I like the tool a lot, but would love to see whether or not they do US, or maybe something for everyone on countries welcome... some sites are darn difficult to find out! And maybe they say US or USA or America or United States.... time consuming.
But it's a permanent part of my dashboard
 
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