slotastic snail mail spam

pinkfloyd

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slotastic casino , i would like to know where you bought my mailing address from .
i have never signed with you , i dont have a casino account with you , under accredited casinos your not part of any group so why would i receive cds in the mail with my full name attached offering me 25 no deposit and 150 % ?

any thoughts rep ?
 

LHofsdal

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Hey Pinkfloyd,

Are you a member of Jackpot Capitol? They are part of this group now. Have been for a while now. Also LuckyClub, and Grande Vegas are a part of this group.

Hope this helps.

All the best,
LH
 

pinkfloyd

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Hey Pinkfloyd,

Are you a member of Jackpot Capitol? They are part of this group now. Have been for a while now. Also LuckyClub, and Grande Vegas are a part of this group.

Hope this helps.

All the best,
LH

cheers for the reply

Jackpot Capitol definitely no Grande Vegas no , im not sure about luckyclub ? i cant see what grouping they have under accredited , tho i do need glasses these days , possibly binoculars lol

this cd arrived in the same month i started getting spam email from
@parafat.org with my name from kevin miller , emperor mailer and casino advisor so someones been busy selling info
 

colly

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Kevin Miller appears to be an affiiate or marketer for a few RTG's- fairly intensive emailer for winpalace group so may be doing a push for other RTG's based on whether you have a sign up at any of the existing RTG's in his stable.

Cheers
colly
 

vinylweatherman

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Kevin Miller appears to be an affiiate or marketer for a few RTG's- fairly intensive emailer for winpalace group so may be doing a push for other RTG's based on whether you have a sign up at any of the existing RTG's in his stable.

Cheers
colly

Nevertheless, SOMEONE sold his details ON to this "Kevin Miller". How can casinos expect us to trust them with our personal details when these clandestine deals, untraceable of course, are going on all the time.

It's NOT down to signing up to some internet newsletter, since you CANNOT get a POSTAL address from an EMAIL address.

Somebody who had his POSTAL address sold it on for "marketing", probably to a broker, from whom "Kevin Miller" and others bought it.

the fact that this all started at the same time suggests both his email and postal address "went on the open market", where several people bought it, two of whom have now begun to use it - one for email, one for snail mail.
 

colly

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Agree VWM=

the point I was making is that it is possble someone from any of the rtg's in his list could have sold or given him the information especially as there are some questionable RTGs in his group. Winpalace has had a few "issues" with giving player private details to affiliates for marketing in the past.

A good marketer (not in the moral sense of good) could also make use of many available databases that would have a name and postal address as well- not necessarily a list from a casino- eg if you sign up at a some msn sites or enter competions or similar they will have your address as well as interests- some of this information is gathered for marketing purposes so that is also anther potential source

Not saying its right but it isn't necessarily a casino thats onsold info

Cheers
 

GGW Laurie

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Im about sick of this "Kevin Miller" emailing me, he sends out emails from every Tom , Dick and Harry casino out there, not just a few good ones but also alot of shady ones as well. I think he has bought a list from someone, I have heard each email addy can be bought for as much as 6.00 each or more:eek:.

Im sure Slotastic or JPC would not allow such spam from this dude , they have way too much class imo.


Laurie
 

pinkfloyd

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thanks for the reply's peoples
i had only ever received snail mail from fortune lounge whom ive been a member for a quite a few years

as i said the timing of the snail mail coupled with spam from kevin miller (may his testicles get caught in a blender ) in my name smells like data selling

promos @gmail.com now hes using gmail ? lmao
@parafat.org
these emails go from captain cooks , beta testing , phoecian casino , classic mailer , kevin vegas
combined with spam from @myonlinecasinotips.org



but my main issue is slotastic , where the hell did they buy my name from as im not part of any of their groups , unless the $25 coupon code down the bottom is unique to some affiliate , tho underneath it states issued by slotastic

ive only been a member of 6 casino sites , 5 of them are still accredited , one not here any more went bankrupt i think ( they used to have weekly prizes , caption contests and stuff buzz i think )
 

ksech

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Just received an invite to Grand Prive (and all the sister casinos) in snail mail. They make such nice frisbees for the dogs :D
 

vinylweatherman

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thanks for the reply's peoples
i had only ever received snail mail from fortune lounge whom ive been a member for a quite a few years

as i said the timing of the snail mail coupled with spam from kevin miller (may his testicles get caught in a blender ) in my name smells like data selling

promos @gmail.com now hes using gmail ? lmao
@parafat.org
these emails go from captain cooks , beta testing , phoecian casino , classic mailer , kevin vegas
combined with spam from @myonlinecasinotips.org



but my main issue is slotastic , where the hell did they buy my name from as im not part of any of their groups , unless the $25 coupon code down the bottom is unique to some affiliate , tho underneath it states issued by slotastic

ive only been a member of 6 casino sites , 5 of them are still accredited , one not here any more went bankrupt i think ( they used to have weekly prizes , caption contests and stuff buzz i think )

I am a member of Slotastic, and that screenshot is a GENUINE Slotastic snail mailer. In my case, they DO have permission to send them, but clearly in your case they do NOT, so the contractor/department Slotastic employ for this are not just sending these out to members, but are SPAMMING for prospective members, and they CANNOT have got the details from Slotastic. SOMEONE has sold on your information, and the contractor used by Slotastic has BOUGHT it, and is now using it to send you these mailers.
They have not just bought your email address either, someone has sold on your PERSONAL DETAILS (name, address, email, at the very least, as well as something about your interest in online casinos).
 

ksech

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I had one last year, and I don't even HAVE a dog, so what are Grand Prive up to:what:

Maybe they thought you needed new drink coasters? :D
I'm not even able to play at this casino group being from the US, but even if I was, from past problems with this group there is no way I'd even attempt a membership there.
 

pinkfloyd

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Just received an invite to Grand Prive (and all the sister casinos) in snail mail. They make such nice frisbees for the dogs :D



lol think im gonna buy one of those clay pigeon sets for mine




@vinyl do you think its worthwhile starting another thread for kevin miller and crrewards spam and see if we can find a common link in casinos ? might be lucky and find someone who has 1 or 2 casinos only who gets spam from that arsehat
 
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