Slots Plus casino -- any info?

Mousey

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Just received the following in emails from both Kiwi and Fast Win:

Hi xxxx,

We've found the perfect place for you continue playing all your favorite casino games online!
.....

FastWin Casino's reputation for honesty, integrity and security means that we would not just reccommend any old online casino, which is why we feel confident in sending you to Slots Plus Casino.

.......

We'll really miss you at FastWin Casino but we also feel confident that you will enjoy playing at Slots Plus and that they will make you feel like a VIP right away.


Kiwi and Fast Win are Playtechs that have shut out all US players. So.... what's up with this Slots Plus?
:what:
 

dominique

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Slots plus used to be Playtech and switched to RTG.

It's part of the Mainstreet group and I never had any dealings with them.
 

Cynthia777

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When Slots Plus was using Playtech software, I had a very positive experience with them. They processed a cashout for me within 48 hours (24 of those hours included a weekend day). The customer service was also excellent and very prompt. I have been told (by their live chat), that although they switched to RTG, their payout schedule is still just as prompt as it was when they were using RTG.
 

Mousey

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Thank you both for the info -- the casino name didn't ring a bell for me at all.

But, I wonder what the connection is between SlotsPlus (MainStreet group) and Kiwi/Fast Win?
 

Addisyn

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Slots Plus is also part of the group that includes Sun Palace and Vegas Casino Online. They are all RTGs now. I played at all of them yesterday. The RTGs have cooled off for me. No other way to explain it. I am taking a timeout from them right now.
 

Cynthia777

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Thank you both for the info -- the casino name didn't ring a bell for me at all.

But, I wonder what the connection is between SlotsPlus (MainStreet group) and Kiwi/Fast Win?

SlotsPlus used to be simply known as Slots.com (always in the MainStreet group, though). Not sure about the connection, but all three casinos are in the Casinomeister's Accredited List (perhaps all the "reputables" flock together??) Maybe Bryan knows...
 

vinylweatherman

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Business

Far more likely is that Kiwi and Fastwin have struck a business deal with Mainstreet to offset the costs of losing the US players. Kiwi and Fastwin also feel it would not hurt their reputation, as they have recommended one of the good former Playtech casinos that has moved over to RTG in order to continue to take US players.
There is a separate thread on the Mainstreet move, and although there have been problems, many posters are reassuring me that all will be well shortly. If they get back to their normal standards, they were good. Unlike many Playtech casinos, they had cashable bonuses. The consequences of playing "banned" games was normally a hike in the WR on allowed games rather than a confiscation. Withdrawals were staged, with the original deposit coming back within a day or two, with the winnings (if any) being subject to the audit and 4/5 day wait. (Often, it was more like 3/4 days).
 

dominique

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Far more likely is that Kiwi and Fastwin have struck a business deal with Mainstreet to offset the costs of losing the US players.

Hmmm, that would be in breach of contract with affiliates unless tracked properly.
 

vinylweatherman

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Possibly not.

Hmmm, that would be in breach of contract with affiliates unless tracked properly.


Possibly not, but might be considered close. If they have simply recommended the casino to it's own ex US players it should not be in breach, but if they had offered to transfer accounts without the affiliate tracking it would.

Offering to transfer might have been the best deal for affiliates, as at present they have been cut off by the closure of the US accounts, and players are unlikely to go back to the affiliate they originally joined with in order to see if they can join up with SlotsPlus - more likely they will click through from the Fastwin/Kiwi mailer. If Fastwin and Kiwi have struck a deal for payment for such click through, I'll bet a few affiliates of the former will be less than pleased!
 
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