Spam re: "Ca*si*no-World"

bb28

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I'm receiving tons of spam from someplace called bestroyalgaming or Magic Jackpot City, and Golden Palace Poker. Is anyone else seeing any of it? The emails all have a title similar to this. Welcome to our c-as-ino. Special offers! b o nus!
If you click on the link to unsubscribe they either take you to a page of a casino (who knows if it's legit) or a blank page.
The emails also have this in the body of the emails. "A new electronic publication from Ca*si*no-World. Announcement Letters."

It's really annoying and there are probably at least 10 -20 a day.
 

winbig

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I'm receiving tons of spam from someplace called bestroyalgaming or Magic Jackpot City, and Golden Palace Poker. Is anyone else seeing any of it? The emails all have a title similar to this. Welcome to our c-as-ino. Special offers! b o nus!
If you click on the link to unsubscribe they either take you to a page of a casino (who knows if it's legit) or a blank page.
The emails also have this in the body of the emails. "A new electronic publication from Ca*si*no-World. Announcement Letters."

It's really annoying and there are probably at least 10 -20 a day.
If you follow through the links (unsubscribe link leads to a download page :rolleyes:), you'll notice that it leads you to a download for 21Magic. They've turned a blind eye to spammer affiliates since the day they opened, and should be in the rogue pit accordingly. Emails to their support department go unanswered, so they apparently could care less that their reputation (sic) is being tarnished.

Some of the old-timers here will recognize the spammers' layout as being from the same group that has plagued the industry, and various other affiliate programs in the past.

Here's an 8 page thread relating to this group:
http://www.casinomeister.com/forums...ino-vegas-red-spammy-deceptive-affiliate.html
 

bb28

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Thanks for the info Winbig, the thread you pointed me to is interesting reading.
Some of the unsubscribe links lead to blank pages or the other places I mentioned in my post.
I think this is the most spam I've ever seen in my inbox from the same place. Is there anything I can do about it? Basta&*%$ shouldn't get away with it!
 

GaryWatson

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Europe
yep.

started with a platinum play casino download & registration

then snail mail from mansion

followed by daily emails.......

Rachel Price Welcome to our c_asino. Special offers! extra!
Abigail Morris Welcome to our ca si no. Special offers! bbonus!
Alyssa Collins Welcome to our c a s i n o. Special offers! reward!
 

kwblue

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Where's 'Sam David' now???? He was the one saying that the NEW owners of this place were trying to get rid of the spamming stigma they created upon entering the scene.

I think these places are pieces of shit and I wish, at times, that there were regulation to shut them down.

ugh - I hate spam!
 

peteyweestro

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i have also been getting at least 6 or 7 of those emails a day, they always spell casino differently so the anti spam software doesnt notice it says casino as far as i can tell but yea it really sux
 

daywalker

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I'm getting stacks of these daily too, my spam filter is getting them but it's still a pain checking through all the spam to make sure nothing genuine has been caught with all this crap in there.
 

vinylweatherman

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I'm getting stacks of these daily too, my spam filter is getting them but it's still a pain checking through all the spam to make sure nothing genuine has been caught with all this crap in there.
That is the BIG problem, if you let the spam filter do it's job, NO CASINO can contact you with genuine regular player offers, you just don't ever see them. as the mountain of spam increases, there comes a point where you are checking and deleting so fast to get through them that the genuine ones just slip through, thus player does not know of an offer, and the casino loses a deposit it might have got, probably to another casino which has predictable offers that the player knows are there, Email or not.
 

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