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spin palace ..is this a shady way to get people to join

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by sattty, Jul 15, 2013.

    Jul 15, 2013
  1. sattty

    sattty Senior Member

    Occupation:
    im disabled so cant work now..but used to be in th
    Location:
    wakefield
    I got an email from them today ..offering a no deposit required 50 free spins on gold factory for joining casino ..

    so I thought may as well give it a go..you never know what may happen..wishful thinking I know..but strange things happen

    well something strange did happen..i signed up went to gold factory slot but there was no free spins..

    I contacted support who said there was no such offer..so I sent them the email I got..then they said I must deposit to get the free spins..

    all seems rather shady to me..
     
  2. Jul 15, 2013
  3. incrediblestuff

    incrediblestuff SearchingForTheHolyGrail! CAG webmeister

    Occupation:
    Currently: Self employed, Previously: Manager
    Location:
    Mostly the Netherlands
    Hi Satty,

    Why in the good lord's name would you deviate from your favorite casino? :eek:
    J/k of course, but this sounds to me rather like your typical false advertising from an affiliate:

    Can you post the email in it's entirety, and maybe first check if there were some terms and conditions posted inside that would clarify things?
    It definitely happens that Casino's themselves throw out misleading mails, but iirc Spin Palace is accredited here and should be on top of it soon if it was indeed an affiliate.

    So either you didn't read the T&C's, or were mislead by either an affiliate or the Casino itself.
    If you post the email i'm sure we can ascertain what was the case.
     
  4. Jul 15, 2013
  5. sattty

    sattty Senior Member

    Occupation:
    im disabled so cant work now..but used to be in th
    Location:
    wakefield
    only deviated from my fav casino cos it was a freebie ..never say no to freebies could be a pathway to untold riches lol :rolleyes:


    actually your right I have just had another look at email it is an affiliate one..very misleading header that says spin palace no deposit required bonus...

    so my apologies to spin palace ...perhaps they can have a look at how there affiliate operate..the email was designed to look like it had come from spin palace..which im pretty sure an acred casino would not approve of...

    so my humblest apologies to spin palace :notworthy
     
  6. Jul 15, 2013
  7. incrediblestuff

    incrediblestuff SearchingForTheHolyGrail! CAG webmeister

    Occupation:
    Currently: Self employed, Previously: Manager
    Location:
    Mostly the Netherlands
    I hear ya, and no need for apologies, since this is purely an attempt to lead you to deposit, from a scrupulous affiliate and i and many other affiliates do not condone this. Apparently it is still working, because after all these years and possibly 1000's of complaints/posts about the nature/senders of such emails, they are still going around by the dozens: might wanna forward the email to their management to see if they will punish this particular affiliate..

    I hope they do..
     
  8. Jul 16, 2013
  9. Simmo!

    Simmo! Moderator Staff Member

    Occupation:
    Web Dev.
    Location:
    England
    I doubt they care to be honest. They don't generally have a good reputation among affiliates anymore so they now attract affiliates who are less informed and less scrupulous.
     
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