Stuppid email from Crazy Vegas

player-72

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I received invitation email from Crazy Vegas casino.A rew months ago i claimed Golden Riviera welcome bonus,now Crazy vegas offered me a special Crazy Vegas welcome bonus .I spoke on Crazy Vegas live chat and they told me that i will not received any welcom e bonus from Crazy Vegas.
Why they are sending special invitation bonuses.Very stuppid joke:
Invitation email:
Hi (my Name)
Crazy Vegas has a specxial invitation for you
Join today and we wiil give you
Play on us 1000 credits & 60 min- no deposit,no risk come see what its about keep the winnings.
Your luck don`t stop there.Get 100% match when you play for real.We double your deposit.
See you soon Crazy Vegas
 

chuchu59

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Is that why you used a double 'p'?:p

If they had addressed you in person in that email invitation and that it was from your registering and playing as a GR customer then the offer should stand. However, if this was a general offer from an affiliate then CR has the right to deny you a bonus. At least they were candid about it and didnt label you a 'bonus abuser' after you had claimed and won.
 

winbig

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I received invitation email from Crazy Vegas casino.A rew months ago i claimed Golden Riviera welcome bonus,now Crazy vegas offered me a special Crazy Vegas welcome bonus .I spoke on Crazy Vegas live chat and they told me that i will not received any welcom e bonus from Crazy Vegas.
Why they are sending special invitation bonuses.Very stuppid joke:
Invitation email:
Hi (my Name)
Crazy Vegas has a specxial invitation for you
Join today and we wiil give you
Play on us 1000 credits & 60 min- no deposit,no risk come see what its about keep the winnings.
Your luck don`t stop there.Get 100% match when you play for real.We double your deposit.
See you soon Crazy Vegas

I have to agree with chuchu on this one.....it definitely looks like it's from an affiliate spammer.

Crazy Vegas has a specxial invitation for you
Join today and we wiil give you

If you copy and pasted this, then it's definitely from a spammer. Notice the misspellings and the "x" in special - which is usually used to try and get around spam filters.
 

Casinomeister

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The email was from:
Vegas Partner Lounge <[email protected]>
Chuchu59 i used double "p" because my english is not perfect,is rather poor.
I would suggest contacting VPL https://www.casinomeister.com/forums/members/ their representative in our forum. Even though the email shows crazy vegas as the sender, it doesn't mean it came from them. Contact VPL and send hime the full email to include header and links so that he can determine what affiliate is sending the spam. They are pretty good about closing down spam accounts.
 

chuchu59

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Since the offer was from VPL itself you should take them to task and forward the email to them demanding an explanation. Bonuses are given at discretion but they cannot make you an offer and then rescind it without telling you why.
 

Casinomeister

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Since the offer was from VPL itself you should take them to task and forward the email to them demanding an explanation. Bonuses are given at discretion but they cannot make you an offer and then rescind it without telling you why.
I wouldn't assume it's from VPL just because the email address is in its header. That's an easy thing to do. :p
 

VPL

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RE: Spam?

Hi there,

I am the Customer Service Representative for Vegas Partner Lounge.

I'd be more than happy to assist you by investigating the matter for you. In order to do this, I'm going to need the following:

A copy of the original mail you received, along with your account details;

Once I have the details I'll look into it and be able to give you an explanation as to what has happened here.

Best regards,

Curt.
 

player-72

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vpl

Spam email was from VPL,received next email from VPL:
Dear Jacek,

Thank you for your support at Vegas Partner Lounge.

Please be advised that unfortunately if you have previously received this
bonus at one of the other casino's within the Vegas Partner Lounge. You will
then not qualify for the bonus again.

We apologize for any confusion caused and trust that you find the above in
order.

The Casino strives to ensure you the best online gambling experience, offering
the best promotions all the time. We also back our services with a 24-hour
toll free helpdesk service. Contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if you
have any queries or suggestions.

Regards,

Nick
The Support Team
The Casino
Vegas Partner Lounge
First they send a special invitation bonuses,next email says "SORRY WE ARE SENDING SPAM EMAILS"
 

vinylweatherman

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United Kingdom
Hi there,

I am the Customer Service Representative for Vegas Partner Lounge.

I'd be more than happy to assist you by investigating the matter for you. In order to do this, I'm going to need the following:

A copy of the original mail you received, along with your account details;

Once I have the details I'll look into it and be able to give you an explanation as to what has happened here.

Best regards,

Curt.

I am NOT impressed. Your company frequently do this to me. I was recently sent a special PERSONAL offer to join Aspinalls. It took quite a bit of searching to find that Aspinals was no longer exempt from the one bonus per group rule.

This kind of thing is contributing HEAVILY to complaints about bonuses, as often the punishment is confiscation of winnings.
Casino management PERSIST IN LETTING their affiliates off lightly, THEY "get a stern talking to", but PLAYERS get "their winnings confiscated".

Where the offer is addressed IN PERSON, for example first & last name of player rather than a general "dear valued player", do not insult our intelligence by blaming affiliates, unless you are also prepared to admit that affiliates have been passed OUR FULL NAMES for the purposes of cross marketing.

Casino Rewards do this, and I took them to task, and they fessed up that it was NOT "an affiliate", but themselves passing out details over to a marketing company so as to get us playing in all their casinos (presumably so they can bonus ban us:rolleyes:).

Normally, "clever" spam will address me as "Mr Vinyl Weatherman" or something similar - fantastic trap, gives them away even before I get as far as the bit about the $2400 SUB:rolleyes:
 

wangpoker

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I also got this email.
It looks very crappy and was already into the junk box by hotmail.
I reported it as a phishing spam to hotmail.
 

sandrocip

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I also got this email.
It looks very crappy and was already into the junk box by hotmail.
I reported it as a phishing spam to hotmail.

I also received a similar email invinting me to open an account at Maple's, and expressely invites me to join their welcome offer (100 freespins at Loaded plus 150% welcome offer), but the header of the email points to vegas partner lounge in fact, and NOT affiliates I'm pretty sure about this as I checked up the ip of at a whois service and results mx1.vegas-partner.com

The customer service responded me the same as player-72 more or less: I won't be allowed to receive the freespins as I have accounts at cinema, casino us, arthurian and maybe elsewhere and I already utilized their welcome offer at those casinos.

Since I am a quite precise person, and I always check my rights and don't want to be a so called "bonus abuser" I did not open the account THEY are inviting me to do, but I still can't understand this policy.

Why are they inviting me somewhere where they are going to confiscate me my hypothetical winnings if they invite me before? Simply nonsense.
 
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