Top Secret (Not!)

jetset

RIP Brian
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Here's an "interesting" casino to watch out for. My original request - with my name - was for basic information such as e-cash and gambling software suppliers which I regard as a player's right to know.

This was their response - and my email in return.

----- Original Message -----
From:
To: xxxxxx
Sent: Monday, April 23, 2001 3:13 PM
Subject: www.top-lasvegas.com


<, You are not registered in our data base and we don't who you are.
<, We don't give those informations without knowing :
<, Who is writing and why.
<, I hope you understand.
<, thank you.

RESPONSE

This is a classic! What are you trying to hide?

Hundreds of online casinos are totally honest and upfront with their
prospective clientele regarding this type of information, and as an
experienced online gambler I can assure you that the identity of your
gambling software supplier and that of the company handling your e-cash is
fundamental information which should be upfront on your site or at the very
least disclosed upon request as I have done.

Do you know nothing at all about the industry you're in?

Most gamblers would stay well clear of a casino as secretive as you appear
to be. Of course I am not registered in your database - I would never dream
of giving my particulars to a casino which withheld relevant information
such as this.

I don't think much of your prospects if this is your attitude toward a
potential client.
 
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