Top Tip - check your old casino accounts!

KasinoKing

WebMeister & Slotaholic..
webmeister
PABnonaccred
CAG
MM
Joined
Aug 25, 2004
Location
Bexhill on sea, England
The other day I was seeing what old casinos that I don't use any more I could delete from my hard-drive.

I always log in first just to check I haven't got anything left...
I found I had 50 in PlayBoy that had been sitting there a whole year! :oops:

A few months earlier I discovered 32 in a 'flash' casino that had been there for over 3-years! :eek:

So check your old accounts people, and see if there's any pennies down the back of your sofa! :D
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The Watchdog

Dormant account
Joined
May 5, 2006
Location
Costa Rica
This happens alot

When you are a frequent customer and all of a sudden you stop playing.. If the operation runs a decent Customer Care department they will motivate you with some loyalty bonuses.

Most of the times they will notify you by email... but gambling sites have problems with aol, msn, comcast, etc. delivering emails.

So if you were a customer for a long time at a casino and you just stop playing... Check it out.. you might have a bonus waiting in your account.
 

Mousey

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Sep 12, 2004
Location
Up$hitCreek
The only problem with this is, when I quit playing at a particular casino, I uninstall it. (See MG, if your software wasn't so damn bloated I would have more casinos on my hard drive!) Checking old accounts would require redownloading and re-installing -- only to be uninstalled again. I did find $20 in loyalty points at Jackpots in a Flash. I still play there on the rare occasion and was checking my accounts to see if I could scratch up something to play on. I think I played 2 afternoons (at 20 - 40 cents a spin) and enjoyed it, but never managed to get my balance up to an amount worth cashing out. (loyalty points don't have WR attached there.)

I suppose that would be a way to kill a boring Sunday afternoon -- downloading and checking old accounts... Wait... if the casino had a flash version, could we simply check that?
 

ballysdb

Dormant account
Joined
Apr 28, 2006
Location
Long Island NY
Great thread! I always find money in my older accounts. For some reason Collesseum Casino puts $15-$50 in my account every 3 months or so even if I haven't played there for 6 months or so. I was a big player there years ago. I have a new computer and I downloaded some casinos I hadn't played at in years . I found $27 in Grand Hotel Casino. So I would say, take a look you never know if you have some cash lying around!
 

Macgyver

Dormant account
PABnononaccred
Joined
Feb 3, 2004
Location
North Carolina
The only problem with this is, when I quit playing at a particular casino, I uninstall it. (See MG, if your software wasn't so damn bloated I would have more casinos on my hard drive!) Checking old accounts would require redownloading and re-installing -- only to be uninstalled again.

I suppose that would be a way to kill a boring Sunday afternoon -- downloading and checking old accounts...

Exactly what I thought when I saw the title of this thread ... I only keep 3-4 constantly-played casinos on my desktop. And I've played 190 different casinos to date!! :eek2: :eek:

For me, it would be a way to kill a boring weekend, much less a Sunday afternoon, checking all my old accounts. :thumbsup:
 

Swede

Hell is only a word
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PABnonaccred
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May 1, 2006
Location
Anaon
Thanks m8!

Awesome! Found $13 and change in an ooooold account and started playing $1/spin 3-reel. Managed to get it up to $87, cashed out and thought nothing more of it. 90 mins later it showed up in my neteller account, who would've thunk?!?!?

Kudos to OP whom I owe a beer!!!
 

satori

Dormant account
Joined
Dec 25, 2004
Location
No forwarding address
I uninstall too. Most microgaming casinos have a flash version, so that's a quick way to check. The quickest way would probably be to call customer support .... oh, hmmm... at some of them, perhaps not! LOL
 

venetian

Full Member
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Nov 6, 2003
Location
Oklahoma
Great idea KK! I'm going to do that tonight. Checking the flash version is a good idea, the other way would take forever. Thanks :thumbsup:
 

GrandMaster

Dormant account
Joined
Jan 21, 2004
Location
UK
I keep records of how much money I have in each casino. The only time I found unexpected money in my account was when Gala Casino converted my comp points to real money. Unlike other Boss Media casino, it had no comp program tab in the casino, the casino just converted the accumulated comp points at certain times.
 
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