What's next? when using an ADR.

6HellsBells6

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Is there anybody that can tell me, what I can make happen after submitting a complaint against a Casino through their own ADR and referred to their own ADR from the MGA because it is an Contractual dispute.

Dealing with this for the last for the last 5 months, The Casino in question is not replying to the ADR and it has been a further 5 weeks since the ADR has asked for a response. And still no reply from the Casino.

If nothing can be resolved from the ADR, Do I find a lawyer to take my case? Make a European small claims court?, yet my dispute is greater than 5k euro, and/or wait until the ADR becomes a dead end or waste off time?

Thanks in advance
 
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Have you tried our ADR service? If their appointed ADR is not getting a response, you should be free to do as you choose. Just notify them to let them know.

Which casino is not responding? We have had the same issue, but this is the norm to many of the casinos that have their legal base in the Caribbean, not Maltese.

The incentive for casinos to remain responsive here with us is that we make public announcements when they are not handling the complaints in a good way. That is our leverage.

Casinomeister

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Have you tried our ADR service? If their appointed ADR is not getting a response, you should be free to do as you choose. Just notify them to let them know.

Which casino is not responding? We have had the same issue, but this is the norm to many of the casinos that have their legal base in the Caribbean, not Maltese.

The incentive for casinos to remain responsive here with us is that we make public announcements when they are not handling the complaints in a good way. That is our leverage.
 
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justdoit

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Nov 22, 2021
Is there anybody that can tell me, what I can make happen after submitting a complaint against a Casino through their own ADR and referred to their own ADR from the MGA because it is an Contractual dispute.

Dealing with this for the last for the last 5 months, The Casino in question is not replying to the ADR and it has been a further 5 weeks since the ADR has asked for a response. And still no reply from the Casino.

If nothing can be resolved from the ADR, Do I find a lawyer to take my case? Make a European small claims court?, yet my dispute is greater than 5k euro, and/or wait until the ADR becomes a dead end or waste off time?

Thanks in advance
I use MGA direct one time, they do replay in 48hrs
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Casinomeister

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I use MGA direct one time, they do replay in 48hrs
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I would be real curious on how well that would work. Traditionally the MGA has been either "hands off" with complaints, or they had a part time intern forwarding messages around. At one point, they did have a person on board who was trying to improve their image - a person who worked closely wiht Max and me - unfortunately, that guy is gone now. For now, you'd have better luck complaining to your mailman, or a houseplant for that matter.

In other words, the MGA is a disaster.

In fact, it would be safe to say that 99% of licensing jurisdictions are "hands off" when it comes to player complaints. If they have a form on their website, it's just to show their visitors that they care. I really don't know how useful they are.
 

justdoit

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I would be real curious on how well that would work. Traditionally the MGA has been either "hands off" with complaints, or they had a part time intern forwarding messages around. At one point, they did have a person on board who was trying to improve their image - a person who worked closely wiht Max and me - unfortunately, that guy is gone now. For now, you'd have better luck complaining to your mailman, or a houseplant for that matter.

In other words, the MGA is a disaster.

In fact, it would be safe to say that 99% of licensing jurisdictions are "hands off" when it comes to player complaints. If they have a form on their website, it's just to show their visitors that they care. I really don't know how useful they are.
for me it worked, I had a payment problem, after MGA contact the casino I got the Payment. maybe I was lucky
 

JohnSnow

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I think you were. I had some problems with Bcasino. The most utterly shit casino that holds a UKGC and MGA license. They told me to start a complaint with the chosen ADR of Bcasino. Said goodbye to almost 3K.
for me it worked, I had a payment problem, after MGA contact the casino I got the Payment. maybe I was lucky
 

justdoit

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I think you were. I had some problems with Bcasino. The most utterly shit casino that holds a UKGC and MGA license. They told me to start a complaint with the chosen ADR of Bcasino. Said goodbye to almost 3K.
well if you play from Uk and the casino have UKGC license MGA will not help you, they will say go talk to UKGC, coz I have 2 address UK and EU I can play both parts, so the casino I was dealing with was only MGA license
 
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