who would you go to?

Tdoggy

Experienced Member
Hello Casinomeister I got one for you. Ok if you have a problem with a casino such as you being stiffed who do you go to? Or since you are a "man of power" in the casino world, you don't have these problems? :D
 

Casinomeister

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Tdoggy said:
Hello Casinomeister I got one for you. Ok if you have a problem with a casino such as you being stiffed who do you go to? Or since you are a "man of power" in the casino world, you don't have these problems? :D
I've never been "stiffed" probably because I follow my own advice.
http://www.casinomeister.com/casinos.html#donts

I also rarely play bonuses, so casinos seldom have a chance to come up with an excuse not to pay. But if I did run into this problem (being stiffed), I would do what I do for players when they have problems.
1. contact support
2. contact operator and/or affiliate manager
3. contact software provider
4. contact licensing entity/server
5. report on progress along the way to the Casinomeister "audience"

This would be enough to convince anyone to expedite a payment.

If I were to be stiffed by a company that went down the tubes and disappeared, I would then program Vortran to kick my ass.
 

Tdoggy

Experienced Member
I see...

I see.....Yeah I followed these rules and still got screwed. Should add another rule to that list. Stay away from "Cloud Casinos" :eek:

Smart man not taking a bonus. Why bother when most of them come with a lot of hell....





Don't play at sites licensed in Belize, Venezuela, Eastern Europe.
Don't play at sites with unknown or undisclosed software.
Don't play at sites that hide licensing information.
Don't play at sites that use the phrase "real gambler" or "bonus abuser" in the rules.
Don't play at sites that use the phrase "Legally licensed and fully insured".
 

Casinomeister

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Tdoggy said:
I see.....Yeah I followed these rules and still got screwed...
Well I did say "Don't play at sites that use the phrase "Legally licensed and fully insured" and American Grand Casino states: "Legally licensed by the Government of Costa Rica" So that's close.

I should add another "If you make an agreement over the phone, get it in writing."
 

Casinomeister

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Just added these two :D

*Don't make agreements over the phone. Get it in writing.
*Don't forget to keep copies of all chat sessions.
 
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