On probation Casinos

Being “rogued” at Casinomeister is a serious issue in the online casino community. The reason for the rogue section was mainly a “name and shame” method used to either convince casino operators to do the right thing, or to warn players of devious deeds. Over the past several years, there have been some casinos that have been removed from “Rogue” or “Not Recommended Section”. In most cases it was because the business ceased to exist, but in some instances, the operators saw the light and realized that improvements needed to be made in the way they operated.

“Turning over a new leaf” is a good thing. In fact, I wish that every operator “rogued” would just listen up and realize that deception, unfairness, crappy customer service, and unethical behavior is unnecessary to do well in this business. Changing business methods or modifying one’s own behaviour is a hard thing to do, but when operations do so because of this “Rogue” section, I see it as a good thing; the “Rogue Section” is successful when it allows casinos to move on.

Also, there have been misunderstandings between me and the operators (or owners) of some of these casino groups. These are detailed in some of the following links.

Regardless, I feel that it is important that players are aware of past issues. No need to sweep dust under the rug. Some operations have a “history” that players ought to know about so that they can make intelligent decisions on their own.

On Probation

Casino/Casino Group Major Issues Date Entered Probation Period Status
No one is on the list at the moment.

Past Issues

Casino/Casino Group Major Issues Probation Period Status
Virtual Casino Group You name it – they did it 5 November 2013 – 15 January 2015 Passed. In the Reservation.
Aces Revenue Group Associated with the Virtual Group 6 November 2013 – 15 January 2015 Passed. In the Reservation.
Casino770 Sloppy support – non-communicative 20 May 2013 – 23 July 2013 Passed. In the Reservation
Betfair Bad casino practice – mishandled promotion 10 November 2012 – 20 November 2012 Failed 20 November 2012