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Online Casinos in general: Casinos where you should not play under any circumstances (loss is not a reason!) (Page 73)

Topic created on 16th Dec. 2021 | Page: 73 of 73 | Answers: 728 | Views: 206,156
gamble1
Legend

Max_Bet wrote on March 14, 2024 at 12:41 pm:

To the point 🤝🏻

Where should I sign? 😉

I don't know why I'm so high haha it's just been getting on my nerves lately how everything is defended in a cramp no matter how nonsensical it is and everything is bluntly parroted what is written in the official papers as if nobody could think for themselves anymore or as if we have to be protected from ourselves and everything has to be exemplified like a child


I didn't want to address the online casino Provider in particular, I just wanted to make it clear that I have nothing against the provider in question and I'm not a customer there

In the end, thanks for your praise, I'm happy if you understand what I wanted to express

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dazzle_tea
Amateur

gamble1 wrote on 14.03.2024 at 07:18:

And that's exactly what I mean by providers who are not customer-oriented! They simply lie to the customer's face to make themselves feel better with the shit they are bound to


Everyone will know how nonsensical the DE rules are because otherwise this would inevitably mean that in any country with normal, serious regulations there would be even more gambling addicts, which is certainly not the case in practice - on the contrary, excessive limits are more likely to encourage migration to areas where not even a simple account ban would work

And another point that I appreciate about StarGames! You get an answer like "We don't like the changes either, but as a regulated Provider we are obliged to comply with them" or something like that

You can tell immediately that it's an honest company

My gosh, now they're all starting to talk about the biggest shit like the whole media is already doing just to be politically correct, otherwise you could assume a right-wing attitude if you look at things soberly and question things that may not be solved so well

We are all free people who can think and just because you are licensed by the state you can also communicate grievances clearly with your customers

And by totally stupid I don't mean something like Oasis because this is the only sensible consequence of the State Treaty on Gambling, but I do mean the regulation with the €1 per spin or the 5 second rule when the maximum depositor per month is already limited and I also mean the outrageous taxation and the resulting poor RTP of the games the resulting poor RTP of the slots and of course the biggest scandal is that you can gamble away your house in the casino in one night and only Oasis is available there and no further prevention against Gambling addiction is carried out and the only justification is because you can always gamble online around the clock

And pretending to be the savior of people from gambling addiction with such things is not only a slap in the face for every gambling addict who has slipped into addiction through this ridiculous double standard, but almost borders on deliberate fraud and discrimination because it doesn't seem to be as uniform as this system is praised if different rules apply online privately and offline privately and offline state-run

i also find that on point.

and the other day I saw this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8j9qUz4RX2M

as i'm not a sports betting fan, i wasn't aware of some of the consequences of the state regulations in this area.
my favorite part from about minute 15.30
aRD makes a statement as to why the public broadcasters advertise something as dubious as sports betting in the first place. it says: "The gambling treaty has clarified the legal gray area to the extent that broadcasters no longer have a legal basis that would allow them to refuse licensed sports betting providers.

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back to topic: doesn't quite meet the thread's criteria for why you shouldn't play at casino x, but Bing Bong and their aggro "training" ads belong on the Blacklist for this Player protection bullshit. i watched one of those casino livestreams (which no one else is legally allowed to do, right?1?) and the "lecturer" even claims, because a user commented on the subject of abysmal RTP, quote: "the RTP doesn't matter. either you hit something or you don't, the RTP doesn't matter." that's not just wrong, it's simply a lie, just like all this training bullshit...


the newsletters can't be turned off either, thanks for the active player protection Bing Bumm, you're all going to hell.



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Skinnbert

Eckbert wrote on 01.03.2024 at 21:51: Hello, if you know Wild Pharaoh, Scatterhall and Spinpirate you should also stay away from Vikingspins. It's the same site layout, no Live Chat and nobody answers. I'm 100% sure it's the same people as Wild Pharao. On Trustpilot you can only read negative things about Vikingspins. If you are smart, you don't deposit.

i sign that !

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xaan2012
Amateur
Definitely axecasino...
Player protection zero, can't even get a Responsible gaming ban and in livechat they say vip manager get back to you asap, otherwise nothing happens...

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Paddington
Top Member

xaan2012 wrote on 02.04.2024 at 11:57: Definitely axecasino...
Player protection zero, can't even get a responsible gambling ban and in Live Chat they say vip manager get back to you as soon as possible, otherwise nothing happens...

Is a stable casino of the Dama brand. I would not mention it here.

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xaan2012
Amateur

Paddington wrote on 11.04.2024 at 07:58:

Is a stable casino of the Dama brand. I wouldn't mention it here.

Aloa. So far, no one has reported the desire to close the account. So if Responsible gaming and the protection of players is NOT followed up in any way, this is a dirty casino and belongs here.

Self-blocking or time-out cannot be set.
Blacklist ready

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hustlehoff
Expert
xaan2012 wrote on April 11th, 2024 at 9:16 pm:

Aloa. So far, no one has reported the desire to close the account. So if Responsible gaming and Player protection is NOT followed up in any way, this is a dirt casino and belongs here.

Self-blocking or time-out cannot be set.
Blacklist done

But that's not the point, this is about whether the casinos pay out or not. There are thousands of Online Casinos where you can register and Deposit in 1 minute, what's the point of getting blocked at one of them? Also don't check what you expect from a Curacao casino. They don't give a shit what you do there, you're playing illegally anyway I guess.

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Hidaruma
Top Member

xaan2012 wrote on April 11th, 2024 at 9:16 pm:

Aloa. So far, no one has reported the desire to close the account. So if Responsible gaming and Player protection is NOT followed up in any way, this is a dirt casino and belongs here.

Self-blocking or time-out cannot be set.
Blacklist done

I think that's a lie. At these casinos, you can always set a time-out and for permanent exclusion, you (unfortunately) have to contact support.

This is clearly a user problem.

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Hidaruma
Top Member

Hidaruma wrote on April 12th, 2024 at 1:33 pm:

I think that's a lie. With these casinos you can always set a timeout and for permanent exclusion, you (unfortunately) have to contact support.

This is clearly a user problem.

As I can no longer edit the post, here is my edit:


I registered with Axecasino just for fun. It is true that you cannot set a time-out yourself. However, limits are possible. Furthermore, I quickly contacted the customer chat and lo and behold, my account was closed immediately and I can no longer log in.

I'm sticking with the user error

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