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Online Casinos in general: !WARNING! Lottoland / Lottohelden

Topic created on 24th Dec. 2023 | Page: 1 of 1 | Answers: 7 | Views: 1,413
dazzle_tea
Amateur
i have received a letter from the public prosecutor's office. the company (or the managing director) that collects money for Lottoland is being investigated for fraud. since they found transactions of mine at Lotterland, I am being considered as a witness.

in plain language: the public prosecutor's office is currently sitting on the store and keeping an eye on the whole thing. so what you do NOT want to do is make any payments. personally, i would refrain from doing anything else at the moment (if i hadn't already done so several months ago, the cooperation between LL and the company in question says a lot...) and if it's the no-dep-bonus. just leave it.

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Ne1z23
Visitor
Yes, that's what I thought... The last bonus for the game "Sweet Bonanza" also seemed a bit suspicious to me...especially because the game contained "Lottoland symbols" instead of the normal "bonus symbols". So the code of the game had been tampered with. I don't even know if this is allowed. Otherwise, every casino would use their own logos or symbols in the games... At least I found it a bit strange...

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danny005
Elite

Ne1z23 wrote on 24.12.2023 at 10:29 am: Yes, I thought so... The last bonus for the game "Sweet Bonanza" also seemed a bit suspicious to me...especially because the game contained "Lottoland symbols" instead of the normal "bonus symbols". So the code of the game had been tampered with. I don't even know if this is allowed. Otherwise, every casino would use their own logos or symbols in the games... At least I found it a bit strange...

These are branded slots offered by Pragmatic Play. There's nothing suspicious about it.

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frapi07
Elite

danny005 wrote on 24.12.2023 at 15:34

These are branded slots offered by Pragmatic Play. There is nothing suspicious about it.

Right, Roobet also has them and they're called "Roo Bonanza"

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dan3b3n
Visitor

dazzle_tea wrote on 24.12.2023 at 02:16: got mail from the public prosecutor's office. the company (or the managing director) that collects money for Lottoland is being investigated for fraud. since they found transactions of mine at Lotterland, I am considered as a witness.


What do you mean by collection? A Debt collection agency?

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Uschi_23
Amateur
Are lottoland & lottohelden legal in Germany?

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kersei
Top Member

Uschi_23 wrote on 27.12.2023 at 14:43: Are lottoland & lottohelden legal in Germany?

As far as I know, no.

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Uschi_23
Amateur
Good to know, but honestly, they need to finally block these platforms, so at least you know if everything is okay

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