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Feedback: why is your casino blacklist so short...in my eyes this is gross negligence

Topic created on 25th Oct. 2019 | Page: 1 of 2 | Answers: 17 | Views: 4,981
v****2
hello

this is a question for the gamblejoe team.

i am also a lot on the international sites that

are very similar to gamblejoe...casino reviews, forum,

bonus offers etc. you know what I mean and you are

probably also clear from which sides the speech is. if not

i will name some under my post.



on the subject I noticed that on your casino Blacklist

are just 6 casinos and 2 of them because they have their affiliate

invoices that may be of interest to you

but the player brings very little.

in truth, there are a hundred or more casinos that are much worse

as the 6 on your list. which are known for being

not paying players in general or the like.



i think it is naive and grossly negligent not to pay these casinos here

list only because they are not listed with you or "only" a

curacao or hold no license at all.



furthermore, you lull players into supposed security when

they only play in casinos with a license from an eu country.

malta, gibralta, etc. which is de facto wrong. the gambling

on the internet is still illegal for german players despite

eu law. prosecution is in the per mille range, but the

but a judicial proceeding in case of non-payment

of wins is nevertheless excluded no matter whether the casino

holds a license from malta, curacao, timbuktu or anywhere else.





the legal situation is understandably clarified here:





https://www.anwalt.de/rechtstipps/online-casinos-alles-illegal-oder-was_156813.html



quite detailed lists with blacklisted casinos can be found here:




---- Links to competitors removed - please note the advertising guidelines in the forum rules!






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MisterL
Expert
If you live in Malta, keep the flag high. Understandable or not

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crystal_machmeth
Experienced
all casinos with malta license pay out very well and fast!
you can just Deposit and play as you want you will get your money even if the amount is very high

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Anonym
vomvom12 wrote on 10/25/2019 9:46 pm: hello
this is a question for the gamblejoe team.
i am also a lot on international sites on the road the
are quite similar to gamblejoe...casino reviews, forum,
bonus offers etc. you know what i mean and you are probably also aware
probably also clear from which sides the speech is. fals not
i will name some more under my post.

to the topic I have noticed that on your casino Blacklist
just 6 casinos are and 2 of them because they do not pay their affiliate
invoices that may be of interest to you
but the player brings the heart little.
in reality there are a hundred or more casinos that are much worse
like the 6 on your list. which are known for not paying players in general
not paying players in general or similar.

i think it is naive and grossly negligent to not list these casinos here
just because they are not listed on your list or because they "only" have a
curacao or hold no license at all.

furthermore, you lull players into supposed security when
they only play in casinos with a license from an eu country.
malta, gibralta, etc. which is de facto wrong. the gambling
on the internet is still illegal for german players in spite of
eu-law. prosecution is in the per mil range
but a legal proceeding in case of non-payment of winnings is still
of wins is still excluded no matter if the casino has
holds a license from malta, curacao, timbuktu or elsewhere.


the legal situation is understandably clarified here:


https://www.anwalt.de/rechtstipps/online-casinos-alles-illegal-oder-was_156813.html

quite detailed lists with blacklisted casinos can be found here:


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i also stumbled across the only six casinos today.

by the way, your repeated game-tech group warning has saved me some time and (probably) damage here. merci.

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v****2
redfoxx wrote on 10/25/2019 at 22:44
i also stumbled across the only six casinos today.

by the way, your repeated game-tech group warning has saved me some time and (probably) damage here. merci.

no need to thank...if i have kept
from depositing his money at these
these junk shops i am already satisfied
satisfied

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Kleinkariert
Expert
If GJ is generally against Curacao casinos then they don't need to divide it again into good and bad.

What I criticize is similar to you. That casinos that cause problems for players are not taken more seriously. Ikibu was known for its snail's pace and not since yesterday. This is preceded by years! But only now they come into the blacklist.

A selection of casinos that Gamblejoe can really recommend would be something to improve the quality while adding more casinos because they want to increase Affiliate revenue and expand the overview.

Casino that use the RTP reduced versions should actually be marked. This is in my eyes fraud because the average player does not consistently look at the game info. Videoslots now has a great 93% at Red Tiger pure, I'm really excited that now a local casino (casino) what RTP is nothing inferior and in some cases even surpasses.

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Latino
Experienced
@vomvom12:

and 2 of them because they don't pay
invoices that may be interesting for you guys
but the player brings very little.

This is important for the players because this is a warning signal that the casino is in trouble financially. For example, at Quasar there were many reports that players complained about hardly winning anything a few weeks before they closed the store. Otherwise I am completely with you...


@Kleinkariert:

Casino those who use RTP reduced versions should actually be flagged.

I would welcome here even a Greylist in the all casinos are listed the reduced RTP versions use.Dazu a downranking by 20 places in the casino comparison.


Videoslots has now great 93% with Red Tiger purely

What good is a reliable and fast payout if you have nothing to pay out

______________________________________________________________________________

Generally, the MGA likes to find fault with casinos with Curacao (or other) license, after all, is a competitor. But it is also not to be dismissed from the hand that the worst scam casinos often work with Curacao licenses.

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thelastgambler
Visitor

vomvom12 wrote on 10/25/2019 21:46: hello

this is a question for the gamblejoe team.

i am also a lot on international sites the

are very similar to gamblejoe...casino reviews, forum,

bonus offers etc. you know what I mean and you are

probably also clear from which sides the speech is. if not

i will name some under my post.



on the subject I noticed that on your casino Blacklist

are just 6 casinos and 2 of them because they have their affiliate

invoices that may be of interest to you

but the player brings very little.

in truth, there are a hundred or more casinos that are much worse

as the 6 on your list. which are known for being

not paying players in general or the like.



i think it is naive and grossly negligent not to pay these casinos here

list only because they are not listed with you or "only" a

curacao or hold no license at all.



furthermore, you lull players into supposed security when

they only play in casinos with a license from an eu country.

malta, gibralta, etc. which is de facto wrong. the gambling

on the internet is still illegal for german players despite

eu law. prosecution is in the range of one per thousand

but a judicial proceeding in case of non-payout

of wins is nevertheless excluded no matter whether the casino

holds a license from malta, curacao, timbuktu or elsewhere.





the legal situation is understandably clarified here:





https://www.anwalt.de/rechtstipps/online-casinos-alles-illegal-oder-was_156813.html



quite detailed lists with blacklisted casinos can be found here:




---- Links to competitors removed - please note the advertising guidelines in the forum rules!








oh man the belief in such blacklists is really exaggerated. sure they can help, but must also be maintained and who can say with 100% certainty that all games are fake slots? Even Futuriti changes every now and then, so that they are no longer all fake. but who is always supposed to check that and say with 100% certainty. what if such companies then take action against the operator of the comparison portal because of reputational damage?

awesome what people expect from a free portal, what's wrong with the world?

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v****2
Kleinkariert wrote on 10/26/2019 at 02:44: If GJ is generally against Curacao casinos then they don't need to divide it into good and bad again.



@smallcart
the point of such a list is not whether gamblejoe has something against casinos with curacao
license or not but to warn players from certain casinos/casino group's.

it is completely naive to think that no one would play there anymore...
just leaving them all out and pretending they don't even exist doesn't speak
for gamblejoe...then you might as well leave out the section.



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v****2

thelastgambler wrote at 09:09, on October 26, 2019
awesome what people expect from a free portal, what is wrong with the world?


@thelastgambler

from free can be here also no speech...!
you do not pay with hard currency but for example with your
registration and your activity here in the forum...that generates traffic and the more traffic
more traffic the more interesting the site becomes for paying casino partners.
or with a registration at one of the casinos listed here (of course only
if you also use the link here on the site)
so from because of free...! so runs the same is also completely ok.

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