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News & Notices: Curacao Casino (Page 2)

Topic created on 04th Oct. 2018 | Page: 2 of 2 | Answers: 19 | Views: 4,599
Knochen
Elite
OpaOma wrote on 12.01.2019 at 12:27 pm: the curacao license is in principle also a European license, since it is a Dutch island.has therefore about the same standard as a malta license in objections, complaints or court decisions in disputes.

No that is not correct. Malta is an EU member state. Curacao is autonomous and belongs only to the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It has its own parliament and even its own currency. Curacao is an island in the Caribbean. Malta is a fully autonomous member state of the EU. So it definitely makes a big difference

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upola
Legend

Bone wrote on 04/10/2018 at 20:33
One should think, but does not always work so easily. I have a German delivery company for frozen goods where I was once a customer also blocked because they have constantly called. I have expressed in no uncertain terms that I no longer want to buy anything because I do not agree with the price-performance ratio. Since then, they call even more often, with different numbers. The endings just change wildly through.

If even absolutely reputable food suppliers do that, then probably Curacao casinos do too

But with most providers, you can already block the numbers.If they then call with another number, block again.Eventually, the give up, or the numbers go out to them.

That's how I did it.

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K****t
If, contrary to expectations, a complaint or a court case for illegal gambling should arise, one can no longer refer to European guidelines in this case. This means that gambling in Curacao casinos no longer falls into the gray zone.

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Knochen
Elite
Yes, in the end I did too. But that still took a while. It was partly also not as if only the last 2 digits were different, but also more. And that was an absolutely serious, German company that delivers frozen food home. They have also given up, but only after 6 months

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upola
Legend
For me, it also went on for weeks, every other day a call with a different number.
I didn't answer the phone at all and blocked the number immediately.

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Nick1895
Expert
I accidentally played in a Curacao casino the other day, because I only read something about Cyprus, Nicosia. My money (400 euros) were still paid out ... Even if it took 3-4 business days because of EnterCash. This is the new Zet Casino.

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Anonym
Falko wrote on 04.10.2018 at 16:25: So I can fully confirm that you should make such casinos a big bow, as it has been written here at Gamblejoe often. There is only one casino with this license where I am registered.Once I had deposited there 2 months ago and the spam me since then daily to with calls, SMS and send me every week money gifts. If I then log in there, then immediately opens the chat and the employee then tries this way to find contact with me.This is all so annoying and I have no way there to set a limit or a self-lock.If I ask for it, then it is not responded to.It is so annoying this casino with me it's Mr. James, that I now really regret to have registered there at that time.Never again will I register in a casino, which runs under a Curacao license.Will soon get me a phone number, because it is too much for me that really rings my cell phone every day since I am registered there. 2 times I answered and exactly this casino had also called me and wanted me to deposit.never again I play in such a casino

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Anonym
Onion wrote on 01/20/2019 10:51 PM

Shice
Everything I just wrote is gone

Was also registered with mrjames, after converting a no dep bonus I had 500€
I then asked the support how much I have to Deposit to verify me and the max payout of 100€ it gives for No deposit Bonuses can request
They wanted directly nen Fufgi AND I would have to wager according to support also umpteen times
No thanks, for such experiments with uncertain outcome is my sauer verdientes then but too bad!
Since I rather gamble my money in a store that also pays me ifs times rappelt

You don't have to change your phone number because of such a shop
As mentioned here you can indeinen privacy settings on which way you would like to be contacted by them

And unsubscribe is also possible
Either via the support..the nice Nick was really great
But if the support doesn't want to deactivate your account then just write an email to support@mrjames.com and send them your cancellation

KP why everyone is so happy about the MrJames bonuses...I zock not so long online and have that also only late gecheckt that it is better not to gamble in such stores but at least in OCs with mga license

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Dbac79
Elite
it's great that everyone knows that there are different licenses, but do not choose the casino according to any license (to get it is only a question of money) but look at the terms and conditions and bonus conditions, which are decisive whether you get money and if so how much. even if a casino has a mga license and says you get no money because "blablabla" then you get no money and in court the casino operators will win anyway because they already know exactly what they are doing

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Anonym
Dbac79 wrote on 27.01.2019 at 23:05: it's great that everyone knows that there are different licenses, but do not choose the casino after any license (to get is because only a question of money) but look at the terms and conditions and bonus conditions, which are decisive whether you get money and if so how much. even if a casino has a mga license and says you get no money because "blablabla" then you also get no money and in court the casino operators will win anyway because they already know exactly what they are doing

It is not only a question of money, there are differences in the licensing authorities. If one authority never writes back and the other after weeks/months - then I would prefer the ones that write back at all.

I have some bad experiences in Curacao casinos, but almost no bad ones in MGA casinos. And my bad experiences in Curacao casinos are that they do not pay out, take an extremely long time for withdrawals, rather cover up bonus rules, etc. and at MGA casinos that sometimes something takes 1 day longer than usual or the support has not always answered correctly.

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