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  3-Mar-13, 13:50   #1
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Notexactly 
Joined: Feb '13
Location: Slovenia
Age: 23 (M)
Posts: 52
So...I've been checking out some casino bonuses lately. All i can say is that mostly all of them were scams. Sites like askgamblers and others (very big amount of angry players on forums that couldn't cashout later even if wage reguirements were completed). They had to deposit first to claim winnings but they still couldn't cashout later. I started to wonder how can i know which bonuses are scams, which ones are good to play on, which ones are bad? I know poker bonuses are something completly else as all of my poker bonuses were approved. Now, i'd like to check out some casino stuff too but i won't cuz i don't know if it is scam or not. I also saw some bonuses on this website(bankrollmob.com) and if any of you is familiar with that and could give me some info about it would be great!

Matthias

     
  3-Mar-13, 18:41   #2
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 39 (F)
Posts: 10034
You can check sites for rogue casinos.
If you do a google search you will find a few of them.
The worst casinos are listed in almost every site.
Check also the network, cause sometimes one company has more than one casinos
operating with exactly the same way, so results are the same.

     
  3-Mar-13, 18:42   #3
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retribution 

Joined: Mar '11
Location: Canada
Age: 37 (M)
Posts: 1490
Read a sites Tos before playing/depositing on any site. From what I've read in forums etc, I'd have to say that more often that not, online casinos do everything they can to get players to deposit, and make it exceptionally hard to withdraw. In fact some poker sites do this as well, hiding behind obscure clauses in their tos. Yachting is one site guilty of this, as they fucked me and some other players over.

Always know what you're getting into before you put your own money at risk.

     
  3-Mar-13, 18:57   #4
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 39 (F)
Posts: 10034
With casinos reading the TOS isnt enough.
You may found them to your liking and then deposit only to find their are a scam,
with no chance getting your money back.
First check the rogue lists and then move to TOS for deposits and bonuses.
Will save you money and time.

     
  11-Mar-13, 15:15   #5
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Notexactly 
Joined: Feb '13
Location: Slovenia
Age: 23 (M)
Posts: 52
Thanks for help. I checked the list, TOS also helps. We'll see about these casinos...I'm probably not even going to try it out. Too risky i guess Smile

     
  11-Mar-13, 16:08   #6
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remco2504 
Joined: Dec '08
Location: Netherlands
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 579
No deposit bonusses/freechips etc are just a waste of time and will only leave you frustrated and wanting to kill someone at the end.

There are some good deposit bonusses out there but you always must face a playthrough amount wich again is always hard to reach.

If you want to deposit and play online i would advise to choose a casino with LIVE dealer games and play without a bonus...thats what i do usually ..but i sometimes use a little to play slots....i like casino slots powered by Netent.I had some wins and payouts on those slots

     
  11-Mar-13, 16:08   #7
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uhhcallmi 

Joined: Mar '12
Location: Netherlands
Age: 43 (M)
Posts: 587
retribution,are you telling me i should stop playing at yachting poker as an advice??

how come you could not withdraw?? i haven't tried to withdraw yet ,but my plan was to grind there more often,because of the 33% rakeback..

please infrom us on this mather...so i won't deposit there again if it's a scam.

if it is what you say it is ..i think there's nothing wrong ,,as long as it's the truth..nobody can blame you for warning us.

we are not playing with playmoney...but with money we did earn the hard way.
so that should be respected if you ask me.

at least that counts for me.

     
  12-Mar-13, 21:48   #8
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 39 (F)
Posts: 10034
I thought so far that the site is ok.
I also had the impression that some members managed to cash out from yachting poker.
Am i wrong with this one? Are there any confirmed cash outs or not Smile

     
  12-Mar-13, 22:45   #9
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rafiko1 

Joined: May '12
Location: Belgium
Age: 24 (M)
Posts: 275
There are indeed confirmed cash outs of some member on BRM.
I know players like lukasb, Fakiry etc. received the ndb bonus of Yachting Poker and
they withdrawed their winnings without any problems.

However, Yachting poker changed their bonus rules and the terms of condition.
The terms and condition which you can find on Bankrollmob is the following:

"Once you have received the €10 free cash, you will have to collect 3000 PPP's to clear it. The remaining €40 will be released in €5 increments for every 2500 PPP (total 20,000 PPP to clear €40 bonus).Pending bonus cleared and released first, followed by the upfront bonus. You will have to do a successful deposit before a withdrawal will be accepted. If you wish to take part of the first deposit bonus, all you have to do is to make a deposit and the bonus will be credited to your bonus account instantly."

There is room for argument whether you can withdraw some winnings after you make a SUCCESFUL DEPOSIT ONLY. It was so before. But now it isn't! They changed the rules, now you can only withdraw your money when you finished clearing the 10 euro upfront bonus (3000 PPP).
But can only clear it after you clear the pending bonus (20.000 PPP for 40 euro) or when it expires (after 2 months +/-).

That's the new policy of Yachting regarding the bonus in the way they described it to me.

     
  12-Mar-13, 22:52   #10
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damosk 
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 52 (M)
Posts: 4862
It never ceases to amaze me how some poeple expect sites who give bonuses to hand the bonus over for no investment by the player.... turn the tales and consider....... if it was your site, would you allow to happen the thng that you want to happen and I guess the answer would be no!!!!!!!!

     
  13-Mar-13, 00:22   #11
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demodawggy 

Joined: Feb '12
Location: Canada
Age: 56 (M)
Posts: 5682
Online poker I can understand,....but online casinos I see to be nothing more than the most raw form of gambling only for the sake of gambling....to get that fix...

...at least if you go to a REAL Casino,...you're getting all the flashing lights, sounds, drinks,....hot girls,...games,...etc....

     
  13-Mar-13, 02:20   #12
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Doarulle 
Joined: Sep '12
Location: Romania
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 1052
Posted by Notexactly:
So...I've been checking out some casino bonuses lately. All i can say is that mostly all of them were scams. Sites like askgamblers and others (very big amount of angry players on forums that couldn't cashout later even if wage reguirements were completed). They had to deposit first to claim winnings but they still couldn't cashout later. I started to wonder how can i know which bonuses are scams, which ones are good to play on, which ones are bad? I know poker bonuses are something completly else as all of my poker bonuses were approved. Now, i'd like to check out some casino stuff too but i won't cuz i don't know if it is scam or not. I also saw some bonuses on this website(bankrollmob.com) and if any of you is familiar with that and could give me some info about it would be great!

Matthias

All i can say is : NEVER DEPOSIT ON CLASSY COIN CASINO Smile i think was enough, don't do it, just don't Smile you can try the GO WILD CASINO, they pay even from their money... i get $100 from BRM promotion, 40 spins.

     
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