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  24-Sep-14, 11:55   #1
Rich Casino SCAM 0 
abigbenis 
Joined: Nov '08
Location: Canada
Age: 30 (M)
Posts: 1
I have register and play a no deposit bonus at Rich Casino. I have play some hours with the bonus and they said the wagering for the bonus is 100x .

- Playing 100x the bonus was successful (I have win a jackpot of 455$)

- At the end my balance was 578$ with the wagering for the bonus cleared Smile

- First They Stole me 478$ and the main balance was change to 100$

- and when i try to withdraw the remaining 100$ the casino dont want to pay me !!

I have receive stupid e-mail from them explain this bonus is not real money...







Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Blink Evil

     
  24-Sep-14, 12:16   #2
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Skpmorita 
Joined: Feb '14
Location: Tunisia
Age: 28 (M)
Posts: 2076
many of these are an obvious scam. they always assume that you will lose the bonus and when you dont they will give one of most stupid exuses . like send us paper of who you are and when you do they will keep asking for another documents and they will do this till you give up (they might get to a point where they ask you for your first grade document Big Smile ) . it is sad for you . you should always google the casino before taking any bonus . you might find posts like yours . now people here will avoid rich casino ...

     
  24-Sep-14, 14:14   #3
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BeMyATMplz 
Joined: Feb '11
Location: Germany
Age: 23 (M)
Posts: 1854
Yes, blacklisted casino, led by the same group as grand parker casino and so on.
AVOID by all means.

"Rich Casino is an online casino using the software suite from Top Game. It accepts customers from most countries including the USA, and is "licensed" out of Costa Rica (which basically means nothing other than they have a general purpose business license). Open since 2009, the casino initially operated without issue, but in recent times players have complained of non payment when they win. Our own investigations have been ignored by the casino, hence they should be considered blacklisted."

I have no clue why BRM supports sites that are knowingly a scam.
Making profit is the one side but at the same time, in my opinion BRM should make sure their members don't get involved in such sites, evebn when it's just a no deposit bonus, it remains a scam.
If you want to play in casinos better stick to properly licensed sites (all sites that use NetENT slots for example are trustworthy sites).

     
  24-Sep-14, 14:49   #4
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Heskor 
Joined: May '13
Location: Mauritius
Age: 25 (M)
Posts: 2659
There are some good casinos out there there must be and sad you had a bad experience with them but as we all now casinos are crap and they do bad things like you mentioned they just give you bonus hope you lose and get hooked and deposit more, and take away all your money. So stay clear of it, you have not lost any money so be glad,just wasted your time. Hate them forever. Anyway have fun on other things and just ignore those scam casinos.

Cheers later mate!

     
  24-Sep-14, 15:16   #5
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xxxpokerxxx1 

Joined: May '08
Location: Canada
Age: 40 (M)
Posts: 941
Posted by BeMyATMplz:
Yes, blacklisted casino, led by the same group as grand parker casino and so on.
AVOID by all means.

"Rich Casino is an online casino using the software suite from Top Game. It accepts customers from most countries including the USA, and is "licensed" out of Costa Rica (which basically means nothing other than they have a general purpose business license). Open since 2009, the casino initially operated without issue, but in recent times players have complained of non payment when they win. Our own investigations have been ignored by the casino, hence they should be considered blacklisted."

I have no clue why BRM supports sites that are knowingly a scam.
Making profit is the one side but at the same time, in my opinion BRM should make sure their members don't get involved in such sites, evebn when it's just a no deposit bonus, it remains a scam.
If you want to play in casinos better stick to properly licensed sites (all sites that use NetENT slots for example are trustworthy sites).



If this is the case and BRM promotes them on here,Does that mean BRM is part of the scam?,
If they knowingly let there players play these site. I am not saying that the guys that run BRM are scammers,they may not even know any thing about them,and I completely trust them,but if there partners are scamming there players,doesn't that make them part of it? I guess before you sleep with a new partner,you should maybe know something about there past,or at least know about there current situation,cause we all know what happens if you sleep with some one and they give you a std or make you sick,it can some times take a while to get better,and if others find out that you are sick or made sick,you wont get others to sleep with you. Big Smile Smile

     
  24-Sep-14, 15:33   #6
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BeMyATMplz 
Joined: Feb '11
Location: Germany
Age: 23 (M)
Posts: 1854
Nah I did by no means want to say that BRM is part of this scam.
However, regardless of profiting by having players sign up through their affiliate, they should feel responsible for not having run their players by signing up there. n the case of this site all it takes to find out is a working browser and 1 minute of time.

     
  24-Sep-14, 18:08   #7
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 39 (F)
Posts: 10039
How hard is it to make an internet search before requesting a casino bonus.
Unless it is a casino that came out yesterday you will find all the info about the casinos,
wehn it comes to pay outs and time. Just have this in mind before you go and sign up for a new one.

     
  24-Sep-14, 18:12   #8
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klash23 
Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 38 (F)
Posts: 2243
I agree with BeMyAtm that it is easy for BRM to check out casinos such as these and it is disappointing to see them linked when it is very easy to find out what their players are saying online,just type in rich casino blacklist for example.
Another point to make is players should also do a check for themselves and to read the terms and conditions very carefully.Rich casino have these sentences in the no deposit section;
"These funds are used as an incentive for the enjoyment of players and have no value of themselves."
"Furthermore winnings from the sign up bonus can be played only and cannot be withdrawn and/or exchanged for any prize."
Personally I would not be playing at a casino if I read these terms and for the casino this is their get out of jail free card-if you win the casino says bad luck,read the terms and if you lose the casino says bad luck how about a deposit with a nice bonus.
As other people have said always stick to licensed casinos and maybe the bigger well known casinos,at the very least try and do some research first.Good luck. Smile

     
  24-Sep-14, 18:19   #9
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BeMyATMplz 
Joined: Feb '11
Location: Germany
Age: 23 (M)
Posts: 1854
Posted by Mober:
How hard is it to make an internet search before requesting a casino bonus.
Unless it is a casino that came out yesterday you will find all the info about the casinos,
wehn it comes to pay outs and time. Just have this in mind before you go and sign up for a new one.


"How hard is it" to understand that this is not only the players' responsibility?
There are affiliates that would even solve disputes like this between player and site.
All I'm saying is that an affiliate, especially as big as BRM, should make their researches about the sites they advertise.
I do agree that especially because it's so easy to find out it gives OP a fault as well, but still if I was OP I'd go ballistic.
A NDB in a casino is given to make the players deposit afterwards, so basicly the goal of these sites is to set up a scam to earn real money, and technically BRM is even helping that (I don't say they do it knowingly, but you get what I mean).

Edited by BeMyATMplz (Wednesday, September 24, 2014 @ 18:24 GMT)


     
  24-Sep-14, 20:35   #10
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xxxpokerxxx1 

Joined: May '08
Location: Canada
Age: 40 (M)
Posts: 941
Posted by BeMyATMplz:
Posted by Mober:
How hard is it to make an internet search before requesting a casino bonus.
Unless it is a casino that came out yesterday you will find all the info about the casinos,
wehn it comes to pay outs and time. Just have this in mind before you go and sign up for a new one.


"How hard is it" to understand that this is not only the players' responsibility?
There are affiliates that would even solve disputes like this between player and site.
All I'm saying is that an affiliate, especially as big as BRM, should make their researches about the sites they advertise.
I do agree that especially because it's so easy to find out it gives OP a fault as well, but still if I was OP I'd go ballistic.
A NDB in a casino is given to make the players deposit afterwards, so basicly the goal of these sites is to set up a scam to earn real money, and technically BRM is even helping that (I don't say they do it knowingly, but you get what I mean).



This is what I think I was trying to say...lol...anyway,I just think if you find official promos here on the brm site,where let say,its a NDB,and its being promoted here as that or a deposit bonus,or what ever,and you see the banners and the links and can find them,on BRM,and one of there partners is scamming players,and is blacklisted,but BRM does business,with them,what does that say?,or what does that mean? If any thing. Is it bad business?...I guess its not really my place to say any thing about that.
how ever like I stated I trust the people here at BRM,and will continue being MOBER and be proud of fact that I am a part of a great Community.
As players it is our responsibility to check the casino's or poker rooms,before we play there,I also know some people just don't look both ways before they cross the street Tongue Big Smile

Edited by xxxpokerxxx1 (Wednesday, September 24, 2014 @ 20:39 GMT)


     
  24-Sep-14, 21:30   #11
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mgabesz 
Joined: Mar '11
Location: Hungary
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 153
Bad news. It is not seems to be the most reliable online casino of the Internet however you have to write some more e-mails to clear the background of their decision or write to who issued their license of operation. Do not give up no way.

     
  24-Sep-14, 21:42   #12
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demodawggy 

Joined: Feb '12
Location: Canada
Age: 56 (M)
Posts: 5682
The best thing to do is just STAY the hell away from all that Casino $H!T,...u7nless maybe it's one found in a big name reputable site like Poker Stars, Full Tilt,...or PartyPoker...!

At least with those good sites you stand a chance at resolving any problems satisfactorily whether it goes your way or not...!

...or maybe pop out for a night at your local REAL casino...! Smile Thumbs Up Dollar Dollar Dollar

     
  25-Sep-14, 18:28   #13
  0 
Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 39 (F)
Posts: 10039
Its not only the ones you mentioned demodawggy. There are more than that,
that are credible and paying normally. They even offer no deposit bonuses.
All you have to do is to look after them. A few of these dont even require a deposit
to cash out your no deposit winnings.

     
  28-Sep-14, 13:27   #14
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klash23 
Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 38 (F)
Posts: 2243
As mober said there are lots of decent casinos that never give you problems and most of the good ones will look after you.Last week I just received a £5 bonus for nothing from William Hill and on Tuesday I went to my coral account and found two £5 poker tournament tokens.On coral they were offering a slot bonus of play £10 get £10 free with playthrough of only x5.I am sure I signed up to both via BRM,it just pays to look around before signing up. Smile

     
  28-Sep-14, 23:43   #15
  0 
Dazalef 
Joined: Mar '10
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 51 (M)
Posts: 45
I believe you

and think all the casino's are a scam

and will never let you win on them.

were just wasting are time

trying to win on them.... Disagree Smile

     
  29-Sep-14, 00:42   #16
  0 
qzmag 
Joined: Nov '11
Location: Romania
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 704
Hello,
Yes they are most of them scam. If you want to play casino, i suggest to play on Fulltilt and 888poker. They are trusted. No deposit bonus, but if you have money, you can give it a try. Plus on full tilt there is a very nice promo. If you make 5 FTP / day, you get a ticket to a $2000 freerolls with Coin flip first hand, if you get pass from first hand, the prizes are from 8$ to $450. Usually 300-500 players registered there.

I had a good experience on Fulltilt casino, i won $108, after 2nd spin.

Have a nice day / night and GL.

     
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