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Tips for avoiding scams in online gambling (page 2)

2 months ago by bellagonzalez84
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1 month ago

No i am on a little brake from slots. Only doing sportsbet.

1 month ago

I don't blame you at all. What sports do you like to bet on ? 

1 month ago

Interesting topic you have brought up on how to avoid fraud in online gambling. It's a valid concern, considering how many sites and offers there are out there. I think it's important to do your research before signing up for any platform. Searching for reviews from other users, checking the site's license and its security measures can be helpful to avoid being scammed.

By the way, while I was reading your message, I was wondering, who owns 1xBet? It's funny how some platforms stand out in terms of security and reliability. Maybe it's worth doing a little more research on this too.

In short, it is always better to be cautious and be i

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1 month ago

Hello all like to share my experience again on how to smell a scam website again even before registration. With So many online casino that don pay


No 1 the website look cheap desperate with no 1 ever hear b4 and only some small adv on some lousy chicken currupt very smelly wedpage.. or even no adv B4. and the deposit department visa/master when press and really to pay but don pay it , you see who or which scam company it is . If is not right even if is a 3rd party payment collector .; Email them and see how they reply. You will know if it is a scam..


Overall we still have to becareful even when we get pay on our current casino when we win. Because who knows some god may win huge millions and broke their balls and guess what your balance winning is stuck there for years. So. Do keep withdrawaling every time and there must be no chicken fees in withdrawal.


I will update more when I got more time. Thanks win for all players.

AND DISEASE PAIN Asses cancer 24/DAY for scammer



1 month ago

Interesting topic you have brought up on how to avoid fraud in online gambling. It's a valid concern, considering how many sites and offers there are out there. I think it's important to do your research before signing up for any platform. Searching for reviews from other users, checking the site's license and its security measures can be helpful to avoid being scammed.

By the way, while I was reading your message, I was wondering, who owns 1xBet? It's funny how some platforms stand out in terms of security and reliability. Maybe it's worth doing a little more research on this too.

In short, it is always better to be cautious and be i

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1 month ago

Hey. Thank you for your post and good on you, to do research on online casinos. It is very important to be informed before signing up, or even depositing, exactly to try to avoid any issues beforehand.

I added the Casino Guru link for this casino, and there, in every review for each casino, besides other useful information, you can always find also who the owner is. 😉

1 month ago

Hello all like to share my experience again on how to smell a scam website again even before registration. With So many online casino that don pay


No 1 the website look cheap desperate with no 1 ever hear b4 and only some small adv on some lousy chicken currupt very smelly wedpage.. or even no adv B4. and the deposit department visa/master when press and really to pay but don pay it , you see who or which scam company it is . If is not right even if is a 3rd party payment collector .; Email them and see how they reply. You will know if it is a scam..


Overall we still have to becareful even when we get pay on our current casino when we win. Because who knows some god may win huge millions and broke their balls and guess what your balance winning is stuck there for years. So. Do keep withdrawaling every time and there must be no chicken fees in withdrawal.


I will update more when I got more time. Thanks win for all players.

AND DISEASE PAIN Asses cancer 24/DAY for scammer



1 month ago

Hm, thanks then for your insight on this topic. I think it's always important to do some research about a casino before depositing, because there are so many scamms nowadays and sometimes it's hard to tell the difference. 

However, if a player can somehow prepare and inform himself beforehand, that's the least he can do. 

Have you ever had the honor of dealing with such a casino and detected it before you played there ? 

1 month ago

Greetings to all! I have already encountered fraud in the casino several times. I am very upset about this, although I still hope that I can find a decent option. Perhaps you can offer some platform that you have tested on your own experience?

pigeoncatcher606
1 month ago

Just a note, if you carry on creating fake conversations and adding links like the one I just deleted, your accounts will be banned.

1 month ago

I check 1. License 2. Reviews

currently it’s a small shortlist but works well.

jorgepestana944
1 month ago

These are the most important things for you ? Do you play primarily in casinos that are licensed in your country ? What kind of casino license is a no go zone for you ? 

1 month ago

this guy is good and what he say is true, not just mgm. https://youtu.be/_QXYnficO-c?si=TzJ-DrxlTeNhO9oU

Jaro
1 month ago

which 1 ?? do a withdrawal after $500 win and you know if this casino is a scam

lodess
1 month ago

I don't play in casinos so I'm happy but I wanted to know from the player to whom I responded to his post. Of course, you find out a lot when making withdrawals, but you always have to take into account all the relevant factors that the casino is not always to blame. 

However, what do you look for when you go to play in a casino you don't know ? 🙂

1 month ago

Check rating, reviews and valid license. That’s it)

Roberto570
4 weeks ago

And many many more, as well. Everything that is included in our safety index, found in every review on our site under the tab "Safety index explained".😉

3 weeks ago

reputation is the key, just stick to the most popular one 👨‍💻

and remember not to win too much 😛

sladki03
3 weeks ago

Hehe do you think that winning big means that the casino would want to scam you ? I would say that casinos will close the account in such cases, but when the player has 0, if they think he has won a lot. Reputation is of course important. 

Is there anything else that you notice about casinos that is important to you ? 😀

2 weeks ago

There must be a new law that casino owner must show and let people know they are the owner to be accountable if winner never get pay to their bank. Customer are at their losing disavtage when they register. Imagine this is a bank and when you go to ATM to do withdrawal, it say not approved due to you win money.

My advise is go to a casino in person if you want to bet big amount. Above $10000 , play 3 round. If win. Straight cash out or cheque out . Do not deposit online more then $1k. These online scammer don worth your time. Deposit 10cent to them is the only worthy they can get.

lodess
2 weeks ago

Quite a sensible tactic, is that what you do ? I wouldn't play with a lot of money obviously online because I can see how many problems arise. But I wouldn't go to a normal casino, so it wouldn't make any difference to me. 

Well, do you go to the casinos? 

2 weeks ago

If you ever come across an offer that sounds too good to be true, it likely is. Those promises of big rewards for minimal effort? Yeah, they're usually a red flag. And watch out for any sites or links that seem shady and ask for your personal info or payment details. Legit gaming platforms are all about secure payments and transparent privacy policies, so stick with those for a safer experience.

haykhovv
1 week ago

Thank you for this post, I hope everyone will appreciate it.👌

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