I mean there are a lot of scams in almost every niche of our live and entertainment is not exception. Payouts availability and their speed are good qualities, but... they may not happen if casino is a fake.
You know, may be talking about the one and only criteria of choosing an online casino I'd name "legality", that's how I actually choose where to gamble. Ask friends, find some reviews, articles. Usually I read several overviews and make some conclusions after combining them all. Pay high attention to casino age, software provider, terms and conditions, license and bonuses offered by the platform(they can be suspiciously high) - all these characteristics you can find in casino reviews, which are enough on the web:, they usually share with some nuances, pros and cons, especially about payouts and withdrawal methods )
So, I do my best to check as much info as possible to make the right choice.
just want to ask about player's overviews.. Could they be fake ?
I mean, casino review is a complicated article and it doesn't make sense to do the fake one, but players overview is completely another business.
What do you say ? Should I trust them?
The question is :
Do bookmakers relegate their slot machines to be minimum payouts, with the view of hardly paying out, only small amounts.
The reason for asking, I joined this bookmaker years ago and enjoyed a decent reward now and again nothing really big but the odd three figure past the decimal point but these days, I hardly break out of the teens and the odd occasion into the twenties.
I presume bookies are trying to claw there money back through this with the COVID-19 being an issue with the betting industry with sport.
Has anyone got any views on this, as I would like to read.
The bookmaker I play at, I have no issues with as they as far as I am concern are customer friendly.
Also.When picking a new online casino to play at, which one thing would you say is most important?
For me, it's payouts and how fast they happen.
I also read reviews about this casino
Played three different games today and had 15 free spins on each and not once di any of those free spins net me over £20 and one site I bet with and play their slots, they have not paid me out with nothing over thirty pounds at most, it seems the bookmakers have tuned these slots tuned tight to limit losses and at the same time gain massive incomes.
When I signed in with this company, as a new customer I won and it seems to me they allow you to win at the start and recoup it all when you have become a stale customer, because these bookmakers like your loyalty but do not like you to win.
Would not be surprised if these slot games have been tighten up not to pay out to recoup the hammering that Betfred had over their massive payout which they tried to slime out of and cost them more than their slots paid.
Has any other member notice this line of activity
I know it is just your luck with these things, in the old days when you have the slot machines, punters use to watch to see if it has paid out and once the machine had been vacated and nothing was returned, the nightwatchman would move in quickly and possibly hit a return after a number of customers have lost.
They all have the same profile but stay with a solid bookmaker like Betfred or Paddy Power, established ones, you know when won and withdrawn you will get your money in under a couple of hours.
I know Betfred were in the news a few months back but they do have a good selection of games and my winnings were not long waiting for, Paddy Power are fast on the button for, plenty of crazy games to play, as you put it.
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