New Rogue Online Casino Warning
April 11, 2009
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Casinomeister has put out a rogue casino warning that all online players should know about. The casino in question is FatBet Casino. It is owned by ECM Global Ltd., powered by software from Chartwell and licensed in the Netherlands Antilles.
Casinomeister was convinced of the player’s case and contacted an affiliate of the online poker room of FatBet in order to get the low down on the deal. They informed Casinomeister that this promotion was costing FatBet a lot of money and therefore it was pulled out. Armed with this information Casinomeister went to FatBet Casino. They came up with a story that Casinomeister had heard for the first time in all his years in the industry. They said that this particular promotion was not offered by FatBet Casino but an affiliate. The promotion was set up using the affiliate’s bonus code and was subject to the affiliate’s terms and conditions. When the affiliate informed FatBet that they would not be honoring even the committed bonuses, the casino withdrew the offer for new players. The casino asked Casinomeister and the player to take up the issue with the affiliate painting itself as a victim of the affiliate’s actions. FatBet said, “We would suggest the player to get in touch with his affiliate and try to come to a resolution with him. We realize this is unfair to the player but in this case I’m afraid both the player and FatBet are victims to the irresponsibility of one affiliate.”
Casinomeister was very clear in his verdict. The casino takes the responsibility for the action of its affiliates. It was the casino that did the deal with the player and not the affiliate. Casinomeister said, “Avoid this casino at all costs.”