Casino Club Casinos - Blacklisted for not paying players and trying to strong-arm affiliates
11 March 2009
It’s a sad day when we have to blacklist online casinos, but we will do everything in our power to protect players from unscrupulous online casinos, poker rooms and affiliate programs.
This problem is two-fold. First off, Casino Club has refused to play a legitimate player that was lucky enough to win a very large amount. Secondly, the marketing department of this group of online casinos and poker rooms is trying to strong-arm affiliates with a new term introduced into their contracts which states that, basically, if an affiliate stops promoting their sites, the contract is null and void, and the affiliate will not be paid any monies due.
Which boils down to the fact that affiliates, such as us here at Games and Casino, will no longer have any leverage in trying to help solve any player complaints/problems that arise with this group of online casinos and poker rooms. Thus, we have to bite the bullet and stop promoting this group. If we can’t protect players, then there is no way that we’re going to promote them.
We strongly urge all players to stay far away from Casino Club’s casinos and poker rooms and affiliate program which are:
- Casino Club
- Casino Club Poker
- Poker Kings
- Slots Club
- Affiliate Club
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Could all the legal online gambling action involving Canada lead to some online casinos to drop Canadian players? This could be one explanation to the sudden emails sent out by Bwin Interactive, Paddy Power and Casino Club announcing they will no longer take Canadian players effective Sept. 24th 2010. Another interesting development is that all these casinos run the Boss Media software. There is no explanation in the email about why other than citing “new regulations” as the cause.Read full article