Casino Tropez Review
Casino Tropez is an online casino with games supplied by Playtech. It is operated by Imperial E-Club Limited and is registered under the jurisdiction of Antigua and Barbuda. Last updated: August 5, 2016.
Review of Casino Tropez
Casino Tropez is a Playtech powered casino that is operated under the control of the long-standing Euro Partners group, itself a subsidiary of gambling software developer and service provider Playtech. This group has an ordinary reputation due to years of customer hostile actions including confiscation of winnings for so-called "bonus abuse", and the use of predatory terms and conditions to both stall and prevent players from claiming their winnings.
Warning, rogue progressive payment policy
The operators of this and related casinos are a set of companies that includes Imperial E-Club Limited and Universe Entertainment Services Malta Limited. They are better known as Euro Partners and they are ultimately owned by Playtech itself. Over their many years of operation, we have received many complaints that commonly centre around the issue of "bonus abuse" and the casinos' interpretation of it. This operator tends to lean towards the "if you won with a bonus, you're an abuser" end of the scale. That alone is a bad thing, but what cements a place on the blacklist for this casino is its predatory withdrawal policy that limits the amount that you can withdraw each month to €9,990.
8.4.4 You are aware of and agree that players are allowed to withdraw not more than $9,990/£9,990/€9,990/AU$9,990/R99,900/DKK74,990/NOK74,990/SEK99,900/ZAR99,900 per month. if the amount to be withdrawn is greater than $9,990/£9,990/€9,990/AU$9,990/R99,900/DKK74,990/NOK74,990/SEK99,900/ZAR99,900 the remaining amount will be placed back to the player's account, allowing the player to withdraw additional funds the following month in accordance with this term. the foregoing applies also to withdrawals of progressive jackpots.
That might not appear to be so bad at first glance, particularly to a small depositor. But consider what would happen if you were to win a multi-million Euro jackpot with one of your small deposits. Thats right - this rogue casino would string you along, potentially for decades, while paying you out at the monthly rate. Making that even more galling is the fact that Playtech passes on the money to the casino in one lump sum when the jackpot is won, so there is absolutely no reason for them to hold onto the money like that apart from pure greed and hostility towards their own customers.
There really isn't much more that need be said on the subject of this casino. Look past the flashy design and the marketing spin, and you will see that this casino is one of the poorer options for those of you that enjoy Playtech's games. There are far better, more reliable and trustworthy casinos that offer the same games. The fact that this casino and its siblings are run by Playtech itself is a disgrace, and it speaks volumes for its attitude towards its own customers.