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The question you should be asking, assuming you never played there or one of their related casinos, is how on earth did they get your mailing address? They are a sister site to WinPalace, so what we say there applies to them too.
I get stuff in the mail like that regularly too, mostly from casinos I actually play at. Its a similar situation because its illegal in Australia for an online casino to accept Australian customers, but its not illegal for a player to play. (And you thought the U.S. was weird!) And of course none of the casinos are actually in Australia, so the law is effectively useless.
I've seen plenty of mailers but Party Casino probably sent the most awesome mailer, made of cardboard and with popup sections for a circus promotion a few years back.
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i get snail mail every once in awhile. And if they are free chips i don't walk to my puter i run! If they are just deposit bonuses and nothing that extraordinary i don't bother. I can find those kind of bonuses right on line.
I';ve been getting a lot more lately, almost 2 a week lately, I do go and play the free stuff but would NEVER give them my $$$ without research!