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I received e-mail from this casino, Classy Coin, an RTG. I read their FAQ
US players are accepted. They offer wire transfer for withdrawal 5 to 10 days. What do you think? Have you ever played at this casino?
Looking at their website it says that they are owned and operated by Milore Limited. This is the same casino that runs Grand Parker Casino.
I can't say I have ever played there, but I wouldn't be surprised if it is an average casino at best. Its sister casino got a three star review at Casino Listings. Related casinos are usually pretty similar, so I'd say its likely that ClassyCoin is probably pretty close to Grand Parker.
Read Grand Parker's casino review here: http://www.casinolistings.com/casinos/grand-parker-casino-review
First thing I think is how did they get your email address?
Moving on from that... Yes - its the same group as Grand Parker and also the fabulously named Loco Panda. What we said on those should apply equally to Classy Coin as they are just "skins" run by the same people. In short - fairly unremarkable, stock RTG user interface, no network progressives, and they have a very similar payment system and terms as the WinPalace group i.e. they say "up to $3000 per payment" (10 business days per cycle), but they will often pay far less, such as $500 at a time.
They may in fact be ultimately owned by the same people as WinPalace but our enquiries about that have been met with evasion so we don't know for sure.
If you're desperate to try a new RTG casino you might want to give them a try, but don't expect a superior experience or fast withdrawals. We have a free chip code on the review pages though so you can try your luck with $25 free if you like.
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I get some of those random emails now, too, CL-Ed, ever since I started playing in online casinos, so I am sure they "share" lists.
Classy Coin Casino sounds like one of the names that should be in the "make up a casino name" contest thread, lol! I mean how classy can a coin be? ? *scratches head*
Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of the things, and no good thing ever dies.
I as well get those random emails, I sign up just to play for fun and pass the time. I do it on all those Hastings sites, of course if I win they will never pay. But I am getting tired of RTG games any way. It is too hard to make a deposit into an online casino from the US these days. I tend to stick with my local casino, its close and they will pay. Until its regulated online casinos that take US deposits are spotty at best.
I thank you guys for sharing your knowledge about this casino.. great info!
got them on my mailbox too... they offered a free chip that don't work at all. I don't even going to contact the live help to ask them about the reason why their offer isn't working. I have my own trustful rtg list. Don't need another rtg cowboy casino to risk my money in.
FYI, I had this casino in my spam box. I had not open the link from the e-mail instead I Google it.. then I got curious that's why I asked you guys for input. BTW, thanks everyone!
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