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I know that Lock Casino is a piece of flaming garbage, but I decided to take a look at their site after hearing some more bad stuff about their finances suffering again.
The result I got was a website that took over a minute to load and had a white screen with very basic text going on. Is this the final nail in the coffin? Is the site closing shop finally?
I have never heard of this casino before. I guess I am out of the loop on this one.
I don't know but I think maybe that domain you found isn't the actual casino one, not that I could find the real one either. It has been years since I looked at them.
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Is this the RTG Casino of which the logo is a black diamond ??
If this is the one, I checked with this casino about 5~6 months ago.
I asked many things including withdrawal time, because I saw some review that it took very long time for a withdrawal.
As I remember, the live chat agent told me that it might take quite a long time due to their internal issues.
I asked again like it might take one week or so, and the agent answer me that it could take longer.
It was pretty surprising that they kind of admitted a long-taking withdrawal.
So, I decided not to play here.
And, I remember that I tried to logged in this casino 2~3 months ago and I was locked, so I erased this downloaded application.
And now, when I searched for it in the google, it shows the webpage above with .org
It is very strange
Yes that is the one. They have been slow paying people for years. They were actually run well for a while but had some funds seized by the U.S. government at some stage. After that it was all downhill with players on both the poker and casino sites waiting months, if not years, to get their money. Poker players were trading their balances for cents on the dollar. Then it was revealed that the owner was paying to fly poker players and affiliates to a castle in Europe for weekend parties / conferences and stuff like that while they were claiming that they had no money to pay players.
I'm marking them as closed as I can't find their site either. Even if they are somehow still open, they don't pay anyone so they may as well be closed.
ok thats not the best news
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