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24 January 2019 - 5:04pm

New suspicious casinos (RTG)

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Hey, guys,

I found two RTG casinos - TrueBlue and Bet247.
Both casinos seem to accept players from Australia and New Zeal Land only.

I hope that these two casinos could be a good options for players in both countries.

Please, share your good or bad experience.

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24 January 2019 - 7:13pm
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I'm pretty sure it's New Zealand mate 😉

As for the casinos it's a good job from you of discovering new ones...and hopefully we would read some reviews here in case they would ever beeing available in other regions of the world as well.

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25 January 2019 - 12:52am
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I looked up True Blue Casino. It appears to be new but it looks suspicious to me as an Australian, full of spelling and grammatical errors. Anyway I stopped looking when I checked some of the phrases in the T&Cs and found that the entire terms are identical to Palace of Chance Casino, part of the rogue Virtual Casino Group. Rogue, rogue, rogue. Adding it to the blacklist now.

Well done Australian government. This is what happens when you ban regulated casinos. The criminals come in and fill the void.

Bet247, nothing much to say about that one. Nothing sticks out, though people from NZ probably want to avoid it because it does not allow them to claim bonuses. It does not appear to be connected to TrueBlue. As always with new RTG casinos, be extremely careful.

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25 January 2019 - 3:29pm
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When I found these casinos, I didn't carefully read the T&Cs, Ooops.
TrueBlue is just going straight to the blacklist 🙂

I have changed the title of this thread 🙂

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27 January 2019 - 6:34pm
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Not sure if they’re suspicious but I just wish they would allow players from South Africa to register!

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28 January 2019 - 5:44am
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Oh, they are more than just suspicious. True Blue is surely rogue. Bet247 might be mediocre or bad...

You can find old and good RTG casinos like Springbok, Thunderbolt etc.

Good luck there 🙂

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28 January 2019 - 7:27am
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coolsongss wrote:

Oh, they are more than just suspicious. True Blue is surely rogue. Bet247 might be mediocre or bad...

You can find old and good RTG casinos like Springbok, Thunderbolt etc.

Good luck there 🙂

I agree with coolsongss for Thunderbolt and Springbok as 2 great choices for south Africa tarynchristiane. Check the blacklist on Casino Listings and browse through the info on rogue casinos and the groups you should avoid. It will more than likely save you from making any mistakes in the future.
The more you know the better off you will be.

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28 January 2019 - 7:29am
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Oops, I think I just hit the report button on a message above, my bad, I never meant too.

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28 January 2019 - 9:55pm
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Oops, I think I just hit the report button on a message above, my bad, I never meant too.

LoL...it's you again man!?! 😛

Don't worry, I've done that before as well...at least once...there's no consequences so far...beside Ed's bad mood of having to read an empty reports I guess 🙂

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12 June 2019 - 1:24pm
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True blue are absolute rubbish!! Been waiting for a pay out for months!! Finally got to the stage of wiring my withdrawal. They emailed me that my bank statement address had to be the same as my current address. So I fixed that up. Sent a photo (they can could also follow that up themselves). Now..!! They won’t answer NY correspondence what so ever!!

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13 June 2019 - 6:58am
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Sorry Antward, make sure you search around before playing at any casino these days. I would go so far as to say that the majority of casinos now accepting Australians, especially all the ones that have popped up over the past 12 months, are verging on being outright scams. Many are run by rogue operators that have been ripping off Americans for years and now we've adopted similar laws to the Americans they have just expanded their crooked empires with sites specifically targeting Aussies.

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13 June 2019 - 7:08am
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I feel like when it comes to rogue casinos, RTG ones are one of the worst.. I try to avoid RTG casinos altogether as I've had some really bad experiences.

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