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Please sum1 help ...the link below is easier than explaining as it proves my claim and situation with screenshots etc
Sorry, it sounds like you found another shonky casino set up recently to reel in unsuspecting Australians.
All I can say is the more "Aussie" a casino sounds, the more likely it is to be a con. When you see names including words like Bonza, Pokies, Mate, Roo, Gday etc in a recently opened casino, run far away.* None of them are Australian owned, none are licensed or regulated, and realistically there is very little anyone can do to make them pay you.
They have all been set up in the last 18 months in response to the government and ACMA crackdown on online gambling. The result of course was that all the legitimate operators closed their doors to Australians and the cockroaches came out from behind the cupboards to fill the gap in the market.
* The only exception I can think of is Emu Casino who have been around for a long time.
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It's a sad state of affairs for you guys, and you're seeing what we've been dealing with in the US for years. Unfortunately, it looks like it'll be a while before your government gets its act together and sees that it's better to regulate good sites rather than letting bad ones run amok.
Wherever there's a black market of anything, the criminals will be there to fill the void left by a potential legal, regulated alternative. This is so obvious.
oh boy this casino has no licence at all not even a crappy
curacao licence i don't think that treena will ever see her
money. fortunately, she apparently only deposited $ 20
it is really a shame that some governments do not manage
to regulate this market, in germany it is exactly the same,
nothing is regulated and online gambling is actually illegal
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