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Hi all was given a few free spins on Grand Rush Casino a few days ago (Australian i believe)
All glitz and glamour
While playing a few free spins I reviewed the match point bonus systems operating.
100% x 50 wagering 100%+x 60 wagering. free spins x60 wagering.
Then right at the end of rules and conditions you are told max withdrawal playing any bonus or free spins is $1,000 and if you happen to win a jackpot of some type you will be paid out at a few thousand a month or at the discretion of the casino.
How many dodgy casinos operate this system?
Well CL-Ed I have noticed you making players aware of 1 or 2 casinos operating with these conditions but never thought an Australian Casino would try and use these conditions.
You may very well have a few complaints heading your way.
Don't forget - there are no legitimate Australian online casinos as it is illegal to operate an online casino from Australia. However there are many, many Australian themed casinos, but that is a big difference. We warn Australian visitors against playing at Aussie themed casinos as most of them are really new sites set up by opportunistic scammers running crooked operations from Curacao, Russia, or who knows where else.
As for the bonus issue, there are some casinos that limit the amount that you can win off a deposit bonus (as opposed to all of them limiting the winnings from a free chip). Personally I would never claim a deposit bonus that has the withdrawal capped. You don't want to score a huge win and find that you can only keep a small portion of it. It is nothing but a lame trick used by dishonest casinos that are trying to avoid having to pay out the biggest wins.
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I recently read an article that since the global lockdown and the increase in online gambling searches and players looking for something to break the boredom Thier has been an increase in shady casinos opening to take advantage of new players who wouldnt know what to look out for, I personally have seen a lot of Australian themed casinos recently open and shady they most certainly are
It would be rather helpful if you listed the rogue casinos instead of mentioning play it safe and consult your list of rogue casinos and warning.
By listing a casino whom players have commented of problems at least gives the novices and others a warning where ever they operate or are based.
Lambino, that would not surprise me at all if true.
cableway20878, if you follow that link to our list of rogue casinos you will see that there are so many that I can't list them on every page or comment I make. That's the point of having a dedicated page.
Unfortunately we can't possibly keep up with or catch them all as there are thousands of casino sites and the shadiest ones come and go on a monthly basis. This forum also serves the purpose of enabling punters to share their experience and warn others.
We try to make people aware of the warning signs to look out for, but of course only a tiny percentage of people probably ever visit our site. Sadly it seems that a lot of people only start doing their research after they have deposited their money at a casino they found.
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