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7 January 2019 - 3:55pm

Any changes to these blacklisted casinos?

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Hi. I signed on to this site to see if I could get any information on Prism Casino and on Slots of Vegas Casino. Unfortunately, they are both black listed. I have been waiting for payouts since the first of October. Has anyone else had dealings with them?

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7 January 2019 - 6:46pm
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Hey Dplacey, and welcome to the site. Usually the casinos that have been blacklisted have shown repeated bad behavior when it comes to doing shady things. I have heard the SoV has very slow payout times, and that they can work to find ways to disqualify you from getting winnings with bad terms.

Have you heard anything back from them on your requests? If you can give us a bit more information, it would probably be a good start to trying to get you your winnings.

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7 January 2019 - 9:44pm
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Thanks for getting back to me. It appears that a payout from SofV has been approved. Of course, I know from experience that it isn’t going to be here any time soon. It was approved on1/2.
The bigger problem is Prism. I have one from 10/1 and two from 11/2 that are still showing as pending. I have asked for wire transfer for the two on 11/2 and a check for 10/1.

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7 January 2019 - 11:00pm
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Sadly those guys are among the worst. They have been ripping off people for well over 15 years now. The stalling is deliberate. They hope you will get frustrated and give up, or reverse your withdrawals and lose your winnings in the casino. Nothing much you can do except wait it out and see if they pay.

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7 January 2019 - 11:10pm
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Thanks for the info, as sad and upsetting as it is Sad. I won’t make plans to spend it any time soon.... However, I can tell you that I won’t be wasting any more $$$$$ on a casino that doesn’t have the courtesy to pay when due!

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8 January 2019 - 12:05am
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I'm sorry we can't be of more help. These casinos and others belonging to the same ownership have been frustrating people for as long as this site as been running. They were originally set up and run by a conman and convicted fraudster who left the United States after being released from federal prison and ended up starting his little casino empire. They claim he is no longer involved but we don't believe that for a minute, and regardless of whether he is or not, they are still being run the same way.

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8 January 2019 - 12:59am
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Thank you CL. So sad because they draw you in with the low playthrough. Guess the wise players know not to fall for it. if it seems too good to be true..........

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Thank you CL. So sad because they draw you in with the low playthrough. Guess the wise players know not to fall for it. if it seems too good to be true..........

Don't be hard on yourself, I bet most of the wise players even had to learn a tough lesson or two in their past. I know I've had a few tough ones to go through myself.

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2 February 2019 - 9:59am
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Don't be hard on yourself, I bet most of the wise players even had to learn a tough lesson or two in their past. I know I've had a few tough ones to go through myself.

Ha-ha, so that makes you a...wise player man? Wink Is that what you saying there!?! Tongue

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3 February 2019 - 9:19am
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WaroftheGods wrote:

Don't be hard on yourself, I bet most of the wise players even had to learn a tough lesson or two in their past. I know I've had a few tough ones to go through myself.

This is true. I also had some bad experience with two rogue casinos. And actually, because of that bad experience, I happened to find CasinoListings some years ago.

New players can get into a rogue casino, and lose money to them, but in this case, you would better move on to other good casinos, hoping that the loss were not too big for the unlucky player.

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4 February 2019 - 11:32pm
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Does RTG's "Central Dispute System" or whatever it's called do anything in situations like this? I find it perpetually amazing that RTG lets their name get dragged through the mud by these fraudulent operations by continuing to let them license their games.

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5 February 2019 - 4:40am
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Nope, not in my experience. Its a faux mediator set up by RTG that pretends to solve disputes. But I don't think I have ever come across anyone who has been successfully helped by them.

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5 February 2019 - 8:06am
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Probably, the CDS is mentioned in all RTG casinos, good or bad.
So, those good who are only showing CDS are also hypocritical with it.

They would be better certified by reputable institutions.

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