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21 January 2020 - 10:52pm

6black cancelling withdrawal

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Hi,

Obviously I can see now that 6black is not a good casino d'oh. Anyway, I am looking to see if there is any way I can persuade them to pay the €10k that I won. I put the withdrawal request in for 9k and left 1300 in m6 account, they cancelled the withdrawal and took another 1050 off my balance leaving me with my initial deposit of 250. They are claiming that I played games with the bonus funds that I shouldn't have but even looking in their T&C's I can't see that clause and can't see how they can justify the whole amount if there was such a clause.
I have emailed them, they replied and I replied back, I was wondering if there is any legal threat I can throw at them to try and get them to cough up any money?
Any help or advice would be appreciated.

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22 January 2020 - 6:45am
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Hi Gazzzza, I'm afraid you're out of luck on this one. I can see on their site they are operated by a company called Alpha Interactive Solutions N.V. which we know to be associated with the AffPower / Gametech group of rogue casinos. I just checked in case we had missed them but no, they are already on our blacklist. It didn't matter what you did - they would have found or invented a reason not to pay you.

This operator is a basically an Israeli owned organised criminal operation that have been preying on unsuspecting players for years. Their casinos like 6Black are "licensed" in Curacao which is worthless for players. They are effectively unregulated and there is no official support or help for you in a dispute.

I usually tell people in the UK like yourself to stick to UK licensed casinos instead of Curacao rip-off joints like this one. But just the other day via another complaint here we found out that somehow one of these crooks casinos was licensed by the UKGC. So you can't even rely on that as a measure of safety any more.

I think your only real course of action is to try to recover your deposited money. If they refuse to refund you (which they likely will) then talk to whoever you used to deposit funds (bank, credit card company etc) about charging back the funds. The casino will hate it and most likely ban you from ever playing at any of their sites again, but in reality that would be doing you a favour.

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22 January 2020 - 10:10am
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Thanks, I feared as much, hey ho, you live and learn.

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22 January 2020 - 6:57pm
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Sorry to hear about your bad luck with those jerks. 🙁

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23 January 2020 - 1:50pm
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Oh, I am sorry to hear about your situation. I had similar experience a few times long before.
I hope that you would have bigger win in other good casinos!!!

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24 January 2020 - 2:25am
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Gazzzza wrote:

Hi,

Obviously I can see now that 6black is not a good casino d'oh. Anyway, I am looking to see if there is any way I can persuade them to pay the €10k that I won. I put the withdrawal request in for 9k and left 1300 in m6 account, they cancelled the withdrawal and took another 1050 off my balance leaving me with my initial deposit of 250. They are claiming that I played games with the bonus funds that I shouldn't have but even looking in their T&C's I can't see that clause and can't see how they can justify the whole amount if there was such a clause.
I have emailed them, they replied and I replied back, I was wondering if there is any legal threat I can throw at them to try and get them to cough up any money?
Any help or advice would be appreciated.

Thanks

Bluff them out of their seats. People like this are only good at stealing, and the first mention of any sort of authority and they start panicking. Tell them you're going to contact whoever you have to in order to get your winnings that you Rightfully won, or they can just make things easy and pay you. They wont give a shit of course. Give them a couple days and go back and Tell them something along the lines of " you've contacted the proper authorities in this matter, and they have instructed you to save all emails, and transaction reports, your gameplay history if it's available, chat logs, anything like that, and let them know you've done exactly that.
(Make sure this info is easily accessible for you to get before you use it to try and bluff them. )

Keep throwing in the conversations you have that you've broken no t&c, that you have rightfully won money, its against the law to withhold any winnings like they are.
Tell them to mail you a cheque instead of providing your bank info for a wire transfer though.
This has all worked for me a couple times in the past, and they mailed me cheques that were 100% legit. It takes some perseverance and patience on your part but keep throwing the pressure at them, maybe you'll get lucky and they'll pay you.
Also let them know the power of social media and you're telling everyone you know on these casino review sites about what they have done to you. Good luck

Gazzzza

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