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Win Trillions Closes Shop

Internet casino Win Trillions has closed its doors, citing money issues as the impetus for closing their doors.

Win Trillions is powered by Playtech and closed its doors less than two years after it was founded. The casino was licensed in Alderney and is owned by Ledonford Ltd, who also owns Conga Lotto Aposta Euromilhoes.

Although it is closing shop, Win Trillions is promising to pay players all the money that it owes them.

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auCL-Ed
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4 June 2015 - 2:13am
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Now why am I not surprised? I was distinctly unimpressed by this casino for a whole host of reasons. There is of course the stupid name, then the the lack of adequate SSL encryption that left customer logins vulnerable to interception, and a bunch of rookie errors and problems that made me extremely wary - hence the pretty scathing review.

I really do hope that players with money in this casino have their balances returned.

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5 June 2015 - 7:26am
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I never heard of them. As a business owner, It always saddens me when a business closes. It seems that the bad review was mainly due to encryption issues. That was fixable. Maybe there was more to it than a bad name and a faulty website

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8 June 2015 - 4:50am
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Oh definitely. We see a lot of casinos come and go fairly quickly. People think that it's a simple case of opening up a casino and cashing in but they soon find out that there are hundreds (if not thousands) of competitors, many of which have the exact same games, and it's not an easy thing to stand out from the crowd.

So if you open one like these guys did and get some fundamental basics wrong, like the non-existant encryption, or the many other problems we noted, why would anyone trust you? I think the end result is an endorsement of our review's skepticism.

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