Winnermillion Removes Pirated Games

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Blacklisted online betting site Winnermillion Casino has removed the pirated games from their website after a CL user reported the group in our forum and an investigation ensued.

A representative of the casino announced that they had pulled the offending games in our forum, with representative Fabrice writing:

After verification with netent directly, we have removed the netent games, those netent games was from one software only that proposed us, to add netent games for no setup fees, which is was good deal, and we were supposed to pay them only 20% from the GGR, which is +/- the same rate as netent.

We had no way to verify if this is real one or fake one.

As of today i confirm that all the netent games are not on our site anymore, the others games i confrim they all true.

Thank you for understanding and this is behind us.

The casino is attempting to work their way off of blacklists by removing the pirated games and trying to play nice with affiliate sites. Unfortunately for them, Casino Listings will keep the group on our blacklist, as there is simply no way to be able to trust the operator. In addition to using pirated games, the casino has failed to provide evidence of their claimed license or RNG audits, and has been asking players for credit card CVV information, which should be a huge warning sign that not everything at this casino is on the up and up.

We urge players to avoid WinnerMillion and instead play at sites that don't use bogus software.

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bgsharpe
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31 October 2017 - 9:43am
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Well, that's for sure a step in the right direction for the casino but obviously as Dustin mentioned above there is still many things to be done before they eventually been removed from the CL blacklist, at least some effort though.

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31 October 2017 - 11:46am
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it really horrible, they should remain on the blacklist. I hope there is no recovery from any blacklist reason. it becomes a consideration for any site to be careful in operating.

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31 October 2017 - 1:46pm
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We never scam any players, and you just bring false and serious accusation.

We operate for one year now, and we dont have any complaint from players, about none payment or any scam.

Casino that theft credit card, will just lose it s Processing payment !! because this generate chargebacks automatically !!

you just do not know what you're talking about. and all you want to do is buzz and feed your forums with fake article.

All we do is asking for full kyc from players in order to avoid chargebacks, when paying them, which is completely a normal procedure.

I am sure that people are more intelligent than to believe in such a false accusation.

I also hope that you will not delete my comment, given your behavior. 😕

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31 October 2017 - 2:38pm
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First of all, using pirated games is a scam by itself, not only against the rightfull owner of those games, but also against players that think they play on a game where odds of winning are fair and protected.

Then you are asking for the CVV information when a player is trying to withdraw winnings? That is absolutely not normal procedure and I hope noone gave it to you.

You also say that you have no complaints about your casino? This entire case started because of a complaint.

And if your casino is so good and legit, why dont you go on and remove the privacy protect from your domain and tell us who own the casino?

And when it comes to peoples intelligence, then they are intelligent enough to know that this is one of the most respected gambling forums, with a team that have done alot for the players for years.

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1 November 2017 - 2:30am
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Fabrice wrote:

We never scam any players, and you just bring false and serious accusation.

By your own admission you ran pirated games with a tampered RNG. That is a solid example of the very definition of scamming people. Feel free to post here exactly when you are planning to refund every player that lost even a cent on those games.

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We operate for one year now, and we dont have any complaint from players, about none payment or any scam.

Not one eh? As Caliber26 mentioned this whole thing began due to a complaint about your shady practices.

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you just do not know what you're talking about. and all you want to do is buzz and feed your forums with fake article.

I think it is quite clear that we do know exactly what we are talking about. As for the "fake news" defence that is so popular currently, lets just say that I find that the people that scream the most about fake news are usually the ones peddling it themselves.

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All we do is asking for full kyc from players in order to avoid chargebacks, when paying them, which is completely a normal procedure.

You should know full well that asking for CVV numbers is not normal. I for one have never been asked for a photo of a credit card with a CVV visible, either at a casino of which I have tried hundreds, or any other online business.

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I am sure that people are more intelligent than to believe in such a false accusation.

I also hope that you will not delete my comment, given your behavior. 😕

I also believe in our readers' intelligence and I am confident that they can tell who has their best interests at heart in this instance.

And lastly you are in no position to be lecturing anyone on behaviour when you work for (or more likely own) and defend a fraudulent casino.

Here are some questions that you could answer instead of making yourself look worse with every post:

When will you be refunding players who lost money on your pirated games? Please provide a date.

Where is your casino's license? Please provide a link to a licensing certificate with your casino's name on it. If you cannot do this you should remove the statement on your website that you are licensed.

Where is your casino's iTech Labs auditing certificate? Please provide a link to a document with your casino's name on it. If you cannot do this then you should remove the statement on your website claiming that you are audited by them.

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