Lock Casino Blacklisted

Lock Casino Blacklisted

Lock Casino and its poker room have been disappointing players this year with delays in processing payments and as of late, players are lucky to get paid period. LCB, as well as other affiliates, have made attempts to contact them but our emails have gone unanswered. It’s for this reason that we’ve added Lock Casino to our Blacklist.

Has Lock fallen off the face of the earth? At first glance, LockCasino.eu seems to be up and running; however there have been reports that the download or Instant Play software is not functioning. We attempted to register a new account to check things out but we ended up in a constant loop. Another red flag is that its Live Chat is no longer available either. When clicking on the support link, we received a browser notification revealing that Lock’s security certificate had expired 71 days ago. Besides recent reports of a few players logged in, it seems that the folks at Lock Casino have packed up and moved.

The brand, which features Real Time Gaming and BetSoft software, started out with a bang as players raved about the fast payouts, plus they have always accepted American players. This didn’t last long as players were reporting issues over the past few years. There’s also been some question about whether or not they actually purchased the Revolution Gaming Network.

LCB initially placed Lock Casino on the warning list over the last few years and they managed to salvage their reputation for a short time getting back into our good graces. That was short lived as they were added back to our warning list just over a year ago and have remained there ever since.

LCB strongly urges members to avoid Lock Casino. The way things are going players probably wouldn’t get very far anyway. We will be updating our Lock Casino review to reflect all of these shenanigans.

  • I was very surprised to see Lock casino is still around. I remember when they were a great casino and i liked them a lot. After i started hearing about the many problems people were having there i stopped playing and forgot all about them. Now they are on the blacklist.
  • I"m actually quite surprised at this, as when I joined Lock Casino, they seemed to have almost a cult following of people who love the casino so much they rarely played elsewhere. I hadn't heard much about it until the addition to the Blacklist. Obviously I hadn't played there in quite a while, and I definitely won't now! Thanks to LCB for keeping up to date with which casinos to avoid like the plague!
  • In fact I had never play at Lock Casino but I'm very glad that LCB once again do a great job to blacklist this casino. Hope that every single one of their customers will receive his money back even with the delay in payments. For me the prove of guilt is the fact that they don't respond to the LCB mails.
  • I want to once again thank LCB, our forum is always spot on when it comes to identifying the casino sites that are detrimental to our gambling enjoyment. LCB has been warning players for some time now about Lock Casino. Usually when LCB puts a casino site on their warning this, well, I don't have to be told twice, I avoid them like the plague. Even though this does happen, I mean casino's finding themselves in a difficult financial circumstance, they should be honest and upfront with their loyal players. One day they will change their name and try to start over again, like they are a brand new site and they've done nothing wrong, but LCB usually can see right threw that and make everyone aware of their newest deception. So for those that deserve it, be warned, their watching you..........
  • what initially started as a promising casino/poker room years ago, turned out to be one of the worst operations ever.
  • I remember that from the first look I think they were really awesome. But I had really many problems with logging in, there was no way I could contact support so after all I am not really surprised about this. But it is a bit sad as another casino with RTG proves they should be avoided, it's hard to find a RTG casino that have fast payouts and are trustworthy.
  • did not even knew that Lock brand still existed until this article. the owner of it caused a big financial prejudice to the whole Revolution gaming network, ex-Cake and stole lots of players money never paying them. this happened around 2013 and with stolen money he invested in the Lock's brand new move which was a fail and knew there was ended. to learn that they are still active is a shock and at fault are the gamblers that don't do a little google search before depositing to obscure places...

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