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.