Black list casinos
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Hey mapluche, but we have a warning sign beside every "problematic" casino in their respective reviews, and with explanations of those warnings too. Is that the kind of list you would like to see, or something else?
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- at April 03, 2012, 00:16:15
We actualy have a lot of threads about various low payout complaints and many of them i think are still ongoing discussions (well it mostly includes Topgame and RTG casinos but still i would say its something that is being talked about )
- if its a known problematic casino ( as you put it)....why even list them here on this site....people come to your site for help, advice, etc....why even list the bullshit....sorry.....find the best based on players....list the best.....help the best get more customer base......f--k the rest.....i love your site....but i came here to find respectable casinos, not a list of EVERY CASINO but some of them might fu-k me
- nikkislixx wrote:
yeah....looked there several times....and your point is??.....if i just keep clicking on those links....how great it is for you huh?
My point? Umm, a direct answer to your question.
You stated there should be a 'black list' of casinos and I pointed you in that direction.
Actually this is EXCATLY what you typed: " think we need a list of casinos that should not be playing either negative experiences of players or by personal experiences, I have often read about bad experiences but nobody opens a post about it, so hopefully this space can serve"
Seems I answered your question very directly.
There is also a list of 'top casino' based on member reviews.
There is also a list of every casino with a ranking next to it.
For any member, every one of these is important. Some may not know if a casino is reputable...gotta list the good with the bad, IMO.
You are kinda rude for being so new.. just sayin'.
- trpschick wrote:
I think that any casino that is a problem or "blacklisted" shouldnt even be given the satisfaction of even a mention on this site. Maybe if they got no publicity then people wouldnt deposit with them, forcing them to lose money and possibly change their thieving ways. JMO
Respectfully disagree. If I was new to online gambling, I would much rather see negative feedback on a casino so I could make an informed decision.
- You can create a separate blacklist and include casinos like goldvipclub. Winward casino should also be on that list based on outrageous terms and conditions. Call it a "players blacklist" and ask members to contribute. I just gave two.Rated:
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- Feelin froggy
- at April 03, 2012, 09:02:16
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if its a known problematic casino ( as you put it)....why even list them here on this site....people come to your site for help, advice, etc....why even list the bullshit....sorry.....find the best based on players....list the best.....help the best get more customer base......f--k the rest.....i love your site....but i came here to find respectable casinos, not a list of EVERY CASINO but some of them might fu-k me
The features offered here on LCB were pointed out very nicely by our members. Thank you. The information is here for you to make your own decision including the best and the worst online casinos. It's the best way to keep players educated and if you read the warnings on certain casinos and choose to proceed we automatically give you more suitable suggestions. Should you not heed the warnings then it's on you. We're laying it all out on the table for our members.
So just to recap, we have member star ratings, warnings, alternative options when you click on the link of a casino with a warning and we allow free reign for members to post and give their opinions.
We guide you as far as we can and do all but play for you.
In addition to gabby and froggy's posts I would like to add there are players that would take some kind of interesting offer from a "problematic" casino, I myself do that from time to time though very rarely. You can find THIS post a solid example of what im talking about. That is why i find information on those "problematic" sites quite usefull.
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- at April 03, 2012, 13:39:34
Note that i do not encourage anyone to do anything similar, what is advised to be avoided should be avoided at all costs. Players who are taking the risk (i underline the word risk) with rogue casinos are very experienced with those sites and have extensive knowledge of the rules there.
- mapluche wrote:
I think we need a list of casinos that should not be playing either negative experiences of players or by personal experiences, I have often read about bad experiences but nobody opens a post about it, so hopefully this space can serve
I am not sure if i understand what you mean by "nobody opens a post about it'. Players vent all the time about poor service, long delays and everything else in between.
Some are justified complaints, others are not so justified because they are either ticked off that they lost or they haven't followed the casino rules. Even when reading about bad experiences players should really read it from more than one source to confirm it.
There are players who play all the time at online casinos and the only time they post is when they are unhappy. Never do they post about winning and in reality they must be winning at some point or they wouldn't continue to play.
It may seem at times that when the LCB staff steps in on a negative post that we are just trying to justify bad practice. But trust me that is not the case. It's just trying to get very fair honest reasoning for the bad rap on a casino that is always not the entire facts.
Now a rogue casino is an entirely different story and yes they wholeheartedly deserve a bad rap!
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