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        I have a question for you guys.  I got my roommate started playing online casinos.  The thing is he and I registered the same address with the casinos and we also have the same IP address.  I don't know if this is against the casino's Term and condition. 
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        In the T & C at a lot of casinos it says "one account per household" so it could be a problem even though you are only room mates.

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        thanks blue,

        I should have known this
        he registerred with several casinos, but he didn't win nothing.  If he won, they problly wouldnt pay him.  I have to stop him now before he run to payout problem later


        blueday wrote:

        In the T & C at a lot of casinos it says "one account per household" so it could be a problem even though you are only room mates.

        blue
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        TAAAADAAAA,

        Not only is it a T&C faux pas, many casinos look at it as having multiple accounts and wil freeze all accounts involved, potentially seizing any moneys on deposit. In your case where you Do deposit often at a variety of casino's that would be my big concern.

        But being a depositer does have it's advantages. Find out which casinos the two of you share and contact them through live chat to explain the situation. Offer to "prove" that you are two separate and distinct entities (verifying with the fax back info) and it is possible they will accept that. It is also possible they will lock your roomates account... or yours so be sure you have no current balance or transaction pending.

        For the future, do either of you use a laptop with wireless capability? If so, search for an open unsecured wireless signal and have one of you use that signal for playing. it will give you a separate IP login number and bypass the IP issue. One further precaution, as you both have the same address is when your roomate registers at future shared sites add a #1 after the street address. this will give the appearance of a apartment type residence. If you already live in an apartment type residence just add an "A" to the apartment #.

        In most cases the post office will still use the primary address for mail delivery, but I am not sure how it will affect deposit attempts. it may be a problem with direct deposit from a credit card as address and billing statements will not match, but should not have any affect if your roomate uses an Ewallet.
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        Jimbeaux wrote:

        TAAAADAAAA,

        But being a depositer does have it's advantages. Find out which casinos the two of you share and contact them through live chat to explain the situation. Offer to "prove" that you are two separate and distinct entities (verifying with the fax back info) and it is possible they will accept that. It is also possible they will lock your roomates account... or yours so be sure you have no current balance or transaction pending.

        For the future, do either of you use a laptop with wireless capability? If so, search for an open unsecured wireless signal and have one of you use that signal for playing. it will give you a separate IP login number and bypass the IP issue. One further precaution, as you both have the same address is when your roomate registers at future shared sites add a #1 after the street address. this will give the appearance of a apartment type residence. If you already live in an apartment type residence just add an "A" to the apartment #.


        This is what I did when I did the same. We sent in all info, the casino said "OK This is good" as it proved we were not the same.

        (From what I know, my old roomie is over in Iraq and I hope he's OK)

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