DIFFERENT PLAYERS, SAME ADDRESS!

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        Hello,  my 21 y.o. son would like to sign up to play at the casinos, does anyone know if he would be able to register, use bonuses, play, possibly win and cash out? We have the same home address but different email addresses :-\. I know one of you great and very knowledgeable LCB'ers can help me find the answer to this. Thanks
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        Hey girl,
        Almost ALL sites have a no duplicate account policy.  But I have read in some of the sites T & C's that if you wish to have more than one account, like for you and your son, you can contact support and see if they could make an exception.  What you DON'T want to do is have him open accounts where you already deposit and play at because almost every site has the right to close your account just because they want to. (lol)  Of course it would be after you won and were trying to w/d that they would find the duplicate account and just lock you out of the site.
        I kinda went through the same thing when my man "all of a sudden" wanted to gamble on line, I told him not to download any casino even if it wasn't on the computer anymore, chances are if it wasn't a new site, I had an account there.  Now I just let him join the new sites that come out, (almost always) since I have my old favorites that I pretty much play at all the time anyway, so I guess it's fair.

        GOOD LUCK HUN!!!!
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        Thanks Shelli ! And ur right, it would be right when I was gonna contact them to cashout. ! So I will not let him register unless I have talked to someone for approval(in writing) . Thanks
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        No problem hun, you know I'm an OG when it comes to this stuff!!! !!!!

        Good luck!!!!!! 
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        Typically what they will require is documentation to establish you both as seperate entities. He will need to register his own photo id and card information etc and even then it will require prior approval.

        Then there is the "shady method" which is to designate his part of the address with a Apt #. ie 101 A Shady Lane and your 101 shady Lane. he will also need to ensure his bank address has that in there as well. The mailman should still deliver mail normally with no problem.

        The second half of the above is that he has to be using a different IP address than the one you use. This can be done if one of you is on a wireless connection and he can hit an open signal from where you live. that, coupled with a "different address, email and credit card will "work around" the issue... but it is better to go the legit way addressed first.
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        All the terms I have ever read say specifically no dupicate accounts, family members, etc. I don't know how you would get around this, documentation or otherwise.

        Maybe some of the low end casinos might allow it, but I wouldn't play there.

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