Received an email from a casino called " CASINO PAR.COM"
This is a "no deposit bonus" given to
try our casino games. All players are welcome to try it.
We do require however that you register only with a validated email address (This is to reduce abuse). After validating your address you will receive a validation code that you will need to claim your free bonus
Rollover: 30x and 31 days
Maximum payout: $25 (Up to $100 with deposit)
Bonus is not cashable, only winnings
Must use validated email
Minimum of $5 play per day rule
Bonus expires in 90 daysFree $100 Bonus - Step 1: Validation
Free $100 Bonus: Casino Par has been giving out free $100 bonus to our customers who desire to try our services before depositing their own money.
However, we have had too many persons abusing the system by opening multiple accounts with multiple email addresses. This is why we now require that you verify your email address before receiving our free bonuses.
Validation for only 1.99: For a low fee of 1.99 Euro you can validate your email address. This service is provided by an independent corporation, Arcos Web, that will allow you verify that you are really a unique person and not a computerized program.
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I NEVER HEARD OF A CASINO THAT YOU HAD TO PAY TO VALIDATE AN ACCOUNT!!!!
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- K, this one looks fishy to Me as well. I to had litle luck with finding info on "CasinoPar" or Casino Par so i looked at the Independant web verifying company...
this is what I came up with:
Plus Three, LP, released ARCOS 4.0, an application built on Linux, Apache, MySQL and Perl and designed to be used by fundraising organizations. Standard features and uses of ARCOS are constituent relationship management, e-mail and link tracking, event management, social software and an on-line activism center. New features include improved real-time report generation from databases, an enterprise-class redundancy backup system, and a larger and faster user database. ARCOS' e-mail publishing feature allows users to organize and distribute e-mail lists based on a variety of factors stored in the database. The Web publishing tools offer customizable contributor pages and tell-a-friend pages. In addition, the e-mail and Web publishing tools are integrated to allow users to process up to two million messages an hour. "
Thats right, there is a software that goes by that name, not a corporate entity... hmmm curiouser and Curiouser, as Alice said...
Maybe it could be something more like this... ArcosWeb... so ran that too
which brought me to a Web design and marketing firm that has a real interesting article on mass mailings, how to get your google count up etc... and oddly a portal to their Free online casino and arcade... Yes from there it got better, going deeper into their infrastructure I found they also run a small sports betting gig...
Still interested in giving them your credit card info for 1.99 euro?
- I also tried to find info on this casino. I pretty much found what you did Jimb. I think this is just a marketing attempt to gain as much money as they can off of the 1.99.
I thought this was a European casino and not for US players and don't understand why I would be getting this spam. I guess someone has been selling email accounts and think people are foolish enough to fall for this scam. I am learning more each day about rogue casinos and marketing scams. I would never pay someone to validate an email account when reputable casinos do it free by sending you a link to your email account and all you have to do is click that link and BAM, you are verified.
Stay safe, perkypoo
- Morning mrmpou (for me at least),
The point behind the "research" for this, and the suspicions aroused by the initial searches came from the virtual lack of information available when Perky first recieved the email. It IS possible that CasinoPar is a new venture and is now fully open, thus your find, but at the time of the first posting, the total sleauthing needed to even find the casino, much less who runs it, where it is based out of atc. was somewhat suspicious.
Face it if you are doing a Grand Opening... you do it with Bells , Whistles and Fireworks, not whispers from a dark alley.
I will take a look later today and see if it still triggers my suspicious nature.
That was what the whole discussion was about, the 1.99 fee for validating the e-mail. The so called independent verifier was tracked back to the originators link, as well as having some unsavory click through properties. While a moneybookers account does give you some protection to your credit card info, Be very leery about going further and avoid, at all costs entering credit card info direct to them.
This is the first time we have seen this "E-mail verification by third party" and it's very uniqueness raises caution flags.
If possible a yellow warning flag should be attached to this thread, either by Perky as the thread starter or possibly someone in admin can assist.
(Zuga's already on top of it)
- I received in my mail a message from Par Casino (never heard of theim) for a ND bonus of $ 100,00.
$100 Free No Deposit Bonus
"Open a casino account at Casino Par and get a free $100 bonus added to your account.
•One account per household
•30 times rollover and 31 active days of betting
•maximum pay out is $50
•The following games: roulette, blackjack, craps, baccarat, or pai-gow poker will not be used in the rollover
•Payment via moneybookers, or western union for US clients
•Your Email address must be validated using our free system
•Players from Poland, Ukraine, Turkey and Argentina may not qualify for this bonus
•Spanish players are welcome, but must accept rules in English.
You can register on the following site:
"They sent you a verification code to your email, please click on it and you will receive your free bet code that you may insert into your betting account.
NOTE: It may take up to 72 hours to get your code due to high volume. However, you should receive within 24 - hours.
You do not need to contact Customer Service."
It worked for me. After a couple of minutes I received my ND Bonus of $ 100,00
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