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- £10 FREE WELCOME BONUS TERMS & CONDITIONS
1. To join Prospect Hall Casino and to claim your claim your £10 Welcome Bonus you must open a Betable account and register a form of payment. To claim your 100% First Deposit Bonus and Free Spins, you must make a deposit. 2. These promotions are only open to players who: a) are aged 18 years or over b) are located in a jurisdiction where it is lawful to participate in this promotion; c) have never previously opened a Betable account 3. By claiming these promotions you agree to to be bound by these Terms & Conditions and the General Bonus Terms and Conditions. 4. The First Deposit Bonus and the £10 Free Welcome Bonus will expire after 30 days if wager requirements are not met. 5. The promoter of the First Deposit Bonus Promotion and £10 Free Welcome Bonus is Betable Ltd. 6. We reserve the right to withdraw or amend these Terms & Conditions at any time and for any reason, and will not be liable to you for doing so.
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7. You must register a valid debit or credit card to your account to receive your £10 Welcome Bonus. No deposit is required, but we will verify your card by processing and voiding a small transaction of up to £1.01. You will not be charged and this transaction should not appear on your statement. 8. The maximum accumulated win using bonus funds awarded from your £10 bonus is £100. You will not be allowed to withdraw greater than £100 of winnings related to this bonus. Balance associated with this bonus in excess of £100 will be void. 9. This £10 Welcome Bonus offer is valid from October 10, 2015 until December 14, 2015.
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I can't understand these casinos! They allow you to register, but than you can't play because of the jurisdicition, can't they simply not allow you to register?
I couldn't agree more! A total waste of my time.
The pop up telling me gambling for real money appearantly isn't allowed in my jurisdiction came after I gave them my details. Even though I'm not allowed to play for real they did send me a welcome email to verify my account. Hoping the pop up I got on the website was a glitch, I clicked to verify my account and it worked perfectly. Untill I tried to claim the welcome bonus, at that point I got the same pop up again.
Why would they let you open an account only to, immediately after opening the account, tell you you can't play? There's no logic in what they are doing, they'll end up with numerous dormant/inactive accounts.
I have a bad feeling about this casino and it keeps getting worse. It's almost like they're not really a casino. They don't want people to play there, only open an account so they can collect personal details or something like that. Or is that just me?
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