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    Lightbulb Beware of cheating at online casino gambling

    There are many casino gambling sites which offers free bonuses. Some sites attract by giving you exciting bonuses. but beware... there may be malicious activities or they do not offers fair casino games. Check the security seals on sites which make confirm that sites offer secure gaming. Do not rush after bonus... Make sure about site offers safe playing environment.

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    Hi Casinolover,
    I thank you very much for the warning, but do you have proof of such activities or is this just a general "BEWARE OF CASINO BONUSES"
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    All the more reason to check a few portals before committing. Their business is to write reviews and offer in depth information on the casinos at which you play.

    Often, they write breakdowns of the most important points involved in bonuses - such as wagering requirements and exceptions.

    A general warning, such as the post above, doesn't get it - this is exactly why we're here

    This business isn't just about making money, you know. We're about protecting players and trying to take good care of our traffic. It's too hard to get to just offer a link and throw them out there, sink or swim.

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    Default Re : Beware of cheating at online casino gambling

    Thanks for remembering and bringing awareness in this aspect of casino gambling offers. I trust that you are really a good online casino lover and keep posting like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntaus View Post
    All the more reason to check a few portals before committing. Their business is to write reviews and offer in depth information on the casinos at which you play.

    Often, they write breakdowns of the most important points involved in bonuses - such as wagering requirements and exceptions.

    A general warning, such as the post above, doesn't get it - this is exactly why we're here

    This business isn't just about making money, you know. We're about protecting players and trying to take good care of our traffic. It's too hard to get to just offer a link and throw them out there, sink or swim.

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    This is a very good post. Some portals take this for granted and just put up any casino. You must use a reputable portal. We want to make sure our players are only playing at the best and that they will be paid when they win. Many of us have learned the hard way with a lot of casinos
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    I agree also.

    When I first started my portal, I joined affiliate programs where they offered the highest commision etc, and after a while of hanging around forums like this, I could see which casinos weren't treating their players fairly - I looked around on reputable portals and made sure that I only offer casinos on my portal that are fair and are treat their players how I would like to be treated.

    When I tried to close one particular affiliate account down, I received an email back stating how great the conversions are with them, and giving me all the talk - My reply was simple - I don't want to promote a rogue casino, no matter what the conversion rates are.

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    Default to bad sites have to cheat...

    well.. thats just to bad.. if you play straight u make even more money

    ive been playing at roiscasino and that works great!

    hope that this sites just vansih.. but who am i kidding.. thats not going to happen :P just watch out!

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    Don't thinks casinos cheated with me , still felt like . I should have paid more attention to the T&C .
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    This is exactly why Affiliate Guard Dog was formed. The Organization has its own site investigating and negotiating changes to casino T&Cs - but if you walk your mouse 2 forums up the public list here on GPWA, you will find postings on casino T&Cs.

    A really great site is the Casinomeister - which is a player forum reporting on all player issues. Unfortunately, the Meister has decided, in view of US legislation, not to advocate US oriented casinos any longer - so we are caught short in that regard.

    The APCW has weekly videos discussing and reporting on our Industry - and many investigations reported are about rogue casinos or casinos with bad terms. This Organization posts in the General Chatter forum regularly with links to videos.

    Also, most portals will warn you to read, or copy for later reading, T&Cs of your favored casino.

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    you should pay much attention on that. It's always better to check every website before joining

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    I would recommend checking out the sites that are in any affiliate program, before you join! A simple google search of the sites will reveal if the affiliate is representing bad sites. Just that simple step will tell you volumes about the honesty of the program you are thinking of joining.
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    Default T&Cs

    Yes - you should have read the T&Cs, however, isn't it our responsibility to help decipher them for our visitors - for example, saying things like , you specifically have to do X, Y and Z to get your free bonus, then you should consider quitting (that's my usual advice!).

    I also only make referrals and recommendations to sites I have signed up with and used personally, and I ask everyone else who writes for us to do the same - that way you can explain the login/registration process a little too (gives you more to say for one thing - unique content etc!).

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