So, we put the bad guys on a list for everyone to see …and to make sure no one ever joins one of these shady casinos in the future.
It’s not easy …or even foolproof …but one way to do it is to refer to a blacklist. They’re added to these lists because customers complained about how they were being mistreated or stolen from – with proof.
But …not every casino’s as keen to give your money back. So, the question then becomes, how do you separate the wheat from the chaff? How the heck do you know which casinos are safe to join …and, which ones you should avoid like the plague?
Unfortunately, they run rampant online and make up the majority of choices you have.
These casinos – rogue or scam casinos – are exactly the types you want to avoid.
First, let me say that there’s no universal blacklist.
You’re not going to find the same casinos on every blacklist you come across online.
There should be, though, since it’s hard to deny when a casino or business has screwed over their customers. Each website compiles their own list using their own biases, experiences, research and resources.
However, while each list may be different, the reasons for adding a casino to the list are often the same.
It’s because the casino pulled one of the following shenanigans. A scam casino will rip off their games and/or alter them in such a way that they’re given the advantage (on top of the advantage these games already give casinos).
A scam casino may also tweak their free practice games to favor players to encourage them to play the lesser “fair” paid games.
For whatever reason the casino won’t pay a player his or her winnings.