Personally I think any online site that has bet size restrictions that aren't enforced by the software should be immediately classified as rogue and untrusted, but nobody every asked my opinion.
So if you had lost on that > $10 spin , would they have contacted you to reimburse you the $10? Since it was a spin that you had no chance of winning on
No casino in the history of online casinos has ever done that.
I'm still fuming at InterTops who invited me to play a bonus, which I did. However, one of the many T&C was the bonus had to be played with "new money." I played it with money already in my account. It seems reasonable to me that if you are invited to play a bonus it implies you're eligible. In retrospect, I should have moved my money in and out after every bonus, causing both of us more of a hassle.
Well thank you. I play all over almost everyday notblarge amount but I do know to be careful with restrictions it was an error, they now this. How. An i file a compmai t or warn others about this at Lincoln.
We invite you to file a casino rep complaint at our sister site LCB.org. However, I tend to think the casino will say "rules are rules." It may serve as a warning to other players though.
All online casinos have max bet rule when taking a bonus. With that said if you wish us to look deeper into your case and contact this casino on your behalf please visit our main site and post complaint at https://lcb.org/onlinecasinobonusforum/player-complaints . One of our Mods will be more than happy to assist you
And every single solitary one of them should be enforced in the software. It's 2020. You take a bonus that restricts games or bet sizes, the software prohibits you from playing the wrong game or bet size. If not, the casino should be blacklisted.
INetBet uses RTG which I know for a fact allows the operator to restrict games based on an active bonus. Last I checked they don't use that feature of RTG. Why? They want people to play the wrong game so they can freeroll the player. Lose on a prohibited game, and they keep your money. Win on a prohibited game ... "oops, you broke our terms, we'll be nice and not steal your deposit because we're great guys. The terms was quite clearly stated on line 147 of our 557 lines of bonus terms and conditions. Don't be stupid next time."
If LCB and that dimwit Casinomeister and the other "reputable" casino listing sites blacklisted every casino that didn't enforce restrictions through their software, then within one month every "reputable" casino would have that feature.