Online Casino Scams
Online Casinos: How The Scams Work
Are you a gambler? There are many reputable online casinos out there, but many are fraudulent. The scams occur every payout time and sometimes during the actual games, with the dealer pulling a fraudulent move (see in the video below). When it comes to the payout time scams, reports say that when the victims want to cash out their winnings are often:
1. Locked out of the system, while their accounts are frozen.
2. Ridiculously over-charged for the withdrawal – sometimes with a fee as high as 25%.
3. Deprived of the payout funds, which they never receive.
On the other hand, there are several times when dealers pull wrongful hands while doing their job, for the benefits of the online casino. Wanna see some of them?
Watch the video below to see one dealer being caught live cheating:
How To Avoid The Online Casino Scam:
Before you enroll in a casino's list of players, research the credibility of it. It might sound like simple common sense, but it is essential to do some initial research about any site or casino you intend playing at. Type in every search engine (Google, Bing, etc.) the name of the online casino and add the word 'scam' or 'cheating' at the end of it.
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How To Report The Online Casino Scam:
Make your family and friends aware of this scam by sharing it on social media using the buttons provided. You can also officially report the scammers to the Federal Trade Commission using the link below:
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