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Lady Lucks - Self excluded refund


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Player's Complaint

It’s with regards to slotmillions which is lady lucks sister site... a while a go I self excluded from lady lucks casino. On Thursday last week I had a relapse and opened an account with slots millions and deposited £400 I came to my senses and self excluded with £30 left which they have given me back but unknowingly found out that there sister site was Lady Luck I contacted them straight away and said I was already excluded from lady lucks and shouldn’t have been allowed to open an account and deposit... they refused a refund and said they bought lady lucks from IGT but not the database? So it wasn’t there fault... I’m in limbo because they won’t do anything? All I want is a refund for money I deposited as I shouldn’t have been allowed to register in the first place

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5 Responses

November 8, 2017

Hi lb1985 - welcome to!

I need to know the date of your self-exclusion at Lady Lucks. Unfortunately I can confirm that this casino has changed ownership since I last looked at it. If your self-exclusion was while Lady Lucks was on the IGT license it was on a different license to SlotsMillion and wouldn't carry over to SlotsMillion.

If you can provide that information I'll review the situation and see what action can/should be taken.



November 10, 2017

Hi I can’t remember when it was I think Alea have only just taken over the license so it will have been while ladylucks was on the igt one surely I should have been informed of this bearing in mind I put steps in place to stop myself from depositing?

November 10, 2017

Hi lb1985,

You would still be restricted on any IGT run properties. The new owners of Lady Lucks cannot be held accountable for this however as they would not be aware of the previous exclusion. I will flag this issue up with the UKGC for consideration for policies surrounding this type of situation.

Sorry we couldn't be of more help,


November 10, 2017

Won’t I be able to get a refund from someone? As this isn’t my fault either?

November 13, 2017

Hi lb1985, Nobody's at fault here. While I understand you'd like your losses back, Slots Million wouldn't know about your self-exclusion. They just bought a website, not the player base associated with it or the license associated with it. IGT have not allowed you to re-register with a property under their license so have no liability here. Effectively, the fact that Lady Lucks now appears on the Slots Million license is a technicality only and this situation is the same as having signed up to any other operator on an entirely different license. Sorry, ThePOGG

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November 8, 2017

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