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Found for the Casino - This player has exceeded the maximum allowed bet term while playing with a bonus. As such there is nothing we can do to help them.

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Player's Complaint

I was wagering money and didnt do a £5 bet while wagering the casino has a limit to stop you doing this anyway so i went to withdraw my winnings and they stated once it was real money that even when i did £5 or over in bets it was against there terms which it isnt as wagering was done and it was now real money i need this sorted as this is ridicilous just because i won a large amount, the casino also said it was several £10 bets that i cant remember ever doing and they said i quote "sometimes we turn a blind eye" meaning they sometimes dont even adhere to there own terms and i should be able to get this money back as a new player, the fact they said sometimes they turn a blind eye which i have screenshots and proof of gives enough that i can get my money back i just need help from you guys

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4 Responses

January 3, 2020

Hi fitzyman - welcome to!

I'll contact the operator and see what we can find out for you, however I need to be clear that the operator choosing to overlook player rule breaches in some other instances would have no bearing on your case. This is a business decision the operator are entitled to make at their discretion, not something we would look to enforce.



January 3, 2020

but is it not a bit hypocritical? there saying i breached terms yet they breach there own and they say they only do it when little to no bets where placed before bonus and there claiming only 7 where made which is completely ridiculous as it may have been a site error that i received no terms for the bonus as i came from an affiliate link..

January 7, 2020

Hi FitzyMan,

No it's not. The bonus terms and conditions are freely available on site to all players regardless of where they are referred from. It is your responsibility to ensure you don't breach them. That Slotty Vegas will in some cases be lenient with players where a breach occurs is a business decision on their part, not a right that the player is entitled to.



January 21, 2020

Hi FitzyMan,

SlottyVegas has provide your game play history within which it can be clearly seen that you have exceeded the maximum allowed bet while playing with a bonus. They've also provided communication records showing that they've already provided you with these records.

As you've breached the maximum allowed bonus I'm afraid to say that there is nothing we can do to help you.


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January 3, 2020

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