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BETAT - Closed account


Unresolved - Information came to us during the investigation of this and 20 other cases that is considered inadmissible. In agreement with the UKGC this case has been passed to IBAS.

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Player's Complaint

I opened an account 13th October and deposited £100 which I then played on the casino via the welcome bonus. after completing the wagering I was left with a balance of approximately £210. On trying to access my account in November, I received a notice saying my account was closed. I then contacted the company to ask why my account was closed and was told that I needed to contact the gaming commission and make a formal complaint. They also told me that they notified me of this on the 2nd November however my junk email folder only went back to 8th November therefore have never read this email.

Every email I have sent to them to inquire what is happening and what is happening to my money, but every time they just keep referring my to the gaming commission. Can you help please? surely this is theft?

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4 Responses

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December 11, 2016

Hi ljones85 - welcome to!

As a UK citizen and as we are the officially appointed Alternative Dispute Resolution service for Slotty Vegas Casino there is certain information we have to provide you now.

You can find all the relevant information about this service here –

To summarise.

– Use of this service does not preclude your seeking redress through court proceedings .

– This service is free to use for both the complainant and operator.

– At any point during the procedure the submitting party retains the right to withdraw their complaint. This does not preclude our right to continue the discussion with the involved operator of general issues related to the complaint (i.e. insufficiently clear terms and conditions).

– You are not obliged to obtain independent or legal advice or representation, though you may choose to do so.

The above is somewhat clunky but a necessary part of the process for any complaint that comes in under ADR procedures.

If you have any questions about the above, let me know.

There is a significant volume of complaints coming through about very similar issues at the moment and having had a preliminary conversation with the operator regarding the reasons for these account closures I can say at this juncture that this is a complex issue that will require liaising with a number of external agencies including regulatory bodies. As such, and as an effort to ensure you have reasonable expectations regarding the time frames that are likely to be involved, I would suggest that you should be prepared for this process to take several months while all the necessary information is gathered and reviewed.

Thanks in advance for your patience.


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January 18, 2017

Hi ljones85,

Unfortunately while our investigation has concluded there is still an ongoing dialogue with the UKGC regarding this issue. As such it seems unlikely at the present time that we will be able to deliver a final decision within the standard allotted time frame for ADRs (90 days from the point of receiving the complete complaint file - though we are counting from the submission of the complaint in this instance) and as such are obligated to provide you with that information and a proposed time frame within which we feel we should be able to reach the end of this process.

It is our objective and intention to bring this issue to a close as soon as possible. Your complaint already vastly exceeds the average complaint time for our service. However, given the involvement of outside agencies it is impossible for us to give an accurate assessment of how long the wrap up of this issue will take. On that basis we will extend this deadline by a further 90 days with the hope of reaching a conclusion far sooner.

I will keep you updated as and when we receive actionable information from the UKGC.

Thanks for your patience,


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February 2, 2017

Hi ljones85,

As I informed you on the 18th of January, until we have concluded our discussion with the UKGC - BETAT's license holder - we cannot provide you with any further information.

When we reach that point I'll let you know.



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March 28, 2017

Hi ljones85, After extended discussion with the UKGC’s legal team related to your complaint alongside over 20 other complaints related to this same issue with the same operator in the same time period it has been agreed that some of the information that has been gathered in relation to these complaints is inadmissible in terms of the ADR process. The above being the case, at the suggestion of, the UKGC has agreed that the most appropriate course of action in this situation is for an alternative ADR who has not been party to the inadmissible information to review the involved cases. As such has made arrangements with IBAS to review and conclude your case. NRR Entertainment has already agreed to this proposal. The IBAS service is free to consumers and as such there will be no financial burden on your part. However you need to be aware that in order to provide IBAS appropriate time to review all the information related to this issue they will require to start the review process from the beginning, meaning that the time that has spent reviewing these issues cannot be offset against the time that IBAS would have as standard to manage a complaint under the ADR arrangements. If you are happy to go ahead with the transfer of your complaint to IBAS you need let us know so we can forward the initial complaint submission to the relevant personnel at that organization. Please also be aware that we will not be able to engage any discussion in regard to any part of the complaint package due to the need to ensure that the integrity of the IBAS review of these cases is not inadvertently subject to any of the issues that have arisen here. We apologise for the inconvenience caused, but would state that this action is being taken to preserve the integrity of the ADR process and ensure a fair and unbiased conclusion is reached. Thanks, ThePOGG

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December 11, 2016

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