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Old September 2nd, 2010, 01:10 PM
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Seeing this suspension [Creeping Panther] reminded me of something over on Casinomeister - it's such a tight-run ship that people with several thousand posts who are obviously prominent members of that community end up getting 30, 60, even 180 day suspensions or permanent bans for violating what should be relatively minor rules.

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Old September 17th, 2010, 03:36 AM
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Seeing this suspension reminded me of something over on Casinomeister - it's such a tight-run ship that people with several thousand posts who are obviously prominent members of that community end up getting 30, 60, even 180 day suspensions or permanent bans for violating what should be relatively minor rules.
This has to be a joke right? Casinomeister isn't a 'tight run ship'! It (as and entity) and he (as a person) is a complete disgrace. That so called player advocate serves his purposes in a few lightweight cases, but for the most part uses banning and censorship to silence anyone who would consider questioning his wholeheartely corrupt practices. Time and time again he's been shown to have ignored legitimate claims when the casino involved provides large affiliate fees to him. His standard practice in those situation is to delete pertinent information, ban the poster who would dare ask any questions and finally try and make the poster look like a criminal lowlife. The fact that he occasionally does his job as it should be done only makes matters worse - you go into any negotiation faced with the possibility of getting your legitimately won money back, or the more likely end of being bent over a desk and given a right good seeing to in public.

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Old September 17th, 2010, 12:51 PM
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This has to be a joke right? Casinomeister isn't a 'tight run ship'! It (as and entity) and he (as a person) is a complete disgrace. That so called player advocate serves his purposes in a few lightweight cases, but for the most part uses banning and censorship to silence anyone who would consider questioning his wholeheartely corrupt practices. Time and time again he's been shown to have ignored legitimate claims when the casino involved provides large affiliate fees to him. His standard practice in those situation is to delete pertinent information, ban the poster who would dare ask any questions and finally try and make the poster look like a criminal lowlife. The fact that he occasionally does his job as it should be done only makes matters worse - you go into any negotiation faced with the possibility of getting your legitimately won money back, or the more likely end of being bent over a desk and given a right good seeing to in public.

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This sounds fairly accurate from what I've heard.
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Old March 24th, 2011, 12:13 PM
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Seeing this suspension [Creeping Panther] reminded me of something over on Casinomeister - it's such a tight-run ship that people with several thousand posts who are obviously prominent members of that community end up getting 30, 60, even 180 day suspensions or permanent bans for violating what should be relatively minor rules.
Minor rules such as? Any examples for that?
Just out of curiousity. I also saw a couple of savvy posters got banned and was wondering what's wrong there.
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Old May 1st, 2011, 03:43 PM
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Thumbs down Casinomeister total joke

I posted something negative about their beloved casino INETBET and they never posted it. Their very selective about what they allow posted as long as it isn't anything too negative about the casinos who line their pockets.

Also, their attitude in banning players in a FREE PUBLIC forum is disgraceful. Can't wait til U.S. regulation and places like Casinomeister will be a thing of the past. Simply won't need them as U.S. will have their own regulatory boards for players issues, complaints, etc.
 

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