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Email verification Casino Par

Discussion in 'GENERAL DISCUSSION' started by Percival12, May 24, 2009.

  1. Percival12

    Percival12 WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    In order to be eligible for bonuses at Casino Par (same software as Pamper Casino) you have to verify your email. Of course, I would say, considering what the casino is saying about bonus abuse: High Abuse by Bonus Hunters To help us combat the high abuse that we have had last month of people opening multiple accounts to get the bonus, we have contracted the services of an email validator.  The process is cheap enough for serious players, but will pose a headache for bonus cheaters. So I had registered at this casino and I can benefit from 100 ND, but I have to verify my e-mail for 1.99! This is new to me! they are actually using the following site for email verification: QUOTE Arcos Web Email Validation Center. Participate in the free program offered by many online merchants.Get white listed on many webhost, ISPs and NetworksHave a secure email addressSpread the confidence of a spam free systemValidation is cheap and only cost 1.99 Euros Note: Arcos Web provides an independent service and does not guarantee nor offer free products or services. If you are unsure about a free promo that you are attempting to subscribe to, please contact the merchant before proceeding.UNQUOTE What do you think about this guys? Usually, email verification is done by clicking the appropriate link given by the casino and/or pokerroom.... Should I proceed? 
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  2. Percival12

    Percival12 WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    By the way, just found out that you also have to pay 19% VAT on that amount, which brings the total to 2.25 (I think that is approx. 5 USD)
  3. 13mar13


    Hi Percival, never see that you must pay 1,99. Every time that i must validate an email must only click on the link that they send to my email"
  4. ohbhave


    Folks, these casinos are not reputable.  At best, they belong in the PIT.  Think about it... have you ever seen a winning screenshot from Pamper casino?  Ever seen anyone boast about winning anything from them?  They are NOT fully licensed & accredited.  Why on earth would you bother playing there, even on a free chip?!-- Edited by ohbhave on Sunday 24th of May 2009 04:58:20 PM
  5. 13mar13


    ohbhave, i think the same why play there? received more than one time free $100, but my selection was no play there.

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