DO NOT PLAY AT THE
FOLLOWING ONLINE CASINOS!
DON'T RISK LOSING YOUR WINNINGS AT THESE CASINOS!
- Casino Titan
- Classy Coin
- Golden Cherry
- Grand Macao
- Grand Parker
- Jackpot Grand
- Loco Panda
- On Bling
- Ruby Royal
- Slots Jungle
- Slots Of Fortune
- Win Palace
These casinos have been identified as "Rogue" casinos and are refusing to pay players their winnings as well as many other corrupt practices including fake security checks.
Owners Gery Shalon, Ziv Orenstein, and Joshua Samuel Aaron were arrested at their homes in Israel, Moscow and Tel Aviv for money laundering, identity theft, securities and wire fraud. They have been engaging in "pump and dump" stock manipulation schemes dating back to 2011. These scumbags have elevated larceny to an all time high!
When you win big at these online casinos you will most likely never see your winnings. You will be subject to a fake 4 month security check after which time the casino will either ignore you, or will have closed shop and be long gone!
Excerpt from: FlushDraw.net
( http://www.flushdraw.net/news/misc/rogue-casino-group-affactive-linked-to-pump-and-dump-arrests/ )
Two Israelis and one American have been charged in conjunction with a massive e-mail spam and “pump and dump” scheme involving penny stocks that may have netted the trio and their accomplices as much as $2.8 million in illicit proceeds. Following the announcement of the charges, at least two of the men were also quickly linked to a notorious rogue online-casino operation incorporated in the Netherlands Antilles.
The rogue casino group’s alleged operations include similar spamming operations, non-payment of winners, and even a massive hacking campaign targeting WordPress blogs listed on Google, which were being hijacked to promote the group’s various operations. hacker_inside_logoNamed in a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) press release on Tuesday announcing the charges were Israeli nationals Zvi Orenstein and Gery Shalon, and American citizen Joshua Samuel Aaron. Orenstein (also known as Aviv Stein and John Avery) and Shalon (also known as Phillipe Mousset and Christopher Engeham) were immediately detained by Israeli authorities, and will likely face extradition proceedings as initiated by the United States. Aaron (also known as Mike Shields), age 31, was also living in Israel, but is currently believed to be in Russia and is temporarily out of the extradition reach of American authorities.
Several industry experts, including the CasinoMeister watchdog site, have linked the Affactive / Netad sites to another suspect affiliate operation, www.revenuejet.com. Most of the sites touted by Revenue jet claim to be owned and operated by a company called Milore Limited. At least five Milore sites exist: Grand Parker Casino RealTime Gaming, Loco Panda Casino, OnBling Casino, Classy Coin Casino, and Grand Parker Casino TopGame. The Milore sites also fraudulent claim to be licensed in Curacao.
The RevenueJet operation does have one separate distinction: It was awarded Casinomeisters dubious Worst Casino Group award in 2014, a dishonor in mocking tribute to the many ways it ripped off its customers.
According to one industry affiliate, speaking on condition of anonymity, They have an awful history in the niche: These casinos have been plaguing casino players by robbing, stealing, cheating and lying. There are numerous scam articles on them and player complaints.
Excerpt from: CasinoMeister.com - Worst Casino Group 2014
( http://www.casinomeister.com/meister_awards/bestworst2014.php#wgroup )
Revenue Jet scoops this award up with gusto. The fora is full of player woe - and these guys are not playing fairly whatsoever. They claimed to be licensed in Curaçao, but that was a lie. They are unlicensed. Further - from one of their casinos' terms and conditions page: The Casino is operated by Milore Ltd., a company incorporated in Curacao. The Casino is regulated by the laws of Curacao."Bullshit. I called the Curaçao chamber of commerce and they told me that no company by the name Milore Ltd. exists in Curaçao. If you don't believe me, call them yourself: (+599-9) 461-1455 Curaçao Chamber of Commerce and Industry. They will be happy to tell you the same thing."