A Few Thoughts About the “Bitcoin Casino Free Bonus”
A few days ago, I read on a popular casino review blog that the “Bitcoin Casino Free Bonus” had been eliminated from all future promotions. Now, I’m sure you know that I’m an advocate of the virtual currency, but it’s a bit confusing to find a place that will give away something for nothing. There’s no free lunch in this world. It appears that casinos have come to terms with the fact that it doesn’t make sense to give away free products.
Many online casinos offer free gambling bonuses to their customers. They may also offer free money transfers as well. It seems that some online casinos will do both of these things. However, there are thousands upon thousands of sites that are willing to offer a one-time free membership fee. In addition, most of them require some sort of membership or registration to become a member.
Most people don’t realize that if they sign up for more than one of these offers, they’ll receive an additional free gambling bonus as well. The problem is that many people sign up for several free casino membership offers. This will cause a chain reaction and increase the chance that someone will get a “for free”free” casino membership offer that includes an additional free bonus. Unfortunately, there are some people who have managed to defraud online casinos of the one time bonuses that they were originally expecting to receive.
For instance, some people may create an email account at different casinos that they are playing at and then send fraudulent emails to casino management requesting to receive free money. When a casino manager receives such a fraudulent email, they will forward it to all of the other casinos and expect that they will be paid for the transactions made by the emails.
Unfortunately, when a casino manager receives such an email, they will often ignore the transaction because they are not aware that they can request a refund or get a refund for the free bonus that they sent the email. Some of the time, they will even contact the person who sent the email and tell them that the email was received, but they do not receive any money in return.
There’s nothing wrong with asking the casino to cancel an email that they’ve received requesting a free bonus or to ask the casino manager if they have plans to send another email to the recipient asking for another “free” casino membership bonus that they can use again. If you think that you have been victimized by a fraud, you can file a claim at any of the many scam reporting services such as the Better Business Bureau or even the Federal Trade Commission. It would be a good idea to have all of your financial records handy when you are calling the casino’s support desk. Once you are done with your report, you can contact the Better Business Bureau to see if any claims were made against your casino and then make the necessary legal claims to the appropriate authorities.