Spooky - I have managed to win five bets in a row with Diamond and will place another bet tonight to meet the wager requirement.
If I withdraw my balance after this will I be able to go into another sportsbook (i.e. bookmaker) and claim the deposit freeplay or is there a time limit or is that it for me?
Obviously I dont want to abuse this offer as it is the best out there at present IMO.
Has anyone ever won anything in the 'bonus' casino. I have played with upwards of $10k in these casinos over several bookies and never completed the WR.
Originally Posted by srh1984
Bonuses are bonuses and so I will never complain about a free shot at glory but interested to hear if anyone has got throught the WR?
The way this unfolds just goes to show you a private forum is the only way to go
But then Spooky would not be on a priavte forum...
Ok here is my story. My account at BetCanadian was closed and as reason I get: "you already have other account with us". I had account at Diamond and BetLasPalmas already but I would not open another one at BetCanadian if it wasn't confirmed by Spooky that it is ok to have all of them. And for the records, I'm net loser at Diamond and BetLasPalmas (they invited me to get some reloads before SuperBowl which I took). Now I was identified as a fraud - what can I do, now I'm just waiting to get my deposit back.
So true. Whats amazing to me is that guys look for a solid place to play where you are going to be treated fairly, receive great support and fantastic bonuses. Then there only concern is the rollover and withdrawing their funds.
Originally Posted by srh1984
So why bother, just to take advantage of a good situation and ruin it for everyone.
I just said if it looks like crap, smells like crap, tastes like crap then ya know just maybe it is crap.
Wish you nothing but the best SRH.
Originally Posted by Borussia_Teeth
Yeah you can. But see my post above. Absolutely. But my question and not directed entirely to you Teeth. Why dont you just open another account at the other sportsbook regardless? What does withdrawing from one to open another have to do with it. If you are concerned you may be abusing the bonus then just open a new account regardless. Or just withdraw a portion of the funds.
You tell me. The money is yours and if you want to withdraw do it. If you think it may be abuse then that is not up to me to decide. Once the sportsbooks anywhere and everywhere determine it is, then that player will be banned or shut down there and possibly everywhere.
Congrats though on kicking some bookie ass.
I am not aware of any of this. And I am sure they are not telling me.
Originally Posted by JKM
Everyone is allowed a separate account at any of the sportsbooks. They are separate sportsbooks.
Again everyone can open more than one account but as I stated above. If you are opening an account for the bonus and then withdrawing and then doing it over and over well then yeah its abuse. But if you are opening multiple accounts to fund, play and take advantage of the bonuses then great. Its more options. We all like to have options when playing.
Whether it be Pinnacle, Greek, Bet Phoenix etc. Whatever.
I am not sure who this is with the poster name so I apologize but just to restate you can open multiple accounts at different sportsbooks. You just cant abuse the bonuses in doing so. Sorry for the trouble if there is anything I can do let me know.
Guys one more thing.
I did get a lot of positive feedback on the email. Thank you.
I have been on the sports forums for over a decade. Have been working and helping out the players for half that time.
I have never ever had an issue with rollovers, bonuses or abuse questions like I have had in the past month.
I dont know if its something in the water or what. But after all these years why all of a sudden? I think I know why and I am sure many of you do as well.
Just dont abuse the bonuses and they will always be there. Sign up and take advantage of them for March Madness, World Cup, NFL, Soccer and everything else.
A few bad apples are making it bad for everyone.
I guess its not cricket.
Can you please provide a bit more clarity about what you define as abusing bonuses? Your bonuses are great but if you read the majority of posts on this forum, they are concerned with advantage play - making the highest amount of money with the least amount of risk. Obviously this would cross over into bonus abuse on many occasions. Obviously we want you to look like a good affiliate whilst keeping the bonuses live, but I don't think many people here could be described as recreational gamblers.
Just my two pence.