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Author Topic: Fortune Jack forced me to gamble even after I told them I had a gambling problem  (Read 1240 times)
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October 02, 2017, 05:33:10 AM
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i was surprise to see this kind of rules in a casino. forcing someone to gamble (without a bonus) just to meet 5x wagering requirement (to be able to withdraw) is a big no in my opinion (OP doesnt even have a single bet and just want to withdraw his Own fund)  scamming at its finest.

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October 02, 2017, 05:36:21 AM
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i was surprise to see this kind of rules in a casino. forcing someone to gamble (without a bonus) just to meet 5x wagering requirement (to be able to withdraw) is a big no in my opinion (OP doesnt even have a single bet and just want to withdraw his Own fund)  scamming at its finest.

Exactly... I can understand that FJ wants to cut down on transaction fees so that people don't use them as some sort of wallet service without any fees. However, to force an addicted gambler into gambling is just unacceptable.

This proves that all the gambler anonymous links that they put on are just there as a placeholder... They legit don't care about their players.

Why not just charge tx fees, and avoid all this 5x wagering requirement?

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