Great bonus, but I lost my winnings and staffs then fefund already. Sloto Cash is okay to play
Sloto Cash was trying to charm me with a special 150 percent deposit bonus promotion on a weekend and I thought it was time to fall into temptation. After giving the proper bonus code, E easily deposited some, and moments later the promised money was on my account. First I played several games, but I was engaged with Coat of Arm and didn't really understand how I never played this game before. This well-done, 25-payline RTG slot features beautiful drawn castle, knight, goblet and other icons with nice background picture. I had some fee spins that benefited me and re-spin features even turned up and my bankroll stood at around $300 after playing with it for hours. By way of parting, I just looked in for a few rounds at spinning wheels. A few days later when I returned I was shocked as my winnings were gone and only my deposited amount was shown. I opened the chat window promptly, and wanted some explanations. The company said it suspected fraudulent activity. 'What? '- I asked and then I recalled playing roulette for a few minutes. I couldn't do anything but say 'Sorry, you 're right.' I was upset and I was reviling myself, how could I be asshole. I've been playing Coat of Arm for so long that I completely forgot I was claiming a bonus. Accusing casinos for anything might be so simple and claiming they 're fraud but they can't help if a player is dumb, or rather I say, if a player isn't careful or lazy about reading their TOS. So they were absolutely right and nothing else can be said about it. I wanted to play around with the initial paid in sum and I thought if it had already happened why it would not work again. Maybe in a perfect world, but that afternoon of course I lost all my money. I wouldn't have any problem with Sloto Cash if their promo e-mails didn't flood me every time. Same promo-2, 3 emails, much too much. If I like it, I don't need another attempt like it for the first time. It can be really embarrassing. Anyway, sometimes I'm in trouble when I look at the email header all of a sudden and can't decide from whom the letter is received. Is it Sloto Cash from RTG, or the Golden Cherry from Rival? I don't know who was first established but the other could have chosen a better name identically.
Sloto Cash, a decent representative of RTG casinos, is not having any major issue.