There is something real dodgy about this place, I? I?d found a no deposit bonus promotion being advertised elsewhere so figured I would give them a try anyway. Just to give a bit of an idea straight away though, these guys attach a 65x wagering requirement to pretty much every kind of promotion they offer, yet then also tack a ? UK?
However it is they do it, they clearly don? Jumpman Gaming Group? I?d barely even heard of any of them! It? I feel eternally grateful for sites like AskGamblers that allow you to keep track of these kinds of rogues.
Anyway, I managed to hit a little win with my no deposit free spins, but needed to make a deposit of course before I could think about withdrawing my supposed good fortune. My first deposit got me a spin on their ? Mega Wheel? Amazon vouchers too, but of course all I ended up hitting was 10 free spins on Gonzo? I suppose it could have been worse, the terms and conditions state you can actually win nothing, although I don?
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I tried to deal with this by talking with support but basically got nowhere, I? I wouldn? Either way, I didn? I?d only dropped ? I?m glad I found out now so I can stay well away from their huge catalogue of shill brands.
Beware people !