Another online casino by the name of WinnerMillion has been caught red handed with its dirty paws in the cookie jar. The operator snagged pirated NetEnt Casino games without the vendor’s consent or prior knowledge. Not only has the site been slated for its underhanded tactics but its terms and conditions are equally diabolical too, we’ll revert to in a bit.
”Software piracy is a serious crime that seems all too easy to perpetrate. It affects both providers and players, at the same time undermining the economic stability of the market. While its consequences are never mild whichever branch it happens in, the problem is much worse this side of the fence. When gamblers are duped into wagering on fake products, it is always a losing game.” Latestcasinobonuses
Experienced online gamblers who visit the rogue casino for the first time will notice there’s a bunch of things that’s seriously off about it. Suffice to say this is the type of operator that goes straight to the bin let alone being blacklisted. Once again kudos to Latestcasinobonuses.com for blowing the whistle on this one! (https://latestcasinobonuses.com/news/winnermillion-casino-caught-offering-pirated-netent-slots)
WinnerOnline Casino Takes Rogue Behaviour to New Heights
“The term ”rogue” seems almost too mild a word to describe the things we found in there.”
If one goes under the hood of WinnerMillion a couple of things about the operator is quite disconcerting. For one it claims to be licensed in Curacao with the following Master License number 8048/JAZ. Neither does it corroborate this with a valid licensed certificate from the Curacoa Gambling Board. Secondly it sorely lacks transparency although it’s been online since 2014. At the footer section of the site there’s even a bogus logo of iTech Labs (software certification company), when you click on it nothing happens.
Now, if you have a look at the meat and potatoes section of the site its games, this is where the train gets derailed from the tracks. The first 3D slots that raised a red flag is South Park, NetEnt dropped the slots from its library earlier this year, yet the game can be played at WinnerMillion. Had they followed the proper licensing channels the slots would have been unavailable.
If you delve a bit deeper the software reveals a bogus domain: casinomodulle.com. It’s pretty evident that WinnerMillion is a smoking gun and takes rogue behaviour to new heights.
The screenshot below is of the falsified Jack Hammer slot, it clearly indicates the pirated domain, with two ”l” instead of one. Surely this is a tell-tale sign that it differs from the original one:
(Image of Fake Jack Hammer NetEnt Slots. Image Courtesy of LCB)
Before we sign up and play at any site, yes we are players, we scrutinize the fine print of the online casino. WinnerMillion takes the cake here, it couldn’t be bothered with two dimes and a sock to hide its predatory nature. The person responsible for crafting the operator’s terms can’t even get the basics of the English language right. To add insult to injury there’s no banking (deposits, withdrawals, cash out limits and progressive win payouts) and bonus information.
The operator does list the preposterous restrictions of winnings from straight deposits! We can honestly say that WinnerMillion has just become the new poster boy for the ultimate rogue casino. We strongly urge players never to sign up and play here because the operator will shaft you one way or another.