Report: #853559

Complaint Review: Lucky 18 Casino

  • Submitted: Wed, March 14, 2012
  • Updated: Wed, March 14, 2012
  • Reported By: corey — Delray Beach Florida United States of America
  • Lucky 18 Casino

    United States of America

Lucky 18 Casino Ruby Heights Limited Online Casino Scam Internet

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I have decided to post this after three months of waiting.  I received a "free chip" from a CD-Rom of an online casino that I had received in the mail.  I figured, sure why not.  Mind you, I had been dealing with Cake Poker, who at this time, Dec. 2011, owed me over $900.  I had made tons of deposits w/ Cake Poker, so I figured I'll take a shot at this casino.  The rules were that I had to roll it over to $2500 and I could only collect $50.  Well sure enough, I rolled it over, and requested my payout.  Long story short, I guess w/ the frustration I had going from Cake Poker, I made it a personal mission to get this measly $50.  I literally sent a family member an email on January 1st, stating, "here I go again."  

Needless to say, I gave up on Cake Poker, and was able to sell my funds for around .40 on the dollar.  I figured, let it be someone elses problem.  

With this casino, I have either contacted them via email, online chat or phone conversation, no joke, over 100 times.  Its not about the money obviously, I actually want to see if one of these places ever pays out.  Mind you, I have used online Sportsbooks in the past, and for the most part, have been very satisfied w/ the payouts.  

Tonight, I found something very interesting.  When I went to their website (which is not their site), I clicked on a link and it took me to another online casino, rich casino.  This, Rich Casino, told me they were an affiliate of Lucky 18.  I asked if I could transfer the funds and open an account w/ them, they said no.  I then called Lucky 18, and they never heard of this relationship.  

This is all because, Lucky 18's URL is actually:   The websites are identical, except for the email and of course the links.  

Basically, I found a scammer within a scammer.  If anyone has had this issue, please let the world know.  

This was my last resort.  Even my "principal" of $50, is waning thin.  I just want to know there are others that have been put through the ringer.  

I know it seems that I did not lose any money, but I can assure you that I've lost thousands in online gaming, and I just want to be paid when I win.  No matter how much or how little.  

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