UK Online Casinos To Lose Their License Due To Bad Practice
You see what happens? We have warned you time and time again about responsible gaming and choosing a good casino.
We, in fact, have based our entire system on integrity and giving the user the freedom of choice. Now, five UK casinos are under fire for bad operational prudence. We hate being an “I told you so” person – but we told you so. Here’s what happened.
Online Casinos Could Lose Their License
As Uruguay bans online gambling to prevent access to “financial frauds and unauthorized games”, we see on one hand more and more opportunities for good clean fun for legal and conscious players and more of a clampdown on rogue casinos (insert) (for which we have a whole separate section of our website). All that reinforces something we’ve been telling you from the very beginning and, in essence, what the site has been designed for: choosing the best casinos that are proven to be the safest and the most reliable.
Why Our Online Casino Rating System Is The Best
Easier said than done, we hear you say, that’s the first thing we’ll hear from a conman. While that, regretfully, is true, we do also have proof that our system is based on data that ensure complete fairness.
We have casino representatives on site that have 100 hours to deal with your problem and resolve it, otherwise it gets recorded as unsolved, dragging a casino down in the ratings. You will see those casino reps commenting on the site, working with your complaints.
Is our system fair?
The casinos that travel to the top not only have the best reps who work very hard resolving issues, therefore getting those casinos to the top because they have the best problem resolution rate, but also get graded on a whole myriad of other parameters, like the number of their licenses (the more the better), their software quality, deposit methods, and so on. To do well, they have to do well across the board. So we don’t just drink and nominate the winner by ourselves – it’s all done automatically – the system is fair all the way.
Why not just pick randomly?
The UK Gambling Commission stated that those casinos that it is looking at will be facing major problems unless they start doing better preventing money laundering, helping stop problem gambling, and there was even talk of aiding and abetting terrorists (ouch!). The online casinos weren’t monitoring problem gaming enough, didn’t consult the agencies involved with spotting possible criminal activity, and in general, forced the Commission to “demand immediate improvement”, otherwise their licenses could be withdrawn.
Have we convinced you yet our blacklist is there for a reason? Please stay safe, read all the T+Cs to the end, do your research, and only pick the casinos from the top of the list. The sole purpose of us being here is filtering out the worst casinos and making sure you get only the top experience possible. Go. We’re proud of you.