Warning! – Fake NetEnt Slots at WinnerMillion Casino
There are thousands of online casinos to choose from, some better than others. But there’s also a shady group or the very few which are made just to steal player’s money. As documented in LatestCasinoBonuses’ latest rogue report just now, WinnerMillion is one of the fakes that you should steer clear, while you learn and laugh at the stupidity of it all.
Following a similar path as 2WinPower and Hera Casino, which our friends and we wrote about earlier in August and September, WinnerMillion was exposed to offer pirated NetEnt powered slots. They did so by streaming them from an unauthorised domain (casinomodulle.com) that’s made to look like the real deal. And because they are not licensed, they’ve been copied, modified and configured to take all your money, sooner or later.
The screenshot below shows the fake host used to render Spinata Grande slot:
What makes it that much more “amusing” is the comeback of the discontinued South Park slot, which somehow made its way to this casino despite being discontinued earlier by the provider.
Although it can all be a little too technical for some, it doesn’t take much experience to see there’s something wrong with the site right from the bat. The fake licensing information (or the absence of it), no background on the operator and a ill-formed General T&C are just the tip of the iceberg. Though they did their best to protect their interest by making sure to state ambiguous sentences on the conditions for confiscation of winning and suspension of an account.
As mentioned above, this is not the first instance of criminal casino activity this year, nor are the NetEnt games the only chosen ones in this respect. Novomatic, Aristocrat, EGT, Pragmatic Play and Yggdrasil slots have been used for duping players in the past too, so there’s a good reason to believe most providers are susceptible for being hijacked.
That being said, as soon as we found out about the casino during the week, there was no doubt that there was something unusual about it, which then led to the discovery. So, if you wish to see how one fake site looks like then you know where to go. As far as making your first deposit and playing casino games goes, then you’ll be better off playing at any one of these casinos instead.
For more information on the special rogue report, read the full LCB news here. Spotted something unusual that you’d like to add? – Feel free to leave your comments and thoughts in the feedback area below so we can all learn from it too.
UPDATE: we were informed that LCB guys contacted NetEnt directly and that their legal team is investigating the matter. Further updates will be found on this article.