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#143
Avoid Online Bingo Scams 8 Years, 11 Months ago  
I’ve read many stories about online bingo scams. There is nothing worst than hearing about some hard working mother who hits a jackpot only to find out it was a scam. This is obviously something neither you nor anyone else ever wants to have the displeasure of experiencing, and for this we’ll teach you how to avoid bingo scams.

The first tip we’ll give you to avoid bingo scams; never blindly trust websites endorsing any bingo room. This might sound like an odd statement considering its source, but the bottom line is it’s true. Let’s face it; our website as well as almost all gambling websites/portals get paid to promote gambling products to (you) our website visitor. The honest truth of the matter is the shadier a gambling company is, the higher they generally spend on their advertising and/or affiliate programs. A dishonest affiliate promoting scam bingo halls will generally make a lot more money than honest affiliates, and I do mean A LOT. For this reason the majority of “bingo rating guides” can’t be trusted as many will rank the rooms in order of which company pays them the most.

The good news is that there are dozens of honest bingo websites which provide fair games and fast hassle-free payouts. Even though we told you earlier not to “blindly” trust any gambling portal, and we are in fact a gambling portal ourselves, let us show you a sure fire method to identify legitimate bingo rooms, where common sense will show that this is trustworthy advice.

This sure fire method is to find a bingo room backed by a highly respected publicly traded online poker room, with lots of traffic that is not simply a skin of a poker network. Think about it, scam bingo, casino and sportsbook websites don’t look any different to players than legit ones. These scam sites could have stolen money from 305 players this month and when the 306th shows up there is no warning signs in sight. Online Poker rooms are much different, its interactive. Poker is an interactive game and the poker rooms make money much slower than their gambling counterparts. They do this by by taking small percentages from each pot. Scam poker rooms are filled with warning signs including low players volume (which is visible, unlike in casinos) and/or inconsistent/suspicious play from the game competitors. If you join a bingo room backed by an obviously legit poker room, you’ll be much more protected against bingo scams.

If this makes sense to you then you’ll want to consider choosing either Bingo Time UK as your preferred online bingo room, as it is backed by a large poker room trading on the London Stock Exchange.

Well, if you don't believe me, you have lots to gain and more to loose if you are not careful. I'm saying it as it is. Enjoy playing !
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#144
Re:Avoid Online Bingo Scams 8 Years, 11 Months ago  
Are you sure this Bingo Time UK is not another of those "too good to be true" sites?

I mean, before I join and register, how will I know its a "legit" site?
Is it enough that I take your word, and that's it? How do I know you are not just promoting their site?

I can see you are just a newbie, the same as me.

Please don't get mad if you are. I also want to win big.
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#145
Re:Avoid Online Bingo Scams 8 Years, 11 Months ago  
Sam Melvy wrote:
Are you sure this Bingo Time UK is not another of those "too good to be true" sites?

I mean, before I join and register, how will I know its a "legit" site?
Is it enough that I take your word, and that's it? How do I know you are not just promoting their site?

I can see you are just a newbie, the same as me.

Please don't get mad if you are. I also want to win big.


Oh, okay. No problem, mate.

Here's the thing:
1. People who are just here to help for no vested interest end up getting thrown out of the window.
2. Bingo Time UK has its own toll free number at your disposal anytime should you need help. If you don't believe me, call them.
3. Here are the latest winners.
Yesterday's Winner - iddie13 £1,000
Yesterday's Total Winnings - £56,961
Yesterday's Most Popular Game - Coverall

Hope those answered your queries my friend. Try other sites if you like.
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#146
Re:Avoid Online Bingo Scams 8 Years, 11 Months ago  
She's got a point. I'm gonna try and join.
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#189
Re:Avoid Online Bingo Scams 8 Years, 6 Months ago  
Online Bingo Bonus is one of the few online Bingo sites committed to only recommending the top online bingo rooms. There are a number of bingo content websites on the net that make this claim, but in the end most will sell advertising to any company willing to pay the price. To back up our claim, we’ll take to our Bingo reviews linked from the side bar menu. Here you’ll find detailed information backing up that each bingo room we promote is a leader in their field. For example, we’ll look at Ladbrokes,The first tip we’ll give you to avoid bingo scams; never blindly trust websites endorsing any bingo room. This might sound like an odd statement considering its source, but the bottom line is it’s true. Let’s face it; our website as well as almost all gambling websites/portals get paid to promote gambling products to (you) our website visitor. The honest truth of the matter is the shadier a gambling company is, the higher they generally spend on their advertising and/or affiliate programs. A dishonest affiliate promoting scam bingo halls will generally make a lot more money than honest affiliates, and I do mean A LOT. For this reason the majority of “bingo rating guides” can’t be trusted as many will rank the rooms in order of which company pays them the most.
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