Jurisdiction for most Rogue Casinos = Costa Rica

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  • It seems after doing some research, most rogue casinos are operating out of Costa Rica.  Before you deposit anywhere, if it's located there....you may want to rethink what you're doing.  They have no laws, regulation and nobody to answer to.  The casino culture there obviously is a deceptive one trying to get U.S. deposits.

    This is where just about every RTG casino is located.  Rome casino (another rogue) is also there.  BEWARE!

  • thanks for the warning i think i was wary when alot of great casinos started closing to usa hmmmmmmmmm 8'|

  • Honestly I cant see the point to it ..closing to the usa ..might as well say closing to the possibility of making money ...not all rtg's are rouge ..some will prolly just be there to avoid tax or something .. i mean you have to consider the amount of effort being put into the ventures .. if it was a huge scam ..the scale of the venture has to be considered ... ive seen scams ... too much work has gone into most of these casinos ..if anything its prolly just poor management skills to blame.


  • Honestly I cant see the point to it ..closing to the usa ..might as well say closing to the possibility of making money ...not all rtg's are rouge ..some will prolly just be there to avoid tax or something .. i mean you have to consider the amount of effort being put into the ventures .. if it was a huge scam ..the scale of the venture has to be considered ... ive seen scams ... too much work has gone into most of these casinos ..if anything its prolly just poor management skills to blame.



          seems like any comment made goes overboard on the critisim i was merely saying i for one dont want to take a chance of the feds coming after me but who knows what the government is planning maybe i will be surprised.In the meantime if you are able to play keep up the good work (and this guys is why i stopped posting ive seen where alot of remarks are taken out of context..)Happy spinning to you all

  • Honestly I cant see the point to it ..closing to the usa ..might as well say closing to the possibility of making money ...not all rtg's are rouge ..some will prolly just be there to avoid tax or something .. i mean you have to consider the amount of effort being put into the ventures .. if it was a huge scam ..the scale of the venture has to be considered ... ive seen scams ... too much work has gone into most of these casinos ..if anything its prolly just poor management skills to blame.
    also if you reread the post he was stating a fact he didnt say all he said almost all are based out of costa rica and beware ,he wasnt telling anyone to not play.


  • I have found..that allmost  all the  rtg..  software  casino;s..are...everybody take  time    to  do  a lot  of  checking  before making a  deposit..there..


  • [quote author=Azriel link=topic=20492.msg196791#msg196791 date=1321746838]
    Honestly I cant see the point to it ..closing to the usa ..might as well say closing to the possibility of making money ...not all rtg's are rouge ..some will prolly just be there to avoid tax or something .. i mean you have to consider the amount of effort being put into the ventures .. if it was a huge scam ..the scale of the venture has to be considered ... ive seen scams ... too much work has gone into most of these casinos ..if anything its prolly just poor management skills to blame.
    also if you reread the post he was stating a fact he didnt say all he said almost all are based out of costa rica and beware ,he wasnt telling anyone to not play.




    I will agree that in a country with no laws or regulations as such it would be hard negociating a claim also nothing is blown out of context the original topic was generalistic in sounding and was addressed as such.
    But I think each thing should be based on merit it would be good to
    see some of this research I for one am interested to know about rouge
    casinos and im sure others are.


  • I have found..that allmost  all the  rtg..  software  casino;s..are...everybody take  time    to  do  a lot  of  checking  before making a  deposit..there..


    Its not just Rtg either its all software encompassed in that equation I for one ran into trouble with eCogra approved microgaming sites which claimed to be offering one deal but after I deposited flipped the script on me thrice ...you have to do your homework with any casino yo.

  • so sorry hun for saying he in my posts  embarrassedyou are clearly very stunning and i also thank you for your support.In keeping on topic with so much going on your warning is noted and i give you another big thank you for taking the time to research this info and let every1 know what you found.If anyone needs proof they can do the research themselves.

  • All the RTGs allowing U.S. players are there and also in The Netherland Antilles.  It is much the same as other Caribbean islands offering casino permits insofar as requirements of casinos are not stringent and taxation levels are low.  If it's not all of them, it's 90-95%. 

    This is why there are no repurcussions if they decide not to pay and probably aren't worried about the U.S. government coming after them.

  • All the RTGs allowing U.S. players are there and also in The Netherland Antilles.  It is much the same as other Caribbean islands offering casino permits insofar as requirements of casinos are not stringent and taxation levels are low.  If it's not all of them, it's 90-95%. 

    This is why there are no repurcussions if they decide not to pay and probably aren't worried about the U.S. government coming after them.

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