Miami Club Casino - Locked account to avoid paying tournament win

RESOLVED
Roanan Hawes Canada
posted on May 11, 2014.

I had an account with Miami Club casino for over a year.

AFTER I joined they added a new rule to their T&C's:
The Company reserves the right to refuse new account registrations from the following regions or states - Canada, New Jersey, Louisiana, Missouri, New York, Kentucky, Washington State, Maryland, Israel and Moldova.

I am in Canada, however I opened my account BEFORE this rule was implemented, and as it is written, can not apply to me because of this.

Approximately 2 months ago they decided to close my account, one hour before the tournament I was in first place in, was about to end.

I can only assume that this was to avoid paying out the winnings as the timing is very suspicious.

I have attempted repeatedly to deal with the casino directly, but their staff is very rude, and unwilling to see basic common sense.

posted on May 13, 2014.

Hi

Thanks for your message, please can you send me the username you used so I can assist with this

Miami

Roanan Hawes Canada
posted on May 13, 2014.

So your response to my compliant is to ALSO LOCK MY LUCKY CLUB ACCOUNT?

I see your crooked tactics are a company-wide policy.

posted on May 13, 2014.

Hi

Thanks for your message, Lucky Club Casino is not related to Miami Club Casino and never has been.

Miami Clubs sister casinos can be found here - http:/­/de­ckm­edi­a.i­m/c­asi­no-­par­tne­rs.php

Miami

Roanan Hawes Canada
posted on May 13, 2014.

My mistake.
After being ripped off at every RTG casino I have ever won at, including iNetBet ($926!!!), they all look the same to me.

Of course, after Googling Desert Nights and Sloto Cash with the word 'complaints' I see page after page of them, indicating you are the same as the rest of them.

Therefore I really shouldn't be surprised that Miami Club behaves in the exact same fashion.

posted on May 14, 2014.

Hi,

Thanks for your message and sorry to hear that you feel this way.

The bottom line here is that you are from Canada, Miami Club does not accept players from Canada, hence your account was closed. You have been notified of this several times.

Taking this into account, the casino is unable to reopen your account. Therefore consider this matter closed.

Miami Club

Roanan Hawes Canada
posted on May 15, 2014.

Why are you BLATANTLY REFUSING to address the REAL issue:

Your rules DO NOT state "Miami Club does not accept players from Canada" as you just wrote.

It ACTUALLY READS:
"The Company reserves the right to refuse new account registrations"

MY ACCOUNT WAS ALREADY OPEN BEFORE YOU IMPLEMENTED THIS RULE.

AskGamblers
posted on May 16, 2014.

Dear roanan, is this issue resolved? Please confirm, thank you.

Roanan Hawes Canada
posted on May 16, 2014.

No, this is probably never going to get resolved.
Apparently MiamiClub speak an entirely different version of English as the rest of us and clearly can not, or will not, see anybody's point other than their own.

AskGamblers
posted on May 19, 2014.

Miami Club Casino doesn't accept players from Canada, and that is also stated on our website about this casino. It doesn't matter if player opened account a few months ago, this casino, can't provide any service to the Canadian players. This complaint is resolved.