In August 2014, Casino Floor allowed me to open an account when I am already self excluded from a number of brands on the Every Matrix platform which Casino Floor is licensed on. Even some that share the same registration number, such as Guts Casino.
Casino Floor are refusing to refund my deposits. However, I have been doing research and found this on the 'AskGamblers' page from them to a customer,
" The reason for this is due to the fact that we have detected that you have self-excluded yourself from other brands on the Everymatrix platform which Casinofloor is licensed on. For customers who have self-excluded for reasons that fall under our Responsible Gaming policy we are obligated to assist whenever possible. In this case since your self-exclusion from other EM* brands fall under this category, we have terminated your Casinofloor account and refunded your original deposit and confiscated any potential winnings as a result of this policy. We refer to Article 26 of the Gaming Act of 1998"
So if your winning money they will close your account, refuse to pay you and refund your deposits. But if like me, you did not make any winnings but you opened an account and deposited, they will not refund you?
Doesn't make sense to me, very dodgy. How can they have one rule for some people and a different rule for others?