There are several reasons why an online casino would trigger an alarm and land on this page. These gambling sites are specially marked by us and fall into either the “closed”, “closed”, “not recommended” or “blacklisted” categories.
That’s the easiest case. Should a casino cease operations, the customer would like to know, preferably before it happens. If there is still a balance in the player’s account, the player should be able to withdraw it before the closure.
We mark casinos with a “closed” tag as soon as we hear about the impending closure.
On our website, termination means the termination of the relationship between Reviewed-Casinos.com and the casino/affiliate program.
The reasons for this can be many and varied.Mostly it is because we are no longer satisfied with the program (or vice versa) and therefore terminate our business relationship in a good way.
Casinos that are marked by us with “not recommended” are not necessarily evil, but are conspicuous by the fact that the disadvantages for the player outweigh the advantages. Nobody needs casinos that are not fun or make life difficult for the players.
Every now and then casinos hit the headlines because of fraudulent business practices or unethical behavior. These are blacklisted and are posted on our website as a warning only. It goes without saying that we do not recommend them either.
For more detailed information on casino warnings and rogue casino operations, we also recommend that you visit our friend Bryan Bailey at Casinomeister .