We do not recommend playing at Dreamy Seven Casinos.
(-1) We find this casino’s dormancy clause for UK players to be predatory as it does not state that before beginning dormancy proceedings every effort will be made to contact the relevant player. Accounts held by UK players are declared dormant after only 6 months of inactivity. We also find their maintenance fee for dormant accounts held by UK players to be unacceptably high at a rate of 10% of the account balance per month.
“36. If Your Account is regulated by the Company’s Gambling Commission online gambling licence, then the following arrangement will be administered instead of the arrangement in section 35: should You fail to use Your Account for six months then Your Account will be considered an Inactive Account. The six-month period will run from the date of Your last login to Your Account. In the case of an Inactive Account, the Company will levy a monthly administration fee at a rate of 10% of the balance in the Account on the date that it became Inactive, provided the Company has notified You 30 (thirty) days prior to your account becoming Inactive. The administration fee shall be deducted from the Inactive Account’s balance commencing from the last day of the month in which the Account became Inactive and on the last day of every month thereafter, until the balance of the account has reached zero. In the event that You login to Your Account during the period in which the administration fee is levied, the Company will cease to levy the administration fee but shall not be obligated to return to You any funds already deducted from the Account at such time.” – 04/06/2018
(-1) Progressive Jackpot Monthly Withdrawal Cap –
Terms limit withdrawals for winner of Progressive Jackpots to £30,000 per month for the Divine Fortune game. Progressive Jackpots are paid by the jackpot contributions that should be collected and ring-fenced at time each bet is placed. This allows the operator to pay the full balance without any impact on their liquidity or ability to pay other players. If the operator is not paying these wins in full means that the progressive jackpot contributions for this game are being mis-managed.
“32. We draw Your attention to the following additional withdrawal restrictions: (a) Visa credit and debit card withdrawals are not available in certain jurisdictions due to local issuer restrictions; (b) MasterCard credit and debit card withdrawals are not available due to issuer restrictions; (c) the maximum withdrawal amount per account is (i) £/$/€3,000 or 30,000 kr per week, per site and (ii) £/$/€6,000 or 60,000kr per month, per site. In case of progressive jackpots, the winnings can be withdrawn at once in full amount, except in case of Divine Fortune jackpot win where the maximum withdrawal amount per month is $30,000 / €30,000 / £30,000 / 300,000kr.” – 04/06/2016
As of June 2018 Progress Play have informed us that they will no longer share evidence to support their decisions during the management of player complaints. This is a very disappointing shift in policy and appears to have been instigated by the incoming GDPR policies. However our service is very familiar with the requirements of the GDPR and this presents no barrier to the management of player complaints as long as the proper permissions are obtained from the complainant beforehand. We have continued to to manage complaints for several far larger groups than Progress Play without issue since the GDPR has come into place.
For references see Progress Play Group Player Issues
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