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Moore Games warning
Any affiliates promoting the MooreGames.com website or working with the MooreGames affiliate program should be aware of some recent issues and complaints surrounding the gaming website. In short the program is accused of retroactively changing the terms and conditions on a player promotion and confiscating player funds in the process. As well they currently don't appear to be licensed anywhere at the moment. On their website footer they mention a Maltese company but that doesn't have anything to do with being licensed in Malta. They have the Curacao gaming license icon on the site but that gaming license appears to be invalid as of May 14th, 2013. For more information about the player related issues a player filed a casino complaint with ThePogg.com website http://thepogg.com/complaint/moore-games-changed-allowed-games-4-days-after-a-great-win-of-24k/ The footer text on MooreGames.com says: Mooregames is a trade name for Massive Group NV, registered in Curacao, and holds the following gaming license issued by Cyberluck, Curacao 1668/JAZ. Massive Group N.V is a subsidiary company to Massive Group Ltd, A Malta company with registration number C-54042. Address: Office 303, Suite A, Dolphin Court A Embassy Way, Ta 'Xbiex XBX1071 Malta. The license associated with the website is done by Cyberluck which has seen it's fair share of gambling companies go out of business. On the cyberluck website it states the license for Mooregames.com is invalid. http://validate.cyberluck.com/validate/4e94ee06-ad4c-4b66-8b8a-7b230a00002a Things are not looking good for the gaming company. Their live chat appears to be offline as well. If you have been promoting this gaming group you might want to reconsider updating your links and banners to another program.