• Update: GoWildCasino Police Raid

    20 October 2010

    Newspaper

    According to an affiliate program representative posting at the Affiliate Guard forum, there was an issue regarding Go Wild Casino and the police but it is all do to a “vengeful ex-employee that was recently dismissed”. Also expected soon is a press release from Microgaming and Go Wild. Here is what the representative had to say:

    First of all we would like to apologize for the inconveniences caused to any of our clients or affiliates, and inform clearly that all withdrawals, deposits and game-play remains flawless and will not be affected at any time. All affiliates tracking data will be restored for our partners and our affiliate program services will be back online shortly.

    As part of our objective to provide the best and most reliable services to our clients and partners, our Customer Care and Support Services are managed by a specialized company, who works very closely with our casino management in an endeavor for excellence. Unfortunately, one of their vengeful ex-employee that was recently dismissed (due to poor performance) decided to try to harm and damage the company by using false accusation to the law enforcements.

    At the moment they are resolving this matter with their team of lawyers and we hope that very soon they will start providing the best services possible as they have done up to this point.

    In the meantime, we advise all our customers to keep enjoying the games and software, as well as our banking services for all their financial transactions. Any queries can be sent to support@gowildcasino.com and we will do our best to provide you with a reply as soon as possible. All bonuses will be issued normally to all eligible clients and we guarantee a massive promotion once our unbeatable service resumes operations.

    We apologize yet again and trust this will be resolved rapidly.

    GoWild Casino Management
    GoWild Malta Limited

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