BetOnline Alerted to Inappropriate Behavior by Live Black Jack Dealer: Seeks Feedback

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Feb/20/2017

BetOnline.ag has been notified of an instance of potentially questionable behavior by a black jack dealer from its previous Live Dealer Casino Provider on the date of January 25th, 2017. 

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The Company removed the previous Provider’s Casino and replaced it with the much improved Visionary iGaming Live Dealer product on February 18th 2017.

BetOnline.ag is currently looking into the issue with help and careful cooperation from the previous Live Dealer provider. BetOnline.ag asks that anyone who feels they may have been affected by this dealer’s actions to contact them by email at Casino@BetOnline.ag

As always, BetOnline.ag takes client feedback seriously.  And nothing is more important to BetOnline.ag than the integrity of its gambling offerings and the enjoyment of its players. 

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