Irish Online Gambling Director Fired After a €1 Million Mistake
If you live in Ireland and want to earn some extra money easily, then this may be the most exciting article you’ll ever read.
Trusted casino site LuckyDays, has made a costly mistake after launching their online Casino in Ireland that caused the company to lose hundreds of thousands of Euros to its players.
This glitch has already lost them close to €1 million in free deposits and cash prizes and the loss is going to continue to increase until 18 May 2021 when their new customer agreement takes effect.
What Exactly Happened?
Michael McGee, an experienced Casino player from Belfast who was one of the first players to discover the loophole explains:
“The LuckyDays' new promotional campaign for new customers in Ireland was supposed to give €10,000 in prizes of additional free credits to all new customers that deposited at least €10 to their account. Unfortunately for them, they had a wording error in the agreement so each new customer gets daily up to €10K in guaranteed prizes of free credits based on the amount of their first deposit.
As a result, people are using the €10 deposit and hitting jackpots that are costing the online casino heavily. What is making matters even worse for the company is that there is no way for them to fix it due to the strict gambling laws in Ireland which require Casino companies to notify at least 7 days in advance before changing their terms and conditions. So getting these bonuses for free is completely legal.”
Thousands of Winners
One company’s mistake can be incredibly profitable for everyone else. One lucky woman, 26-year-old Karen Hammond from Limerick, registered with LuckyDays and claimed the free welcome bonus and after making her first €20 deposit for playing, she won the Slot Jackpot of €722,647. “I used to dread waking up each morning and going to a job that I hate, all to just be able to cover my rent and bills, now I have so much freedom.”
LuckyDays' Director in Ireland, Stuart Rogers was fired immediately after the incident and the new manager Philip Halstead has a lot of fixing to do. Halstead responded to our inquiry via email, “This has been a very unfortunate and costly mistake for the company but we have to learn from it and move on. The Irish market is very important to us and we are here to stay even after this costly error for the company.”
Here is how people in Ireland are claiming their free money:
1. They sign up at Lucky Days
2. They make a small deposit of at least €10 and then use the free credit they receive to win money without a risk of losing and completely legally
As of 18 May 2021, the free bonus loophole is still available
New customer agreement will become active on 18 May 2021 and this loophole can no longer be used.