Planet 7.oz sounds like a wonderful casino. It could very well be an Australian favourite. You know, if it wasn’t considered blacklisted in the online casino world. Planet 7.oz has a bad reputation at this moment in time for many reasons. The casino has a reputation for refusing to pay out prizes to players, and others have complained that the casino site is a scam altogether. That doesn’t bode well for a casino which from a design perspective actually looks pretty nifty, and would cater to Australian players.
There is a distinct lack of customer support options over at Planet 7.oz Casino. This is always worrying. In fact, the only way you can get assistance is via an e-form which masquerades as a chat box. The help is not efficient enough and scarcely forthcoming at all.
Moreover, the FAQ guide at this casino is woefully vague. A quick check of the terms and conditions at the casino will put you off depositing using their VISA, MasterCard, Neteller, Skrill, ECO or bitcoin deposit options and from claiming their bonuses, too.
Planet 7.oz Casino offers a 100% match deposit welcome bonus to new players, but they are short of information regarding what you can claim with the offer. Other promotions and bonuses at the casino seem to be spurious at best. The fact that casino advertises their deposit bonuses as “every deposit, every day” implies that there is something off at this casino site.
Games at Planet 7.oz Casino
Planet 7.oz Casino is powered by RTG (RealTime Gaming) which is a shame. A number of dodgy casinos have spring up of late being powered by RealTime Gaming, and it is kind of dragging the name of this good casino software developer through the mud.
Planet 7.oz Casino claims to be able to offer players over 100 games. However, they are just as vague as to what they are, aside from the odd mention of Bubble Bubble 2 (a new RTG game) and Cash Bandits. You cannot preview the games, either, which you can do at most other RTG powered domains.
Given the lack of information, the history of refusing to pay out jackpots, and the fact that they claim to be “verified secure” but provide no information on that, we would recommend that players stay away from Planet 7.oz Casino for the foreseeable future, at least.
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