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Complaint: After purchasing hundreds of dollars in coins to play the games on Facebook at DoubleU Casino I noticed that I would often get kicked out of the games during the bonus rounds. If I purchased a VIP game package which usually ranged between $39-$499 which would give you millions in credits, they would set the betting on the machine to take higher bets and you could not lower your bet to what you wanted. After loosing millions (like 5-10 million coins) I would get maybe 30-40 thousand back, which means you will be purchasing another pack soon. So I made the mistake I guess of posting to my facebook account about the payouts and the next day I could no longer play any facebook games. But what makes me mad is that I can’t play any of their games, but the use my facebook page, sometimes half of the page to advertise their games in order to solicit my facebook friends into playing. So Yes, it’s true they are ripping off their customers. Yes, some of the blame falls on me because they didn’t make me play, but they did lure me in with the adverstisment which says the games are free. A lesson learned, but I will continue to expose them for what they are. Roberta, Tuscaloosa, AL Roberta, Tuscaloosa, AL

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