MFortune Casino Cashback @ Topcashback, New unique player - sign up, deposit and wager the minimum of £10 to get possible £21 cashback.
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MFortune Casino Cashback @ Topcashback, New unique player - sign up, deposit and wager the minimum of £10 to get possible £21 cashback.

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Found 11th Apr 2016
Deposit and wager £10 and get £21 cashback
I've already done this deal begining of last month and it has been paid out (I've converted mine to Tesco clubcard points)

Also do the supercasino offer deposit £20 and get £21 cashback.
topcashback.co.uk/sup…no/
TCB paid out with 2-3 weeks which a record (sadly you can't get paid out in Tesco clubcard points).

Roxy Palace Casino deposit and wager £20 for £26.25
topcashback.co.uk/rox…ce/

Betway Casino deposit and wager £40 for £42
topcashback.co.uk/bet…no/

All of these offers have been tracked and paid out to me.

4 Comments

Original Poster

To make the most of these casino offers you have to do it 'professional' and not to gamble like a degenerate. For the first offer of £10 for £21 I would make £1 bets (10% of your stake) until to fulfilled your wager requirement using the blackjack strategy card so your playing perfect blackjack (I write down exactly what I've betted so i don't go over the required amount). Once you finished you make a withdraw and move on to the next casino offer (in and out in 5 mins)

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For the supercasino offer of £20 for £21 bet £2 per hand (10% of your stake) then cashout out once you betted the required amount.
You need to set up a new email account and use a different mobile number (I use a £1 EE sim card you get off eBay that comes with £5 credit) to your regular one if not they will bombard you with casino offers to your email account and phone. I have a folder with all my verification documents ready to be attached to sent once they ask for forms of ID

If they offer you a match bonus you need to decline the offer and ask them to take it off.

Great Deal,
I like all the "free money" coming our way recently from these bookie/casino deals. Nice one OP HOT

Cold on principle that these hook the vulnerable and dumb in to spending their living wage and/or benefits when they should be looking after third families?

"Free money" rather depends on if you think the cashback will come through as in did in your case.

Cashback has its flaws and some would rephrase your deal as "gamble £10 for the chance to get £11".

Not suggesting they are shill reviews, but the 4 of 5 positive comments on TCB for this casino don't seem to match either the reviews here or the complaints here.

Think i'll skip....
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