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Bingo Sites To Avoid

Friday, Sep. 19th 2014 12:33 PM

You may or may not already be signed up at the following online bingo sites, and if you haven’t, they should probably be best avoided (at least for the time being). Big Time Bingo, Bingo Palace, BingoSC, and are reported to be closing, so they should not be played on or registered at.

Players who already have accounts with the above mentioned sites have been advised to “CHARGE BACK ALL TRANSACTIONS THAT YOU HAVE MADE IN THE LAST 6 MONTHS”. Having said that, it is unlikely that reimbursements can be obtained.

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Mirror Bingo Moves To Virtue Fusion

Thursday, Jul. 17th 2014 7:55 AM

Mirror Bingo, from the newspaper group of the same name has been a Cashcade favourite since its launch but recently the brand has been streamlined and many of the sites have lost their original feel. It may be that that’s fuelled the decision by the Mirror group to move the sites over to the Virtue Fusion software.

The decision was announced a little while ago and for most of yesterday Mirror Bingo was offline. At about dinner time the site finally went live, moving all the operations, lock, stock and barrel over to the Virtue Fusion software. We’ll be updating the Mirror Bingo review soon.

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Numerous Online Bingo Site Closures

Saturday, Mar. 8th 2014 7:47 AM

Often the news we bring you here at Playing Bingo is about new brands that are launching on line, it’s quite a rarity to be reporting on the closure of a brand but in February 2013 quite a few shut their virtual doors! February also heralded the arrival of some new brands (Tickety Boo Bingo to name just one) too but the closures were more numerous.

The only site on the closures list that made an official announcement, at least one we were privy too, was BingOn. This site opened in 2009 on the NYX Interactive software before moving to Parlay in October 2011. Players to the site are now directed to Bingo Palace where their logins are valid. Parlay now has very few brands powered by their software.

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