Wink Bingo Will Make You Wince

Wink Bingo Will Make You Wince

Written by: Glo Wood

25 January 2016

Wink Bingo is advertising a new Wheel of Prizes. We wanted to bring this our reader’s attention not to promote the site but to make sure you know what you’re getting into with this operator.

With licensing in the UK and a major company like 888’s Cassava Enterprises behind it, you’d think it would be a safe bet. Unfortunately, this is not the case. The terms and conditions across not only this site but the majority of Cassava owned sites are not as player friendly as they should be.

One of the wheel prizes is 20 free spins but according to the fine print, your wins are capped at £4. What are you going to do with that? You must deposit before being eligible to take a spin on the wheel.

The following comes directly from the Wink’s general T&C’s, which should be read thoroughly before you consider signing up.

“The Company reserves the right to close accounts registered from certain countries. This policy was introduced after high volume credit card fraud originated in these countries. Winnings from these accounts will not be paid out more than the amount into your deposits made on the account. We apologize to the customers from the countries detailed below for the inconvenience caused.”

“The countries include (but are not limited to): Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belarussia, Bosnia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Herzegovina, Hungary, Indonesia, Kosova, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Russia, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Macedonia, South Africa, Turkey and the Ukraine.”

“If you do not log onto your account for a period of 90 days, your vouchers, Loyalty Points and Bonus Funds, if any, shall be forfeited to the Company without further notice. In addition, if you do not log onto your account for a period of 180 days, any balance in your account will be forfeited to the Company without further notice.”

If you manage to hit a jackpot worth £20,000 or more, they may opt to pay you in 24 month installments. The withdrawal limits are ridiculously low and the time it takes to receive your cashout is entirely too long even when you use an e-wallet such as Neteller or PayPal.

We do not recommend Wink Bingo but if you must play there, please note the terms and conditions first.


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