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 Post subject: Bingo Sites and Their Associations
PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 2:27 pm 
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I wasn't sure where to post this, so please feel free to edit the topic line and place it in the most appropriate area. I've read through quite a few of the topics already as a new member here and realized that many don't realize what site goes with what sister. I had compiled this list a few months ago and thought I would share it in the hopes that it will help people avoid 'duplicate/multiple accounts' issues that generally come up when they try to withdraw winnings. I'm listing only USA membership sites since I didn't research anything else.

SATURN BINGO NETWORK:
HotPepperBingo
BingoIsle
SaturnBingo
AthenaBingo
BingoMalti
KoalaBingo
AztecBingo
*Bingos.com moved out of the USA and all accounts were transferred to Saturn Bingo so I'm not sure if they were originally part of this network)

A2ZBINGO NETWORK/BINGOA2Z NETWORK
BingoCard
BingoLOL
BingoMillionaire
888Bingo
BingoCrazy
1976Bingo
BingoTide
Freebeebingo

BINGOSUITE/BINGOROOM NETWORK
USABingonetwork.com
BingoFancy
BingoHideaway
BingoGang
LoungeBingo
BingoHeart
BigBettysBingo
Bingoroom
FreeBingoGame
MaxBingo
Bingo101
FreeBingoRoom
BingoToday
DailyStarBingo
LuckyBingos
BingoFunland
UKBingoroom
BingoJewel
Bingosuite
UrbanBingo

IBINGO - powered by QUAD --- these all have the same appearance and same game room names so I'm assuming they are all sister sites but could be mistaken.

IBingo - this site is the only one I belonged to but after a heated email session (I still have them) with one of their managers, I insisted they close my account. I watched what I suspected were house players win everything in sight, including the slots in large amounts. This is why I never signed up at any of the following since I personally suspected they were all from the same corporation running them all.
DrawBingo
WowBingo
BillyBingo
LeisureBingo
MegabuxBingo
Bingotto

123BINGO NETWORK
CoolcatBingo
BetRoyalBingo
JewelBingo
123Bingo - not sure if I understand David's notice on this site about the changing of management only or if 123Bingo has actually broken away from the 123Bingo Network other sites and is now independent of them.

CYBERBINGO NETWORK * if this network is also associated with BingoZest, Alpha Bingo, Bingofest, and BingoSky, and is owned by CB Corporation as mentioned in another area of this site, add the rest of the Cyberbingo Network to that list
Cyberbingo
WorldBingoHall
BingoBunnies
4BingoBingo
4LiveBingo
BingoBingo
BingoJackpots.com
Playbingoonline.com
ZingoBingo
BingoWay
BingoTastic
BingoStorm
MasterBingo
ExclaimBingo
HookedOnBingo
LadyluckBingo
Bahama-Bingo
ArcadeBingo

BINGOVILLE
BingoBeehive (nickle only site)

VIC'S BINGO - not sure of the actual network name but these sites are all connected
Bingo Hall
BingoForMoney
InternetBingo (free)

RVBINGO AND PLAYTIMEBINGO are identical sites where if you use different account names to register at the second one, you can actually see identical games, identical pot amounts, identical jp's, and identical winners for each game window. You are literally playing at one site with two windows as both 'sites' redirect to each other's game rooms. Although the rooms are different, the software is identical and many of the same players from CASHMILL BINGO also play during the free hours at RVBingo and PlayTimeBingo so I have had a suspicion that CASHMILL is also a sister site of sorts.

WORLDBINGONETWORK
BingoWorkz
WaveBingo
BingoHouse
BingoOasis
BingoCharm
AmericaBingo
WinnerBingo
BingoBlast.BingoWorkz.com
USABingo
AllWinBingo
GalaxyBingo
HereWeGoBingo
FairAndSquareBingo (this is how it's typed in the URL although it's actually called Fair N' Square Bingo)

ONLINEBINGO.COM
OnlineBingo
BigTimeBingo
BingoPalace
10CardBingo

GONEBINGO and BUGLEGAMES

BINGOVEGA and SOUTHBEACHBINGO may be connected.

FAIRPLAY NETWORK
LuckyBallsBingo
IslandBingo

BINGO ENTERTAINMENT - Up until about a month ago you had to sign up separately at each of these sites. I'm not sure if that's still true since they brought the games back to the USA after a short leave of absence.

BingoPlex
GlamourBingo
MainstreetBingo
BingoGala
BingoMega
BingoSplash
BingoEmpire
PremierBingo

AMIGOBINGO and BINGODINER and GALACTICBINGO and GAYPRIDEBINGO and TREASUREBINGO are identical sites, playing in the same rooms, same players, etc. All links for each site end up at the same place for all of them.

Obviously this is not a complete list, but it's still pretty extensive and I hope it helps whoever has been looking for this information. Some of it is not easy to locate. lol


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PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 3:29 pm 
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PC you are a wealth of helpful information, and I for one thank you soooooo much for making this information available to all of us in the bingo world. You went to great lengths to compile this information and I think you're awesome!


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 Post subject: Thank very much
PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 3:43 pm 
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for your kind words..

I neglected to add regarding Onlinebingo/BigTimeBingo/BingoPalace that since I didn't, at that time, realize that OnlineBingo was part of the network, I registered there, and went to play bingo at BTB and found my account had been disabled. After notifying their customer support I was informed that I had created a 'multiple' account situation. So I immediately closed my account with Onlinebingo.com and they reinstated the BTB account. Why I am still 'allowed' to have the same account information at BingoPalace is beyond me but I will have to close that account or close the one at BTB after talking with support at either site so I don't get caught up in the 'no withdrawal allowed due to multiple accounts' garbage. I haven't played at Palace for quite a while, but still play at BTB so I have to make a choice/decision real soon.

The account ID numbers they assigned automatically when you register are different for both sites, but I have in the past deposited at Palace...perhaps quite a while before joining BTB so all registry information is the same at both sites. Sooner or later, they will catch up with it I'm sure and I'll be sitting at the curb, coming here to ask for help to get my payout. lol


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 Post subject: bingo sites
PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 4:28 pm 
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Wowsers,,What a compilation! Wonderful to have this information.
It is near impossible now to play at 2 different sites without them being affiliated in some way or sister sites.
Ibingo was one of the first sites I ever deposited and played. I had 2 accounts from this household..mainly because I lost the info and tried to retreive it from them with no response for days, so I opened a new one. they have no real long running loyalty program there. As long as you keep current on deposits, you are ok,but let 30 or 60 days pass and you start at level one again!
I dont like the absence of the player count in games. There are many same winners there,but as I played at more sites, I discovered many sites have the same winner syndrome. It is difficult to even look for houseplayers because one has no idea how many are playing in each game. Could be 100 people playing and when the same names pop up as winners, one might think there may be a limited number of players...maybe. Who knows?
their bonus policy totally sucks with a mere 2% to 20% deposit bonus, depending on your level.
Many people think (as I have been told) ibingo has been around a long time and therefore they have no houseplayers.! lol Maybe their opinion is borne out of the fact they beleive housies are a relatively new idea.

As far as "good" sites to play at, no such animal exists...it is only in the mind of the player what is tolerable and/or acceptable to each individual.
Some dont mind depositing every 7 days to a month to be considered an active player, some dont mind bloated playthroughs, some dont even mind that the house can change rules in the middle of a stream without notice to anyone,and some...beleive it or not, dont even mind housies or staff playing against them.
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None of the above rules would be permissable for me to label it a "good "site.
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PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 9:01 pm 
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Awesome PC!! Thanks so much!! The more info our players/members have, maybe the better their online gambling experiences will be!!


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PostPosted: Sat May 26, 2007 3:27 am 
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Great research PC, I would like to add to your list lol. I know Amigo bingo have many, many more sister sites. But the only ones I can think of offhand is CanadianDollarBingo, and I think DesparateHousewives as well.

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As far as "good" sites to play at, no such animal exists...


OMG Dyna give it a rest, there are good sites out there, go look for them. I would like to know what you consider a site should have for you to call it a good site.


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PostPosted: Sat May 26, 2007 11:54 pm 
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I don't think Desperate Housewives bingo is part of the same one that Amigo Bingo is, but I'm not sure. I do know that Desperate Housewives is part of the World Bingo Network. They have Fair 'N Square and BingoWorkz also. I'm not sure about it but I don't think it falls in with Amigo. I've been wrong before though. LOL.


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PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2007 12:25 am 
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Don't know if this helps or not, but thought I would post it in case....

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 Post subject: Southbeach
PostPosted: Thu Jul 12, 2007 8:20 am 
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Southbeach bingo is part of bingohall, I don't think bingovega has a partner


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 Post subject: bingo site rules
PostPosted: Thu Jul 12, 2007 11:06 am 
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My opinion on site tactics and rules are a personal choice I am entitled to, just as anyone is. It is, after all, what each person finds acceptable if one chooses to play online bingo.

A "good" site is one that is regulated by a recognized and authorized agency that advocates and enforces equitable standards for the player as well as the site owners. Until that happens, only comparative values exist, and that requires preferential evaluation on a personal level.

I am not saying that all sites are "bad", I am saying that I personally will not deposit at any sites that share unacceptable policies or rules that I find objectionable. Reasonable thinking precludes that I incorporate site history, player experiences ,personal knowledge and instinct as a guideline in this decision making process.
What is good for the goose is not always good for the gander.


Quote: Dynamitewoman said:

As far as "good" sites to play at, no such animal exists...it is only in the mind of the player what is tolerable and/or acceptable to each individual.
Some dont mind depositing every 7 days to a month to be considered an active player, some dont mind bloated playthroughs, some dont even mind that the house can change rules in the middle of a stream without notice to anyone,and some...beleive it or not, dont even mind housies or staff playing against them.

None of the above rules would be permissable for me to label it a "good "site.


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It seems every bingo on the net are all connected in some way,none are honest, why not the players shut them all down by not playing?


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Just thought I'd point out here that we do need to watch for sites that are associated with each other and those that use certain companies that are connected to the assoiciated sites.

Hope that makes sense, but basically alot of sites will use the staffing "as it were" like chat managers and so on from well established sites, but they are totally individual so the multiple accounts issue would not be a problem.

There are a few, good honest sites out there, we just have to help each other in finding them. After all, at the right place, online bingo is still one of the best forms of entertainment and fun I have found


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Tisasecret said:

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There are a few, good honest sites out there, we just have to help each other in finding them. After all, at the right place, online bingo is still one of the best forms of entertainment and fun I have found


I couldn't agree with you more. \:D/


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 Post subject: Sister sites
PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2007 1:10 pm 
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I did not see BingoSky listed above, do they have sister site or they on there own?


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 Post subject: BingoSky is a 'stand-alone' according
PostPosted: Wed Jul 18, 2007 6:32 am 
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to their Live Help. I had talked with them just last week to find out about any sister sites or associations in order to avoid 'multiple account' issues, and the following is a copy/paste from that chat:

12:14 PM 6/12/2007

Chat InformationPlease wait for a site operator to respond.
Chat InformationYou are now chatting with 'Breanna'
Breanna: Welcome to BingoSKY Support. How may I help you today?
you: I am registered at Bingo Sky and am now becoming familiar with the multiple accounts rule, but I don't know what sites you are sister to or affiliated with that I might have registered at, breaking your rules, without intending to do so. Is there a way for me to find out the names of those sites so I can get those accounts closed?
Breanna: We are our own site. Meaning as long as you only have one account at BingoSKY there is not a problem
you: very good. I think I was redirected here by another site that I used to belong to and they closed or moved out of the USA. Do you know what site that might have been?
Breanna: I have no idea, sorry
you: ok...ty for your help. Now I can deposit here at Sky and not worry that I've broken a rule. I appreciate your information


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