Quite sure I mentioned something about this ages but to put it simply the lamers of the industry need a name a shame session concerning some of their emails. Many casinos try to use as many tactics as they can use to almost fool us into gambling... some have a bit of credibility but many dont, so hopefully I can point out a few that dont... take this classic email I had today: Email title: You have received £50 to play for free Beginning of email: £50 to play for - All for free! We have given you £50 in bonus money to play our fun and exciting games. (Sound good to me) Rest of email: The only thing you need to do to access the money is to make a deposit of the same amount or greater at Mr123 Games, and the money will be visible in your user account. You can see in each games info box if you can play the with bonus and you win real money instantly when playing with your bonus money! Click here to get your £50! That is nothing but a confusion scam tactic... They are blatantly trying to lure people into depositing and covering up a 100% match bonus as "£50 free". The email was sent directly from MR123 games email address as well..