Casino pair walk away with €35000
Casino pair walk away with €35000 It is not exactly the latest in casino news but recent reports have brought to light an interesting Irish casino story from the card club known as the Castlebar Card Club in Co Mayo where two employees were dismissed after new owners took over and offered them €10 in compensation. As the pair had worked there for more than a year they refused the offer and took the owners to court for unfair dismissal. Interestingly enough when the case came to court the defendants chose not to appear which left the only evidence coming from the prosecution and they were awarded €15000 and €20000. Online casino owners beware that you cannot ride roughshod over employees. In further news from online casinos there is a relatively new online casino on the block known as Freespins Casino which casinos.ie has looked at and will do an article about in the near future but in the meantime the main difference between this online casino and other online casinos is in the structure of the joining bonus. It is actually wrong to call this offer from the online casino a joining bonus as the offer is available on every deposit made into the online casino and not just the first deposit as is the case with many online casinos. Freespins Casino gives free spins on a number of casino slots with the value depending on the amount of your deposit which ranges from around 10% of your deposit for a €10 deposit up to nearly 20% of the value for a €500 deposit. After playing the free spins at this online casino which has to be done within two days of receiving them you will undoubtedly have made money which is then in your bonus account and to convert this cash into withdrawable funds you will need to stake it a further 50 times which is around average for online casinos.This post can be found in the category General Casino News .
Casino pair walk away with €35000
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