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Any information that can be read on this website comes in the form of content that is for reference purposes only. This information is designed to assist you in understanding signup offers at online casinos and in playing online slot machines and is not to be looked upon as advice or tips to reliably earn money. The accuracy of details with regards offers and bonus codes at CasinoLounge is of paramount importance. However, although we are committed to providing accurate information, we cannot promise that to always be the case and accuracy cannot be guaranteed.
We accept no responsibility for any factual errors and no legal liability for mistakes with details. Any errors or omissions are not subject to legal action against the website owners. This condition also applies to sites that are connected to this website.
CasinoLounge is a site created and maintained by Better Collective, a leading developer of user-oriented platforms within the iGaming and gambling industry. Better Collective is defined by it’s commitment to transparency and innovation, qualities that CasinoLounge also strives to embody.
CasinoLounge is active on Twitter (with more social media integrations coming). Please only follow and interact with our social media accounts if you’re above the age of 18.
CasinoLounge’s social media is used to promote our content and follow leaders and influencers in the betting and casino industry. CasinoLounge does not collect data from social media, engage in targeted/paid advertising on social media nor directly communicate with followers via our social media platforms.
Part of the website design is links to other websites in the field of online casinos with an affiliate business model. The affiliate model encompasses links to external sites and internal links to other parts of this website. Links to external sites are controlled by third parties and it is their responsibility to have adequate privacy policies in place. This website is not liable for any errors or failing safeguards with regards to privacy. Website privacy is part of our remit on our own site but failings on other sites are not our responsibility.
The online privacy of browsers who visit our site is a very important element of our operation. One of the major objectives of this venture is to respect the privacy of our guests. Our website is visited by readers from various sources and statistics with regards traffic are maintained using traffic technology such as Google Analytics and Clicky.
None of the information about visitors to the site and users of our services has been soured in a disreputable way. CasinoLounge collects information such as on-site behaviour and location but does not collect information to the extent that it personally identifiable (your email is optional to disclose if you wish to contact us; see next paragraph). Sites that are externally linked to by CasinoLounge collect more personal information during their signup processes, such as name and banking details, and we cannot control for what purpose they use that information and are not to be held responsible for their misconduct or irresponsible activities.
CasinoLounge is reachable by email and know that by choosing to send an email, we will keep your name and email in order to respond to your query. Your email or other personal details will not be shared with third parties, will not be added to any mailing lists and can be deleted at any time upon request.
An important element of the viability and success of this website is knowing which features and areas are most popular in the context of traffic. Optimising the information included on the site is reliant on knowing what information is most read and which pages are visited most frequently. Anonymous tracking information is useful but that data is secure and stays within our company.
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