Heaps O Wins

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Heaps O Wins sister sites include Velvet Spin and Sector 777.
Heaps O Wins (heapsofwins.com) is operated by Anden Online N.V. of Curacao.

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HEAPS O WINS IS NOT COVERED BY A UK GAMBLING COMMISSION LICENCE.

Heaps O Wins belongs to Anden Online N.V., which is one of the better-known casino network companies based on the island of Curacao. However, Anden Online N.V. doesn’t hold a UK Gambling Commission licence. That means that it should turn away players who live in the UK – but it doesn’t. For that reason, we have to remind you that if you’re reading these words in the UK, you shouldn’t play at Heaps O Wins or any of the Heaps O Wins sister sites. If you do so, you play without any regulatory protection and with nowhere to turn if you have a complaint or an issue that the casino can’t resolve. The following information is presented for the benefit of our readers outside the UK.

Velvet Spin

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Velvet Spin does things very differently from Heaps O Wins. As we said above, Heaps O Wins allows players from the UK to enter the casino even though it’s not really supposed to. Velvet Spin, by contrast, imposes a geo-block, which means that UK-based players can’t even load the casino, much less register to play at it. Why this disparity exists across the Heaps O Wins sister sites is unknown. From what we know of it, it’s a relatively small casino site with fewer than two hundred slots available, although it specialises in jackpot slots. There’s no live casino section, though, and the fact that all of the games at the casino come from a single provider means that there isn’t much variety to be had. As another niggle, Velvet Spin is understood to charge players for making withdrawals, which is something we never like to see.

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Sector 777

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Unlike Velvet Spin, you’ll have no problem accessing the Sector 777 website if you live in the UK – although that isn’t a good thing, for the reasons we’ve discussed above. Sector 777 isn’t exactly the snappiest name we’ve ever heard for an online casino, although we acknowledge the association between triple sevens and good luck. When it comes to design, Sector 777 looks much like the other members of the Heaps O Wins sister sites (and Heaps O Wins itself) – all of the casinos on the Anden Online N.V. platform have a strong family resemblance. They also share a similar selection of games, so if you’re moving between these casinos, don’t expect to find much in the way of variety. Those who are on the fence about signing up with Sector 777 might be interested to know that it offers a small no-deposit bonus so you can try it out.

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Heaps O Wins Review 2024

This casino seems to be a little confused about what it wants its name to be. The logo says “Heaps O Wins” very clearly, but the full URL spells the name as Heaps of Wins. Whatever the correct label is, it’s a fairly plain casino site with an easy-to-use interface. It doesn’t stand out visually, but everything is easy to find, and the games that it promotes on its homepage look attractive with their oversized thumbnails. Is Heaps O Wins as good as its name promises – are there really heaps of wins to be had here? We’ll review it and tell you.

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Heaps O Wins Welcome Promotions

We thought it was unusual that Heaps O Wins didn’t have a banner advert for its welcome promotion on its homepage, as Curacao-based casinos almost always make a big deal about their promotions. It didn’t take us long to find out why. Heaps O Wins doesn’t have a welcome promotion. However, it does have a couple of promotions that can be taken advantage of by brand-new players. The first of them is the casino’s new game bonus. The newest addition to Heaps O Wins at the time we visited it to write this review was Locking Archer, and the promotion attached to it was a 330% deposit boost plus fifty free spins for all players depositing £20 or more. The wagering requirement for the promotion is x20, which is pretty good, and the maximum bonus amount is £15,000.

Alternatively, players who turn up at Heaps O Wins in the evening can claim a 190% deposit boost bonus with a wagering requirement of x7, subject to a minimum deposit of £40. The maximum value of this promotion is £10,000, but the casino doesn’t actually say what time of night the promotion becomes valid. We assume the promotion is available every night, though, so this is a major perk. Elsewhere in the casino, players can claim twenty-five free spins on selected slots every time they make a deposit of any value.

Other Promotions

The promotions we’ve listed above are nice, but the best perks at Heaps O Wins are to be found in its VIP Program. There are six tiers to the program, with rewards increasing at each level. Players receive birthday bonuses, comp points, weekly cashback and daily free spins even at the bottom level of the scheme, but as they rise through the ranks, they receive enhanced levels of monthly cashback, a dedicated VIP support agent, loyalty bonuses, physical gifts that are sent in the mail, and prioritised high-speed withdrawals. The only snag is that there’s no guaranteed method for rising through the ranks – Heaps O Wins reviews accounts and promotes players as and when it sees fit, offering no advice other than “keep depositing” if you want the VIP team to notice you.

Pros and Cons of Heaps O Wins

Pros: The terms and conditions of the promotions offered at Heaps O Wins are excellent. Assuming that we can trust the casino to deliver on what it advertises, the daily bonuses are easy to access, and the long-term loyalty rewards are fair.

Cons: The casino doesn’t publish any guidance on withdrawal processing on its banking page. The catalogue of games here is extremely limited, with very little range or variety. Bigger than any of this, though, is the fact that Heaps O Wins operates without an iGaming licence. That makes it very difficult to trust the casino.

Top Games at Heaps O Wins

This casino might be called Heaps O Wins, but it doesn’t come with Heaps O Games. Our estimation is that the full selection of games available at the casino is below two hundred. That’s very low by modern standards and might make it difficult for the casino to retain players. Not only are there few games, but there are also few categories. The iGaming portfolio at the casino is divided into slots, card games, speciality games and jackpots. “Speciality games” are where you’ll find Keno, Caribbean varieties of poker, and (for some reason) European Roulette. None of the table or card games are live.

In terms of top games, the casino prioritises what’s been added to its catalogue most recently. Locking Archer was, as we said above, the most recent addition to Heaps O Wins when we visited the casino to write this review, so that’s listed first on the homepage. Other recent additions include Dragon Feast, Spooky Wins, and Legend of the High Seas. You’ll see these games at plenty of Curacao casinos because they tend to draw their supply from the same provider – Real Time Gaming.

Withdrawal Processing & Support

The banking page at Heaps O Wins promises the best, most secure and fastest deposit and withdrawal methods in the industry but then proceeds to tell us nothing about its withdrawal processing terms. The page confirms that Visa and Mastercard debit cards, Neosurf and ezeeWallet e-wallets and Bitcoin are all approved for deposits, but nothing is said about withdrawals at all. If you want to find out about withdrawals, you have to visit the “Finance” page instead – and that’s when you’ll find out that the Heaps O Wins withdrawal process is anything but fast.

When a withdrawal is requested from Heaps O Wins, it goes into a queue for approval. It might take up to three working days for approval to be granted. It might then take a further three business days for an approved withdrawal to be processed, so players could easily be left waiting for more than a full week. To add insult to injury, a withdrawal processing fee of up to £40 applies to all transactions.

Customer Services & Licensing

Heaps O Wins promotes live chat as its primary means of providing customer support and promises that assistance is available via that channel 24-7. If you’re struggling to use it, you could instead send an email to [email protected]. Heaps O Wins doesn’t claim to hold any iGaming licences – not even one from authorities in Curacao, who are notorious for handing them out to pretty much anybody who asks, regardless of suitability. We believe that the Heaps O Wins sister sites are also unlicenced, which means that there’s a big trust issue with every casino on this operator’s network.

Heaps O Wins – The Verdict

If Heaps O Wins had a licence, we might be quite fond of it. The selection of games is too small to hold our interest for long, but the promotions are solid. It’s a moot point, though, because the casino doesn’t have a licence and, therefore, isn’t to be trusted. We know that some players actively seek out unlicensed casinos to play at, but if you’re one of them, also consider the fact that Heaps O Wins is very slow when it comes to withdrawals and takes the liberty of charging a fee for processing them. Better options exist – even in Curacao.

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