The gaming community and general public all want to know if Lock Poker has shut down. Recent reports as well as messages on player gaming website forum are hinting that the troubled Lock Poker company along with its related online casino could have stopped all their operations. This is after many months of complaints regarding slow reimbursement and payments to players.
Lock Poker website down
The popular gaming publication US Poker published a report stating Lock remained unresponsive since April 17, with the website and the software download being available to the general public, but the software failing to connect to servers. Lock’s live chat facility was also found to be offline as well as sign-up pages remaining inoperable.
US Poker reported the website at Lockcasino.eu being operational, the software being offline and when clicked the download button at Lockcasino.eu shows the sign ‘service unavailable’ when connected from a US connection based in Nevada. Devices located outside Nevada were able to download Lock’s software but got HTML errors when trying to log in.
All efforts by US Poker to contact Lock Poker were to no avail. The company’s Curacao’s licence, however is still valid.
No responses from the website
Pokerscout, the independent online poker mentor, meanwhile stated player liquidity at the much criticised online gaming site had plummeted in numbers to hit 10 players in the entire last week. The site’s activity peaked at 20 players within a day.
Complaints are seemingly falling on deaf ears as player complaints indicate Lock last processed a cash-out nearly a year back, and has been registered and titled ‘rogue’ on most gaming and gaming community websites since 2010.
Experts predict Lock’s deposit are in the $15 million to $20 million region.