Hey folks, Just sharing a cautionary tale so y'all don't get burned like me. I've never played on those illegal casino sites but decided to try the state of NJ-approved online casinos while visiting AC recently. There was a billboard on the freeway, a pamphlet at the cashier's cage and a sign near the elevators coming into the casinos from the parking garage about a $200 cash back promo. Lose net $200 and get $200 in withdraw-able cash (or whatever your net losses were). Sounded like a good reason to play a $200 blackjack hand and hope for the best. When I went to the website, I didn't see the promotion so I called the help line and asked if it was still available. The woman said it was, so I proceeded. A week later....nothing is returned to me (the promo was supposed to take 7 days). So I call up that help line again today and the bait and switch is on. "Oh that promotion actually expired two months ago..they're in the process of changing the signs...that worker was wrong...". I escalate it up the chain as far as they'll allow me but get nothing out of the process. Just a straight up $200 loss and a very bad taste in my mouth for Golden Nugget brand and New Jersey online gaming. In Vegas, at least with mLife, I'm never treated like this. At the very least, they'd say, "sorry someone gave you bad info, here's a buffet voucher". haha Sucks but can't really do anything about this, it appears. So, just be careful. That's all.