Bingo Parlor / Cheating
Game Fixing (Tampering) by callers and staff with prior knowledge of winning cards dispersed, nightly!
777 Bingo Callers also physically and electronically manipulating final results to called games from behind the caller stand, thus rendering the same results of multiple wins to specific patrons (friends, family, and other co-workers) as pay-off and split-shares of nightly profits, through the distribution of specific game packs and card minding device to each specific players at buy-in.
777 Bingo callers are also allowed, to participate in nightly bingo games, receiving big pay-outs from the winnings on the larger bingo amounts, thus profiting from those large amounts even while working the floor as callers, or sellers, of bingo products.
This is allowed by the current management at 777 Bingo at their patron’s expense with full knowledge of the management/owner.
777 Bingo balls are not counted or changed during break periods, and they're not handling properly in accordance to the gaming commission. This allows changes and variables to their capacity when being jettison from the bin. On a few occasion multiple balls of same ID were found inside of bin or outside.
This establishment (777 Bingo) needs new management and new licensed callers to be legal Bingo establishment for non-profit charitable organizations.
Also the 777 Bingo parlors also needs better monitors or a monitoring system in place behind the caller stand, to ensure compliance with gambling commission rules, that really dictates to the "fairness" of every game called.
Floor-workers, callers, family, and friends of any employed personnel of 777 Bingo should be restricted from playing floor games at same place of employment eliminating the perception which can be witness or implied as misconduct or impropriety.
The negative perception regarding the 777 Bingo parlors hinges on basically whether or not; it can restore the respectability, honesty, trust, and integrity, of its management and personnel as it relates to their business practice and their commitment to fair gaming.