4th November 2011, 08:49 PM
Flushing a withdraw
Hey all i just wanted to know what exactly a flush withdraw means? i just woundered about this becaouse i flushed a withdraw on a
MG casino that i play very often and after 6 hours i got tempting to reverse, now i flushed just for this reason that i dont want to be able to do this, but this casino reversed my all my pending withdraw with no hesitate.. offcourse its my own faul to reverse a withdraw, but i tought a flush withdraw make you unable to reverse your withdraw? im little confused?
thanks for answer guys
5th November 2011, 04:26 AM
Flushed to me means your funds are not available to do anything except await a transfer to your favorite withdrawal method. A good casino manager may flush the funds from your casino cashier balances to help ensure you don't reverse. Those funds will no longer be available to reverse or play.
5th November 2011, 07:10 AM
I flush my withdrawal at 32red whenever I'm lucky enough to have one. What this means is that my withdrawal is no longer in the 'pending period' where the funds are held and can be reversed by me in the cashier screen. They have not yet been moved to the 'processing line'. When you flush the waiting period is stopped and the funds are put in the que to be processed. It simply means the pending period has been removed. Despite being removed from the pending period, you can reverse some of the funds by contacting live help. If the funds have not moved to a stage of processing whereby it cannot be reversed (e.g., almost paid out), then you can ask for a reversal of some. This cannot be done yourself as you have to get the live help rep to get this money for you from the processing que (as you do not have access in the casino any longer). So for me, flushing simply means knocking out the pending period. It is also harder to reverse of course because you cannot do it yourself. Remember, until it's winging it's way to our various accounts, the money is ours and we still have to have some strength of will to NOT PLAY IT BACK ().
5th November 2011, 12:07 PM
5th November 2011, 01:15 PM
A Flush should mean that you actually do NOT have access to the funds. It is sent straight for processing. If you are able to reverse the WD, then it was never flushed to begin with.
Originally Posted by Osloking
What were the circumstances? Did you ask Support to flush it for you? If you did and it was still available, then they didn't flush it for you.
5th November 2011, 02:26 PM
Hi Nate well what should i say i made a withdraw and went to live chat asked for flushing becaouse i know what happens if i dont do it, the operator said it was flushed and sent for prossesing, after 6-7 hours i go and check if its done and it was not so i got tempted to reverse 10% of my withdraw on the chat and they sent it back, i lost it preatty quick and made another 20%, then 40%X2, till i got nothing to reverse... day after before i deposited i woundered what this flush was anyway if i was able to reverse anyway so i talked to the CS live chat of the casino and was told that if a withdraw is flushed then it cant be reversed, and i asked why i could do it, she told me i can do it if the the withdraw not been prossesed, so i got two answers and im confused so i asked her to explain better meybe my english is bad but she left the chat so i didnt want to start new chat cuz it was obv she left and i dont want to make a scene of this.. whats make me little bit dissapointed is when this "hang up" things happend, dont you hate if you talking to someone and he/she hang up on you? anyway its my own faul and yes i could have won something monster with that much but as i told them to not let me reverse and they let me make me dissapointed, thats all.
Originally Posted by Nate
Have a great saturday Nate, sushi night here!
5th November 2011, 04:18 PM
A word of advice,
I usually go to the bank and click on reverse withdrawal to make 100% certain it has been flushed after CS tells me it has. Maybe do that and save yourself a bit of disappointment. Temptation is a nasty Gal... I have fallen for her many times
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