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    Jackpot Capital, how long will the payout take?

    Hi all,

    I am new to the forum here and I would like to get your opinion on how long will Jackpot Capital process the requested payout/withdrawal? If you had any experiences with them previously.


    I signed up with Jackpot Capital last couple weeks ago and won up to ~$3000 and now I requested a withdrawal of $2700 via Overnight Express mail, they added $30 extra for the processing fee. My first request was 05/23 but they declined it the next day (not sure why, I've just emailed them and waiting for the answer), so today I made a second request and will see what happen next.

    Any of you had any withdrawal issue with Jackpot Capital before?


    5/24/2011 8:41:57 AM DF-CourierChk Withdrawal Requested ($2,730.00)
    5/24/2011 3:25:22 AM DF-CourierChk Withdrawal Declined $2,730.00
    5/23/2011 3:08:57 PM DF-CourierChk Withdrawal Requested ($2,730.00)

    I've also sent them all required documents. I'll keep posting the update in here.



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    hi there pretty solid group you shouldnt get any problems check out the reps in here if you are still having problems .


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    Their messages went to SPAM mail box, and the response was that they don't issue check to Washington state as I am in Seattle.

    Here is part of the message:

    "However, your payout of $2,700 was denied as our check issuer cannot ship to customers from Washington State.

    For customers from WA we offer International Bank Wire Transfer and Quicktender. "

    BTW, now I just re-submitted my withdrawal request via Bank Wire transfer. Will see how long will it take.



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    oops!
    Last edited by chuchu59; 25th May 2011 at 01:58 AM. Reason: oops! again didnt read full thread before posting. sorry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chuchu59 View Post
    oops!
    Well, when they declined my request the email went to my SPAM box, so I wasn't aware of that. They did inform me to try alternative Wire Transfer, but what I don't quiet understand is why they don't send check to WA ?



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    Make sure you don't use Quicktender, UMW, at this time.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa-ya View Post
    Make sure you don't use Quicktender, UMW, at this time.
    @Papa-ya: UMW is UseMyWallet right? I thought UMW and QuickTender are the same thing, isn't it?



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    This thread originally had the "Slow Pay" prefix but there doesn't appear to be any supporting evidence for that so I've removed it. If there are any strong objections to this let me know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxd View Post
    This thread originally had the "Slow Pay" prefix but there doesn't appear to be any supporting evidence for that so I've removed it. If there are any strong objections to this let me know.
    this doesnt seem to be a case of slow pay. there was no deliberate attempt by jc to stall payments.
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    It wasn't slow at all, but it turned out to be a very fast pay. I love Jackpot Capital, as of today 26th May I've received my withdrawal of $2700.

    5/25/2011 1:32:49 AM DF-BankWire Withdrawal Approved! ($2,730.00)
    5/24/2011 4:31:46 PM DF-BankWire Withdrawal Requested ($2,730.00)
    5/24/2011 1:37:32 PM DF-CourierChk Withdrawal Declined $2,730.00
    5/24/2011 8:41:57 AM DF-CourierChk Withdrawal Requested ($2,730.00)


    Jackpot Capital is a real deal, other Online Casinos should learn from.



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