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    Club World USA -- Proof of Full Time Employment?

    Hello everyone! Just wanted to see if my experience with the CWC verification process is typical and how much concern I should have . I understand the group is accredited and am not too worried about getting paid.

    I made a
    QT
    deposit to CWC, took a 75% match bonus, and made playthrough and ended with $300 ($270 due to the sticky nature of the bonus). So, I sent the documentation in. This morning, I got the following request from the cashier:

    Thank you for the email. We received all documents, to approve them we
    also need proof of full time employment.
    What a peculiar request. I'm a bit unnerved by the fact that I can't find any mention of it in any of the verification pages on the website or the form itself. Furthermore, I can't even comply with the request since I do not have a full-time job. I have responded to the e-mail with these concerns and expect a decent reply tomorrow morning that will clear this all up and get me my withdrawal.

    Did anyone else have to provide this information? Thanks!

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    No, I've never been asked to prove fulltime employment by a casino.

    If I had been asked, I would tell them thats part of my private life and they got absolutely nothing to do with that.

    How much longer before we REALLY have to send in a bloodsample..

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    Proof of employment

    I have never heard of such a thing.

    Hopefully the rep can come clear this up a little bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glunn11 View Post
    Hello everyone! Just wanted to see if my experience with the CWC verification process is typical and how much concern I should have . I understand the group is accredited and am not too worried about getting paid.

    I made a
    QT
    deposit to CWC, took a 75% match bonus, and made playthrough and ended with $300 ($270 due to the sticky nature of the bonus). So, I sent the documentation in. This morning, I got the following request from the cashier:



    What a peculiar request. I'm a bit unnerved by the fact that I can't find any mention of it in any of the verification pages on the website or the form itself. Furthermore, I can't even comply with the request since I do not have a full-time job. I have responded to the e-mail with these concerns and expect a decent reply tomorrow morning that will clear this all up and get me my withdrawal.

    Did anyone else have to provide this information? Thanks!
    WTH?? Never heard of such a thing...

    My suggestion is to contact the CWC rep here on the forum...

    go HERE

    and click on Contact Info, then Send a private message.

    Surely this is just some weird mix up.... at any rate... might save a bit of back and forth with emails by contacting the representative.

    Congrats on your win!

    And good luck!
    The trust of the innocent is the liar's most useful tool. -- Stephen King

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    No that doesn't seem right at all - you're not applying for a loan! I'd have trouble with that myself, I work freelance so I don't have proof of employment either. I'd definitely check with the rep, I think someone's got their wires twisted.

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    WHO EVER ASKED YOU THAT SHOULD STOP TAKING STREET DRUGS

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    Never had that asked for before anywhere. Very strange.

    Fraid I would have to tell them that I didn't believe that was any of their business and that as long as Quicktender was happy with me, then they should be.

    Like Mousey said, contact the rep here. He will be much more able to help than CS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockycatt View Post
    WHO EVER ASKED YOU THAT SHOULD STOP TAKING STREET DRUGS
    LOL
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    I totally just spit out Coke.

    Coca-Cola.
    Not cocaine.

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    I'll give the CW rep a PM now -- thank you all for your prompt advice. Hopefully I can get this resolved sooner rather than later. The cross-Atlantic time difference makes conversations between the cashier and I long and tedious.

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    I wonder if it has anything to do with this term in their Terms of Use:

    1. The Player is at least 18 years of age or has reached the legal age of maturity in his/her jurisdiction, whichever is greater. Full-time Students who are enrolled in a College or University are not permitted to play in the Casino.
    I agree with the other posters that it is none of their business if you are employed full-time, part-time, an entrepeneur, independently wealthy, a housewife or whatever. I have never heard of such a thing. Like Chayton, I work from home for my ex husband's contracting company, and would be unable to provide PROOF (as in pay stubs or whatever) of full time employment. This stuff just gets crazier and crazier...even from reputable groups. I sure hope that Tom can shed some light on this.

    Please read my post here...#100 regarding the student issue. I sincerely hope you are not a student Glunn. This guy wasn't even a student any longer, provided them proof of that, and they still refused to pay him. I'm starting to have some serious concerns with this group. Will wait to see what Tom has to say.

    http://www.casinomeister.com/forums/...s-gold-10.html

    EDIT: I see in your profile that you just turned 18. Again, I hope you are not a student.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinababy69 View Post
    I wonder if it has anything to do with this term in their Terms of Use:



    I agree with the other posters that it is none of their business if you are employed full-time, part-time, an entrepeneur, independently wealthy, a housewife or whatever. I have never heard of such a thing. Like Chayton, I work from home for my ex husband's contracting company, and would be unable to provide PROOF (as in pay stubs or whatever) of full time employment. This stuff just gets crazier and crazier...even from reputable groups. I sure hope that Tom can shed some light on this.

    Please read my post here...#100 regarding the student issue. I sincerely hope you are not a student Glunn. This guy wasn't even a student any longer, provided them proof of that, and they still refused to pay him. I'm starting to have some serious concerns with this group. Will wait to see what Tom has to say.

    http://www.casinomeister.com/forums/...s-gold-10.html

    EDIT: I see in your profile that you just turned 18. Again, I hope you are not a student.
    That's just downright horrible. Thankfully, I'm not a college student -- I'll be going to school next fall. I spend my time doing a lot of independent computer teching at neighbors' houses and writing online.

    I really hope Tom can get this squared away myself.

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