3Dice withdrawl and WR

gengoro

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Im thinking about starting online gambling and Im interested in 3Dice but I need to know a few things first. What are 3Dice's wagering requirements and how many times can I withdraw from my account per month? Also, do they require faxback forms?
 

bb28

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Probably the best place to start and where you'll get your most accurate answers is to hop on the website and send an email and or download the casino and go into the chat room and ask one of the friendly customer reps.
 

Pinababy69

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You can also send Enzo a PM (Private Message) via his member's page here:

https://www.casinomeister.com/forums/members/

Click on Contact Info, then on Send a Private Message (careful cause there is also that public thing there).

As to WR, any manager's type bonus I've ever gotten ie. birthday, Xmas has no WR attached and you can cashout at any time. Tournament wins have always had a 10X WR, and the monthly loyalty bonus (in my case $5, lol), has a 25X WR attached. Off the top of my head, I can't rememeber what the requirements are for deposit bonuses....as I don't really get alot, just the one a month.

In re: documentation, I personally have never had to send a faxback form to them, and I use a prepaid Mastercard and/or Moneybookers to deposit. Hope that's helpful.
 

3Dice

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Im thinking about starting online gambling and Im interested in 3Dice but I need to know a few things first. What are 3Dice's wagering requirements and how many times can I withdraw from my account per month? Also, do they require faxback forms?

Hi Gengoro,

The wagering requirements on bonuses can differ per bonus, and are always clearly listed when you claim the bonus. (we also never force the use of a bonus - you always have to click to claim it.). There are no cashout restrictions at 3Dice in any form shape or way. (We have our betting limits setup so that our reserve covers _all_ possible scenarios.)

Faxback forms are not common practice at 3Dice. If the need for a verification rises, we most often use a verification deposit.

As BB28 already mentioned, after installing the casino, hop on the player chat. There's always reps online, and its really a great way to get all your questions answered. (plus you could play some tourney's - no deposit -real prizes - to get to know our casino better.).

Kindest Regards,

Enzo
 

KasinoKing

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There are no cashout restrictions at 3Dice in any form shape or way.
Enzo
Let's be honest here - that is not strictly true, is it.
Remember the case a few months back where a player deposited $250, played $1 worth of bets & withdrew. Then he tried to do it again with $500, I think it was...
Didn't you charge him $50 or something like that?


Anyway Gengoro, the key terms for the sign-up bonus are are follows:-

As a new player at 3dice.com you will get 110% Bonus up to $100 / 50 / 75
This bonus sets a wager requirement of thirty (30) times the amount of the deposit added to the amount of the bonus. This means your total stake must exceed 30*(bonus+deposit) before any withdrawals are allowed.

All games count towards the wagering requirements. The contribution each game has towards the wagering requirements depends on the game and is set to 100% for all Slots and Solitaire; 50% for all Roulettes, Caribbean Stud, Texas Hold\'em and ThreeCard Poker, Sicbo, Red Dog, Keno and Casino War; 25% for Baccarat, Craps and Paigow poker; 10% for Blackjack; 5% for All video and multihand pokers.

Until the wagering requirement is cleared, table limits are set to $50/25/35

Prior to claiming your bonus, you have to fill out your user details. We reserve the right to verify identity before making payouts.


The full T&C's are easy to find on their website.

Welcome to the forum, and good luck! :thumbsup:
KK
 

chuchu59

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Yes I also recall that case KK though I think the casino did the right thing. There had to be some form of self-protection from these, shall I say bogus players.
 

Pinababy69

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Let's be honest here - that is not strictly true, is it.
Remember the case a few months back where a player deposited $250, played $1 worth of bets & withdrew. Then he tried to do it again with $500, I think it was...
Didn't you charge him $50 or something like that?

I think that Enzo was probably referring to withdrawal limits, and the fact that as far as I know, 3Dice doesn't have them. That was my take on his post, judging by how he referred to having their table limits/max bet limits set to cover all scenarios. As opposed to some RTG's and the oh so popular Rivals...who I've been reading lately have been imposing ridiculous daily and weekly withdrawal limits on some players. Even 2K or 4K a week is ridiculous...as most Rivals and some RTG's do.

Yes I also recall that case KK though I think the casino did the right thing. There had to be some form of self-protection from these, shall I say bogus players.

Agreed Chuchu....wasn't that the case where the guy was funding his Moneybookers account by doing the instant deposit thing through 3Dice, thus having them eat the transaction fees? He deposited the $250, 3Dice absorbed the cost of him funding his Moneybookers, then he played $1 worth of bets and withdrew his $249 balance back to his MB, thus leaving him with a funded MB account. They let it through the first time, but on the second attempt they charged him for the transaction, just as Moneybookers would have done if he had funded his account through them directly. They absolutely did the right thing, IMO. Casinos aren't banking facilities, and someone has to eat the transaction fees. I don't think any casino minds the fees for legit players...but not someone who isn't even going to play at that particular casino.
 

3Dice

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Let's be honest here - that is not strictly true, is it.
Remember the case a few months back where a player deposited $250, played $1 worth of bets & withdrew. Then he tried to do it again with $500, I think it was...
Didn't you charge him $50 or something like that?

Hi KK,

I was under the impression that gengoro was referring to weekly/monthly cashout limits that some casino's apply - my bad - 3Dice doesn't do that. In the case you mentioned (which had everything to do with moving money - and nothing at all with playing) we did indeed step in when this player repeated the same scenario a second time - in the end no costs were charged as the player recognized the validity of our position and did play on his deposit. Should he have chosen to withdraw instead we would've deducted half of the transaction costs (which amounted to $30 if memory serves me right).

Kindest regards,

Enzo
 

BingoT

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Marie2473

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In that case i think that the casino did the right thing. Something is definately off when a player treats deposits and withdrawls like that!
 

gengoro

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Thanks for the replies everyone. Think Ill go with 3dice then but Ill probably decline the bonus. I must admit, I didnt know online gambling could be this difficult. Thats probably not the right word, but initially I thought I could just deposit some cash, win(or lose) and cash my money. Never knew about WR, bonuses, faxing forms, different accounts, ewallets, etc.. Luckily I found these boards.
 

Jasminebed

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Thanks for the replies everyone. Think Ill go with 3dice then but Ill probably decline the bonus. I must admit, I didnt know online gambling could be this difficult. Thats probably not the right word, but initially I thought I could just deposit some cash, win(or lose) and cash my money. Never knew about WR, bonuses, faxing forms, different accounts, ewallets, etc.. Luckily I found these boards.



I'm glad you found casinomeister too, before making a costly mistake by playing at one of the many rogue casinos out there.

You will probably want to open an e-wallet account as well if you plan on continuing to play online. I can't offer you much advice in that regard, since my options as a Canadian are different.

Many people find it very helpful to have a bank account that they reserve just for their online gambling use, and not tied to their day to day banking needs...recently a player had funds put on a 45 day hold for a cheque to clear.

Don't forget to ask support to add you to the new depositor's tourney at 3Dice!! Something a little extra for the new player only every month.
 
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