48 Hours no longer means 48 hrs

fanihi

Dormant account
Joined
Jun 27, 2011
Location
Guam
48 hours to have your withdrawal request LOOKED at.
48 hours more to have it APPROVED.
48 hours to be INFORMED.
48 hours because of the weekend or Holiday.

What does that add up too...don't have my calculator!!!:rolleyes:

I wish I did'nt like gambling so much!!!
 

CasinoBeacon

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Joined
Sep 22, 2010
Location
United Kingdom
Who is late? I've been very impressed by speedy payouts with all my recent withdrawals. William Hill and CasinoLuck both paid me within a few hours this weekend. PokerStars blew me away by paying me in roughly three seconds.
 

lettingyouknow

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Joined
Feb 24, 2009
Location
ocean
Does anyone know if Club World is having w/d problems

I have been waiting for a check from Club World since April 5th, it was approved on April 6th. I requested a check because i have read here it was faster, then I check their cashout times here it says 48 hours?

Of course I have gone to chat and get an excuse everyday. I am a loyal player and play weekly not a big depositor but they usually get around $250 a month or more from me. Have not had a cashout from their group since 2009. Very disappointed in them. :(
 

harrys99

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Oct 26, 2011
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Wherever I Want

Diane

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Joined
Dec 20, 2009
Location
WI
I have been waiting for a check from Club World since April 5th, it was approved on April 6th. I requested a check because i have read here it was faster, then I check their cashout times here it says 48 hours?



Pay my card is faster but has a $1k max per w/d --- however, you can do 2 of them per week. $9 charge per w/d

Check is free over $750 and you can w/d up to $2500 per week.

FWIW,
Diane
 

conker

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Feb 10, 2012
Location
UK
I agree with the OP though, that if you say withdrawals take 48 hours then you should stand by your word as a gambling operator. Imagine if land based casinos made you wait, they would lose customers very quickly. Online should not be much different, but unfortunately it is.
 

Nifty29

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Joined
Jun 20, 2001
Location
Turn right, then right. then right again
I notice that some casinos state timeframes like 48hrs because its about right for a non-US player using ewallets etc.

What needs to happen is that operators should be more open and honest and add something to the site like "Due to issues with US banking restrictions, withdrawals to US players may take longer. Your patience and understanding is appreciated". If they did this, it would mean that players have no grounds for complaint, as it would be clearly communicated that the wait will be longer.

Maybe Bryan could consider asking accredited casinos to do this to help create a bit more trust around the place.
 

lowdwnsteve

Full Member
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Jan 20, 2012
Location
Canada, AB
48 hours to have your withdrawal request LOOKED at.
48 hours more to have it APPROVED.
48 hours to be INFORMED.
48 hours because of the weekend or Holiday.

What does that add up too...don't have my calculator!!!:rolleyes:

I wish I did'nt like gambling so much!!!


Lets add one more to that list

48 hours to respond to your inquiry as to why it magically reapeared back to your casino balance. then another 48 to give you a straight answer. (And of course this happens a friday night)
 
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