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900 PAY

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by pro, Sep 12, 2002.

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  1. pro

    pro Dormant account

    Please be advised that processing via 900 Pay has been stopped at all Sunny Casinos until further notice.

    Nicole Greene
    Public & Media Relations Manager
    Sunny Group of Companies
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    Tel: 868-623-4048
    Fax: 868-624-1156
     
  2. doktersuz

    doktersuz Dormant account

    Does anyone know what the problem is? Do we need to be concerned about 900 Pay, or is this just one of those policy decisions the casinos sometimes make regarding what payment options they will or won't use, based on what's easiest for the casino? A lot of people are using or preparing to use 900 Pay, and I believe much of what I've seen regarding 900 Pay is coming from shills on the message boards where moderators don't keep an eye out for problems. I've been suspicious because of that, and other reasons, but with a lot of people starting to use the system, does anyone know if Sunny's decision relates to a problem with 900 Pay?
    Thanks to anyone who has any info!
     
  3. garycm

    garycm Dormant account

    Hi dok, I talked to a sunny employee about whats up with the stop on 900 pay and was told that the reason why they stopped for now untill they looked into things further was because the 900 pay used to charge your phone bill and we would have a month (or so)to pay your bill but now they have changed and since the new registering of USA customers and having a checking acount registered,the 900 pay company is withdrawing the amounts directly from your checking account each day you use the service instead of us paying it off monthly without letting them (sunny group) or us know about the change.Hope this gives you a little insite on the situation, seems to make sense but I hope they use it again because I really liked the deposit option and since I'm from CANADA I never had to worry about them directly withdrawing from my checking account because I never had to register with them.Bye for now-gary
     
  4. dave_r

    dave_r Dormant account

    Gary, I also talked to a supervisor at Sunny and heard the same thing. Apparently, Sunny got a complaint from a player who THOUGHT his phone # would be billed for the amount, and instead, got a rude awakening, when the funds disappeared from his checking account.

    The player complained to Sunny, and Sunny put through a major complaint to Navaho networks.

    If Sunny is able to settle everything with Navaho Networks and the player, without any major conflicts, Sunny plans to re-implement the 900 PAY service.

    So, now we get to see how good Navaho Networks truly is.
     
  5. pro

    pro Dormant account

    The above is basically true. 900PAY made some changes to their policies which we a currently investigating in order to protect our members. As soon as this issue is resolved I will make a posting to keep everyone updated.

    Nicole Greene
    Public & Media Relations Manager
    Sunny Group of Companies
    You must register/login in order to see the link.
    You must register/login in order to see the link.
    Tel: 868-623-4048
    Fax: 868-624-1156
     
  6. dave_r

    dave_r Dormant account

    I am curious about how the registered 900Pay truly works. If I sign up my checking account # through Navaho, and then make a purchase at a casino, do the funds go into my casino account immediately? Or is there a waiting period of a couple of days until the casino gets confirmation that the electronic transfer did go through?

    What IF the electronic check is marked NSF and bounces. Does Navaho guarantee payment to the casino anyway?

    I see nothing wrong with putting credits into a player's casino account immediately. If the casino finds out later that the check didn't clear, they can simply lock the player's account.
     

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