Any Canadians cashout at BETAT or slotty vegas?

marcsudbury

Full Member
Just wondering something.. Not trashing them or anything I'm very happy with these casinos.. However, I cashed out at slotty Wednesday it was processed to my visa titanium Thursday afternoon... Since then I cashed at at three other casinos.. Friday morning and Saturday afternoon.. I got this cashouts today and haven't received the one from slotty.. Pretty much every time I cashout it takes less than 36 hours to show up on my visa... Curious if anyone uses this method to cashout there and how long it takes to show up? Thanks... Again.. Not saying anything bad just wondering why this is different with these casinos?
 

Casino2014man

Non-Gambler
I am from the UK, but find slotty to be the slowest out of all of my usual casinos (Guts, skyvegas, betat) which is weird considering they are meant to be the same as betat!

They process it super fast, but whereas other casino's reach my card in 1 day, slotty for some weird reason takes 3!
 

marcsudbury

Full Member
Thanks that's what I was wondering.. I just cashed out from BETAT also so probably the same thing with them..? Casino luck and next casino r crazy fast for visa payment.. As long as I know when to expect it I'm OK.. I hate that feeling when you think it should be there and it isn't.. Then you start to worry lol
 

bruinsdude

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No worries!

I have cashed at both, and they were lighting fast each time. I used an e-wallet though, which can sometimes speed up the process.
I know that Canadian banks can be real d*cks sometimes when it comes to processing know gambling revenues. It's embedded into our culture here, yet the Govt' and the bloody banks they are in bed with want to control everything. Most Canadian credit cards wont even let you deposit directly let alone withdraw if it is overseas.
 

me_and_ed

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I have cashed at both, and they were lighting fast each time. I used an e-wallet though, which can sometimes speed up the process.
I know that Canadian banks can be real d*cks sometimes when it comes to processing know gambling revenues. It's embedded into our culture here, yet the Govt' and the bloody banks they are in bed with want to control everything. Most Canadian credit cards wont even let you deposit directly let alone withdraw if it is overseas.
Credit cards yes, of the big banks CIBC is the only one that allows online gaming, as for the banks I have received dozens of transfers and never had an issue or delay.
 

bruinsdude

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Credit cards yes, of the big banks CIBC is the only one that allows online gaming, as for the banks I have received dozens of transfers and never had an issue or delay.
Yes, I am still a little green when it comes to who controls what when it comes to banking. I do mean the credit cards, cause I fund my e-wallets via bank accounts, and have used services like Idebit, but do the banks not control and collect credit card revenues? My opinion stands.....govt=banks=CC Companies. They are all in bed with each other and use bureaucracy and parlor tricks to control our ways, or at least try to. LOL.
 

Jasminebed

Grumpy old gal
Don't play at Slotty, but do play Betat. It's been my experience that time back to Titanium Plus Visa (available from Moneymart) is not always consistent, despite when it is processed by a casino, and I am not just talking about these two casinos.

Ecopayz is not a bad ewallet option, but nowhere near as good as Skrill was.
 

me_and_ed

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Don't play at Slotty, but do play Betat. It's been my experience that time back to Titanium Plus Visa (available from Moneymart) is not always consistent, despite when it is processed by a casino, and I am not just talking about these two casinos.

Ecopayz is not a bad ewallet option, but nowhere near as good as Skrill was.
I am with you here, MM Titanium is a pretty good option, low fees , easy to load and any ATM withdrawal, it usually takes about 3 days on average or the money they hit the card after w w/d.
 

bruinsdude

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I am with you here, MM Titanium is a pretty good option, low fees , easy to load and any ATM withdrawal, it usually takes about 3 days on average or the money they hit the card after w w/d.
Ecopayz is low fee and has the debit card available also, cash out to Eco is less that 12 hours usually with the likes of Guts/Betat/Slotty. You can instantly load from any online banking app, and withdraw at any ATM. I have never used MM cards, but will look into it now, if they ever limit Eco, I will know where to go
 

me_and_ed

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Ecopayz is low fee and has the debit card available also, cash out to Eco is less that 12 hours usually with the likes of Guts/Betat/Slotty. You can instantly load from any online banking app, and withdraw at any ATM. I have never used MM cards, but will look into it now, if they ever limit Eco, I will know where to go
I do have Eco account, just trying to keep the commerce at home ;)
 

marcsudbury

Full Member
So cashout from slotty came in last night around 9pm..unusual time.. Hit overall not terrible.. Knowing it will take a bit longer than others I will still play there.. Curious to see what BETAT is since I cashed out there yesterday..
 

bruinsdude

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I do have Eco account, just trying to keep the commerce at home ;)
Oh Canada :) What's not to love, but I do not believe Money Mart is a Canadian company. I think the profits are US facing.

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On a side note, a little Canadian humour, hope that's ok with the crusty crabby people who get on me for posting funny pics, well funny to me anyways!

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Jasminebed

Grumpy old gal
Problem with the ecopayz card is that it is USD, and a limit of $200 per ATM withdrawal, so you would pay the fee 3 times for a $500 withdrawal. Very useful for places that don't pay back to Visa, like RTG sites.

Not unreasonable fee to withdraw to bank.

You can withdraw your cash easily at any MoneyMart location without charge . Withdrawals over $2500 require an extra level of verification (even if the clerks see you weekly), so be prepared to wait an extra 15 mins or so.

People should be aware that a maximum of $5000 can be transferred to you by a merchant in one transaction, and there is a limit of a balance of $10K on the card.

If you are lucky enough to have a withdrawal that large, make sure you deal with finance department at the casino to ensure it is processed appropriately, or see if they can provide an alternative method of payment.

//derail// Got a withdrawal paid yesterday from 32Red Group already earlier today! A record for me for the Titanium card.
 

bruinsdude

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Problem with the ecopayz card is that it is USD, and a limit of $200 per ATM withdrawal, so you would pay the fee 3 times for a $500 withdrawal. Very useful for places that don't pay back to Visa, like RTG sites.

Not unreasonable fee to withdraw to bank.

You can withdraw your cash easily at any MoneyMart location without charge . Withdrawals over $2500 require an extra level of verification (even if the clerks see you weekly), so be prepared to wait an extra 15 mins or so.

People should be aware that a maximum of $5000 can be transferred to you by a merchant in one transaction, and there is a limit of a balance of $10K on the card.

If you are lucky enough to have a withdrawal that large, make sure you deal with finance department at the casino to ensure it is processed appropriately, or see if they can provide an alternative method of payment.

//derail// Got a withdrawal paid yesterday from 32Red Group already earlier today! A record for me for the Titanium card.
Was not aware of the ATM limits, nor the USD requirement. To date, I have transferred 3 very large amounts (around 5K) from my Ecopayz to my bank account, for the paltry sum of around $14 if memory serves, as I have had the luxury of being able to be patient. The process takes about a week. I was made aware of the ATM card as a benefit and feature, but have not gone down that path, nor will I if that is the case. $200 when I cash in multiples of $1000 is useless, I agree! Kudos to 32 Red for making that happen, they are fast aren't they!
 
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Jasminebed

Grumpy old gal
To be fair, my last 32Red cashout to the card was 4 days I believe, perhaps that was the next to last one.

I don't think it is all down to the casino when it arrives, even when using same processors and intermediate banks.
 

BETAT

Dormant account
Oh Canada :)

Hi guys,

Due to Canadian MasterCard payouts which are very rarely accepted, for Canada, we use a specific processor. This being different from other processor we use, i'd have less exposure to their execution times. I'm not sure what their processing parameters are, if they use an intermediary bank due to region or not (the only thing i could think of for now), but based on the information i have, they process every day at 11AM and 4PM - which would imply a day or two at most should be plenty for the monies to arrive.

I'll be sure to ask them though and get back to you.

Cheers!
 

Jasminebed

Grumpy old gal
One of the key elements in choosing among accredited casinos for me in being able to play in CAD, and to receive payments in a convenient manner.

There are many fine casinos I do not play, or play rarely because I must play in euros.

I fund deposits from a prepaid. I know people more disciplined than I am that are very happy with instadebit, but I don't want to be able to empty my bank account in a single mad session.

I learned more than a decade ago not to take my bank card to B&M Casinos.

RTG does not pay back to credit cards, and neither do 3Dice. Nobody pays back to mastercard. Both are US funds, and right now exchange rate does not favour us.

Some people might live right across from a store that sells UKash and want to use that.

Some people are more likely to reverse than others, some never ever do. If a casino does not offer weekend processing and you always reverse, another choice might be better for you personally.

In no particular order, BetAt, 32Red, Guts and (gasp) Casino Rewards, not accredited, but not rogue either, are my most frequent deposit places. Despite the expense, I did fund ecopayz and play a little RTG at two different accredited casinos yesterday.

CS at a casino should be able to answer all your questions about potential deposit and withdrawal methods. They will not know fees imposed by third parties.

Most major Canadian banks charge about $15 for an incoming international wire, well worth it for larger amounts. Most casinos will not send one below a certain amount, and may very well charge a fee even then. If that wire is sent in US funds, you are charged an exchange fee as well as "selling" at a lower rate that "buying" costs you. If you play in CAD, or have funds wired from an ewallet, you avoid that exchange fee.
 
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