Casino Rewards refuse to pay US players by check

lanagarmar

Dormant account
Joined
Jul 1, 2008
Location
United States
Hi, I have been trying to get paid the two hundred I won at Aztec riches casino. They told me that my winnings have to be put in a Quicktender account yet I paid them with cash to play. They told me they are not issuing checks to US players because they have trouble with them bouncing.
Since I did not deposit using any other means but cash (visa), I expect to be sent a check. They still refuse yet there instruction to date state US players can be paid funds by check if they paid using visa, etc. If you use use my wallet or any other means it will be paid the same way you deposited. So what's up? Am I not reading between the lines or what? Quicktender will charge me 30.00 to withdraw my own winnings. This smacks of kick back time, yep????
 

classymom

Dormant account
Joined
Aug 2, 2007
Location
Port St lucie Florida
Checks are a nightmare for U.S. from casinos - why would you want the hassle ( most times they bounce or banks wont honor them) Q.T. is the best alternative for withdrawls. Until our Government wakes up and treats its citizens as adults that can make their own decisions, we will suffer the withdrawl problems...:mad:
 

lanagarmar

Dormant account
Joined
Jul 1, 2008
Location
United States
I was told many excuses

I do not want the hassle and have never had a problem until recently. They have tried to get me to change my PMOP (perferred method of payment) and even as much as posted my winnings to quicktender when I no longer use that account. It states your winnings will be paid according to how your placed your deposit. Now, it has come to where you have no choice and have to have your winnings posted to quicktender. I have not had any trouble with my bank cashing checks on my end. When there is money involved and I am talking about a fee of thirty dollars to get my own winnings paid to me, is good reason enough to cause suspect.

They first said that legislation has changed, it has not. Then they said I deposited using quicktender and I did not. Now they are threatening to bounce my check that they never sent yet they said they did. Sorry but the so called bounce problem is too sporadic. They know they are in control, afterall.
 

daera

Dormant account
Joined
Apr 24, 2001
Location
USA
Checks are a nightmare for U.S. from casinos - why would you want the hassle ( most times they bounce or banks wont honor them) Q.T. is the best alternative for withdrawls. Until our Government wakes up and treats its citizens as adults that can make their own decisions, we will suffer the withdrawl problems...:mad:

Classymom is right. If you read some other recent posts here at Casinomeister, regarding withdrawals by check to U.S. citizens with some other Microaming casinos, you'll not be looking long to find complaints about unreasonable lengths of time to receive checks, checks bouncing, or not showing up at all, etc., etc. Sometimes processing seems to go smooth for a short period, then there's problems, and it will remain rocky until our government stops all the insanity. Definitely it's our government's fault, and the problems they're causing processors to process payments. Not the casino.

You're better to have Casino Rewards tell you this upfront, then to tell you you'll have your check in 21 days and your check never shows up.

Quicktender is more like cash then a credit card purchase is I think. I don't believe Quicktender purchases can be chargedback, but credit card purchases can. So your deposit wasn't cash, but a credit card. And Quicktender will be cash directly wired to your bank account. (Less any fees)
 
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