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Central Coin?

Discussion in 'Ask the Meister' started by medusad, Jun 12, 2002.

  1. medusad

    medusad Guest

    Has anyone ever heard of this? It's apparently a program that works similar to NeTeller, Paypal, etc.

    MedusaD
     
  2. medusad

    medusad Guest

    Okay, I found out a few casinos are using this, but not all of them display it, except on their banking page. Funded by a cash advance on a visa card only.

    MedusaD
     
  3. imcasual

    imcasual Dormant account

    Occupation:
    Engineering Design Control
    Location:
    Phoenix, AZ
    [color=0077aa]Hi! I opened an account with Central Coin after a couple of bad experiences with the more popular third party payors and esp because my bank will deny deposits if the payee's name even remotely resembles a gaming site. You can find alot of the RTG casinos using them and while I expect most of these orgs operate pretty much the same I like Central Coin because 1) sign up was a easy as any other sight but additionally 2) log in is easy, account info and history is readily available, 3) their customer service folks respond quickly, 4) the time it takes to transfer funds directly from my already funded Central Coin account to a casino account is seconds. SECONDS....as in perhaps 10 or 15 of them. They have been hassle free thus far. Another option I've looked in to is PrePaid ATM. Not as user friendly but not unfriendly nor unusable. Just kind of antiseptic. ;) [/color]}
     
  4. imcasual

    imcasual Dormant account

    Occupation:
    Engineering Design Control
    Location:
    Phoenix, AZ
    [color=0077aa]Addendum to previous post! Those of you who have accounts with Central Coin need to see this first. I commend them for their upfront stance when they post quite clearly a new message. The banks have apparently gotten wise to the fact that Central Coin is acting as intermediary for deposits earmarked for gaming sites. Apparently, surprising as it may seem, some customers are loathe to admit the deposits will be used for gaming purposes and have been checking the "no" box when asked the question. Central Coin is warning its depositors to be prepared to have their deposits denied by their banks. They are also very clear as to how we can handle existing funds and recommending alternate methods for the future. I commend them highly for this attitude and customer service orientation and wish them much luck with future business. :D [/color]}
     
  5. kile

    kile Guest

    Any new updates on Central Coin now that Paypal will not be around for much longer
     
  6. babysister

    babysister Experienced Member MM

    Occupation:
    Law Enforcement
    Location:
    Hou, Tx. USA
    Has anyone had any bad experience with Firepay? I would really appreciate to hear from you. Right now I'm going thru a problem where they won't seen my winning back to my checking account. Let me hear from you out there. thanks.
     

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