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Discussion in 'Casino Industry Discussion' started by HelpMeIamAddict, Jun 18, 2005.

    Jun 18, 2005
  1. HelpMeIamAddict

    HelpMeIamAddict Dormant account

    TX USA
    It's unfair but what can a casino do when a customer calls the issuing bank up and claims all charges to the casino's processor are Fraudulent?

    I game from time to time but lately no..I prefer to just stay away. Tho I am thinking of building a portal site and affiliating with several quality casinos are a means of supporting it. But I have heard some bad oponions about doing that...some say the casinos don't pay. And lately I have heard that a lot of players will pay to play and if they don't win often they will dispute the charges causing chargebacks. And finally the casinos will say that most of the chargebacks are from your refferrials.

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