crazy vegas USA?

sdcharger619

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Hey all, im new to online gambling and i just wanted to know if you have had any experience with crazy vegas casino. I deposited about 20 dolllars and won about 200 dollars. My question is, how long does it typically take for the casino to pay you? They said to withdraw to my quicktender account. :cool:
 

Casinomeister

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Hey all, im new to online gambling and i just wanted to know if you have had any experience with crazy vegas casino. I deposited about 20 dolllars and won about 200 dollars. My question is, how long does it typically take for the casino to pay you? They said to withdraw to my quicktender account. :cool:
A first time cash out may take a few days, after this it should be a bit quicker. US facing casinos have some difficulty making really fast payments - but the Vegas Partner Group (Crazy Vegas, Sun Vegas, etc.) is a great brand and you shouldn't have any problems. They have a casino rep here as well who pops in on a regular basis.
 

sdcharger619

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san diego
can anyone explain to me why they need a copy of your utility bill? and if so, what if my name isnt on the bill, is it stil acceptable?:rolleyes:
 

Casinomeister

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can anyone explain to me why they need a copy of your utility bill? and if so, what if my name isnt on the bill, is it stil acceptable?:rolleyes:
They don't want players who don't pay their bills on time.

jk :D

It's a way for them to ensure you are who you claim to be with a legitimate address etc. If it's in someone else's name (spouse, life-partner, etc.) I'd contact the customer support to see if that's okay or if there is anything else that they would need.
 

SlotsWizard

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You should have no problem sending them a bank statement instead of a utility bill. Just black-out anything sensitive on the bank statement; it's your name and address they are concerned with.

All of my utilities are in my roommate's name, so I'm in the same situation as you. Sending a bank statement in place of a utility bill has always worked for me.
 

sdcharger619

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san diego
ok well i sent in all the documents and they said now its going to the financial dept for processing?? how many different departments does my money go thru before i can use it? I mean, theyre so quick to take deposits but so slow to pay...:eek:
 
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