Deposit from friends Skrill account

stillwinning

Newbie member
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Location
Bangkok
Hi all,

I weren't aware of the terms&conditions regarding using friends account to deposit money to online casino.

What I did was borrow money from a friend cause my skrill wasn't working and used his account to deposit money. I won quite significant amount of money and just now noticed that you should only use account that belongs to you.

What should I do and what you think will happen to my winnings?
 

mcgameboy

NEVER GO FULL WOKETARD
CAG
mm2
Joined
Sep 8, 2013
Location
Belfast
Request a meeting with your winnings, so you can at least give them a kiss before you have to say goodbye to them.
 

Jasminebed

Game old gal
Joined
Mar 13, 2008
Location
Ontario
It's not good, a big no-no in pretty much every casino.

If you want to do such a thing, always best to ask first.

If it's a casino that has rep here, you could contact them and ask.

But I think the most like scenario is your winnings are voided and deposited amount is returned to your friend's method of payment.

If you are going to borrow money to gamble, probably best to go buy a voucher or prepaid card. BTW, I strongly recommend you don't borrow money to gamble, including your own credit cards if you can't pay them straight away.
 

stillwinning

Newbie member
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Location
Bangkok
It's not good, a big no-no in pretty much every casino.

If you want to do such a thing, always best to ask first.

If it's a casino that has rep here, you could contact them and ask.

But I think the most like scenario is your winnings are voided and deposited amount is returned to your friend's method of payment.

If you are going to borrow money to gamble, probably best to go buy a voucher or prepaid card. BTW, I strongly recommend you don't borrow money to gamble, including your own credit cards if you can't pay them straight away.

I would have used my own skrill but it was restricted at the time. This sucks balls, it was 5 number win.
 

DreamRJ

Out of this world!
MM
Joined
Jun 6, 2013
Location
RJVille UK
I would have used my own skrill but it was restricted at the time. This sucks balls, it was 5 number win.

Wonders why it was restricted? Is this a case of fraud again. And that is why you used *friends* account. I have nothing further to say, its your own fault. and of course it would be a 5 figure sum. most fraud cases are huge amounts.
 

stillwinning

Newbie member
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Location
Bangkok
Wonders why it was restricted? Is this a case of fraud again. And that is why you used *friends* account. I have nothing further to say, its your own fault. and of course it would be a 5 figure sum. most fraud cases are huge amounts.

Not sure why you think there's something fraudulent, skrill was limited because of my limits and need to submit some more verification to them.

Only wrong doing was usage of friends skrill, I had no idea that's not allowed, don't really play that often.

Just to mention that I didn't use any bonuses or anything, just deposit and play.
 

interlog

Meister Member
webmeister
PABnonaccred
MM
Joined
Mar 29, 2015
Location
London
As suggested, if the casino has a representative here, contact them and then keep your fingers crossed. Not looking good though but you never know. You may be lucky if you're a regular customer at the casino.
 

stillwinning

Newbie member
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Location
Bangkok
fingers crossed

Thanks for the tips, I've contacted the casino here.

I've never won much of anything so I'm really hoping they could look this as an innocent mistake.
 

Jono777

Ueber Meister
CAG
mm1
mm4
Joined
May 13, 2014
Location
Wolverhampton
Thanks for the tips, I've contacted the casino here.

I've never won much of anything so I'm really hoping they could look this as an innocent mistake.

Was it though? - If so you have my full support and everything crossed you get your dosh. If not then the meme's posted thus far state my feelings.

99% of the time I'm on a players side and as I say wish you well if genuine. It does however slightly concern me that even novices (including me some 14 years ago) know without having to read it that deposit sources MUST be under the same name as the details with which the casino account was registered.

There has been either NO or VERY rare exceptions to this rule, usually with written permission from the casino prior.

Hindsight I know but could you not have deposited via another method, bank, pre pay voucher etc?
 

stillwinning

Newbie member
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Location
Bangkok
I didn't think it matters, especially when using online wallet. We were drinking and having fun, I tried to deposit with my own Skrill but my limits were full so my friend let me use his. Honestly I've never even thought about that it could be against any rules if I have permission to use the deposit method. My friend could use his card to pay/buy anything else online for me - why not casino? Anyways, I'm not saying I didn't do something against their terms, just saying I wasn't aware of the rules.

If I had lost, would I get the money back?
 

DreamRJ

Out of this world!
MM
Joined
Jun 6, 2013
Location
RJVille UK
If I had lost, would I get the money back?

If I misunderstood this, Please let me know? So you think if you lose you can get your moneyback? Are you on planet earth? sorry for being condescending but come on mate. If you lose, you lose you will not be able to get your money back. And then if you did a chargeback they would then close your account and you get put on blacklists so it then makes it much harder for you to play in other casinos.

I really do sometimes wonder why do people play in online casinos when they do not have a clue or read terms and conditions for the specific casinos before they play. It is number 1 golden rule, to read terms before you sign up/deposit in any new casino.

If this casino gives you the winnings I will be very surprised, because i really do not think they will or should for that matter, unless they are really relaxed with the terms about using other peoples skrill accounts which I find very unlikely.
 

stillwinning

Newbie member
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Location
Bangkok
I mean that if the games are void when breaking the terms, shouldn't it go both ways?

I know that in real life you wouldn't get your money back of course and I wouldn't think about it if I had lost.

But anyway, this was not my point or anything, just a bit frustrated about the situation where I've got myself into, sorry about that. Just waiting for the casino to reply.
 

nutnut

Meister of Infractions
Joined
Sep 11, 2014
Location
england
If I misunderstood this, Please let me know? So you think if you lose you can get your moneyback? Are you on planet earth? sorry for being condescending but come on mate. If you lose, you lose you will not be able to get your money back. And then if you did a chargeback they would then close your account and you get put on blacklists so it then makes it much harder for you to play in other casinos.

I really do sometimes wonder why do people play in online casinos when they do not have a clue or read terms and conditions for the specific casinos before they play. It is number 1 golden rule, to read terms before you sign up/deposit in any new casino.

If this casino gives you the winnings I will be very surprised, because i really do not think they will or should for that matter, unless they are really relaxed with the terms about using other peoples skrill accounts which I find very unlikely.

His friend should be given his money back if they refuse to pay. They can't have it both ways.
 

mcgameboy

NEVER GO FULL WOKETARD
CAG
mm2
Joined
Sep 8, 2013
Location
Belfast
His friend should be given his money back if they refuse to pay. They can't have it both ways.

Yes the friend should be given his money back.....by the OP, not the casino. The OP fucked up here, pure and simple.
He accepted the terms and conditions before commencing play. If he chose not to read them, that's his problem, not the casino's.
This "oh but I didn't know/think" defence doesn't wash, regardless of whether he is as pissed as a newt or as sober as a judge.

It's a harsh lesson and it can only be learnt the hard way. But maybe the next time (if there is one), the OP does his due diligence and avoids having this sinking feeling of seeing a big win vanish before his very eyes.
 

nutnut

Meister of Infractions
Joined
Sep 11, 2014
Location
england
Yes the friend should be given his money back.....by the OP, not the casino. The OP fucked up here, pure and simple.
He accepted the terms and conditions before commencing play. If he chose not to read them, that's his problem, not the casino's.
This "oh but I didn't know/think" defence doesn't wash, regardless of whether he is as pissed as a newt or as sober as a judge.

It's a harsh lesson and it can only be learnt the hard way. But maybe the next time (if there is one), the OP does his due diligence and avoids having this sinking feeling of seeing a big win vanish before his very eyes.

You can't have a system that allows the player to LOSE LOSE

Here is a example, at Betvictor

I and my GF have accounts, one day not realising I was logged into her paypal and deposited into my own, it was a genuine mistake because we share computers. BV locked and suspended the account, I explained what happened and they reopened the account.

When you apply common sense the issue can be resolved for the player and casino.

Whilst you and others think the player should not only lose his winnings but his deposit? You got to be having a laugh!
 
Top