Diamond VIP - Positive experience on withdrawals

Diane

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Not spam !!

-- I think I have established a solid enough reputation here that I can post a positive comment about current situation at a casino that is not accredited.

I know that others have not had good luck or experience based upon their posts. Mine has been solidly good at Diamond VIP.

The reason for this post is that as I wait for my money to come to me from the various other accredited sites 10-12 business days or longer........I want to acknowledge that as I continue to play at Diamond VIP, my withdrawals are being approved within 48 hours and getting deposited via wire transfer within 2-3 business days after approval. That is astonishingly wonderful to me. I don't know how they can do it, but it has happened consistently

TWO business days after approval! Kudos to that group for figuring out a way to get it done for US based players.

No flames ----- believe me or don't. But I will say that my past posts have proven me to be straight shooter. I am providing this as info only for US players who might want a change from RTG software and the exhausting delays at other sites.

FWIW,

Diane
 

Diane

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Yes, I usually play with a bonus. Although sometimes, I will decline bonus for cash back instead. It is refreshing to see fully cashable bonuses but there is a 20x wagering requirement to get through first.

$100k tourney each weekend, with $25k as first prize.

Diane
 

Nifty29

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Yes, I usually play with a bonus. Although sometimes, I will decline bonus for cash back instead. It is refreshing to see fully cashable bonuses but there is a 20x wagering requirement to get through first.

$100k tourney each weekend, with $25k as first prize.

Diane

$100k tourney EVERY weekend? Sorry but that sounds dodgy to me.

Do real people actually win? Sounds like a huge amount that no other casino I know comes even close to meeting, which is highly suspicious given that they wouldn't be in the top 50 in terms of size.
 

Diane

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$100k tourney EVERY weekend? Sorry but that sounds dodgy to me.

Do real people actually win? Sounds like a huge amount that no other casino I know comes even close to meeting, which is highly suspicious given that they wouldn't be in the top 50 in terms of size.

It is a $100k tourney every weekend, starts Wed-Sunday. First price is $25k. I have finished between 5th and 10th each week. Last week won $6k. If you go to their website, there is a link to click on tourney winners, you will see "Diane B" $6k for this past week. I have won as much as $10k in one of these.

Memorial Weekend it was a $200k tourney.

I don't BS on this group. I also don't shill, so believe it or not.
 

Diane

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Again horrible T & Cs.

Max cashout is $2.5k per week including progressives. Another crap casino.

They gradually increase your cashout limits the longer you play. My cashout limit each week is now $3,500 after about 3 months of play at the site. Which @ $3,500 BTW is now the same as Club World Group, since CWG dropped their weekly limits.

FWIW.

Diane
 

Nifty29

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It is a $100k tourney every weekend, starts Wed-Sunday. First price is $25k. I have finished between 5th and 10th each week. Last week won $6k. If you go to their website, there is a link to click on tourney winners, you will see "Diane B" $6k for this past week. I have won as much as $10k in one of these.

Memorial Weekend it was a $200k tourney.

I don't BS on this group. I also don't shill, so believe it or not.

When you say "tourney" do you mean a freeroll or paid entry or just a highest wagering contest? Are the prizes bonus money? There is nothing about them on the website.

It still sounds an amazingly high amount compared to other far bigger casinos.

Also from their website:

Video Slots Strategy
It is also important to note that the longer you are playing on online video slots, the better the odds are in your favor. Spinning one time and then giving up isn't the way to go. Rather, sit down and play for an extended period in order to increase your luck and chances of the machine paying out.
 

Diane

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When you say "tourney" do you mean a freeroll or paid entry or just a highest wagering contest? Are the prizes bonus money?

It still sounds an amazingly high amount compared to other far bigger casinos.

Nifty,

I understand your skepticism. I started out that way and then became a believer over time.

I agree, it is incredibly high. You are correct also, that it is a wagering contest from Wed through Sunday night, each week. I usually deposit $500 and claim the bonus to have more $$$ to wager with for contest purposes. The bonus has a 20x wagering requirement same as most other sites. The prizes though are paid as CASH. No wagering requirements to meet on prize money awarded.

So for example this past week, I won $6k (check their website as I referenced before you will see my name in the tourney rankings).

I got email early Monday morning 6/13 confirming that I placed in the tourney and that $6k was my cash prize. I immediately went and withdrew the max allowed for my account, $3,500 requesting a wire transfer.

My w/d was requested 6/13, approved on Wed 6/15 and on Friday 6/17 the funds were in my bank account.

For ME in the United States, it is working well compared to the other sites that frustrate me more than please me.

Diane
 

Nifty29

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Nifty,

I understand your skepticism. I started out that way and then became a believer over time.

I agree, it is incredibly high. You are correct also, that it is a wagering contest from Wed through Sunday night, each week. I usually deposit $500 and claim the bonus to have more $$$ to wager with for contest purposes. The bonus has a 20x wagering requirement same as most other sites. The prizes though are paid as CASH. No wagering requirements to meet on prize money awarded.

So for example this past week, I won $6k (check their website as I referenced before you will see my name in the tourney rankings).

I got email early Monday morning 6/13 confirming that I placed in the tourney and that $6k was my cash prize. I immediately went and withdrew the max allowed for my account, $3,500 requesting a wire transfer.

My w/d was requested 6/13, approved on Wed 6/15 and on Friday 6/17 the funds were in my bank account.

For ME in the United States, it is working well compared to the other sites that frustrate me more than please me.

Diane

I have to admit, that is pretty darn good. Much better than I would expect.

I'm not totally closed minded (contrary to popular belief :D ) so I'll keep my eyes and ears peeled to see what transpires and might be tempted to check them out.

I never had an issue with the games or the software, just the dodgy operators they seem to attract.

Maybe this lot are going to be the exception....??

It would be nice to see some other positive experiences as well. In fact, I'm surprised people aren't flocking to them with a tourney like that every week...although I suspect $500 a pop is probably over most player's budgets, including mine. Do the prizes go down very far, and how much did you have to wager to win? (if you don't mind sharing that info)

Thanks for the info Diane.
 

Diane

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Location
WI
I have to admit, that is pretty darn good. Much better than I would expect.

I'm not totally closed minded (contrary to popular belief :D ) so I'll keep my eyes and ears peeled to see what transpires and might be tempted to check them out.

I never had an issue with the games or the software, just the dodgy operators they seem to attract.

Maybe this lot are going to be the exception....??

It would be nice to see some other positive experiences as well. In fact, I'm surprised people aren't flocking to them with a tourney like that every week...although I suspect $500 a pop is probably over most player's budgets, including mine. Do the prizes go down very far, and how much did you have to wager to win? (if you don't mind sharing that info)

Thanks for the info Diane.

Nifty,
I wouldn't say you are close minded, just passionate about certain topics. Well....sometimes you do get excited a bit :)

You don't have to deposit $500, certainly I have deposited sometimes $200 to $300. But like other sites the more you deposit the greater the bonus. I don't mind sharing my results -- especially if it helps credibility.

I checked my records for last week. My total wagering during the 5 days of the tournament was $130,000 which equaled 5th place this past week for the $6k. I was an overall winner, so I both cashed out (which doesn't penalize you for purposes of the tourney) and kept on wagering during the course of the tourney looking to increase my winnings.

Prior weeks, I have wagered considerably less and still "cashed". I think they pay down to perhaps 15 or 20 places with last few places getting $500. It only shows the top 10 places on the web-site but perhaps if you ask CS they can tell you how far down they do pay winners.

I agree that I seem to be the lone voice speaking out on favorable experiences with Diamond VIP. The bad experiences are the ones that have been vocal here -- and I respect that. But it can't be just ME????

Diane
 

Mousey

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Nifty,

I understand your skepticism. I started out that way and then became a believer over time.

I agree, it is incredibly high. You are correct also, that it is a wagering contest from Wed through Sunday night, each week. I usually deposit $500 and claim the bonus to have more $$$ to wager with for contest purposes. The bonus has a 20x wagering requirement same as most other sites. The prizes though are paid as CASH. No wagering requirements to meet on prize money awarded.

So for example this past week, I won $6k (check their website as I referenced before you will see my name in the tourney rankings).

I got email early Monday morning 6/13 confirming that I placed in the tourney and that $6k was my cash prize. I immediately went and withdrew the max allowed for my account, $3,500 requesting a wire transfer.

My w/d was requested 6/13, approved on Wed 6/15 and on Friday 6/17 the funds were in my bank account.For ME in the United States, it is working well compared to the other sites that frustrate me more than please me.

Diane

Maybe they're using LinwoodII .... LOL

Just kidding... maybe... I hope... congrats on cashing out and the quick turnaround.
 

Diane

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WI
Maybe they're using LinwoodII .... LOL

Just kidding... maybe... I hope... congrats on cashing out and the quick turnaround.

Thanks.

Update for this past week, again played tourney Wednesday through Sunday evening. This time placed 4th for $8,000. I love waking up Monday morning to get their email telling me how I did. Withdrawal request already submitted. No matter how good my experience is at a site, I always w/d and keep minimal dollars on deposit. I also want to remove the temptation to gamble it all back.

Now admittedly the $3,500 per week withdrawal limit means I have to exercise self-control, but I am running into that same w/d limit issues at other sites also.....so its a fact of life. After a drought, I am glad to finally be in a withdrawal cycle again....

(Tourney results are posted on web-site for any non-believers)

Diane
 

Nifty29

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Thanks.

Update for this past week, again played tourney Wednesday through Sunday evening. This time placed 4th for $8,000. I love waking up Monday morning to get their email telling me how I did. Withdrawal request already submitted. No matter how good my experience is at a site, I always w/d and keep minimal dollars on deposit. I also want to remove the temptation to gamble it all back.

Now admittedly the $3,500 per week withdrawal limit means I have to exercise self-control, but I am running into that same w/d limit issues at other sites also.....so its a fact of life. After a drought, I am glad to finally be in a withdrawal cycle again....

(Tourney results are posted on web-site for any non-believers)

Diane

And you only had to deposit $500 to get it again?

I can't see how they're making any money from it...?? $100k is a lot of profit to give away.
 

Diane

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And you only had to deposit $500 to get it again?

I can't see how they're making any money from it...?? $100k is a lot of profit to give away.

Not sure, but I am enjoying the ride while it lasts. Admittedly, this past week for the $8k tourney win I did deposit $500 and another $750 for $1,250 total invested.

Diane
 

LHofsdal

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You go girl!!! Wishing you continued success!!!

Even though you spent 1250, you still made a nice profit!!! WTG!!!:thumbsup:

LH
 

Diane

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WI
You go girl!!! Wishing you continued success!!!

Even though you spent 1250, you still made a nice profit!!! WTG!!!:thumbsup:

LH

Thanks, I admit I didn't like the additional $750 investment, but I had cashed nicely during the week by playing, so I took a chance and it paid off. Plus I have done well with their fully cashable bonuses. I have found some games that seem to consistently treat me well, others I avoid like the plague.

Diane
 
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