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Stovetopp

Senior Member
MM
Joined
Jul 11, 2008
Location
On the Beach
Has anyone used this method of funding to Jackpot Capital?
Sorry if this has been asked before Is it okay?

I find it odd that one has to give their full SS number
 

jelsmith

Zombicidal Maniac
PABnononaccred
Joined
Sep 16, 2008
Location
nashville tn
I wouldnt give out my SS# I used to play at Grande but when JPC took them over I was told I would have to reverify my account, when I asked what happened to all the info that I had sent to verify before they bought them they had no answer. So if you want you SS# out there in lala land go ahead, but I wouldnt.
 

ksech

Dormant account
Joined
Jul 27, 2007
Location
Here
I agree with jelsmith. Also keep this in mind...
You can change a credit card account, but you can't change your ss number...
 

Pocketdiggers77

Gamester
Joined
May 9, 2006
Location
On Top of Old Smokey
I haven't used echeck at jackpot capital but I have elsewhere and never gave my ss# maybe the last four or something. My BIG beef is that these checks are going through for MORE then the stated amount , it is only a few cents but the email I get from the accredited casino specifically states the withdrawal will go through for up to .20 less then the echeck amount. In other words if I would have had exactly the check amount in my account it would have bounced for a few measly cents. If the casino doesn't reply
Today with a satisfactory answer I am going to create a thread about this.
 

Diane

Ueber Meister
Joined
Dec 20, 2009
Location
WI
what I don't like about echeck is that it delays your withdrawals from a casino for up to a week. Happened at a couple where I used echeck to deposit, won quickly and then was told that w/d was going to be held up until the check cleared all their processors.

Grrrr. Back to QT.

Diane
 

jimdog

Dormant account
Joined
Jul 6, 2007
Location
Minneapolis, Minnesota
echeck quesiton

I have never used echeck. When you deposit with echeck is the money available immediately to play with- or is there a time lag before you can play?
 

cheetahwind

Senior Member
Joined
Aug 16, 2009
Location
Iowa
My guess is like any ACH option, they want you to wait 5 to 10 business days. To make sure the check doesn't bounce. Granted if you bank with a major bank, the check may come out right away and "clear", but most banks don't "instantly" allow the withdrawal of funds. So they allow for this buffer to make sure your not screwing them over. Otherwise once they get the money is there from there processor. Which varying on fast the reporting is too, could tell em the money is good within as little as 3 business days varying on who you bank with and whom they bank with.
 

Pocketdiggers77

Gamester
Joined
May 9, 2006
Location
On Top of Old Smokey
Correct, the funds are immediately available but you have to wait up to 7 business days or however long the casino wants to make you wait. The check usually clears anywhere from 2 to 5 business days after the transaction.

I am currently in contact with the casino about the processors "over charging" even though the emails from the casino says the amount will be less. This is fraud in my opinion, even if it is only a few cents over the stated transaction amount. If I write a check to Wal-mart for $25, they can't go and cash it for $25.35. And I am pretty damn sure they are not crediting anyone MORE than the amount they request for a withdrawal.
 
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