Slow Pay FRUSTRATED WITH VEGAS7-EPROCESSING SERVICES

footdr

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Finally get a decent cashin after depositing way too much at all mini-vegas groups casinos. I am VIP at Vegas7

no response from Eprocessingservices to my emails asking for verification that all requested documents received. Mind you they should have already had copies of the majority of the documents, yet I submited them again.

You always have to fax a Deposit agreement for each cashin and they take two days to send you the document for your completion and fax back. It may take them several days to inform you if they are still missing something they require or if something was unacceptable. It s...cks

This is all getting rediculous! Personally, getting paid is just getting to be a major hastle.

Then once paid to Quicktender your money may reach your bank 10 days following cashin if your lucky.
 

vinylweatherman

You type well loads
Joined
Oct 14, 2004
Location
United Kingdom
Finally get a decent cashin after depositing way too much at all mini-vegas groups casinos. I am VIP at Vegas7

no response from Eprocessingservices to my emails asking for verification that all requested documents received. Mind you they should have already had copies of the majority of the documents, yet I submited them again.

You always have to fax a Deposit agreement for each cashin and they take two days to send you the document for your completion and fax back. It may take them several days to inform you if they are still missing something they require or if something was unacceptable. It s...cks

This is all getting rediculous! Personally, getting paid is just getting to be a major hastle.

Then once paid to Quicktender your money may reach your bank 10 days following cashin if your lucky.

This is overkill, surely a VIP shouldn't be treated with such incredible suspicion each time they withdraw. Faxback forms and ID checks are only supposed to happen once, usually with the first withdrawal, and also where a change of details or deposit/withdrawal method has been used.

Requesting this for each cash-in has no real value other than to insert a long delay into what is already a lengthy process.

For US players, a deposit declaration form has no meaning anyway, since the transactions are technically illegal, and as such, this form will NOT protect the casino in any way against the problems of a chargeback fraud.

The delay may simply be a means to allow time for deposits to fully clear, making it less likely that a fraudulent player will receive their withdrawal in time for them to then grab back their deposit also through a fraudulent chargeback.

This is not the worst I have seen though, I have seen mention of casinos holding onto withdrawals for 6 MONTHS in order to protect them from the risk of a chargeback, as after 6 months, many card companies are no longer willing to routinely accept chargeback requests.
 
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