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Discussion in 'Casino Complaints - Non-Bonus Issues' started by bernynhel, Oct 7, 2007.

    Oct 7, 2007
  1. bernynhel

    bernynhel Dormant account PABnononaccred PABnoaccred

    Occupation:
    Loafer
    Location:
    Los Angeles
    This post originated here: http://www.casinomeister.com/forums...m-i-dreaming-thumbs-up-3-dice.html#post192187
    but evolved to where I decided to post most of it here.


    Originally Posted by vinylweatherman
    First of all, congrats to babs7262 and kudos to
    3dice
    and especially to Enzo who's the greatest! Secondly, every day that I go to my empty f****** mailbox then read how fast 3dice can pay its winners, I get madder and madder. Today I am about 10 kinds of mad! :mad: so now I'm gonna vent a little:
    My cash in (at a CM "accredited" casino, no less who shall remail nameless for now but if you wanna check my past posts and put 2 an2 together then **** them :xxx: cuz if they had handled their business in the first place you wouldn't be reading this now) was requested on Sept 22 and, after a day of BS, they were finally able to explain that they could send "courier" checks, at my expense, for the mere cost of $35/ea, in the max amounts allowed to US players (?) of $X per check issued at a rate of 1 check per day for X number of days until I'm paid off. Nothing in their terms other than the max cash in per/week and certainly nothing even approaching what I have just described. I said "do it" they said "OK." I was promised my money in 7-10 working days (courier checks????). Since then, I had some questions I wasn't even going to dare ask the casino since every query was answered coolly, evasively and or vaguely, at best so I asked their rep (I never knew that casino reps existed until stumbling on some posts just the other day - after all this B.S. - that mentioned them. I know, this sites fulla rep posts but I never noticed til now, OK?) to look into a couple of things for me. If he hadn't I never would have learned (the bad news) that the checks were accidentally not sent via courier (?) as agreed and (the good news) it was a good thing they weren't because the check processor was no longer allowed to send courier (?) checks to the US and if someone hadn't f*****d up then they would have had to stop payment on the checks after the fact. To verify that the check stops had gone through (more good news?) would have taken up to two weeks just to confirm before the casino could then issue a regular bank draft for my cash which would take at least another, you guessed it, 3-4 weeks for a grand total of about 2 months to get paid. All this when I deposited, wagered and cashed out in less than 48 hrs! And all the while I had a QuickTender account and never, not once, with over a dozen emails exchanged after cashing in, did anyone mention an ewallet method other than to say it was too bad Neteller didn't service the US anymore! :sniper: The rep mentioned QuickTender as an option the other day when informing me that I needn't bother checking my mailbox for a while yet. About 500 of my closest neighbors heard my reaction to that bit of news, I'm sure. Is it my fault I didn't know about the QuickTender option? Every casino I've ever dealt with has always disallowed ewallet cash outs unless the same method was used to deposit, I spent 12 hours back and fourth with the casino trying to figure the best way to get paid since nothing in their published seemed to apply to me and that never came up so you tell me. I guess same deposit/withdrawal rule has been relaxed since the US regs but it's news to me. furthermore, since cashing in, I have received no communication from the casino that wasn't a direct reply to an email from me and every other casino I have won money from has always congratulated me. Millionaire Casino even sent me a $1,500 laptop, a 30g iPod and a $200 Best Buy gift certificate last Xmas plus gift paks of booze every few months for a year after I quit depositing there! OK, so NOW I know. I will never again deposit and play in any casino before knowing exactly how and when I'll get my winnings. This includes having access to forum verifications from happy customers! I hope others will follow suit and boycott all two-faced (hospitable to depositors/hostile to winners) casinos!
     
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  2. Oct 7, 2007
  3. lojo

    lojo Banned User - repetitive violations of <a href="ht

    Occupation:
    Tradesman
    Location:
    USA
    Damn, your spleen must be totally vented and fresh as a daisey. Hopefully others will learn from your hardship... I wonder... we really don't know how long any given method of withdrawal will function or what will happen when they go T-U. I guess if I had 10g's out there I'd split it up into several withdrawal methods, just in case. QT some, regular mail some, courier some.. whatever, then all my eggs wouldn't be in one basket.
    Good luck, I hope it goes more smoothly now, if it doesn't may they bern yn hel!!!
     
  4. Oct 7, 2007
  5. bernynhel

    bernynhel Dormant account PABnononaccred PABnoaccred

    Occupation:
    Loafer
    Location:
    Los Angeles
    Exactly!!! But there weren't any other withdrawal methods. the cash in could have gone instantly into my QuickTender account but I didn't use to deposit so it never occurred to me and the casino never mentioned it. And, yes thank-you, my spleen is refreshed and my stools 20% thicker!
     
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