Memo to all casino managers.
Subject: How to gain maximum exposure in public forums.
For Immediate release.
Today is a great day in the world of internet gaming. We here at (insert favorite clip joint here) have come up with the perfect way to deal with those pesky winners.
Step 1. Deny a withdraw. This is the easiest way to drive off a withdraw. Through years of ripping off consumers, we have determined that very few players will complain, or have any idea how to complain.
If step 1 results in contact from a so-called "mediator" try step 2. Again, very few depositers know about this aspect of the gaming community, so in all likelyhood you will not have to proceed past step one.
Step 2. Invoke some obscure clause in your terms & conditions. If the depositer used a bonus, quickly change the terms of your bonus, and hope the mediator buys the excuse. Now here is the tricky part, usually these so-calle "mediators" run forums. And we all know how darn annoying they can be. So you will have to endure some mildly bad PR for awhile. If for some reason the depositer can prove they made their deposit before you were able to change the terms and conditions (this is rare, but it can happen to the best of us) proceed to step 3.
Step 3. Allow the situation to fester in the public forums a bit. I know, I know, "what in the world are you thinking?" well this is where it gets a bit tricky, but if you allow the situation to grow, when you invoke step 4 the results will be well worth the wait.
Now sometimes you will experience what we have coined "player revolt". Again, after years of selectivly paying only the most vocal of complaints/winners we have learned to count on the player community at large to react in a manner that supports your original decision to deny the withdraw. Certian people will automaticly cruicify a new poster at the forum, for failing to follow your terms and conditions. This will slowly work in your favor, as most new posters at public forums will be scared off by this harsh treatment. Of course if all else fails, by all means invoke step 4.
Step 4. Contact the original depositer and or mediator and say you are now willing to pay off the withdraw. However, since your good name has been drug thru the mud in public, you would like something in return. You demand the player post a public apology, and state they "misunderstood" what the terms and conditions stated, and how "grateful" they are that they are finally getting paid their winnings. Also try to get them to say something nice about how well you as a manager, handled the whole thing, and how they will of course play in your casino again. It is important to get this statement signed, and returned to you before you pay them.
I hope you find this information helpful, and you will join us at (insert your favorite clip joint here) in celebrating yet another profitable year. Remember, suckers are only a locked account away
You friend (insert favorite clip joint managers name here)