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RocketManAA

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I have hit 100 free spins on raindance and retriggered it on a managers bonus. Not quite a random but still a nice hit nullified by max bonus rules.

I respect their adherance to the rules, because they do play fair as far as cashouts go.

wish the slots didnt take it so fast sometimes.


Anyone know where I can find T&C for iNetBets Managers Bonus?
 

bb28

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Anyone know where I can find T&C for iNetBets Managers Bonus?

Here is the link.
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and here is the wording of it from that page.

Any free money given, that does not require a deposit, e.g. a Non-Deposit Coupon, loyalty bonus, comps, VIP bonus, vanity card, manager deposit, competition/tournament prizes, compensation bonus, inconvenience bonus, birthday bonus etc. (unless otherwise stated) will have a maximum cash out of 10x the bonus given e.g. $50 given max cash out = $500. Monies must be turned over at least 15x (unless otherwise stated) before any cash out can be made.(amended June 2004)

Withdrawal of winnings, accrued solely from non-deposit bonus monies, via NETeller will have no charge associated. Should a player request winnings via cheque relevant charges will apply.

iNetBet will endeavor to credit free monies only to accounts with a zero balance. However should free monies be credited to an account with an existing balance, the maximum cash out will still be 10x the last bonus given. The account balance will then return to the amount (if any) prior to the bonus being applied.

Should a player not wish to partake in any free money offer, they are advised to email support@inetbet.com immediately to have such monies removed. The removal of monies will be confirmed by return mail.
 

winbig

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For a $50 minimum and $50 overnight fee :mad:. They haven't been able to provide an effective solution via email. Bottom line, unless they change the max cash out rules don't bother with the non deposit coupons.

Please do a little more research before flying off the handle...

Yes, it is a $50 minimum, BUT, you get one free check per month. Any after that are $35, not $50....which is still a ripoff IMO.

We are unable to process Overnight checks in amounts under $50, due to the costs of Bank processing and overnight fees. This option is also limited to some areas globally. The first overnight Express of the Month you request is free, all others for the same Month are charged at $35. After requesting your withdrawal it will take up to 24 hours for the withdrawal to be authorized, providing all documentation is in place. As Overnight Express checks are sent from outside the United States it may take 5-7 Business days to reach their destination, however in most cases it takes about 72 hours. We will ony send the check to the address we have on file.

edit: I thought Overnight meant just that - OVERNIGHT. What's this about 5-7 days to reach their destination? :what:
 
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hippo925

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Jun 13, 2006
Location
so cal
my first cashout ever at inet, $45 from their free chip. the faxback process took a few days and was kind of a hassle, but when all was said and done the money was transferred very quickly. considering the fact they don't have chat, their e-mail responses are pretty efficient.

and i don't know why i didn't mention this before, but i totally symphatize with the op because i've also hit a random jackpot with a max cashout limit but did get to keep $2000 out of over $6000. it was not at inet though and i do remember that sick feeling as well. would have been worse if i only got $45!

i hoped the max cashout thing would have been changed because of things like this, but that hope was years ago.
 

vinylweatherman

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Oct 14, 2004
Location
United Kingdom
my first cashout ever at inet, $45 from their free chip. the faxback process took a few days and was kind of a hassle, but when all was said and done the money was transferred very quickly. considering the fact they don't have chat, their e-mail responses are pretty efficient.

and i don't know why i didn't mention this before, but i totally symphatize with the op because i've also hit a random jackpot with a max cashout limit but did get to keep $2000 out of over $6000. it was not at inet though and i do remember that sick feeling as well. would have been worse if i only got $45!

i hoped the max cashout thing would have been changed because of things like this, but that hope was years ago.

It would seem that RTG operators can not support the financial risk of allowing free money to be used to "chase" the bigger RJ's. I cannot see why other casino operators can though, if reputable RTG casinos cannot.
Microgaming casinos sometimes give out free chips, and you can cash-out 100,000 if you win it. The ONLY exceptions to this are the "free play with 1000" type offers, and the small "try before you buy" chips. Once you have deposited into an account, operators of MG casinos have no win limits that the software is capable of exceeding (sportsbooks have daily win limits, but these are beyond the capability of the biggest non-progressive hit at MG, and progressives are not limited).

The only thing to do with RTG is to avoid playing any game that can give a big payout if you have free money with a max cashout. Where deposit bonuses have max cashouts, deposit enough such that any RJ falls within the 10x multiplier should you be lucky enough to win.

I did OK in the end. After putting $1000 into iNetbet and going through nearly all the birthday and newsletter codes, I finally managed to warm up the slots a little, and then it was like a repeat performance of ClubWorld:D
Nowhere near as good, but I met WR on the really BIG coupon, 90% to $360, with $1900 to withdraw, an overall gain of $900 (less the "thieving" exchange rates from Neteller:mad:)

I did NOT use the $9 free chip, and if & when I do, I will NOT be playing Reel Series slots;)
 

winbig

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It would seem that RTG operators can not support the financial risk of allowing free money to be used to "chase" the bigger RJ's. I cannot see why other casino operators can though, if reputable RTG casinos cannot.

If you ask me, if a $20,000 RJ is going to really put a hurt on their financial situation just because it was won on a $1+ free chip at any casino, you won't catch me playing there.

Besides, what is the REAL REASON behind that?

It's not like in this case that it was a "hit and run". The RJ was won by a loyal player to the casino. If they had simply signed up just for the $9, then I would fully support their decision.

But, again, you have to really ask yourself "What are their motives?"

This is money that is ALREADY PUT BACK AND SAVED FOR WHEN SOMEONE HITS THE RJ. It's not like they're paying the RJ 'out of their pocket' so to speak. A % of every penny bet on that slot is set aside for the jackpot.
 

vinylweatherman

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Location
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If you ask me, if a $20,000 RJ is going to really put a hurt on their financial situation just because it was won on a $1+ free chip at any casino, you won't catch me playing there.

Besides, what is the REAL REASON behind that?

It's not like in this case that it was a "hit and run". The RJ was won by a loyal player to the casino. If they had simply signed up just for the $9, then I would fully support their decision.

But, again, you have to really ask yourself "What are their motives?"

This is money that is ALREADY PUT BACK AND SAVED FOR WHEN SOMEONE HITS THE RJ. It's not like they're paying the RJ 'out of their pocket' so to speak. A % of every penny bet on that slot is set aside for the jackpot.

Some RTG operators have argued that play with free money also contributes a % to the RJ, so they do not want players winning them with free money. Unfortunately, they do not differentiate between the new player just using a free chip, and the loyal player who deposits regularly, but just happens to win the RJ with a free chip given as part of the player retention programme. MG will only restrict withdrawals from an INITIAL free chip, and even then will waive this restriction where a player subsequently makes a deposit and gives some play before attempting to withdraw the winnings.

This model has allowed RTG operators to offer HUGE bonuses (especially the less reputable ones), that look very generous indeed, but are not so when these max cashout rules are taken into consideration. MG offer less in the way of bonuses, but they are fully cashable, and with no max cashout.

iNetBet do not offer the large bonuses found with other RTG casinos, so maybe do not need the protection of the max cashout on the odd free chip.

I have yet to see any RTG casino without this rule on free chips, so it is probably recommended to them by RTG.

They would only suffer if there was an organised effort by bonus whores to take down an RJ with free chips, it could happen, but there would be no guarantees as with other forms of bonus whoring.
 
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