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Letter from bank

Discussion in 'America the Beautiful' started by jimdog, Nov 9, 2009.

    Nov 9, 2009
  1. jimdog

    jimdog Dormant account

    Minneapolis, Minnesota
    I use a debit card tied to a bank checking account to deposit to casinos. The other day I received a letter from my bank saying that starting Dec 1st they will no longer authorize debit card transactions for online gambling.
  2. Nov 9, 2009
  3. bryand

    bryand Beach Bum PABnonaccred mm1

    Just Across the Hudson River
    Thanks for the headsup, jimdog. Prepaid, prepaid, prepaid.......
  4. Nov 9, 2009
  5. vinylweatherman

    vinylweatherman You type well loads CAG MM

    STILL At Leisure
    United Kingdom
    Does this mean they WILL till then?

    Could be worth moving some money around and into Quicktender (money you don't need, of course) before this happens.

    Looks like the bank have known all along, but were not going to spend money implementing this law until they had to.

    This would STILL only apply where they could identify the transaction correctly.

    There may well be an INCREASE in problems getting winnings BACK. If the banks knew, but turned a "blind eye", they may ALSO start identifying, and blocking, returning wire transfers and checks FROM casinos or the likes of Quicktender.

    Ideally, a pre-paid card that can accept casino withdrawals, AND freely be used for your usual spending, is what is needed.
  6. Nov 9, 2009
  7. GGW Laurie

    GGW Laurie Dormant account

    Self Employed
    In the Beautiful South !!
    Prepaid is the way to go:thumbsup:........will soon be about the only way to go imo:mad:.........laurie
  8. Nov 10, 2009
  9. silkprint

    silkprint Dormant account

    Yup ...I work
    I didn't know that any US banks still did let you deposit to a casino .
  10. Nov 10, 2009
  11. secret2

    secret2 irishbrit62 MM

    New York, United States
    I actually think it is a good idea for me personally, anyway.

    Prepaid card (i.e Wired Plastic or Netspend) has saved me plenty of bank fees and those pesky atm fees, that sometimes if I am not watching what I spend I can esily overdraw (maybe I should cut back on gambling anyway :p) Plus it will keep the banks at bay
  12. Nov 10, 2009
  13. mistertee

    mistertee Experienced Member

    uh oh !! I use my visa debit card that is tied to my checking acct. and have made many deposits at casinos and recieved wire transfers from casinos ! yikes ! I haven't heard anything from my bank though ! We shall see !
  14. Nov 10, 2009
  15. 4 of a kind

    4 of a kind Repeated violations of forum rule 1.16 - troll

    Trans. Tech
    New York
    I opened a Net-spend account for deposits, a quick-tender account (use my wallet) for withdrawals, and a wired plastic account to send withdrawals from quick-tender to wired, as per requested by several US players. So far just depositing with Net-spend and no problems yet. Haven't had the chance to withdraw yet. (well that's not exactly true) Usually don't withdraw unless 1k or more. Looks like I'll try 500.00 first chance I get and let you know how it goes.

    Also, based on what I read recently about wired plastic, I won't try over $2500.00 from quick-tender to wired.

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