Manhattan Slots - $104 Withdrawal fee to Neteller

Mousey

Ueber Meister Mouse
Joined
Sep 12, 2004
Location
Up$hitCreek
CW used to be one of only 2 RTGs installed. :(

Someone please tell me the names of all the CWC casinos so I can be sure I've uninstalled them all, please!

Edited to add:

Note to all casinos! You don't OFFER and ALLOW players to redeem bonuses, and then penalize us for doing so, and especially penalize us if we happen to win, and expect us to sit fat, dumb and happy and keep forking over money without so much as a whimper. You don't like a player? Then, up front, email them, tell them you're closing their account (after all transactions are cleared). You don't like a particular player playing with bonuses, fine, alert the player of this, then disable all bonuses. It isn't that darn complicated!

*wandering off muttering* "contributing to processing costs" my eye....
 

Jasminebed

Game old gal
Joined
Mar 13, 2008
Location
Ontario
I've never cashed out, so I guess I made my contribution to your processing costs already.

I can understand limiting free withdrawals to one per week to keep your costs down, or additional fees for things like Western Union, but to apply it retroactively to all transactions is downright shady.
 

jod5413

Is That Better?
Joined
Mar 6, 2007
Location
somewhere on the planet
Hi Guys,

We do not pass any processing costs on to players apart from in situations covered by point 18 of our terms of use:

18. In cases where players are participating in strategies or patterns of play that CWCUSD in its sole discretion deems to be abusive we reserve the right, prior to closing the account, to deduct any processing costs associated with the account from the value of the final payment. You will be notified in advance of any deductions of this nature being made.

The OP has successfully cashed out many thousands of dollars in profit, and so I am surprised that he is so averse to contributing $104 towards the processing costs.

Regards
Tom


And this is why I like Inetbet, even if they do not have live chat. :thumbsup:
 

chuchu59

gambling addict
PABnonaccred
CAG
Joined
Sep 26, 2004
Location
SOMEWHERE IN ASIA
Hi Guys,

We do not pass any processing costs on to players apart from in situations covered by point 18 of our terms of use:

18. In cases where players are participating in strategies or patterns of play that CWCUSD in its sole discretion deems to be abusive we reserve the right, prior to closing the account, to deduct any processing costs associated with the account from the value of the final payment. You will be notified in advance of any deductions of this nature being made.

The OP has successfully cashed out many thousands of dollars in profit, and so I am surprised that he is so averse to contributing $104 towards the processing costs.

Regards
Tom

Maybe you ought to go thru your winners' database and send them an email informing them that if they dare come back you will slap them with processing fees for all withdrawals dating back several light years.
 

Bencuri

Experienced Member
PABnononaccred
Joined
May 13, 2009
Location
Hungary
For some reason I never felt like depositing too much at ClubWorld and its partners, after this incident I will surely aviod it. I would surely be angry to have a withdrawal fee on my chas-out without notification. I know about casinos that take withdrawal fee, but at least they inform players about it in the cashier during the cash out process, not only in a hidden line of the terms. But anyway, there are several other casinos that has much better bonuses than Club World, and they can process any amount of withdrawal freely in every month. Club has bonuses with not very favourable rules and game settings, and on top of this they also charge the fee. This is ridiculous... :p
 
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