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PNWGirl38

Senior Member
Joined
Jun 20, 2005
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With payment methods the way they are now, it's leaving the door open for new ones to open up.

Please use extreme caution when signing up and giving them your personal information.

I would hate to see any MeisterMembers be scammed. :mad:

( back to Mahjong I go )
 

Addisyn

Dormant account
Joined
Oct 4, 2006
Location
Underground Sewer Access
I couldn't agree with you more PNWGirl38. It is with some trepidation I signed up for Nucharge. That is the end of it for me.

Yesterday I was thinking about this issue. I am a member of a great many casinos who all have my personal info. Most I imagine are reputable but what guarantee do we have some won't simply sell our info to the highest bidder to make up for their losses. I hate the paranoia I am experiencing on that front.

Thanks BushCo! You are putting Americans in more danger everyday!
 

Mousey

Ueber Meister Mouse
Joined
Sep 12, 2004
Location
Up$hitCreek
I couldn't agree with you more PNWGirl38. It is with some trepidation I signed up for Nucharge. That is the end of it for me.

Yesterday I was thinking about this issue. I am a member of a great many casinos who all have my personal info. Most I imagine are reputable but what guarantee do we have some won't simply sell our info to the highest bidder to make up for their losses. I hate the paranoia I am experiencing on that front.

Thanks BushCo! You are putting Americans in more danger everyday!

Precisely! And all these casinos and poker rooms opening up their own payment methods... I'm not giving out banking info (cc#, acct#, ss#, etc.) to 50 different processors. Bad enough so many casinos already have scanned copies of ID, etc. I made it a point to play at reputable sites. However, that doesn't mean some unhappy/fired/laid off employee won't steal and then sell personal and/or financial info. (While this has always been the case, I feel the current climate with so many cut backs and lay offs increases the likelihood of this happening.)

The reason I used NETeller exclusively is that my banking info remained with one and only one processor. I haven't signed up anywhere else even tho I have been unable to gamble online since NETeller locked us out.

I am extremely paranoid right now. Am I overreacting? I sincerely hope so -- for all our sakes.
 
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lojo

Banned User - repetitive violations of <a href="ht
Joined
Jan 18, 2007
Location
USA
This will blow over, and there isn't a damn thing any one player can do if it doesn't.

I wouldn't call paying attention paranoi :p
 

REOdeathwagon

Dormant account
Joined
Mar 31, 2006
Location
arizona
Mousey said:
Precisely! And all these casinos and poker rooms opening up their own payment methods... I'm not giving out banking info (cc#, acct#, ss#, etc.) to 50 different processors. Bad enough so many casinos already have scanned copies of ID, etc. I made it a point to play at reputable sites. However, that doesn't mean some unhappy/fired/laid off employee won't steal and then sell personal and/or financial info. (While this has always been the case, I feel the current climate with so many cut backs and lay offs increases the likelihood of this happening.)

The reason I used NETeller exclusively is that my banking info remained with one and only one processor. I haven't signed up anywhere else even tho I have been unable to gamble online since NETeller locked us out.

I am extremely paranoid right now. Am I overreacting? I sincerely hope so -- for all our sakes.

Not overreacting at all, everyone should be paranoid in this market. Even non US based players.
 
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