Payment Issues with 'Wild Vegas Casino'

cashrodes

Dormant account
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Jun 27, 2012
Location
Indiana
Hey, everyone this is my first posting on the site. I usually set back and listen. This time I have a complaint. I hit for $575.00 at Wild Vegas casino back on April 3, 2013. I was told it would take 30 days to process the payment, or maybe less than 30days. It is now reaching 60 days and still no payout. I have talked to a lady several times named Megan and she says she has no clue what is taking so long. She sent it to the processor and doesn't know anything once it leaves her hands and has no way of checking. She says she is positive I will receive the withdrawal, but she doesn't know when. I have asked to speak to the manager and haven't got any kind of reply. You can't talk with her or anyone else except email. All I am getting is the run a round and they have no intentions of paying me. Is there something I can do? I would appreciate any kind of reply or advice if anyone has any input. Thanks
 

Tirilej

Still a Lady
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That casino is in a not so nice list here among other Rogue casinos. If you chose to play there you will have to wait and just hope you will get paid.
I will give you a link to a person you can contact in here. Send her a private message. She usually helps people in other forums but since she is a member here I don't want to send you anywhere else.

https://www.casinomeister.com/forums/members/

Welcome to Casinomeister :thumbsup:
 

chuchu59

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If I recall correctly this one is linked to Virtual. 30 days payment is the norm for them and if they believe you have no intention of depositing they wont pay you. I hope you didn't win off a free chip.
 

dunover

Unofficial T&C's Editor
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i dont understand why people deposit money on awful casino's

The answer is simple - the casino industry is bandit-country and people do so through ignorance. They see the bright colours and banners and bonus 'offers' and assume because they can take credit cards etc. that they are kosher and inherently trustworthy. Unfortunately the truth is that unscrupulous persons take advantage of this and it's a case of 'do your homework first'.:what:
 
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