playersrewardcard in the mail

john39

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I got in the mail today the playersrewrdscard and seems like its associated with Virtual/Ace group ie (Silver Oak,Cool Cat, Slots of Vegas, Slotmadness) anyway I am already a member on all those casinos, just seems like a promotion for new players however I need to read more, claims its a prepaid card loaded with $100
 

Googobucs

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Sep 18, 2013
Location
Florida, USA
I got 2 LOL.
What a joke. I tried to use one at a place I had never played before and was told that I could not use it. Basically, I'm banned in their system. I guess I'm too out spoken of them here and they know I'll never deposit a penny of my hard earned money into these joints.
 

Diane

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Joined
Dec 20, 2009
Location
WI
I got in the mail today the playersrewrdscard and seems like its associated with Virtual/Ace group ie (Silver Oak,Cool Cat, Slots of Vegas, Slotmadness) anyway I am already a member on all those casinos, just seems like a promotion for new players however I need to read more, claims its a prepaid card loaded with $100


I have received a few of those also in the mail. I found them easy to use and accepted at several casinos.

Diane
 

ChrisNobles

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Mar 22, 2012
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United States
playersrewardscard

I received 2 yesterday as well..One with my name on it and one for me to give to someone. According to the info that came with them. When the balance on the card i gift is depleted my card is recharged with the original load it arrived with...(Am I an affiliate now) Lol That being said, I have had no trouble using it at any of the casinos listed on the cards website. i was actually surprised that after making a deposit with the card i was allowed to redeem a bonus code for the casino I had seen in my email. They also claim that if I have any issue with the casino to email them and they will assist me in seeking resolution..(They are laying it on a bit thick I know) I didnt attempt a withdrawal so no clue on how that would go. Sounds a bit to good to be true? I wonder why was I selected to receive the cards this mailing and on the previous ones? I am not a depositing player at any of the listed casinos and never have been. Why "reward" me? For What?
 

Mousey

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Up$hitCreek
My neighbor is always locking herself out of the house and has destroyed more than one debit/credit card getting back in. I always give these card to her and they work great.
 

Diane

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Dec 20, 2009
Location
WI
My neighbor is always locking herself out of the house and has destroyed more than one debit/credit card getting back in. I always give these card to her and they work great.

Mousey - it is "free money" why not use it?

Unless you are so concerned about the casinos that accept it having your personal ID information? I never got to cash out from using a card, but I at least enjoyed the free play......on the house.

Diane
 

john39

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dfw
I have received a few of those also in the mail. I found them easy to use and accepted at several casinos.

Diane

Thanks will try to use than, I assume that the free money was not cashable and there is a playthrough?
 

bigjohn

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Dec 21, 2012
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Northeast Coastal USA
The problem is the deceptive way it is presented. It comes with playthrough requirements and, I'm pretty sure, a cap on winnings but the T&C's are not evident.

For new players, if they win on it, it is a way to get that 'anchor' deposit and for their existing players it just keeps you doing something at their casino and since they hand out so many freebies you probably wont be able to cash out any way because of the consecutive free chip prohibition.

Jeez, just run a fair and honest casino and the players will seek you out!
 

Diane

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Joined
Dec 20, 2009
Location
WI
Thanks will try to use than, I assume that the free money was not cashable and there is a playthrough?

I honestly don't recall the terms, since it was several months ago. I know I didn't win, so it never go to that point for me. I don't even remember which casino accepted it at the time, I had to do a search to see which ones were included.

So as always, find the casino where you can use it --- if you have several options, go with whichever casino is accredited here as your choice for playing it. Then when you log on ----ask support about all the terms and conditions including cashable or deducted, any max bet restrictions, max cashout, and wagering requirements and then save a copy of the chat in case they don't honor as advertised.

That is always safest route. May you be lucky with their money and cashout out well.

Diane
 

ChrisNobles

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Mar 22, 2012
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so I checked out the T&C for the card 2x max cash out and 25 times playthrough requirement. Cashin out is contingent upon everything, at "the casinos sole discretion" proceed with caution. Good luck
 

Mousey

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Sep 12, 2004
Location
Up$hitCreek
Way back in the early days I got burned by Virtual's convoluted 'make it up as you go along' T&Cs trying to withdraw after I'd used a deposit bonus. If all I want is to play for free with no reasonable expectation of cashing out, I grab my tablet and play at Jackpot Party(WMS) or Double Down (IGT) and a have a few spins till the credits run out. If I play RTG (meh), I play JC or GV or Inet... I just don't play very much anymore and don't have the time or patience to invest in renewing my 'relationship' with Virtual.
 

Googobucs

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Sep 18, 2013
Location
Florida, USA
The card has T & C and the casino has T & C and they are in conflict with each other.... max cashout is 2 X......max cashout is $150 for no deposit bonus...which is it??? My guess is max cashout is $0 + headache / dizziness.
 

cheetahwind

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Aug 16, 2009
Location
Iowa
As I explained in a previous thread, this really isn't "free money" as described. It's not money that doesn't have any terms or condition attached yet when it actually does.

It comes with a 25 times playthru, 2 times max cash out. Plus it also comes with there silly no 2 free chips in a row term. So if you haven't made a deposit before redeeming this. Good luck on cashing it out, because this is considered a no deposit bonus. Just disguised as a fancy prepaid card. If you've opened a new account, and are legitly a new player to Virtual or Ace. Then you might get your winnings, but on either note. I end up tossing these because I'm not interested in making a deposit with them.

BTW they also make good windshield scrapers.
 
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