quick tender

peteyweestro

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can anyone explaine to me how this whole quick tender thing is supposed to work, because i thought to sign up for it you had to get an invite from the casino but when i asked fortune lounge group last night they said the invites come straight from quick tender and that the casinos have no say
 

suzecat

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can anyone explaine to me how this whole quick tender thing is supposed to work, because i thought to sign up for it you had to get an invite from the casino but when i asked fortune lounge group last night they said the invites come straight from quick tender and that the casinos have no say

Don't think I agree with FL. I received invites from casinos, NOT from Quick Tender. You accept the invitation from the casino, they make arrangement with QT, and a password is sent to you via email from QT.
 

winbig

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Don't think I agree with FL. I received invites from casinos, NOT from Quick Tender. You accept the invitation from the casino, they make arrangement with QT, and a password is sent to you via email from QT.

How in the world did you get an invite? It's like pulling teeth. What's with all the secrecy? Are invites going to be sold on Ebay, just like when gmail came out and was invite only?
 

suzecat

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How in the world did you get an invite? It's like pulling teeth. What's with all the secrecy? Are invites going to be sold on Ebay, just like when gmail came out and was invite only?

Didn't lose any teeth:D Speculation is all I can offer...........I received lots of invites.....I guess no accounting for skill (or taste) was involved.:)
 

EasyRhino

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I received three. If you have played at another casino that lists Quicktender or "Usemywallet" as an option, I'd ask them about getting an invite.

And heck, if you have played there, ask about it.

I'm not sure exactly why Quicktender goes with this invite-only setup, maybe it will come clear eventually.
 

winbig

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thats what i thought cyz i've always heard that the casino issued you the invite so i guess i'm to "small potatos" to bother with an invite from royal vegas

I've asked 3 groups so far. Apparently they don't want my business.

Every time I ask, they tell me to use C2P, Ewalletexpress, etc, and 2 of the 3 have ignored the question for an invite.
 

lojo

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I've asked 3 groups so far. Apparently they don't want my business.

Every time I ask, they tell me to use C2P, Ewalletexpress, etc, and 2 of the 3 have ignored the question for an invite.


If you had a gfed account prior to the USA Freedom transfers, you may already have a qt account... might wanna check it out (the software was clean when I dl several months ago)

EDIT: Maybe someone else could look too, I may have missed the file, or it may be elsewhere if they still have malware. They really should be getting in touch with the Meister to get de-rogued if he can trust them, it is a new group now...
 
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Rettahs

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The funny thing about my invites they all came from the scary RTG virtual group even though I play and have lost a lot more at other casinos.

I am sure if you send that virtual danny an email if you happen to have an account laying around from the virtual group that they will send you an invite. Now I am not saying to play there, I am just saying that that group will do anything for you if they think you will deposit. Since you can use the wallet other places it doesn't matter who you get the invite from.
 

lojo

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Since you can use the wallet other places it doesn't matter who you get the invite from.

Yip (but I've got to say I'm liking some of the games @gfed2.. a little variety)

I'm of the firm opinion that QT isn't operating the invitations from just one set of rules. Probably a good tactic for the environment and business they are in.
 

EasyRhino

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I think I got quicktender invites from one or two Virtual Group casinos which had banned me from receiving any promotions. :)
 

EasyRhino

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Yay! I just got my first money in my quicktender account (from a casino payout). I made the casino purchase via debit card, and took the cashout via quicktender, so I didn't have to pay any annoying fees.
 

yameater

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Easy Rhino,
How does Quicktender pay the funds back to you? Is it EFT or check?
Thanks. Oh, and how long do you have to wait?
 

EasyRhino

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Haven't withdrawn from there yet (I have two payouts pending, so I will in about a week... only want to get charged one $10 withdrawal fee... man I'm cheap).

I am under the impression that withdrawals are by wire. That's what help says, and that's how they worked with ecocard.

Interestingly, when establishing a "payment option" for withdrawal, it asks for bank info including ABA/routing number, but NOT SWIFT code, which makes me wonder if maybe the it's no longer an international wire, but a domestic one?
 

amatrine

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Re

Well I had a invite for quiktender, and had nothing but problems with their site.

I tried all day to log in, would tell me database error, or it would tell my my password didn't have enough letters, and it did. Believe me I tried every combo.
Or after I would enter my user name, ( it has you give a new one) I would hit enter, and it would give me an error message. Then that user name would be taken, with no way for me to acess it as it never accepts a password I put in.

I finally gave up. Their support has been no help.

Ama
 

footdr

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EMAIL THEIR SUPPORT FOR HELP

I had a problem using quicktender the first time but their support responded quickly and corrected the problem.

Give it a try.

I really like how fast the casinos are paying to Quicktender and I am getting wiretransfers in 4-5 days.
 

amatrine

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RE

Im on week 2 with no relsolve with quiktender and now waiting a payment to be deposited into it. It will not , no matter what I type accept my password, and I never get a resolve to that. They responde by saying type in 6 characters or more, well I have over 50 times, and it always tells me I that im not typing in enough. I want to scream.

Ama
 

KathyK

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Hi, I was wondering if someone could help me understand this Qucktender. If I deposit to a casino using my debit card and then I want to cashout to Quicktender are there any charges involved with either Quicktender or my bank? I'm getting tired of waiting a month for a check to be paid by the casino. Any input would be greatly appreciated:) Thank you!
 

bb28

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Hi, I was wondering if someone could help me understand this Qucktender. If I deposit to a casino using my debit card and then I want to cashout to Quicktender are there any charges involved with either Quicktender or my bank? I'm getting tired of waiting a month for a check to be paid by the casino. Any input would be greatly appreciated:) Thank you!

Hi Kathy,
This info is from the QT page.....click on help.
"Fee Schedule for QuickTender Account Holders:
# Service Fees *
1. Registration Fee Free
2. Credit Card Deposits 5%
3. Withdrawals to Bank Account or Check via regular mail $20 flat fee***
4. International bank wire deposits Free **
5. Payment to an online merchant Free
* All fees are subtracted in US Dollars; Fee Schedule for any QuickTender account denominated in another currency is calculated in accordance with the current date exchange rate.
** Subject to any fees and charges as imposed by any third-party being an intermediary between QuickTender Account Holder and QuickTender Payment System
*** Subject to correspondent bank fees and charges for international transfers "
 

suzecat

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Hi, I was wondering if someone could help me understand this Qucktender. If I deposit to a casino using my debit card and then I want to cashout to Quicktender are there any charges involved with either Quicktender or my bank? I'm getting tired of waiting a month for a check to be paid by the casino. Any input would be greatly appreciated:) Thank you!

I have done a QT WD and QT charged $20 and my bank charged $10. It took about a week to receive $.
 

Mousey

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I have done a QT WD and QT charged $20 and my bank charged $10. It took about a week to receive $.

I've got a little problem.... And I'll look through more of the QT threads to see if anyone else had this happen....

Fees are killer. $20 on the QT end, $15 at my end. (Plus another $10 that just disappeared into the ether) Wouldn't tick me off near as bad if I could get a nice fat win and could make a 4 figure w/d. Took 6 days. Problem is... there's that mysterious missing $10 in there somewhere that I can't find out where it went.

Here's the quickie breakdown:

Withdrew $450 from QT to bank.
QT debited my QT account $470. (That's w/the $20 fee.)

That means $450 should have shown up in my bank, but it didn't. Only $440 was credited. Then $15 wire fee was debited. ($425 of the original $450 w/d is actually in my account now.) Where'd the other $10 go?

And how can I find out without drawing attention to this particular transaction at my bank?
 

suzecat

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I've got a little problem.... And I'll look through more of the QT threads to see if anyone else had this happen....

Fees are killer. $20 on the QT end, $15 at my end. (Plus another $10 that just disappeared into the ether) Wouldn't tick me off near as bad if I could get a nice fat win and could make a 4 figure w/d. Took 6 days. Problem is... there's that mysterious missing $10 in there somewhere that I can't find out where it went.

Here's the quickie breakdown:

Withdrew $450 from QT to bank.
QT debited my QT account $470. (That's w/the $20 fee.)

That means $450 should have shown up in my bank, but it didn't. Only $440 was credited. Then $15 wire fee was debited. ($425 of the original $450 w/d is actually in my account now.) Where'd the other $10 go?

And how can I find out without drawing attention to this particular transaction at my bank?

Ditto here Mouse. Don't think it is our banks doing this. Think it is Deutche Bank who QT uses for the int'l wire. Sickens me how every rat takes a piece.
 

Mousey

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Thanks Suze. At least I know I'm not crazy.

Yeah... That's what I was thinking, everyone that touches that money gets their cut -- QT ($20), Processor ($10), My bank ($15). I ended up paying around 10% in fees on that measley w/d. :(

Shouldn't QT be responsible for warning us of the additional charge? Wonder if it's mentioned on their website somewhere and I just keep overlooking it?
 

suzecat

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Thanks Suze. At least I know I'm not crazy.

Yeah... That's what I was thinking, everyone that touches that money gets their cut -- QT ($20), Processor ($10), My bank ($15). I ended up paying around 10% in fees on that measley w/d. :(

Makes me think a hiatus is in order until UIGEA goes buhbye,.:D if that helps.
 
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