Quicktender Withdrawl Question

ballysdb

Dormant account
Joined
Apr 28, 2006
Location
Long Island NY
I can't seem to find enough info on making a withdrawl from Quicktender on their website.

When the say "wire transfer" do they mean ACH transfer back to your bank account/debit card?

A forum member said they charge a flat $30 fee per withdrawl, is that true?

Thanks
 

lots0

Banned User - troll posts - flaming
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Jun 3, 2006
Location
Hell on Earth
Just going thru my first withdrawal with these guys as well.

Just minutes ago I received this in an email from them.
We are pleased to confirm that the wire of USD...... has been sent from our account today, on (25-Feb-09) according to the bank details you have registered in your Payment Options. Please expect the funds in 3-5 business days to reach your account.

Please be informed that our fee for the withdrawal is $ 30.00 flat fee. But please be aware that correspondent banks may take their fees and charges for international transfers as well.
I assume that it is going to be like a regular international wire as that is the info I gave them.
 

RobWin

closed account
Joined
Apr 24, 2004
Location
A Vault!
Just going thru my first withdrawal with these guys as well.

Just minutes ago I received this in an email from them.

I assume that it is going to be like a regular international wire as that is the info I gave them.

I've used QT ever since it's inception and my money has always been "Wire Transferred" back to my bank account.
 

lots0

Banned User - troll posts - flaming
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Jun 3, 2006
Location
Hell on Earth
I have been very resistant to using any ewallet after getting ripped off by Neteller when they left the US.

But.. I kind of had to use them, this time, if I wanted my money.
 

mojo

Dormant account
Joined
Nov 25, 2007
Location
East Coast
Wire to your bank account is the only option here in the usa that I know of. It is always a 30 fee plus the fee from your bank. Ouch. It usually takes about 3 days not including weekends.
 

anniemac

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Location
Texas, USA
Ballysdb,

Yes, it will be a wire not ACH deposit. Your bank will charge you additional fees for the wire. That is why you can't have it sent to your Netspend card as they don't take wires. QT will charge you $30 and your bank additional fees.

Lotso,

From my experience, be looking for your money any time now. I have never had it take more than 48 hrs. to hit after I received that email unless it is a weekend or holiday.

I'm like Rob, I have had a QT account since they came into being. Had one little problem with them but it wasn't them it was Netspend. Just make sure that you do what you are asked to do and things will work just fine.
 

oldtrvlagt

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Joined
Mar 31, 2007
Location
Iowa
I've been using QT since Eco dropped U.S. customers. When you get the email that says it is confirmed I've received the wire in as little as 1 day..however, the last time it took 5 business days and I have no idea why. The last one took 2 days.:thumbsup:
 

jas2587

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Joined
Apr 25, 2006
Location
FL
Quicktender is Eco
do a deposit into VIP Casino
an what pops up locating Eco
but then Quicktender shows

so I do think they are 1 in the same also
I didnt have to provide any info

I love em

Cindy
 

slotplayer

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Oct 11, 2006
Location
USA
My last withdrawal was pretty fast. My bank tacks on another $10. so it's $40 bucks.
 

Mousey

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Sep 12, 2004
Location
Up$hitCreek
My bank charges $15. Sometimes there was an unknown 3rd party taking out fees, too... Usually $5 - $10 ... I assume it was the 'processor'.

A $500 w/d ended up as $445 into my account. :p
 

mercy

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Location
us
Deb, I also have a Wired Plastic card and have used that to make a withdrawal from quicktender, in case you don't want to have your money wired to your bank account.
 

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