Rushmore Withdrawal

rockydyke

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I just wanted to put a thumbs up for my withdrawal with Rushmore Casino. Requested my withdrawal on the 28th of last month and just received it today. It my seem like a long time but it turned out to be 8 working days which is in their time frame of 7 to 10 days.

With all the talk about this group with withdrawals I was a little concerned but they pulled through. So I want to thank Louise, Steve and the whole accounting department for doing a good job. :thumbsup:

This is not my first withdrawal and the prior ones have gone really smooth too. So please people don't give up on the Rushmore group, in my book they rock.
 

Pinababy69

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Toronto, Ontario - Canada
Rockydyke, do you mind if I ask if it was a bank wire? Or an ewallet transfer? Just curiousity is all. Seven to ten days for an ewallet transfer seems like an awful long time for me....but I guess when you're in the U.S. these days, payment within any decent timeframe is acceptable. And if it was a bank wire, I'm guessing that's a reasonable amount of time (not sure as I don't use bank wires or ACH). Thanks in advance.
 

GGW Laurie

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In the Beautiful South !!
I just wanted to put a thumbs up for my withdrawal with Rushmore Casino. Requested my withdrawal on the 28th of last month and just received it today. It my seem like a long time but it turned out to be 8 working days which is in their time frame of 7 to 10 days.

With all the talk about this group with withdrawals I was a little concerned but they pulled through. So I want to thank Louise, Steve and the whole accounting department for doing a good job. :thumbsup:

This is not my first withdrawal and the prior ones have gone really smooth too. So please people don't give up on the Rushmore group, in my book they rock.
Im glad you got paid:thumbsup:I guess we just got a little spoiled with Louise and the fast payouts, i think Louise is a fine Rep and person, prolly the best this group has ever had on casinomeister:) Congrats again!!!!!!!! ..............laurie
 

rockydyke

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Rockydyke, do you mind if I ask if it was a bank wire? Or an ewallet transfer? Just curiousity is all. Seven to ten days for an ewallet transfer seems like an awful long time for me....but I guess when you're in the U.S. these days, payment within any decent timeframe is acceptable. And if it was a bank wire, I'm guessing that's a reasonable amount of time (not sure as I don't use bank wires or ACH). Thanks in advance.
I don't mind at all. I was a bank wire as all my withdrawals have been.
 

RobWin

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That time-frame of eight days though can still be cut in half if the Rushmore group would pay the cashout back to your QT account and then QT would do the wire transfer to your bank within 3 days. QT is purdy fast in the 3 day window of wire transfers. So it can be cut to 4 days at most as long as the casino pays out your cash-in to QT the next day as a lot of them do.
 

catrina m

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Feb 8, 2007
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US of A
At least you won, I read your post and tried a deposit.

Poof!

I haven't seen so many crap spins in a long time.

It will also be a long time before they get any of my money again!
 

GGW Laurie

Paleo Meister (means really, really old)
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In the Beautiful South !!
That time-frame of eight days though can still be cut in half if the Rushmore group would pay the cashout back to your QT account and then QT would do the wire transfer to your bank within 3 days. QT is purdy fast in the 3 day window of wire transfers. So it can be cut to 4 days at most as long as the casino pays out your cash-in to QT the next day as a lot of them do.
You are so right Rob, QT withdrawals imo should never take more than 24 to 48 hours to be put into your account, thats why i tend to stick with the casinos that will do this for me, after all it takes all of 2 seconds for them to take your money when depositing, so 48 hours at max isnt alot to ask for, even just to flush it, would be great:D..............laurie
 

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