Silly Billy

Preferred payment option

  • Cheque by mail

    Votes: 5 11.4%
  • eWallet

    Votes: 29 65.9%
  • Other

    Votes: 10 22.7%

  • Total voters
    44

Rusty

Banned User - repetitive flaming
Joined
Jul 23, 2006
Location
Manchester UK
I thought I would check up on Casino Cubed to see if they had expanded their payment options as promised previously.
Not yet and still no Moneybookers which is OK as it is their choice but who are they trying to fool with this nonsense?

When making a withdrawal, most members prefer the good old fashioned check in the mail--it's like an extra Christmas when the mail arrives with your winnings!

They surely mean it is like waiting for Christmas.

Thought I would add a little poll to see how many people really do prefer mail cheque to ewallet or other means.
 

Antonia1953

Dormant account
Joined
Feb 12, 2003
Location
The Sonora
I agree. There payment options appear to be designed to encumber the withdrawal process, but I'm not sure. There isn't a single rational excuse for not providing a check as an option. They did have a problem with deposits when they first got started as well, but I understand they have worked that out. It is hard to determine if they are overly cautious, running on a shoe string, or establishing disclaimers.

Checks and money transfers are the only options I am interested in. I play at several casinos and have not had a problem getting paid by these methods. There isn't any reason for me to play at one that doesn't, but it does limit new experiences once in a while.
 

BillyCubed

Dormant account
Joined
Jul 15, 2009
Location
CasinoCubed.com
Hi guys

MB and NT is on the list but, with our emphasis on North American players, most of OUR players are happy with a check. Of course that's problematical for you, Rusty, and others overseas--but we are working on it and will post here when they become available.

Best!

Billy
 

RobWin

closed account
Joined
Apr 24, 2004
Location
A Vault!
Hi guys

MB and NT is on the list but, with our emphasis on North American players, most of OUR players are happy with a check. Of course that's problematical for you, Rusty, and others overseas--but we are working on it and will post here when they become available.

Best!

Billy
You say that your emphasis is on North American players, if that is true then you are really losing out on a hell of a lot of business. I have had a numerous amount of my players sent me messages and emails saying that they would have signed up along with the ones that are already signed up stating they would not deposit because you guys did not offer ewalletXpress as a withdrawal method. And others have said the same regarding UseMyWallet (QT), that you guys don't even offer that one as a deposit or withdrawal method.

Who ever convinced you guys that check payments were the preferred payment method for American Players was smokin some really good weed and I think they may have passed that bong to you guys as they told you that...:cool:

Lets break this down, it probably takes approx. 10-21 days for a player to receive that check in North America and then they are going to go to their bank and deposit that check. Their bank will in all likelihood hold the funds on that check for another 21 days before making them available to the customer as most banks do with checks from foreign countries.

Even if your check is drawn on a bank In the States the bank that it is deposited at will still hold funds for approx. 11 days depending on the amount of the check.

So, who are you trying to convince here at Casinomeister that checks are actually preferred by North American players. I think you are in the wrong forum to try to convince the savvy players at Casinomeister of that idea. I think you guys need to backup and regroup and come back here and make a statement that is actually believable by the savvy players here.

You might be able to convince a few newbies of that (check statement) but most are going to laugh at it and think you guys are trying to intentionally delay payment by making statements like that one.

I can cash out to (QT) and have the funds in my bank account within 3 days but then again I may be more thrilled to wait on my cash for 30 days by getting a check....WRONG!!

Come on guys, lets get with the program here and help the players and affiliates out, and also increase your customer base at the same time!
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Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
Joined
Oct 15, 2004
Location
Toronto, Ontario - Canada
North America also includes Canada....last I checked anyway. :p

Canadians can use Moneybookers, EcoCard, Ewalletexpress....pretty much everything except QT and Neteller. So you really need at least one of those options....preferably MB, as it works in real time and is the fastest comparable to the others IMO. As to the US players, you know what you need.

And if you meant to say American players as opposed to North American players, then just disregard my entire post. :laugh:

Bottom line, Rob is right...I don't think too many people prefer a cheque over an ewallet transfer.
 

dcpam39

Senior Member
PABnononaccred
MM
Joined
Nov 12, 2006
Location
East Coast
I have cashed out from CasinoCubed via check. They told me it would be received between 7-10 business days after processing. I received in 7 calendar days. The check was drawn on a U.S. bank account, and my bank placed their standard hold on the check.
I liked the gameplay on CasinoCubed, but ultimately uninstalled because they do not offer usemywallet as an option, and they only process payouts three days a week, m, w, and fridays.
I would agree, a check is not my preferred instrument of tender,
Pam
 

slotheadlizard

The Lizard of Oz
Joined
Oct 22, 2008
Location
Buckeye Nation
Check

When making a withdrawal, most members prefer the good old fashioned check in the mail--it's like an extra Christmas when the mail arrives with your winnings!

They did not really say this?

I have been waiting on QT to deposit. Its the only reason I have not deposited.

If it is drawn on an American bank however, that is at least a good thing. Less explaining, but I prefer no explaining.
 

catrina m

Dormant account
PABaccred
Joined
Feb 8, 2007
Location
US of A
Hi guys

MB and NT is on the list but, with our emphasis on North American players, most of OUR players are happy with a check. Of course that's problematical for you, Rusty, and others overseas--but we are working on it and will post here when they become available.

Best!

Billy
I never want a check. Quicktender is the preference of most "North Americans"

I signed up for your casino, but when usemywallet wasn't an option I "ran" back to the casino's that have it.

I personally will never play there until it is an option.
 

love2winalot

Dormant account
Joined
Feb 10, 2009
Location
Philippines/Visiting Las vegas
37 checks

Hiya: Maybe it is because i am in Vegas, or i use BOA, or some such combination. I keep all my Check stubs/copies in an envelope. I have 37 of them, ranging from $250, to $3020. They are from Neteller, or Bodog, or 3dice, or other such places, over the last several years, "excluding 2-1-2006 thru 9-1-2008."

I hace both cashed and deposited the checks. There was NEVER A HOLD OF ANY KIND. None of them ever bounced. Some arrived thru fed-x, some in the regular mail, some thru ups, and so on.

I don't think it is my concern at all, what others do, or how they want to get paid. But since it was asked, I prefer the Check. Here is why.

1. It is usually cheaper, "fee's", than wire transfers.
2. It is Real, you can see an hold it.
3. It gives you an actual proof of funds, just like a check stub from your job.
4. It is easier to trace if it got lost.


But this is just me. Most want their money as fast as possible. Most imhop, will choose how fast they get paid, over the Fee's they have to pay.

This being said, The more options available at the Cash Out screen, the more players the Casino will have. It is hard enough to get people to give their banking information to a site on the internet as it is. Now you want them to do this.........

Casino A. Uses Super Purse.
Casino B. Uses Back Pocket.
Casino C. Uses Highjack Wallet.
and so on.

So how many damn internet banking providers do i have to sign up for? Make another Poll and ask? I bet MOST would really perfer just one. I will use Highjack Wallet, and if the Casino does not have that as an option, then fine, i will not play there.

ps: in case you did not know, the purse/pocket/wallet sites above are make believe........
 

TOC

Dormant account
Joined
Jul 16, 2009
Location
Earth
After the Neteller stuff and stopping US players from withdraws I always request a check. I went through hell trying to get my money! I will always go with a check vs. any payment provider, being US based... Deposits are OK, just not withdraws. I get mine overnighted and NO fee, sweet!!
 

vegetagirl2008

Mafia Wars Level 472
Joined
May 10, 2008
Location
Brooklyn, New York, United States
I prefer Quicktender its fast and I like to use it. Checks are great until they bounce and I for one don't like bounced checks. I don't trust any check unless is a certified check. All these casinos to play at if they don't use Quicktender as a option of payment I won't play there..period.
 

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