So I've had abit of luck in the last few days.. well actually I had a ton

Realitybitez

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:D I did a freeplay on one casino, won and was offered the $200 bonus but turned it down because the odds seemed too high. ( Thats Crazy Vegas Casino) and the deposit was more than I wanted to risk

I did another freeplay on another casino which I decided what the heck and took the bonus and played it right through (was literally up all night and day) and actually managed to cash out some (Euro Palace Casino) though Im still waiting to see if I will actually 'get paid' as its not on the accredited list.

After seeing that its actually quite easy to crack a bonus, I accepted the invite I got from Cinema Casino to play the free play in 'their' casino though I did tell them beforehand that I had an account with Crazy Vegas Casino (which Im sure is under the same branch as them) and had used their free play but the chat operator said 'it was not a problem' as I didnt accept the bonus with Crazy Vegas and I didnt make a deposit. So taking her at her word, I downloaded the casino, joined and did the free play. Too cut a long story short. I won again. I can see why people love bonuses hehe

So Im in a pretty happy place at the moment but as I dont want foreseeable problems (problems I've read on the forums that people have with cashouts) I'd like to send all my ID documents to them now. Does anyone know 'what documents' and 'to who' I send my verification stuff too? I mean for Cinema Casino? Which will be my most favourite casino, if they actually pay out.. lol:D
 

Diane

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congrats on the win. I have no experience with those casinos. But I would prepare the standard docs such as photo ID, mail to verify your address, and copies of funding methods used to deposit.

Diane
 

Realitybitez

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Thank you

You wont believe how much I needed it. Its been a constant year of straight loosing, I was literally on my last $20 which I used as a deposit after getting through the play through.:eek2:

And I cracked it! Another all nighter with the mission of never leaving the computer until I cleared that bonus.... lol :D

Ok, its probably not a heck of alot to some people but its a heck of alot for me:p, and just in time for Xmas. The timing is terrific

Of course I have to see if they will pay out. I see so many people on the forums stating how they cant get out cash outs when using bonus chips so just abit worrying :oops:

I usually 'dont' take bonuses even when offered because I've never really understood them but I think I finally get it. :thumbsup:

congrats on the win. I have no experience with those casinos. But I would prepare the standard docs such as photo ID, mail to verify your address, and copies of funding methods used to deposit.

Diane
 

Realitybitez

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Legit as, the only concern I have is the fact I have another account with another one

of their casinos but the chat operator said, it didnt matter as I hadnt accepted the bonus on their other casino and hadnt made a deposit in any of their casinos, therefore I was able to use this 'free play' thing on another one of their casinos. Ok, Im confusing myself...:lolup:

But I have heard, well read horror stories about people being told they werent entitled to their winnings as they'd already used the bonus stuff on another one of their casinos.

Gawd! :eek2:That would seriously upset me especially since I asked the chat operator like 10 times if she was sure I was allowed :p

QUOTE=me_and_ed;459595]As long as all ur stuff is legit you will have no issues with VPL.[/QUOTE]
 

Realitybitez

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Thank you....

I still cant believe it:D Have sent in my verification papers but stilll havent heard back. Thats a little worrying. I wasnt sure what to send, so got a bit carried away. Sent Birth Certificate, Lience, Phone Bill, Broadband bill, and a scan of my visa debit card:lolup:

QUOTE=MommyMachine;459599]WTG on your win! Continued GL! :)[/QUOTE]
 

KasinoKing

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But I have heard, well read horror stories about people being told they werent entitled to their winnings as they'd already used the bonus stuff on another one of their casinos.

Gawd! :eek2:That would seriously upset me especially since I asked the chat operator like 10 times if she was sure I was allowed :p
You should be totally fine; VPL is CasinoMeister Accredited, and if you have proof of what was said in chat it would look really bad for them if they did a U-turn.

Your other withdrawal should be fine too - problems with MG casinos are very few and far between for genuine players.
Congratulations on your wins! :thumbsup:

KK
 

chayton

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One thing you might want to do is log into the casino and go to live chat and see if they can confirm that they received your docs. I remember a few years ago I got all frustrated and closed all my VPL accounts because it was so hard reaching them via email - for some reason my emails were being blocked or something.

If they did get your docs then just wait til you hear. The first WD with any casino takes a bit longer because they have to check everything - especially if you used a big bonus.

Congrats on the win! :thumbsup:
 

vinylweatherman

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If all goes well with your documents, you should see the money some time next week. Euro Palace is connected to Fortune Lounge via the affiliate program, so I wouldn't expect problems there either.

The standard documents are among those you sent.

1) Form of photo ID
2) Proof of address, usually a bill in your name and at your address, or a bank statement.
3) Evidence that you have the physical card that you deposited with, usually a scan of the front and back of the card

Since you didn't actually claim the first bonus at Crazy Vegas, it will have timed out, so you have only used one bonus in their group. This should be fine so long as you met all the terms of play, as well as met the playthrough requirement.

Cinema should also have a Christmas promotion, but I can't get it to work. It relies on being able to opt in via the lobby, which just isn't working for me.

Euro Palace has the Fortune Lounge advent calendar promotion, but it's called something slightly different.
 

Realitybitez

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Ok I sent the verification documents then got a email a few hours later

saying that to process your cashout blah blah you will need to send certain documents blah blah -the headache begins :confused:

Ok, Im thinking not a problem I will just resend them however this part is new:

4. The signed Deposit Authorization document below.

_________________________________________________________

Deposit Authorization Document

Report Number: 515047 Report Date: 12/9/2011 11:15:59 AM

Please sign next to each listed deposit below:

Date Trans. No. Credit Card Currency Amount Casino
12/8/2011 2:24 PM 11018799 ######## AUD 20.00 Cinema

This document serves to confirm that I, ____________________________________, the undersigned cardholder, did authorize DataCash (Pty) Ltd / Crazy Commerce / Borth Holdings, to charge my credit card account for the transactions listed above. Further, I confirm that I have received all services due to me in terms of the charges listed.


Signature__________________________
 

Realitybitez

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I mean whats up with that? I dont get it..

They want access to my credit card and they want me to sign 'said access ' to my credit card? Is that what it means? Oh and another part:

*We always try refunding to the method of purchase first, wherever possible, with the restrictions imposed by credit card companies we can no longer refund to credit cards or US$ debit cards.

Wow! :eek2: All I have is a visa/debit card - I dont have any other type of web wallet so where does that leave me?:(
 

fanihi

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They want access to my credit card and they want me to sign 'said access ' to my credit card? Is that what it means? Oh and another part:

*We always try refunding to the method of purchase first, wherever possible, with the restrictions imposed by credit card companies we can no longer refund to credit cards or US$ debit cards.

Wow! :eek2: All I have is a visa/debit card - I dont have any other type of web wallet so where does that leave me?:(

probably a check or wire transfer would be your alt. option....but be prepared for a hefty transaction fee.
 

Realitybitez

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Ok, I've read too many horror stories on here

about players problems with cash outs, so yes Im totally paranoid:confused: I keep thinking its too good to be true and something is bound to stuff it up:eek:
 

vinylweatherman

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This is a deposit declaration form, rather than signing away "access to your card". It is a standard form, but not one used for every verification. It seems a little overboard for a mere $20. I have only had these when my total card deposits reach a certain level, usually in the thousands.

It is also a way to get a copy of your signature, which they can then compare with the other documents you have sent in. This might be why they are asking for it over a trifling $20 deposit.

Operators also believe signing this form prevents the player from making a chargeback. It would, if casinos actually stepped forward when asked by card companies to defend the claim, but because of what the transaction is for, most don't respond, so a chargeback goes through on the word of the customer alone. In effect, it's a bluff, designed to discourage players from trying to scam them because they believe this form will be used against them, and they will end up in a heap of trouble. There is never any guarantee that an operator will NOT use this to defend a chargeback, so it can be an effective weapon. A UK operator WILL use such a form, because here "remote gambling" has been formally legalised, and gambling debts have been made enforcable in law.

To deal with this particular form:-

1) Print it off
2) Sign by hand
3) Scan the signed form
4) Send back as JPEG to casino.
 

Realitybitez

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Thanks vinylweatherman.

Its good to know that its a standard thing and not a 'con' thing which I was beginning to think. It might of been a $20 deposit but I won just over a grand:D which is probably why they're pulling out all the stops.

But ya made me feel better that its a perfectly legit thing that they are doing :)

Thank you


This is a deposit declaration form, rather than signing away "access to your card". It is a standard form, but not one used for every verification. It seems a little overboard for a mere $20. I have only had these when my total card deposits reach a certain level, usually in the thousands.

It is also a way to get a copy of your signature, which they can then compare with the other documents you have sent in. This might be why they are asking for it over a trifling $20 deposit.

Operators also believe signing this form prevents the player from making a chargeback. It would, if casinos actually stepped forward when asked by card companies to defend the claim, but because of what the transaction is for, most don't respond, so a chargeback goes through on the word of the customer alone. In effect, it's a bluff, designed to discourage players from trying to scam them because they believe this form will be used against them, and they will end up in a heap of trouble. There is never any guarantee that an operator will NOT use this to defend a chargeback, so it can be an effective weapon. A UK operator WILL use such a form, because here "remote gambling" has been formally legalised, and gambling debts have been made enforcable in law.

To deal with this particular form:-

1) Print it off
2) Sign by hand
3) Scan the signed form
4) Send back as JPEG to casino.
 

ShayDrew

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Its good to know that its a standard thing and not a 'con' thing which I was beginning to think. It might of been a $20 deposit but I won just over a grand:D which is probably why they're pulling out all the stops.

But ya made me feel better that its a perfectly legit thing that they are doing :)

Thank you

Hey Mate

Good to see you have made a deposit outside NZ currency at an accrediated casino! :) You will have no issues with a Vegas Partner Lounge Casino going back to your Debit Card - I played with Aspinals (Same Group) for a long time and had no issues at all. In regards to the form - again standard. You'll have the cash on your card by the end of the week at the latest. :)

WTG on the winnings! What did you hit?
 

Realitybitez

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It was some mad hour in the morning I was pratically sleeping on the pc but I was set on cracking that bonus:lolup: I have 'No' idea what I hit, I was playing incredibly stupid, you know when your'll half asleep and play any old thing....:confused: I think I was doing $10 a spin at one time :p

Took me nearly 2 weeks to get my money but I got it eventually:D

I have decided I totally love these bonus thingy s, now I have worked them out. In the last 3 weeks I've cleared just over 2k from 2 casinos ( my latest and most favorite casinos of the moment ) and only made deposits worth around $50

Of course in the last few days, I sunk most of it right back in :lolup:

But sheesh did I have a ball:cool:


Hey Mate

Good to see you have made a deposit outside NZ currency at an accrediated casino! :) You will have no issues with a Vegas Partner Lounge Casino going back to your Debit Card - I played with Aspinals (Same Group) for a long time and had no issues at all. In regards to the form - again standard. You'll have the cash on your card by the end of the week at the latest. :)

WTG on the winnings! What did you hit?
 
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