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clj7221

Dormant account
Joined
Dec 10, 2003
Location
U.S.A.
Morning everyone:)
Ok Today I got a mail from casino poker and joker ( same group and yes I said I would delete them and I will but there was a little free money in there yesterday:eek2: ) ok in the mail that I got from both casinos it said I have a 100 to 200 exact match bonus if I deposit via credit card:confused:

Isn't that why they stopped us from using firepay because here in the U.S. ( The most Loved country in the world :D )that was almost the same as using a credit card and we can not use credit card for on line gambling.

Well I called the casino and spoke to Vanessa in the V.I.P. Department ( don't you love those fancy titles lol) ANYWAY, Vanessa said that many U.S. players deposit directly with their credit cards and have no problem! I said what?? isn't that not legal here? she said no it's fine for U.S. Players to make a direct deposit through their credit card. I said well why can't I use instadebit for the deposit if I want to play and get the bonus. She said " players in the U.S. can no longer use instadebit and that will be removed from the casino today?? I am getting mixed information here on well just about everything on the depositing methods in this casino so any replies on this would be great.
Peace!
 

Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
Joined
Oct 15, 2004
Location
Toronto, Ontario - Canada
No Neteller, Firepay, Moneybookers, Instadebit, Citadel or ECheck. The jury is still out on Click2Pay. Far as I know Payspark and EcoCard still work...and some credit/debit cards or prepaid cards.
 

clj7221

Dormant account
Joined
Dec 10, 2003
Location
U.S.A.
OY it's all going and nothing left to use soon enough. But for now is it true what vanessa said?So I can use a credit card or no?? She said most U'S' players are using it and have no problem.
 

winbig

Keep winning this amount.
Joined
Mar 10, 2005
Location
Pennsylvania
I think the general concensous is to stay away from *any* casino claiming to be able to process credit cards from US players.

1: They're using shady methods to get the charges to go through.
or
2: US sting operation? (Conspiracy theory :D)


Up until a few weeks ago, Netspend All Access Visa cards were still working at casinos. Not sure if they still are or not.
 

Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
Joined
Oct 15, 2004
Location
Toronto, Ontario - Canada
Ooops, I forgot. Alot of the Micro casinos also take Western Union, it's available as a deposit option through the banking interface in the software. Should you manage to win, you can still cashout via Payspark (and maybe Click2Pay), and by cheque or wire transfer.

I saw that Ecocard post Winbig, but nothing has been announced. It's possible that it was a techie problem again. EcoCard can also be funded via Western Union/Moneygram, providing they are still providing services to US players.

We really need ONE thread with who is in, and who is out..and have Simmo or Bryan modify it as needed.
 

clj7221

Dormant account
Joined
Dec 10, 2003
Location
U.S.A.
Credit Card denied, instadebit denied, neteller denied,echeck denied. I pretty much am just about out of choices to make a deposit
 

Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
Joined
Oct 15, 2004
Location
Toronto, Ontario - Canada

There's a ton of them Winbig, at least last time I looked. It's listed in the banking software (deposit) as Money Transfer. It gives a place to enter your MTCN # once you've sent it.

GRAND PRIVE GROUP
Bella Vegas, Casino Grand Bay, Jupiter Club, Roadhouse Reels, Lake Palace, Jackpot Wheel, Fortune Junction

VEGAS PARTNER
Cinema, Sun Vegas, Arthurian, Maple, Casino US, 777 Dragon, Crazy Vegas

FORTUNE LOUNGE

Havana Club, Royal Vegas, 7 Sultans, Desert Dollar, Vegas Towers, Fortune Room, Vegas Palms

ROXY GROUP

Roxy Palace, Vegas Splendido

GOLDEN STAR NETWORK/GOLDEN RIVIERA GROUP

Golden Riviera, River Nile, Slots Royale, Miami Paradise


Also, one independent....Villento Las Vegas. This list I put together is slightly dated, so there could be more now. Missing before were Trident Lounge and Belle Rock...and the Vegas VIP Lounge Group. They may offer it now, not sure.

Dash also takes it, but again, not an option for US players.
 
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winbig

Keep winning this amount.
Joined
Mar 10, 2005
Location
Pennsylvania
Thanks...I'll have to research and see who also has a poker room too. I know for a fact that Full Tilt & Ultimate Bet doesn't take WU.
 

RobWin

closed account
Joined
Apr 24, 2004
Location
A Vault!
There's a ton of them Winbig, at least last time I looked. It's listed in the banking software (deposit) as Money Transfer. It gives a place to enter your MTCN # once you've sent it.

GRAND PRIVE GROUP
Bella Vegas, Casino Grand Bay, Jupiter Club, Roadhouse Reels, Lake Palace, Jackpot Wheel, Fortune Junction

VEGAS PARTNER
Cinema, Sun Vegas, Arthurian, Maple, Casino US, 777 Dragon, Crazy Vegas

FORTUNE LOUNGE

Havana Club, Royal Vegas, 7 Sultans, Desert Dollar, Vegas Towers, Fortune Room, Vegas Palms

ROXY GROUP

Roxy Palace, Vegas Splendido

GOLDEN STAR NETWORK/GOLDEN RIVIERA GROUP

Golden Riviera, River Nile, Slots Royale, Miami Paradise


Also, one independent....Villento Las Vegas. This list I put together is slightly dated, so there could be more now. Missing before were Trident Lounge and Belle Rock...and the Vegas VIP Lounge Group. They may offer it now, not sure.

Dash also takes it, but again, not an option for US players.


Not accepted any longer, I just posted a new thread.
 

kauphy

Meister Member
Joined
Feb 23, 2007
Location
az
I think the general concensous is to stay away from *any* casino claiming to be able to process credit cards from US players.

1: They're using shady methods to get the charges to go through.
or
2: US sting operation? (Conspiracy theory :D)


Up until a few weeks ago, Netspend All Access Visa cards were still working at casinos. Not sure if they still are or not.

no netspend do not always work and i was told that ecocard is still working
 

vinylweatherman

You type well loads
Joined
Oct 14, 2004
Location
United Kingdom
Withdrawals.

Before depositing, US players should ask about how they would get paid should they win.

Such a big bonus offer is atypical of MiniVegas group, and probably reflects the probability that the player will play out the entire balance "for fun" due to problems withdrawing. Players from the rest of the world, who can withdraw at the drop of a hat, are generally offered 10% to 25% bonuses once in a blue moon, and the group seem to have run a few purges of "fraudulent accounts" that border on "witch hunts".
 

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