WHERE CAN I FIND SOME ACTION

I Never Win

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If any USA player from the midwest knows where I can use a VISA GIFT CARD a.k.a the ICE card please let me know. Bodog is the only one who will accept it and isn't rogued. But I want something else Bodog is a biscuit gone stale for me.

And since our blowhard politicians have created a wild west of online gambling for those of us who think spending OUR $$$$ on substance free entertainment is OUR right. I won't even go into the Bush regime here because it makes me sick and I just put on new underwear.
 
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KasinoKing

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I'm not very familiar with USA payment companies, but are Intertops or Rivals any good for you?
They say they take Visa - but I don't know if that includes gift cards...?

KK
 

anniemac

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Since I am not familiar with what you mean by "in your pants" reply, I will assume that you really want to know the answer to your question. I don't know what an ICE gift card is but the Rival group of casinos take most all prepaid cards. That is, if the gift card can be used for gambling. I use a prepaid Netspend Visa or a Wired Plastic card and they work at almost all casinos except at this moment Club World and it's their problem not the card.

Hope this answers your question.
 

GaryWatson

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Ensure you can still use your pre-paid card as a withdrawal method. It doesnt make a big difference to me because I alternate between pre-paid cards and neteller but I would be a bit pissed off if I had to wait for a few weeks on a cheque
 

lojo

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Ensure you can still use your pre-paid card as a withdrawal method. It doesnt make a big difference to me because I alternate between pre-paid cards and neteller but I would be a bit pissed off if I had to wait for a few weeks on a cheque

It's rare and nearly impossible to withdraw to a prepaid card in the US (though it can be done and probably should NOT be discussed in an open forum)
 

anniemac

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Actually withdrawal to a prepaid card is possible, but since you don't want it discussed on open forum, I won't. Anyone wants to know can PM me.
 

farookh

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main street USA
RE

It all depends on what processors the casinos use. If they send the deposit as a gaming transaction, most prepaid cards, outside of those mentioned here will decline it. At least they are supposed to, per the UIGEA. If they use processors that label the purchase as something other than gaming, it most likely will go through. Without naming names, I would try several Micro casinos.
 

RobWin

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It all depends on what processors the casinos use. If they send the deposit as a gaming transaction, most prepaid cards, outside of those mentioned here will decline it. At least they are supposed to, per the UIGEA. If they use processors that label the purchase as something other than gaming, it most likely will go through. Without naming names, I would try several Micro casinos.

You should cloak some of that info while you can still edit...this is an open forum...:cool:
 

I Never Win

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Chicago
Thanks

I appreciate the feedback. And yes, 80% of my withdrawls have arrived by cheque. In fact my first payout from BoDog in the spring of 07' to an astounding 9 weeks to arrive and once it did it BOUNCED! They made good on the cheque but I spent dozens of hours faxing documents, pleading with the payouts dept etc...

One site I rarely hear about anymore is sportsbook.com. Anyone have some accurate feedback for me on that one. And what about Rushmore?
 
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