Which RTG's pay the fastest without the hassle of "incremental" withdrawals?

mammag

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I normally play at Slots Jungle Casino .... I got lucky on their Slots Jungle game during a "free spin" and hit the max payout for the slot. Well needless to say I wanted to withdrawl that right away ... that was on a Tuesday .... well according to them it takes 4 "business days" to approve a withdrawal, which seems a little bit ridiculous to me. BUT the real kicker is is that when I went into the cashier to cashout the max I could request at one time was between 500 and 3000. So I requested the $3000 and had to keep the other 10000 in my account. Well feeling a little out of sorts about that I went to live chat and they informed me that you can only request between 500 and 3000 for one withdrawal at a time, but he told me to just do them as separate 3000 withdrawals ... Well guess what? The system told me that I had reached the maximum withdrawal limit and would have to wait until the cashout was approved and sent AND on top of that when they approved the withdrawal they only approved 1000 of it and put the rest back into my account. I was livid and when I inquired they said that management has the right to pay in "increments" .... How ridiculous is that? Its also very bad business in my opinion and shady at the same time. By doing it that way they are banking that you are going to play it all back. That is totally wrong in my opinion. They have no problem taking your full deposit so why should there be a limit on what you can cashout should you just happen to get lucky? What does everyone else think about this practice? AND if you have any suggestions of other RTG casinos that payout quicker and dont do this "increment" crap ... please let me know! Thanks for your opinions!
 

Tirilej

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I believe you will get a lot of answers;)

We all hate the fact that they are slowpaying, and only pay a small part every other week. It takes month to get paid.
Don't reverse whatever you do. You will get it and then you can just say bye bye:p

Inetbet is the fastest. Others accredited too, but since you are in the USA most cashout takes longer.
 

mammag

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I believe you will get a lot of answers;)

We all hate the fact that they are slowpaying, and only pay a small part every other week. It takes month to get paid.
Don't reverse whatever you do. You will get it and then you can just say bye bye:p

Inetbet is the fastest. Others accredited too, but since you are in the USA most cashout takes longer.

Thanks for your reply ... I have never played at inet bet ... are they pretty honest and dont just take your money faster than a speeding bullet? LOL
 

Tirilej

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They are really honest, and they are accredited here, so if you ever have a problem you will get help solving it.
They don't have those huge bonuses as Slots Jungle, but still okey bonuses, if you like to use that.
 

deb1956

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I know what u mean!

I am in the middle of the same thing with Slot Madness, I won $7500 and the max cashout at one time is $2500. Well then they half that. I claimed 3 withdrawals (2500 x 3) on Aug 8,12 and have only received $1210 so far. I have $3750 still needing approval and $2460 approved but no tracking info as of yet. It is aggravating that they want ur deposit all at once. But I continue to be patient so I can get it all and hope that the US will pull its head out and go ahead and approve online gaming state side.
 

mammag

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AMEN TO THAT!

The US has no idea what they are missing out on by not legalizing online gaming. Whats the big deal??? You can play if you want and if you don't want to play then don't. It's my money and imo no one should have the right to tell me what I can and cannot do with it!
 

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The US has no idea what they are missing out on by not legalizing online gaming. Whats the big deal??? You can play if you want and if you don't want to play then don't. It's my money and imo no one should have the right to tell me what I can and cannot do with it!

that's just the problem it isn't your /our money by a long shot just like the mob they tell you were you can spend it :mad:

try buying a Cuban cigar , or buying some home made shine :D were like a third world country with a flight of assets rule in effect
 

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They have no problem taking your full deposit so why should there be a limit on what you can cashout should you just happen to get lucky? What does everyone else think about this practice?
With all due respect, you should have read the T&Cs before you started playing at Slots Jungle, because their cash-out policy is clearly stated on their website.

I know it's a total pain in the ass to read all the damn T&Cs - but if you don't you only have yourself to blame when you find something you don't like after the event.

Even I did the same thing myself a couple of weeks back - I deposited €100 via Skrill (Moneybookers) at a NetEnt casino I hadn't played before, took the welcome bonus, won €100 and went to cash out to Skrill. It was only then that I noticed they insist the first cash-out MUST be by bank wire and they also wanted a copy of my bank statement (which is something I don't think I've EVER been asked for anywhere else). On top of that, they pay in € to my £UK bank account - so exchange fees will apply. :mad:
Extremely annoying - but my fault for not reading ALL the T&Cs before I started - I assumed instead, which is always dangerous.

So anyway, in future please always check the T&Cs for anything you don't like at ANY casino - even some accredited ones have "unfriendly" cash-out rules.

KK
 

vinylweatherman

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With all due respect, you should have read the T&Cs before you started playing at Slots Jungle, because their cash-out policy is clearly stated on their website.

I know it's a total pain in the ass to read all the damn T&Cs - but if you don't you only have yourself to blame when you find something you don't like after the event.

Even I did the same thing myself a couple of weeks back - I deposited €100 via Skrill (Moneybookers) at a NetEnt casino I hadn't played before, took the welcome bonus, won €100 and went to cash out to Skrill. It was only then that I noticed they insist the first cash-out MUST be by bank wire and they also wanted a copy of my bank statement (which is something I don't think I've EVER been asked for anywhere else). On top of that, they pay in € to my £UK bank account - so exchange fees will apply. :mad:
Extremely annoying - but my fault for not reading ALL the T&Cs before I started - I assumed instead, which is always dangerous.

So anyway, in future please always check the T&Cs for anything you don't like at ANY casino - even some accredited ones have "unfriendly" cash-out rules.

KK

This case seems different, it is management arbitrarily changing the terms at whim. The player was told he could cash out $3000, and this was in the terms, but then management arbitrarily cut this to $1000. Other players here have also suffered arbitrary limits being imposed in what seems a clear tactic to jerk them around and keep them playing their balance. One fights this kind of BS by refusing to play again till everything is paid, no matter how long it takes.

Club World will process $3000, and that is what you get, and you know that each week you can request the next $3000.

Ausvegas also paid the first cashout to me by cheque, but they did at least have the decency to raise it in UK pounds for me, even though play was in US Dollars. This was also in their terms, and formed part of their validation procedure.
 

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i know it is hard to wait(believe me i know)but hopefully you will get your money soon.I havent had a quick withdraw since before usa was not accepted at MG casinos.
 

mammag

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Oh trust me I know ...

When Microgaming was allowing US players, I played with them on a regular basis ... I used to play with the Fortune Lounge Group as well as with River Belle. What was great about them was if you won $5000 and requested it, it was always approved and wired within 72 hours. I never had to wait more than 3 days for approval to receiving.... AND I always got the entire amount all at once ... Those were the days! I honestly can't believe that with the RTG casinos that it takes them 4 days to approve a withdrawal, when they have all of your documents and you have cashed out with them before. That makes no sense. At present, I am having a serious issue with a RTG casino and am thinking about getting Casino Meister involved as my last resort, should I not be able to resolve it pretty soon.
 

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I got a check from grande vegas for $2200...and if you request it you can have ur acct. locked until withdrawal is complete.that will protect you from reversal bug..took about a week for money in hand ..ty GV!
 

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slots jungle i play there 1 time at more than 1 year ago

i received a $20 no deposite bonus, ok i won, i made the 1st deposite to check
i lost the deposite
after that i requested the withdrawal of the bonus ($100) , i have been waiting 48hours, after that they ask me for my docs, i sent the usual docs

waited other 48 hours for a response from them, they told the docs was not aproved because i sent 1 proof of adress and they required 2 (all the casinos ususal ask me for 1 proof of adress, they was the only one that required 2)

waited another 48 hours and finally i cashed out to my neteller account

total of hours to cash out = 144 (6 days)
after that i didn´t play there anymore (and i will not too)

try sloto, cwc, jc., inet, etc.... (acredited) and they pay faster than slots jungle for sure
 
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