Slow Pay Who do I contact about JackpotCity taking too long to process a withdrawal?

paulyt

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I tried Andrew but he told me he doesn't deal with existing player issues. I need to be able to contact someone who can sort this out ASAP. I keep getting told different excuses from different reps about the delay.
 

petro

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I tried Andrew but he told me he doesn't deal with existing player issues. I need to be able to contact someone who can sort this out ASAP. I keep getting told different excuses from different reps about the delay.
An accredited casino's rep should be able to handle these issues. If not, why are they a rep? :what:
 

Casinomeister

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I tried Andrew but he told me he doesn't deal with existing player issues. I need to be able to contact someone who can sort this out ASAP. I keep getting told different excuses from different reps about the delay.

That's odd. I'll find out what's going on here.
 

vinylweatherman

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United Kingdom
The old "10 day pending trick" I suspect.

It happened to me, and they will lie their way out of it.

You seem to have all the symptoms;)

I keep getting told different excuses from different reps about the delay.

I tried Andrew but he told me he doesn't deal with existing player issues


Diagnostic test:-

Check your account "Cashcheck" history to see if withdrawal is still shown as "pending" long after it would normally have moved to "in progress".

On day 11 (that's working days), it will move to "in progress" of it's own accord whether or not you have gotten anywhere with CS or Andrew, and should be paid by day 12 (Instantly showing if eWallet, might take a couple more days if bank account or card.


If you win again, your bonus offers will vanish.

It appears to be something that happens to players who win and end up ahead overall, ones the casino feels are "unprofitable" over the long term.


Voting with one's wallet is the best option, unless you are prepared to tough it out for 10 days each time you withdraw.

They pulled out of the UK, so no longer a concern for me.
 

paulyt

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Sep 26, 2009
Location
Sydney
The old "10 day pending trick" I suspect.

It happened to me, and they will lie their way out of it.

You seem to have all the symptoms;)






Diagnostic test:-

Check your account "Cashcheck" history to see if withdrawal is still shown as "pending" long after it would normally have moved to "in progress".

On day 11 (that's working days), it will move to "in progress" of it's own accord whether or not you have gotten anywhere with CS or Andrew, and should be paid by day 12 (Instantly showing if eWallet, might take a couple more days if bank account or card.


If you win again, your bonus offers will vanish.

It appears to be something that happens to players who win and end up ahead overall, ones the casino feels are "unprofitable" over the long term.


Voting with one's wallet is the best option, unless you are prepared to tough it out for 10 days each time you withdraw.

They pulled out of the UK, so no longer a concern for me.
The issue is apparently the utility bill. I explained to 3 different reps that the utilities are in my landlords name so I sent 3 other government issued docs with my address on them . I was told my documents were approved and I would be in the queue to be Friday. Twice on Friday told I was in the queue to be paid today then on Friday night told the date on my utility bill was blurry. I resent again then today I was told the whole bill (with my name visible) wasn't in the photo.

Funny thing is I was given the utility bill date being blurry excuse before I even sent it the first time...

Also, I'm not told any of these things about the bill unless I go in to live chat...

That's odd. I'll find out what's going on here.

Any luck?
 

paulyt

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Still going around in circles. I've now sent the utility bill 6 times and explained to 5 different reps that the utilities are in my landlords name and that's why I sent 3 other government issued documents with address on them. I just keep,being to.d "your utility had been rejected please resend and make sure it's less than 3 months old" They also don't seem to understand that I was told last Thursday all my documents were approved and I'd be paid the next day. They also can't keep their story straight when attempting to bullshit their way through for the reason for the delay. If they can't afford to pay why not just say so? I'm sure we can come to some arrangement.
 

vinylweatherman

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Location
United Kingdom
Still going around in circles. I've now sent the utility bill 6 times and explained to 5 different reps that the utilities are in my landlords name and that's why I sent 3 other government issued documents with address on them. I just keep,being to.d "your utility had been rejected please resend and make sure it's less than 3 months old" They also don't seem to understand that I was told last Thursday all my documents were approved and I'd be paid the next day. They also can't keep their story straight when attempting to bullshit their way through for the reason for the delay. If they can't afford to pay why not just say so? I'm sure we can come to some arrangement.

It's the bullshitting excuses that give the game away, especially when they are able to see that the date is "blurry" even before you have sent it!! They are simply sending out meaningless template excuses that are common reasons for rejecting a bill, but this is hiding the real reason for the problem. They could simply be buying time so that it appears the delay is down to you needing to send in better quality documents, which gets them off the hook for deliberately stalling your payment so that they can carry out an investigation into some aspect of your account or your play.
 

paulyt

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Sep 26, 2009
Location
Sydney
This has been sorted, not sure if it was due to the letter of demand a lawyer gave me to give me them or just a coincidence. Either way, I'm glad it's all over.
 
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