withdrawal delays at all usa rtg casinos?

JAMES50

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From what I am reading on the meister All the casino's (rtg) are haveing a problem with there processing of withdrawals...(usa).with no explanations...What is up with that!
 

Mousey

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From what I am reading on the meister All the casino's (rtg) are haveing a problem with there processing of withdrawals...(usa).with no explanations...What is up with that!

The explanations I have seen all have 'processor issues' in there somewhere.

My opinion only: a major processor, or group of processors have either (1) gotten cold feet and suddenly pulled out, (2) absconded with funds, (3) had accounts/monies seized by the feds, or, (4) hads funds frozen/seized by whatever bank they were using.

For USA players, and for the casinos, the path of moving money to and from casinos is fraught with quicksand.
 

JAMES50

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I agree something is up,,,And if it is so..That would be Alot more $$ than when qt got nabbed...BUT we are stiill able to deposit and they will take the money..I have 4 promos in my email from cw and jc,,,
 

Mousey

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And this really sucks..I needed my w/e gamble fix..But can't deposit,not knowing!!!!

It sucks... it has sucked for years for us -- ever since NETeller was seized. Casinos continue to process whatever deposits will work, because they are confident they will get it straightened out and find a new way of processing. Happens more often than we think/know about.

I haven't played in a couple of years or more. Not worth the hassle.
 

ksech

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I agree with Mousey, it's definitely not worth the hassle. I gave up a little over a year ago. The way I see it, the casinos don't care about finding ways to pay the player as much as finding ways to get the player to deposit. As long as they have money going IN why should they care if they can get it back OUT to the player? I know that is a bad/pessimistic attitude to have, but in the last year, look at all the problems that US players have had collecting winnings. Closure of Ewalletxpress and QT, payments taking longer and longer to reach players, ACH, wire transfers taking even longer. Casinos making more claims of "processor problems", using reverse withdrawals back to accounts because of bogus claims of "need new ID forms", etc.

It just seems it isn't worth the hassle. I guess I don't understand why the thrill is still there when the headache is so great.
 

sandykauf

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I think a lot of the u.s. casinos are seeing a major dropoff in deposits due to many
Players feeling the same way. That's why most casinos will eventually dry up because the u.s. situation isn't getting better but worse. Vegas technology saw the situation and future, who's next?

The casinos will have to make more attempts to not pay winners or delay payments because otherwise they will go bankrupt. Their already underfunded, unregulated and have hard time finding business partners or processors to work with them. My final thought is that they are already violating us law, so can you really trust their ethics? They still accept the business and risk
motivated by greed.
 

Diane

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I heard from the CW rep Tom on Thursday and he said rest assured I will be paid..... :rolleyes:

When TOM says that I believe it. He has been most responsive and helpful on issues in past.

I think the support staff *tries* but they just don't instill confidence when you keep getting the same generic answer over and over again.

Diane
 

daveboz

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From what I am reading on the meister All the casino's (rtg) are haveing a problem with there processing of withdrawals...(usa).with no explanations...What is up with that!


Just charge it back. I am seriously considering it now going back two to three months. RTG is a scam.
 

ksech

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Just charge it back. I am seriously considering it now going back two to three months. RTG is a scam.

And you consider this good advice how? Even though frustrations are running at an all time high for US players on pending withdrawal times, advising to do chargebacks results in serious consequences. Many newbies will read this and will not understand what this will entail, and what the results will be in the long run.

Long standing members here know what your stand here on RTG casinos are, but any newbie reading these threads for the first time will see this and won't know that this is a BAD thing to do! Shame on you!:mad:
 

footdr

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Told I would see the funds Monday or Tuesday

I will post if I receive any funds as I have withdrawals already processed, so they say, at 3 different RTG groups
 

nygirl30

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I have two withdrawals from the CW group, one was sent on the 19th, and one on the 26th will post once i hear or see something... :rolleyes:
 

Novemberlady1

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Texas
withdrawals

I have had several withdrawals to the US in the last month from Club world and Cherry Gold with no delays or problems. All of Clubworld were checks and Cherry Gold was a wire transfer.
 
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