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hotsauce615 08-20-2005 12:20 AM

Casino.net warning (read)
 
I cashed out 140$ after clearing my bonus, and it was declined by neteller so I sent an email to casino and they said it was on Neteller's side. I email neteller and they said that it was timed out by the merchant in their records. So I email casino back and they said that it's my banks fault. I email back saying thats impossible because this has nothing to do with my bank and they keep sending the exact same response and closing my ticket. [img]/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]

I emailed neteller again and they said that they cant do anything because they've never had the money. So I ask where is it? Just a warning to people doing business. I'll keep you updated.

just2pimp 08-20-2005 12:41 AM

Re: Casino.net warning (read)
 
(read)...as opposed to what...(taste?)

whittiphil 08-20-2005 01:05 AM

Re: Casino.net warning (read)
 
Thanks for this... I guess they're on to all the 2+2ers... luckily I got in and out on 3 sites pretty quick... although when I went for my fourth they wouldn't let me

08-20-2005 06:11 AM

Re: Casino.net warning (read)
 
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got in and out on 3 sites pretty quick... although when I went for my fourth they wouldn't let me

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How exactly did they not let you and how did they explain it? (Also which sites were you able to clear?)

08-20-2005 07:13 AM

Re: Casino.net warning (read)
 
The same thing happened to me. Trying to contact Neteller and Casino.net right now, and I trust Neteller more than Casino.net.
I'm pleased I withdrew my initial $100 first, so that at least I haven't lost money on this.

08-20-2005 08:43 AM

Re: Casino.net warning (read)
 
Replying to my self.
I got a mail from Casino.net, saying that they should have someone looking into it on monday. Nice.
That means that I have to get money to put into the Empire reload from my normal bank account, costing me 3.9% fee.(Yes, I know we are talking about pocket lint here, but anyway)

NateDog 08-20-2005 10:51 AM

Re: Casino.net warning (read)
 
I had the same problem, as far as the decline. But dude, isn't the empire reload 100% up to $100. You don't have a hundred in your neteller?

08-20-2005 12:35 PM

Re: Casino.net warning (read)
 
Do you guys think it would be easier to withdraw alittle later? perhaps in a month or so so i DONT loose the money i put in?

celiboy 08-20-2005 12:54 PM

Re: Casino.net warning (read)
 
I submitted a cashout request and we'll see how it goes. There is very little action on the site except for the micros and low limit sit and go's so this site can't be brining in much revenue. Are these guys owned by Casino On Net? If so I don't think we have anything to worry about as they make money hand over fist.

08-20-2005 12:56 PM

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I had the same problem, as far as the decline. But dude, isn't the empire reload 100% up to $100. You don't have a hundred in your neteller?

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No, in fact. [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] I'm new to this, have just cleared Paradise's Granny bonus, Casino.net and after depositing into Empire, I don't have a spare $100 lying around. But I will soon, I hope.


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