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7 January 2011 - 9:57pm

Slow Payouts By Online Casinos

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I am hearing an overwhelming number of players complaining as of late with slow payouts and casinos using delay tactics more than ever. I do know that most of these complaints are from US players where they are allowed to play. I think with EWX being axed that it has hurt the casinos tremendously.

Being limited to play at certain casinos i am wondering if slow payments are happening as well from non US gaming sites or more prevalent where US players can play.

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8 January 2011 - 11:55pm
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Sad to say, I think it is U.S. players who have the lion's share of the problems. I know for myself I don't have to wait more than 48 hours for a Neteller withdrawal from most of the places I play at.

Due to the difficulties in processing transactions to and from U.S. players, the casinos are forced to send smaller amounts instead of one-off payments and the transaction costs are higher. However this doesn't excuse slow payment in my opinion. Its one thing to break up the payments, its another thing entirely to make people wait 2 weeks or more before they even send the first instalment.

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11 January 2011 - 1:01am
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I live in England and never have any problems with slow withdrawsl. If a casino takes longer than a couple of days i go play elsewhere.

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11 January 2011 - 1:56am
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I figured the US players were having most of these problems. There are still some good casinos out there that will play quickly. I think US players just need to do their homework and this is a good place to start.

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14 January 2011 - 6:06pm
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But the homework is sometimes very extensive, so to say. Smile Hope these new legislation developments will also help relax the processor market in the States...

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14 January 2011 - 9:57pm
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Well the good news the state of New Jersey just passed online gambling. I think the rest of the states will tumble right in place like dominoes. But the American gamblers are getting a bit antsy at this point. Ya get a bit weary saying "it will happen, its a matter of time".........sigh

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14 January 2011 - 10:25pm
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Move to New Jersey?

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