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Do you know of any US casinos that have sending a check as a method of withdrawal? Is there such a thing? If you don't know, how could I find out easily and quickly? I don't even want to deposit money anymore, because when I win that big one, I want to know I have a way to receive my money. So, if you know of any who pay with check (or even Western Union, which I doubt) can you please post the name of the casino(s) here?
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Hope, most of the casinos that I have played at offer a paper check option for players, although there is usually an absurd fee associated with them.
I can remember paying north of $30 for a check to mailed to me on more than one occasion. My sports book offers one free per month, but after that they are like $50.
Some casinos that I found that offer checks:
- Lucky Red
- High Noon
- Win A Day
I am sure there are more of them there too. Be prepared to pay for the check though!
Thank you so much, B'Slim! I certainly wish there were MORE options for us US players that do not involve places like mypaylinQ. I did not realize that Lucky Red offers a check. That is nice. If I win a big one, I guess I don't mind paying for the service, since it was money I did not have before anyway, lol.
Do any casinos use Western Union? If not, why don't more casinos use this even if they have to charge the player?
Bovada / Bodog send Western Union payments. I know this because I received an email the other day from a poker player who lost $2000 because the Western Union payment expired before he cashed it (they are valid for 30 days) and Bodog doesn't want to send him another one! So yeah - if you do ever get a WU payment, cash it ASAP.
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WTHeck? I had no idea that WU payments expired, but you can bet if I had $2,000 coming to me, I would be there the next morning, lol! Good to know, though! If it is rightfully the players money, though, wouldn't they offer to resend to keep their good name, even if the player had to pay a fee or something? What a way to lose.
Bodog said this was the 2nd time the player had let a WU payment expire. The first time Bodog reimbursed him at their expense and told him not to let it happen again. They claim that WU payments expire after 30 days and they do not get the money back (that seems odd to me).
I am with you though - if I had a payment for $2000 sitting on my desk I would be cashing it at the earliest opportunity.
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