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I thought online casinos will only require these important documents when cashing out. What's your take, CL friends?
Just saying, :\ it's a pain on my hiney.. !!
It seems to be the trend Ubetcha. I think it is to prevent the chargebacks on credit cards and such 🤷
3dice as far as I know does not require a faxback
I haven't run into that anywhere yet. Where did that happen to you, Ubetcha?
Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of the things, and no good thing ever dies.
The Club World group. I think because my debit card as well as my VISA gift card were declined. I have not really sent them any Faxback Form except the Manhattan Slot a while back but it has a time limit when I sent those documents.
Oh, okay. Whew. My forms are cleared at Club World and Lucky Red. But even after clearing at Lucky Red, Club World made me resend my copy of my card, even though I used the EXACT same card at Lucky Red. It was quite the fiasco, and I ended up waiting a lot longer for my money than I thought I would. There is a thread here about it. Glad that is over and done with.
That is also one reason I am afraid to venture out more. Once approved somewhere, and I KNOW if and when I win there will be a FAST payout, it does NOT make me feel like going elsewhere and starting all over again.
I never did well at Manhattan Slots. They also don't have great offers/promotions compared to most.
I think the new trend is to try and make sure the funds are secure and not coming from somewhere that they can claim fraud and have it charged back. These steps help ensure that.
I think one time Ed said that a lot of times the casinos don't get paid right away from card companies or their software provider (maybe both?). This would help explain why they want this information. Fund security. 🙂
That is exactly right slim. It is a security measure. And you know what, I know it can be a bit of a hassle (especially if you are in the mood for some instant gambling) but at least you know up front that you are approved for payment when you withdraw later on. So there are no excuses if you hit a big win.
It is true that the casinos using "creative" payment processors that still service Americans often have to wait a few months before they actually receive the deposits from the processor. So often times they can be paying winnings to players who withdraw even though they have not even received their deposits yet.
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