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Usually casinos use a third party payment processing company to send wire transfers. So they can spend time going back and forth trying to establish what has happened with the money as it is not them sending it directly.
I would say cancel and use bitcoin instead but I assume they won't refund the money until they resolve the issue with the payment processor.
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Every time I got a payout from Bovada it was an overnighted check. This was before they started doing Bitcoin, though. I'd recommend as Ed said and do the Bitcoin. They're reputable and that's the fastest way to go about it.
+1 on the bitcoin withdrawals. Never had an issue with those, but traditional options at Bovada were pretty sketchy.
I agree, I joined Bovada years ago and I thought they were shady for a while, I only starting using bitcoin last year and got my withdrawal with no issue whatsoever
Just as another data point, I've never had issues with Bovada wire transfers. Money arrives in my bank account in about a week after requesting withdrawal. It's possible the issue lies with your bank or an intermediate bank.