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    Withdawal concerns for USA players

    I have been a patron of iNetBet for many years and never had issues with withdrawals. Yes, it is difficult for the USA player, but in the last few months, it's almost impossible.

    There is no longer paymycard option, which you could withdraw up to $500 with no fees. They now have in place the option of Upaycard with a maximum amount of $150 to withdraw and you have to pay $9.95 to get the card that could take weeks. If you request a check, the bank holds it for days. I will never request a check again as I was put through the ringer of questions as to where and why the check was issued. It was embarrassing and humiliating and took over an hour to satisfy the bank to allow the deposit.

    Until iNetBet comes up with a better and more efficient solution for withdrawals for the USA player, I will no longer be depositing.

    Other Casino's offer efficient and less hassle free options.

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    Dang. Not good. At least you still have Winaday.

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    I was interested in what a bank can, and cannot do. So I went to the Federal Reserve website and did a bit of reading. Each state, and bank has its own regulations, but has to follow federal rules. The questioning bothered me but I found the source and reasoning for it, and you cant fault the employee for it.

    Federal law requires banks to complete forms for large and/or suspicious transactions as a way to flag possible money laundering. These forms go to the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Treasury's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network ("FinCEN"). Federal law defines a "large" transaction as a transaction or series of transactions totaling more than $10,000. A suspicious transaction is one where the institution has reason to believe that, or is unsure whether, there is suspicious or illegal activity going on. A bank faces large money penalties and its employees may be imprisoned for not complying with the federal law. The bank has to have on file the methods of identifying their version of "suspicious" (c.i.p)just incase they are audited for a transaction by the Feds. Thus, the reason one bank may cash your check without question and another may not. It seems ridiculous that you may have to shop for a bank that does not consider your type of check "suspicious" but it may be the requirement if you(or anyone) wants to continue using the check method. We know we are not criminals..but it sucks to feel like one because of this scrutiny.

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    unfortunately the banks in NE question a lot.

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    Don't feel alone kotsy...I had to deal with my small town bank about a check a few months ago. It sucked to say the least!
    "One advantage of talking to yourself is that you know at least somebody's listening"

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    Oh Gosh. Now I am scared to bet. I will be able to play some now not sure. Which one is the best and how to place bet as it has been awhile for me. Last I played was Royal and they were good.

    Vickie

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    research the withdrawal methods. some still pay to paypal without any fees. most charge ridiculous amounts and you have to pay to get a card to withdraw. Withdrawal limits and fees are most important to me. also watch for time frames. most will say instant, but if you are in the USA instant can mean weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kotsy1 View Post
    research the withdrawal methods. some still pay to paypal without any fees. most charge ridiculous amounts and you have to pay to get a card to withdraw. Withdrawal limits and fees are most important to me. also watch for time frames. most will say instant, but if you are in the USA instant can mean weeks.

    Yep, I been waiting almost a month now for payout. I want go into details of ecuses but all need to read.

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    Electronic Transfer Works for Me

    Hey all,
    I don't know if you remember me but I'm Jimebear...and even though I'm not around much because of my increasing care giving responsibilities, I happened to see these posts and had to put in my 2 cents worth.

    While I've not been interacting, I do still play the GG sponsored casinos to unwind a little and I never request a check or use any cards for withdrawing. I only use electronic fund transfer.. (Wire Transfers).

    Winaday and Slotland are the fastest. Slotland does the transfer on Tuesday morning and it is in my bank by the SAME DAY in the afternoon.
    Windaday does it on Wednesday and on the same day, it's in my account. I am charged $16 flat fee for wire transfer and that's it.

    Inet Bet charges for wire transfers but if you are verified and kept your documents updated, it usually only takes a few days (longer than Winaday and Slotland), but still not an issue when a wire transfer is done.

    Sloto Cash the same as Inet Bet but you get the point.

    I have both a credit union and a "regular" bank so I only use bank for wire transfers because they have a SWIFT code which you need for wire transfers. Credit unions do not, so wire transfers aren't an option if you have a credit union.

    Hope this helps...I live in North Carolina and for ME, wire transfer has always been my preferred method.

    Miss you guys!

    Jimbear

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