Anyone experienced with Casino offers?

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  1. 3granolas

    3granolas New Member

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    I have done several Casino and Bingo offers, but have some questions for someone who knows more about this than me...

    - Some of the casinos have offers like "Deposit $50 and wager $25". If I deposit $50 and wager $25, can I then just withdraw that other $25?

    Do some of them have rules that you have to wager a certain amount above your deposit to withdraw money?

    - If I deposit money into my neteller account via a credit card, can I withdraw that money later?

    TIA :)
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    Sacha onward and upward...

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    Most casinos/bingo parlors have a $50 minimum to withdraw. When it says deposit $50/ wager $25 to get around that I deposit $75. LOL Or $76 if you want to be extra safe. Then when I have bet the required amount I cash out. I don't know about using neteller with CC. I have only used instant cash.

    Oooh, try ladies bingo. I have had SUCH good luck there. I deposited $25 and then cashed out $63. I had bbs still so kept playing. As soon as my other cashout clears I need to cashout again. $77. I have BBs left still. ;) Gonna play with those till they are gone. I have about $44 bbs left.
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    Thank you so much for responding! I just realized you are the same person who replied to my post in the DBP forum about Ladies Bingo! (I'm daegirl over there). I liked that site too :)

    Okay, so can I ask you another question....

    I started doing the Casino offers thinking I was just out the deposit money I would put in. For example, when I did Casino Tropez, I deposited $100 to make $160 at DBP. I thought I would just be ahead the $60 I made from doing that.

    But you are saying that if I have met the bidding requirements and still have $100 (or whatever) still in there, I can withdraw that, right??

    I have $94 in there now. So, I can withdraw that $94 and be ahead the $60 from doing the offer AND the $97 I still have in there (assuming it is CASH in there and not BONUS money)?

    I guess I didn't realize I could withdraw all or part of my initial deposit. I thought I had to wager it all.

    Am I understanding this correctly?

    Thank you!!
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    Sacha onward and upward...

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    Yep, that is what I am saying. :) LOL I have actually come out ahead on the casino offers.
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    Aaaahhh, so that's another reason why everyone loves those casino offers... ;partyhat:
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    Sacha onward and upward...

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    LOL Yeah, I am bummed. I have done most of the families. WAAAAAAAAAAA heehee...
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    One more question if you don't mind....

    Do you make your withdraws from the casino before you have actually been paid for the offer?

    I know you are not supposed to withdraw before you get credit for doing it, but I'm a little scared to withdraw the money until I've been paid by DBP.
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    I withdraw before I get paid. I prolly should wait. ;)
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    Have you done any casino offers at Instant Profitz? I was wanting to do one of the Family/Group F offers and DBP doesn't have any of them.

    Just wondering if other sites will credit me as well on the casinos.

    IPZ is the only other site I REALLY work and they make it look so hard to get credit.
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    If you go to the DBP forums, there is a forum for offer requests. Maybe you can post there and see if she can get any of them up on DBP, if you're more comfortable doing them there.
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    Waaaah!!! I can't sign up for Neteller - it's not available in my state! Is there any other safe payment method to do the bingo offers with?
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    A lot of other people I've talked to use their bank accounts. You don't have to pay fees on your deposit that way.

    Neteller is supposed to be just as safe as Paypal, so I guess it would be okay to do it this way, I just haven't yet.

    Also, I tried several credit cards before I actually got one to approve. Did you know that many credit card companies will not allow you to charge deposits for online casinos? I guess their worried you're going to get hooked and end up filing bankruptcy on all your cc debt with them. ;)
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    From what I understand, this is because financial/gambling laws in the US give the online casinos no legal recourse in collecting gambling debt. So, in theory, you could rack up thousands of dollars in losses, and then call your card company to refuse the charges, and it would be legal. And while the credit card companies wouldn't lose any money on this (because they would just reverse the charges from the casino's account with them), I would imagine that they wouldn't want to be part of something like that.

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