Why Do Most Casinos take so darn long to pay?

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        Microgaming always paid me within 48 hours when USA was still accepted... I had the money in my account within 48 hours.  RTG takes 10 days or more from approval to actually receiving your money.  I just dont understand why it takes them so long to approve a withdrawal if you have withdrawn before and they have all of your documentation.  They can take a deposit within seconds, but can't payout in the same manner?  You would think their processors could be set up to process withdrawals in the same manner as they process deposits.  What do you think?
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        I couldn't agree with you more especially if the deposit can be instant then why not the withdrawal? We can't really blame the casino for these delays because it really is up to the processor or can we? I know the casinos have been hit hard with losing processors and it puts a major dent in depositing options. I think we have lost some pretty awesome online casinos that once had good reputations due to processor issues.

        It would be nice to get a reasonable explanation for this so we can have a better understanding.
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        I'm inclined to agree too.  If casinos like Jackpotparty can pay within minutes, I don;t understand why all casinos can't do the same.  I understand the problems with all the processors for US players but if Jackpot Capital can do it within 24/48 hours why can't the other RTG casinos?

        I believe some of it is delaying tactics - every withdrawal that is processed and not passed onto the player, is sitting in an account earning interest and if millions are being processed each month, that's a hell of a lot of interest earned!

        I'm guessing that once (and if) gambling is legalized in US, there will be a lot of casinos perfecting their payout times.  Hopefully a new e-wallet will be available that will give you fast payouts.  They have to get their act together and those that do, will be the top casinos in the US.

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        they ABSOLUTELY COULD.....they just dont.....microgaming for me was ALWAYS the very next day...once the US legalizes then these clowns will have to go find another circus to work at

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