Is it worth it?

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        I been reading about people having a hard time getting their money, from casino or quicktender etc. My question is I'm not a big gambler meaning i deposit $25 to $100 every two weeks. Never cashout yet, so i haven't done all the thing you need to do when u cashout. i was thinking when i deposit i have to pay a small fee with my debit card. Now from what i read when i cashout i would have to use places like quicktender or ewallet and pay $30-$50 for their svcs. If i do cashout it would be a small amount like few hundred. So it wouldn't be worth spending time and money do all of that for hundred bucks. 

        Do alot of members cashout small amounts? If so how do u go about it.
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        Hi kynettie,

        If I'm strapped for cash, I will withdraw small amounts.  The lowest amount so far is 59 euros which is about $80.  Fortunately, I don't have to pay charges like you do - which I totally do not agree with.  I think it's outrageous that you have to pay fees to get your hands on your winnings.

        I think the way to look at it is if you had 10 small wins and withdrew $100 a time and had to pay say $25 each time you withdrew it, you would have $750 in your account.  Definitely worth it.

        An old English saying comes to mind "look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves"

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        Hi Kynettie,

        There is no charge to withdraw from a casino to quicktender.  You can hold money in your quicktender account without any fees.  Then you can deposit from quicktender to a casino without any fees and withdraw again to quicktender with no fees.  When you have it built up to a good sum you can withdraw to your bank account for a flat $30 fee.  Your bank may charge a small fee.  Mine charges $15. 

        Hope this helps.

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        Good info there medtrans.  Thanks for that.

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        Thanks for the infor.
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          I never thought they could be added up, I went thru them so fast and never gave anything a chance to accumulate. I always assumed each withdrawal had to be withdrawn from QT separately, and aimed for making only large enough single withdrawals from any casino so I wouldn't feel the $30 fee. I'll look into it to see what the h___ I was thinking  Thanks for bringing this to my attention.
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        helwin,

        You have $100 in your QT account.  You deposit $30 from QT to a casino which leaves you $70.  You withdraw $200 from that casino to your QT account.  You now have $270 in your QT account.  etc.  etc.  You build it up to $5,000 and then withdraw to your bank account.    (Or whatever amount before that you want to withdraw.)

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