I have been doing the daily free roll tournament here for the last month or so, everyday and i win a few times.
however, i won one yesterday and managed to meet the wager with the $5 i won, and went to support and they then said minimum withdraw is $100 dollars, i had a balance of $63 at that point too so basically i couldn't withdraw $63 u can only withdraw when u have a balance over $100 dollars i found this totally outrageous, so this casino is now one i will def never ever deposit in.
So yet again another casino with outrageous rules and players should be very careful when depositing small amounts in this casino, because if u deposit $20 dollars u would need to win at least 100 dollars on your deposit before u can withdraw so basically that means it is a wager so it is totally outrageous.
Liberty Slots Unfair Rules
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- at April 20, 2012, 07:20:44
- last active 30 days ago
- I forgot to also say this,
Isn't this a hidden wager and a form of theft, if a player only deposits $20 and doesn't take any bonus, so that should mean no wager, and they should also be able to re withdraw that $20, and not be forced to play until they win over $100 dollars, this casino is totally a fraud in my honest opinion min withdraws this high just makes me totally angry and makes me feel sorry for all the players that play in these casinos
please please be careful when playing in casinos with SET MIN withdraw limit rules
- mspaqman wrote:
Yeah all of them do this. Whenever you get free anything there is usual a small maximum amt on the cashout...about 50 or 100. Its common for online casinos.
only a few do mspaqman,
i play and am registered at 95% of all online casinos and bingo sites, and the majority do not have these min withdraw rules soo high,
min withdraw of $20 or $30 is usually the average, and ALL casinos should have it at around this amount.
is anyone not bothered, don't people care about casinos taking advantage of customers by basically not letting us withdraw if we deposit and don't win enough above the min withdraw, that just says DON'T DEPOSIT IN THAT CASINO, it is our money, they have no right setting such a high min withdraw limit, we should be able to deposit $20 and withdraw that $20 without any problems...
omg, venting grrrrrr sorry all, but some online casinos are just sooo totally out of order i find it crazy that people don't take a stand and start showing these casinos we will not get ripped off again
something has to be done
- drtheolen wrote:
Indeed Lucky, those minimum withdrawal amounts are really anoying. But the way i see them, they are rather enforcing you to make another deposit before you withdraw than making you wager more. You could for example deposit another $37 on top of your $63 and than withdraw the whole sum of $100.
yes but that is crazy, we shouldn't have to do that, if we deposited, why should we have to deposit that bit more just to be able to withdraw it is criminal
thanks for your reply
If your in the states, then pretty much minimum withdrawal requirements are pretty much the norm. Mainly because the cost of sending money to these processors, and to actually have us see something hit the bank. Versus well you won $63, we took our $30 wire fee out, your bank took $15 out to process the wire. Now what was $63 now turns into $18. So now you've instead of making a profit on a $20, if you had made one. You've now still are loosing, because you lost $2 in the transit fees.
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- at April 20, 2012, 10:38:45
Actually from what I've seen lately, $100 is pretty low of a minimum compared to some places. Example, if I don't want to cashout via MyPaylinq at Sloto or Desert Nights. I have to get a minimum of $350 to cashout via wire.
Club World last I knew had a minimum $350 to cashout via wire versus a wallet method.
iNetBet is $250 to cashout via wire
Now I know you weren't talking about any specific payment method, but this kind of gives you an idea. That pretty much casinos have had quite a few restrictions on withdrawing for quite some time. Mainly because of the risk of preforming a shady business isn't cheap. Everyone wants there piece of the pie, and it's all at the cost of the player. Now before someone gets all upset on me calling the casino business as it stands online shady.
If your willing to jump thru the hoops of being able to accept a deposit from an American player, then find a way to pay back. To be able to come out with some of these odd business names, get an American Bank to believe it. I would call pretty shady. Granted as a convenience to the American Player who wants to play online, but now has it has created a shady operation. Where everyone wants blood money in case they get caught. That way they can pay there fines, and maybe still walk out with there dignity in tact.
I'm sure I've said enough, but a few points to bring up and think about when it comes to gaming online.
- you said some good points cheetahwind.
and yes i am from the uk, so i don't have any restrictions, but doesn't this also prove that a lot of casinos are ripping of USA players, and i find this totally unfair to them and to everyone else,
and yes i was referring to withdrawing via moneybookers or neteller, so there is no wire transfer fee,
but at liberty slots there is only 3 withdraw methods, cheque, moneybookers or neteller, there was no wire withdraw option here anyway, so that is strange to thinking about it, because all casinos i came across always have wiretransfer as an option,
simple fact liberty slots is ripping and thieving from their customers, i strongly advice everyone to not deposit and do not play here
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- at April 20, 2012, 10:52:29
- last active 3 hrs ago
Yes for those of you who do have an option of moneybookers, neteller, or some actual halfway decent wallet to cashout to. Then yes $100 is a bit steep compared to some.
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- at April 20, 2012, 11:14:42
Once again, Club World $20
32 red $10
So yes, I can see why you don't care for Liberty Slots, when there $80 higher minimum than the rest.
From what I've gathered, there a fairly up standing operation. Pay on time, pay rather quickly. Just the main thing that bothers alot of people is the fact they don't want to disclose who owns them or where there licensed.
Yes if you have better options without the higher than usual minimum withdrawal, then by all means go for it. I wish I could go back to the days of being able to withdrawal $20 to QT or even if some other better than MyPaylinq would pop up with that low of minimum, but for now. Since I do live in the states I have to deal with what I got dealt.
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- at April 20, 2012, 16:03:02
- last active 27 min ago
This is the norm for most casinos whether you deposit and win or use non-deposit bonus and win. You can find the terms for payouts under banking or terms and conditions. In the case of Liberty Slots they state under their terms for withdrawals in the "banking" section that the minimum withdrawal is $150.00.
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- at April 24, 2012, 21:47:39
- last active 5 months ago
Besides that, they charge $45.00 for overnight express FEDEX of a check. So your check would have been for $18.00. If it were me I would have attempted to turn my "free money" into a worthwhile cashout amount.
Just my opinion.
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