(as we all sit around the camp fire..) It was like any other night. Yours truly had a new message in the in box from Pamper Casino. The thought crossed the mind, "if it has a free chip attached I might just take the chance and try to cash out out this time. Knew already before going in that the maximum bonus is 1x the free chip. That's it ,that's all. Glancing at the date I clicked the mail open. Scrolling to the end, I did a double take with the date on the mail and the PC. Too many times this free chip offer would hit my in box after the expiration date. This time it was good. This time it was much lower than the ones before. This time is was a mere $14.
After playing for a while I believed I met the play through and it was time to go. Sent in the docs and waited. In less than 10 minutes I received the 'ol "your request is denied. If you want it, keep playing" return mail. I was short $120. I played some more. Called cs to double check and was told I fulfilled the requirements. So i sent the request off with my quick tender info. While waiting, called back to double check they received it. Was sent an email message that prompted this thread..."I am now sending your withdrawal to processing. Please note that you are being charged $2 of the amount of your withdrawal as transfer fees. Keep in mind that for you to receive a first time withdrawal, it could take as much as 10-14 business days." 10-14 business days is ridiculous. Its not $140. Hell, its no longer $14. Its now $12. I can't get 4 gallons of gas here for $12. (and a good 12-pack on sale + tax cost more)
As a child I remember family members refer to my grandmother as being cheap. I heard my grandfather say that she was so tight with money, that she could squeeze the copper out of a penny (now that's tight and thus the title). Which makes me wonder, if Pamper was this tight with $12 that 'd squeak when they walk, what would happen if I withdrew a decent cash out? or even $50? mmm...$2 fee..stamps cost 44 cents. Ever feel like you're getting nickeled and dimed? I put the request in on 3/24. Casino 33 ND withdrawal of $50 didn't take this long. ooh the horror..and no I'm not trying to buy a loaf of bread with the money either.
The tale of Pamper Casino and the jar of copper juice...
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