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fast eddie's avatar - lasvegas2
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Posted: April 4, 2005, 11:46 pm - IP Logged

12  bucks straight on pick four. A dollar straight pays 9,000 x 12= $108,000. Now I want my money? So CD are you saying it's o.k. to play on-line but don't wager too much because you might not get paid? Winning 100 bucks or 100 grand. You got to get paid.
 

I've got a few p.m.'s so let me clairify myself, I was saying if I win I want my money, not that I did win and I'm owed money. Thank you.

"Money won is twice as sweet as money earned"

    Dead_Aim's avatar - canstock2002989

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    Posted: April 4, 2005, 11:52 pm - IP Logged

    The $300 I won the other night playing Texas was not accredited to my account for two days and that was only after I called and e-mailed them. They marked the box and straight hits as losers that night. Wonder if they are going broke?

    D_A

      fast eddie's avatar - lasvegas2
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      Posted: April 5, 2005, 12:04 am - IP Logged
      Quote: Originally posted by Dead_Aim on April 4, 2005



      The $300 I won the other night playing Texas was not accredited to my account for two days and that was only after I called and e-mailed them. They marked the box and straight hits as losers that night. Wonder if they are going broke?

      D_A




      This is just what I'm talking about? Your gambling without a condom.

      "Money won is twice as sweet as money earned"

        WIN  D's avatar - q05Q0
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        Posted: April 5, 2005, 12:51 am - IP Logged

         Thats yet another person with a story. So it would seem that most everyone has had a bad experience or two with this outfit. That's no accident then. The odds are they dont care to be that careful when it comes to making legitimate pay offs.....or ....it's on purpose. Either way.... it's a problem of trust now. 

          Well thats it...... don't trust them. Make copies and don't keep high balances in your account.  Also......remember....... never ever ...ever go into thecasino. Like our friend Ion Saliu said ..."stay away from online play where the casino makes the software".  

          What was that other service down there...?  C....... S .....  Payouts not as good but I've never heard anything bad about them ....yet. 

         

         

        The only real failure .....is the failure to try.                               

                                      Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much. 

                                      Odds never change .....but probability does. 

                                                                                               Win d    

          unseen's avatar - 4eyes
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          Posted: April 5, 2005, 1:18 am - IP Logged

          what is the quarter store? Ive always played at   and Carib and have never had any problems recieving my winnings...even the $900 I won last Aug from . It was in my Neteller and to my bank in 1 day after my winning showed up.

            Badger's avatar - adu50016 NorthAmericanBadger.jpg
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            Posted: April 5, 2005, 6:54 am - IP Logged


            Quote: Originally posted by fast eddie on April 4, 2005


            Playing Pick 3 and Pick 4 you probably would not win "100 grand"!!

            12  bucks straight on pick four. A dollar straight pays 9,000 x 12= $108,000. Now I want my money? So CD are you saying it's o.k. to play on-line but don't wager too much because you might not get paid? Winning 100 bucks or 100 grand. You got to get paid.
             





            Here's something I wonder about. In theory, let's say a person did win that $108,000 as above. Further, let's say the online company sends you the check and its a good check.

            How do you get away with depositing it?

            You have to deposit it in a (your) bank. As soon as they see that amount (or anything over $10,000) it requires them to start making you fill out forms for the govt up the ying-yang. Because the govt at all levels is afraid of large amounts of money coming from drug sales, they will pursue it until they find out where you got it from....and when they find out it was from online gaming, there are going to be bags full of laws at the state and fed level that say (A) you broke the law gambling online, and (B) you owe taxes on it.

            Winning too large an amount definitely puts you on the government radar screen. If you won that 108K I think you'd regret it.

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              SirMetro's avatar - center
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              Posted: April 5, 2005, 9:48 am - IP Logged

              Badger, the amount is now $5000 that the banks are now required to report to the Feds. Simply put, if your not planning on paying your taxes, I suggest you keep the money out of the US, because if you look at history, the Feds went after all the "so called" Mob boss's, but it was the IRS who took the "so called" Mob Boss's down.

              Also, keep this in mind, if you win at your local lottery and went and collected the win in cash. Should you get pulled over for whatever reason, the Police has the right and authority to confiscate any cash you have on you without a warrant, without a reason and should you resist, you go to jail for additional charges. And the only way to get your money back is to prove it belonged to you. It can take several months to get back what was wrongfully takened. Case in point, a gentleman I knew many years ago ran a small nursery. He would take cash, usually around $2500 and go purchase his weekly inventory in Alabama and return to Atlanta, GA to sell it. One of his weekly trips, he was pulled over in a regular roadblock. Once the cops learned he had cash on him, they confiscated it from him. Their reason, because they could. It took him 6 months to get his cash back, without interest and without any apology.

              The point I seek in making is, you have risk either online or in person when it comes to money. I suggest you be willing to accept whatever responsibilities that occur with any win or loss you receive. Just more food for thought.

              Sir Metro

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                Posted: April 5, 2005, 9:54 am - IP Logged

                PS: The Feds passed a law many years ago that allows the IRS to pursue and charge people for failure to pay taxes on illegally gotten gains. The IRS helped put many drug dealers in jail with this law. So whether your wins are legit or not, forgetting to pay the IRS will dventually catch up with you. As for me, if I win enough cash that it warrants me having to pay taxes (anything over $599 per year), I would be tickled pink to pay my taxes, cause it ment I did well. Also, for those of you who are gambling regularly, keep up with all the monies you spent. You can actually offset your gains with any losses you accumilated (contact your accountant for that info). Just like stock trading, win some, lose some, but keep track of it all so you can write it off at the end of the year.

                  Badger's avatar - adu50016 NorthAmericanBadger.jpg
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                  Posted: April 5, 2005, 7:19 pm - IP Logged
                  Quote: Originally posted by SirMetro on April 5, 2005


                  PS: The Feds passed a law many years ago that allows the IRS to pursue and charge people for failure to pay taxes on illegally gotten gains. The IRS helped put many drug dealers in jail with this law. So whether your wins are legit or not, forgetting to pay the IRS will dventually catch up with you. As for me, if I win enough cash that it warrants me having to pay taxes (anything over $599 per year), I would be tickled pink to pay my taxes, cause it ment I did well. Also, for those of you who are gambling regularly, keep up with all the monies you spent. You can actually offset your gains with any losses you accumilated (contact your accountant for that info). Just like stock trading, win some, lose some, but keep track of it all so you can write it off at the end of the year.



                  Offsetting wins by your losses depends upon your state. In Wisconsin, you can not delare your losses against your wins. Not on state taxes. It's part of the state law here. We call our state Taxconsin. THe third most-taxed state in the nation. And they are running a 2 billion dollar deficit because they can't control their spending...plus they need more money they just raise another tax or cut another loophole like the one above. If ever there is going to be another "Boston Tea Party" look to Taxconsin for it to happen. People here are getting to the brink of what they can stand....

                  Thanks for the info on the $5,000 limit-trigger though. Goes to show how often I ever had that much money coming from anywhere to deposit. LOL !

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