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what is the most money taken from one player in a year?

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rob3786 asked 1 year ago
i am interested in finding out what people have recieved from one player in a year through one of their casinos
28 Answers
rob3786 answered 1 year ago
I wanted to find out over a year what the largest amount of money one player had brought in from losses at the casinos.

darko123 answered 1 year ago
well, i mostly deal with poker now and i know not all programs show you player stats. I only deal with 4 casino affiliate programs now and only 2 show my players stats.

So im sure many here will have well above mine, but heres my top 2

Date Signed…….Total MGR Generated

28/12/2006 …. $20575
03/04/2007 …. $13321 – (this guy looks promising for a good whale)

So my Commission is around 40% of the above figures.

I bet the prof and other have a few that prob lost over $250,000 each

aksana answered 1 year ago
sorry, don’t understand your question.

Explain please what you mean.

deanimus answered 1 year ago
I believe it’s valid for quite a while, certainly 2 months. However I believe it is a form of fraud, if you knowingly deposit money to gamble with knowing the risks and then do a chargeback it’s pretty much theft in my eyes.

Nobluff answered 1 year ago
@the27offsuit 155802 wrote:

From the US all you have to do is call up your cc company and tell them you did not authorize the charges , they will remove them immedieatly .

How long is that valid for? Can you call in two months and still have it removed?

Lenny answered 1 year ago
@HVDB 155703 wrote:

Charged back? How can a gambler charge back his losses? Wish I knew how to do that in my gambling period:sarcasm:

Is it possible to make them believe someone else used your creditcard?

From the US all you have to do is call up your cc company and tell them you did not authorize the charges , they will remove them immedieatly .

Nobluff answered 1 year ago
Is it maybe insurance loss bonus?

Daera answered 1 year ago

Charged back? How can a gambler charge back his losses? Wish I knew how to do that in my gambling period

Is it possible to make them believe someone else used your creditcard?

It’s probably not difficult to dispute a credit card charge with your U.S. Bank when the charge was to an online casino… I’ve never done it, but I imagine it’s not difficult.

HVDB answered 1 year ago
Charged back? How can a gambler charge back his losses? Wish I knew how to do that in my gambling period:sarcasm:

Is it possible to make them believe someone else used your creditcard?

darko123;142526 wrote:
been 6 months since i posted on this thread…

well i just had my highest roller, he lost $57k in 3 weeks……now hes charged it all back … so all $$$ :flush:

togambler answered 1 year ago
Hi everyone

Say a player loses a significant amount of money, and then claims that s/he never authorised usage of their credit/debit card at the online casino. Are there any protections in place for casinos and affiliates against these chargebacks?

Do casinos usually recoup the funds from the player, and subsequently ban him/her?

Many thanks
Michael

http://www.theonlinegambler.co.uk