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Thanks for the response 666. I don't quite get what your suggesting on your the last sentence of your post. Could you elaborate?
Hangry11
Hangry11
Poker Rooms response was that I was linked to multiple accounts which is not true. They only way I can see this is if somebody used my card on another account which would explain the couple small charges that were not from me (totaling $75 from the same merchant)


It is actually an unusual circumstance because I played at one room (dating back 10 months) with no issues. I am not intending to chargeback those transactions. then I deposited to another room (different billing descriptors from prior room) about 45 days ago,  which is where I've had all these issues. The total charges were a little over $1,000. 

So my thought was, if I just. Chargeback this fraudulent site, will I be heavily questioned on the previous transactions that reflect similar spending patterns. 

Thanks for all your help. 
Hangry11
Hangry11
Quote Originally Posted by joanne12:

#1 they are not illegal son,#2 stop trying to cheat the books,that is why they they activated your account #3 you are a low life creep for doing a charge back because of your losses,you will rot in hell


You are obviously blind to the facts Joanne. Why are you so sensitive to the subject? Weird
Hangry11
Hangry11
Hello, I am looking for some guidance in terms of how to go about my current situation.

Long story short, I made deposits and withdrawals to numerous (illegal) poker sites. All in all, I was down roughly 1,000. However, I no longer have access to one of my accounts which had about $4,000 in it which was wrongfully deactivated by the poker room. Not to mention I recognized a couple random charges that seem to be COMPLETELY fraudulent.

Anyways, my only way to proceed in my mind is to chargeback the two cards I used to make the deposits in the first place. I have numerous questions:

How long should I go back in terms of the chargebacks? (First deposit was made 10-25-2016, last deposit made 7-21-2017... On 1 debt card and 1 credit card)

What should be my explanation be to my bank/CC company? (Should I admit to a few charges, but chargeback the remainder? Should I just deny the amount of the charges, The corresponding merchant, etc.? )


I am really confused about how to proceed. Obviously, something needs to be done. But with all of the grey area in terms of the law associated with online casinos, credit cards it makes it very difficult for me to recoup MY MONEY! Last thing to give some context I made about 85 deposits that came from about 20 different billing descriptors.

Any help would be greatly appreciated
Hangry11
Hangry11
Hello, I am looking for some guidance in terms of how to go about my current situation.

Long story short, I made deposits and withdrawals to numerous (illegal) poker sites. All in all, I was down roughly 1,000. However, I no longer have access to one of my accounts which had about $4,000 in it which was wrongfully deactivated by the poker room. Not to mention I recognized a couple random charges that seem to be COMPLETELY fraudulent.

Anyways, my only way to proceed in my mind is to chargeback the two cards I used to make the deposits in the first place. I have numerous questions:

How long should I go back in terms of the chargebacks? (First deposit was made 10-25-2016, last deposit made 7-21-2017... On 1 debt card and 1 credit card)

What should be my explanation be to my bank/CC company? (Should I admit to a few charges, but chargeback the remainder? Should I just deny the amount of the charges, The corresponding merchant, etc.? )


I am really confused about how to proceed. Obviously, something needs to be done. But with all of the grey area in terms of the law associated with online casinos, credit cards it makes it very difficult for me to recoup MY MONEY! Last thing to give some context I made about 85 deposits that came from about 20 different billing descriptors.

Any help would be greatly appreciated
Hangry11
Hangry11
Hello, I am looking for some guidance in terms of how to go about my current situation.

Long story short, I made deposits and withdrawals to numerous (illegal) poker sites. All in all, I was down roughly 1,000. However, I no longer have access to one of my accounts which had about $4,000 in it which was wrongfully deactivated by the poker room. Not to mention I recognized a couple random charges that seem to be COMPLETELY fraudulent.

Anyways, my only way to proceed in my mind is to chargeback the two cards I used to make the deposits in the first place. I have numerous questions:

How long should I go back in terms of the chargebacks? (First deposit was made 10-25-2016, last deposit made 7-21-2017... On 1 debt card and 1 credit card)

What should be my explanation be to my bank/CC company? (Should I admit to a few charges, but chargeback the remainder? Should I just deny the amount of the charges, The corresponding merchant, etc.? )


I am really confused about how to proceed. Obviously, something needs to be done. But with all of the grey area in terms of the law associated with online casinos, credit cards it makes it very difficult for me to recoup MY MONEY! Last thing to give some context I made about 85 deposits that came from about 20 different billing descriptors.

Any help would be greatly appreciated
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