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Payout question from rookie

Forum: Gaming Industry - US
Author: [Gaming Industry - US] Topic: Payout question from rookie
eddie1337 PM eddie1337
Joined: Dec 2008
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Posted: 8/27/2012 10:05:31 PM
I live in Arizona and do all my sports betting at a Caliente sports book in Mexico, which is great. My question is are there any websites where you can put in your debit card information and when you win the amount won goes into your bank account? Or is it just a pain in the behind to get paid no matter what? 
zonaboy PM zonaboy
Joined: Oct 2012
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Posted: 10/5/2012 5:34:39 AM
How deep is Caliente into mexico? Im in AZ and i use betonline.ag or youwager.eu never had a problem from either getting paid western union money is less than 24 hours 
RexR PM RexR
Joined: Nov 2011
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Posted: 10/7/2012 5:43:12 AM
It's a PITA to get paid. Sorry. If you put it in a credit card to deposit and ask for a 3-4 grand check a month or two later, they will typically ask for ID/info for proof for the credit card. For a few hundred bucks, though, maybe not.

I turned about $500 into 3 grand last year just betting Saints and Packers on team totals. betonline made me do the above. Although I had about $800 in my bodog account and they did not, despite using a credit card.

PS...I live in Arizona too and they limited Western Union and Moneygram on incoming payments from outside the country into this state down to  $400. So I had $550 total coming to me total, it was split 400 via WU and 150 thru the other. And the clerks will ask for your ID, sender's name and country and amount. Not so much because of the war on drugs, but nowadays human smuggling.

Hope this helps. Nobody told me any of this garbage before I started.
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