This is a discussion on Club WPT Should be SHUT DOWN & Sued within the online poker forums, in the Poker Rooms section; Here's the Thing,
I n My state (Minnesota), WPT is banned by law. I was unaware of this. So I go to Club WPT, sign up
I n My state (Minnesota), WPT is banned by law. I was unaware of this. So I go to Club WPT, sign up for two free weeks (with a Credit Card). Immediately upon trying to join a game, they notify that I cannot play due to State Laws. Fine... but that's not the end of it. I go "My account" and hit the "Cancel Membership" Link. Thought all was good. Of coourse, you all can see what's coming. I get charged $24.95. I call Customer service. They say Didn't properly cancel. I explain, "You still cannot deny service, but continue to charge for service."
WPT: "Did you read the agreement?"
Me: "For Christ sake, use some commom sense, And the F'n Agreement didn't tell me I would be denied service"
WPT: :We are disconnecting now because you are using foul language."
I will never even WATCH a WPT Even again. Just downright thievery.
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Depends on what length you want to go through to get that 25 dollars back. You could call your bank up and report a fraudulent charge and have them reverse the fee.
8th May 2018, 12:16 AM
Online Poker at: BlackChip
If you used a Credit Card you should be able to dispute the charge. I have only done it once for something I didnít buy - apparently you didnít buy anything so it might work.
8th May 2018, 12:56 AM
Poker at: ACR
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This is an easy charge back. Chase would have this bank in your account in less these 2 business days.
8th May 2018, 1:24 AM
Typically I would say dispute your charge but depending on your bank you may not want them to know about the gambling. You would likely have to say you didn't even acknowledge the charge and if WPT wants to fight it it could get messy.