Originally Posted by donkcentralFF
Ive been through it 3 times now dude the fact that everytime they tell me yes and than email the next day saying it's not accepted that is a whole more 24 hours I have to wait for them to pull the shenanigans again.. If they simply would allow you to talk to the people that actually process your paperwork, the process would go much smoother... The middle man operator has no clue what is going on and just passing here say back forth getting my hopes up.. Also how is possible they verify the license on tuesday than wednesday they say that its no good.. I'm sorry you can think whatever, but if you had 13000 dollars in bovada limbo you would be sick to your stomach if they kept playing games with you changing their answers each day. I'm in college buddy and that is what I'm going to make next year at my part time job. It's bs that they have no problem excepting my deposits for the last 2 1/2 years, but know when it's time to pay me they give me the run around. Sorry I'm just very distraught with what has been going on for the last 3 days. When I first joined I'm pretty sure they didn't require all these run around games to get your winnings
1. Nowhere in any of your prior posts does it say that you've been through all this three times already --- or even twice. IF that's true, then I understand your concern (although I'd also wonder why you didn't mention before now that you've already been through this all three times, as that changes things considerably --- if we choose to believe it).
2. They have required this ID verification paperwork for cashouts for at least eight years, as I opened my sports betting account with them (then Bodog) in 2006 and handled all this then.
3. If you had handled the paperwork before you ever NEEDED to cash out, then you wouldn't be in this situation. That's what you're supposed to do. Sign up. Deposit. Submit your ID verification forms and get approved for cashouts. Then, if you ever win, it's already been handled and there are no delays in getting your money.
4. I have a lot more than $13K on a poker site that I am, unfortunately, never going to get --- so I know a ton about cashout limbo. It stinks, but your situation is addressable while mine is not.
5. It's amazing how paranoid and grammatically unskilled today's college students are.
Final thought: calm down and give Bovada what they are asking for. When you do, you will get your money. Most importantly, DO NOT badmouth them or call them scammers. They can seize your funds pretty much at their discretion, and you have almost no legal recourse against a company domiciled in Latvia. Be polite and give them what they need and this will all work out.