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Old 12-12-03, 04:23 AM
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Casino/Gambling offers FAQ/help

These are some of the bigger point offers yet if done right can be just as easy and very rewarding. I will try and compile a walkthrough of sorts for these different offers starting with the one I completed.

Free____s.com
Casino-on-net (1600 pts.)

1) Sign up for a neteller.com account before even applying to Casino-on-net (used to transfer funds into Casino-on-net)

2) Transfer funds from your bank account into neteller using the electronic funds transfer. Neteller will call to verify your identity using the phone number you provided them. The amount you choose is up to you. Free___s.com does not specify it requires a minimum deposit into Casino-on-net however some say it is $45. Keep in mind that Casino-on-net gives a 20% bonus on your first deposit (up to $200) which could make you $40 total.

3) Wait for your funds to transfer from your bank account to your neteller.com account. The transfer will debit your bank account immediately, but will take around 5 days for availability in neteller.

4) Click on the link from free___s.com to go to Casino-on-net. Register an account using the same email address as your free___s.com account, and download their software.


5)Start up the casino-on-net software, choose money play and enter in the username and password given to you. I believe this is sent to your email address.

6) Once in click on cashier. Choose deposit then choose neteller. Deposit the appropriate funds. I believe this happens instantly?

7) Play a few hands of something with a $1 minimum. You may wanna do a practice play (chosen before you sign in) if you are rusty. Set rules for yourself ahead of time, they want you to gamble away that money. My rule was that I would never drop below my initial deposit, just gamble my bonus.

8) After a few plays maybe more if you keep winning, go back to cashier and cash out. Transfer your funds back to neteller.
The funds (including the money they gave you as a bonus for first deposit) may take a week to transfer back to neteller.

9) Your points should be credited in less than a week.

i actually made $9 with this deal on top of my points. I deposited $45 got a $9 bonus played a few hands of blackjack, went up then back down to $54 (45+9) and cashed out.

Anyone got any advice to share on the other gambling/betting sites such as sportsbook, players.com and the differences between free___s.com and freedvd4me? Hope my info helped, lemme know if any changes or additions need to be made.
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Old 12-12-03, 09:08 AM
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Very Good Information!

I will include in the main faq if you will allow it.

If anyone else will write up faq's for any offers i will include that and their name on the main faq.

Keep em coming!

Dan
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Old 12-12-03, 09:59 AM
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I'v heard that none of the gambling site offers at freedvd4me.com require minimums. If that's the case, they sound like easy picking for points.... unless of course you're a gambleholic...
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Old 12-12-03, 10:33 AM
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Dan, the whole reason we begged for a sub-forum was to get away from the one, long, staggering thread. While you may copy this onto your own mega faq, I think it's important that each major set of offers have their own unique faq thread, ie, the book clubs, etc.

This way each set of offers has a life of its own, complete with comments, questions and success stories.... If anything, I urge people to pull offers from a major faq, and break them down, IMHO.

BTW, Msdmoney, great job. Keep us updated!
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Old 12-12-03, 11:17 AM
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sounds good scroll

I will only link in my faq to the offer threads. That should be better as you suggested.

I will keep just general information such as starting an account... and such things like what credit card to use...

what do you think?

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Old 12-12-03, 11:25 AM
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Old 12-12-03, 11:44 AM
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These are the minimum/maximum deposits allowed at CasinoOnNet for various forms of deposit:


How Much Can I Deposit To My Casino Account?

Below please see a list of payment methods accepted by Casino-on-Net and their respective Deposit Limits:


Credit Card Deposit:
Minimum single deposit Limit: $50
Maximum single deposit Limit: $1,000


Citadel (ACH) Deposit:
Minimum single deposit limit: $50
Maximum single deposit limit: $3,000
Maximum deposit limit per day: $10,000
Maximum deposit limit per month: $30,000
Initial Deposit Bonus is applicable up to the first $1,000 only.


NETeller Deposit:
Minimum single deposit limit: $20
Maximum single deposit limit: $2,500
Maximum deposit limit per day: $10,000
Maximum deposit limit per month: $30,000
Initial Deposit Bonus is applicable up to the first $1,000 only.


PrePaidATM Card Deposit:
Minimum Single Deposit Limit: $50
Maximum Single Deposit Limit: $3,000
Maximum Deposit Limit per Day: $10,000
Maximum Deposit Limit per Month: $30,000
Initial Deposit Bonus is applicable up to the first $1,000 only.

FirePay Deposit:
Minimum single deposit limit: $50
Maximum single deposit limit: $3,000
Maximum deposit limit per day: $10,000
Maximum deposit limit per month: $30,000
Initial Deposit Bonus is applicable up to the first $1,000 only.

Wire Transfer Deposit:
Minimum single deposit limit: $100
Maximum single initial deposit limit: $1,000
Maximum single deposit limit: $3,000
Maximum deposit limit per month: $30,000
Initial Deposit Bonus is applicable up to the first $1,000 only.

ACTeCASH Deposit:
Minimum single deposit limit: $50
Maximum single deposit limit: $3,000
Maximum deposit limit per day: $10,000
Maximum deposit limit per month: $30,000

paysafecard Deposit:
Minimum single deposit limit: $15
Maximum single deposit limit: $850

paybox Deposit:
Minimum single deposit limit: $20
Maximum single deposit limit: $3,000
Maximum deposit limit per day: $10,000
Maximum deposit limit per month: $30,000

Bank Transfer Deposit:
Minimum single deposit limit: $50
Maximum single deposit limit: $3,000
Maximum deposit limit per day: $10,000
Maximum deposit limit per month: $30,000

NetPay Deposit:
Minimum single deposit limit: $50
Maximum single deposit limit: $3,000
Maximum deposit limit per day: $10,000
Maximum deposit limit per month: $30,000

BBL Home'Pay Deposit:
Minimum single deposit limit: $50
Maximum single deposit limit: $3,000
Maximum deposit limit per day: $10,000
Maximum deposit limit per month: $30,000

Rabobank Deposit:
Minimum single deposit limit: $50
Maximum single deposit limit: $3,000
Maximum deposit limit per day: $10,000
Maximum deposit limit per month: $30,000

Direct Debit Deposit:
Minimum single deposit limit: $50
Maximum single deposit limit: $3,000
Maximum deposit limit per day: $10,000
Maximum deposit limit per month: $30,000

1-Pay Deposit:
Minimum Single Deposit Limit: $1
Maximum Single Deposit Limit: $3,000
Maximum Deposit Limit per Day: $10,000
Maximum Deposit Limit per Month: $30,000

Deutsche Bank 24 Deposit:
Minimum single deposit limit: $50
Maximum single deposit limit: $3,000
Maximum deposit limit per day: $10,000
Maximum deposit limit per month: $30,000

Dresdner Bank Deposit:
Minimum single deposit limit: $50
Maximum single deposit limit: $3,000
Maximum deposit limit per day: $10,000
Maximum deposit limit per month: $30,000

Commerzbank Deposit:
Minimum single deposit limit: $50
Maximum single deposit limit: $3,000
Maximum deposit limit per day: $10,000
Maximum deposit limit per month: $30,000

Personal Cheque Deposit:
Minimum single deposit limit: $50
Maximum single deposit limit: $3,000
Maximum deposit limit per day: $10,000
Maximum deposit limit per month: $30,000
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Old 12-12-03, 01:52 PM
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can you deposit funds into a netteller account through paypal?
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Old 12-12-03, 05:35 PM
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why is neteller the place to use? the points won't credit without it? or it's another safety net much like the webcertificates? anyone?
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Old 12-12-03, 06:03 PM
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I believe a safety net, as well as the fact that many credit cards wont let you deposit into a gambling site.
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Old 12-13-03, 02:59 AM
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Worldcup: I have no problem if you wanna throw it an faq.

I used neteller as that is what lxjenkins suggested in page 3 of one of the free____s.com threads. It ended up being a very simple way to transfer the money back and forth. Anyone have info about using the other transfer methods?

Also anyone have any experiences with the other gambling sites to share. Was thinking of doing the others at freedvd4me, but wondering if anyone could give some advice.

Also I guess i misread, I thought they gave 20% on up to $200 with your first deposit. Looks like the bonus is up to $200. If someone has no problem moving that kinda cash ($1000) around might be a good way to make some cash ($200) real easy?
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Old 12-13-03, 04:01 AM
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You wish it were that easy. Bonuses are ways to almost guarantee you lose all your money. They lure you in with, Oh wow, they're gonna give me free money to play with!

Actually, most casino bonuses don't let you cash out until you "play through" a certain amount. Let's say you get a bonus of $20 (you deposited $100). You'll have to bet 10x or 20X (I've seen 40X) the bonus (or sometimes they state the bonus AND your deposit amount), so you'll have to bet anywhere from $200 to $thousands before you can cash out ANYTHING. You could theoretically keep winning and make the playthrough, but most often times, you'll lose a lot of your money before the play through is met.

Just food for thought.
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Old 12-13-03, 03:19 PM
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Are there fees for Neteller? And do all the gambling sites (Sportingbet USA, Superbook, Playersonly and Casino-on-net - any others?) take it?

Would you have to create a separate Neteller account for each email address if you wanted to do say Sportingbet USA on both FreeDVD & FreeDVD4me sites? Or use the same Neteller account?
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Old 12-16-03, 05:48 PM
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Originally posted by magic168
Actually, most casino bonuses don't let you cash out until you "play through" a certain amount. Let's say you get a bonus of $20 (you deposited $100). You'll have to bet 10x or 20X (I've seen 40X) the bonus (or sometimes they state the bonus AND your deposit amount), so you'll have to bet anywhere from $200 to $thousands before you can cash out ANYTHING.
Does casino-on-net have a minimum play-through? The other poster's experience suggests they don't, but I can't find any information on the website.
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Old 12-16-03, 07:35 PM
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Thanks for the info. These offers are worth some big points and I like to do them. When I'm done doing all the offers and transfer the money back into my bank account, how long will that take, another week?
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Old 12-17-03, 10:09 PM
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Can we use Web Certificate to deposit money for these gambling site?
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Old 12-18-03, 01:24 AM
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Caino-on-net actually has a 2X play thorugh on the bonus, which actually isn't that hard. Remember, whether you win or lose on a bet, the bet still counts toward your play-through. A couple hands of blackjack should do it, and with any luck, you'll come out ahead.
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Are you guys worried about giving out your social securtiy number out to neteller.com? is there a way around it?

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Old 12-19-03, 04:07 AM
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Play-throughs & Deposit Bonuses

What are the minimum play-throughs and deposit bonuses for the gambling sites?

Site Bonus Minimum Play
CasinoOnNet 20% 2x bonus
Superbook ? ?
PlayersOnly ? ?
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Old 12-28-03, 07:44 PM
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I deposited over a week ago and haven't seen my points...anybody else?
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Old 12-30-03, 10:05 PM
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I just did the cainoonnet one, and free___.com does not have a minimum deposit. It says in the pop-up "make any deposit". If you use Neteller, you only have to make a 20 minimum deposit. Sure, your free money bonus is smaller, but this might be useful for people that don't want to move $45, or don't trust themselves gambling
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Old 12-31-03, 12:40 AM
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Not to threadcrap, but isn't there a better way to make a large amount of points without the hassle? Come on, people.
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Old 12-31-03, 01:47 AM
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Originally posted by scroll2b
Not to threadcrap, but isn't there a better way to make a large amount of points without the hassle? Come on, people.
Uh, what's the hassle? Deposit 20 bucks in a casino, play 8 hands of BJ, withdraw the money, get points. Not to mention that unless you completely suck at blackjack, you actually make money instead of spending a buck on a trial.

Plus, the fact that you don't have to cancel anything makes this less of a hassle that 80% of the offers out there.
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Old 12-31-03, 04:39 AM
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Almost sold on the concept, but the faq is still intimidating........
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Old 12-31-03, 11:30 AM
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Yeah, there are ways to get points easier and faster than the faq. For example, if you use a debit card for Neteller, the money gets in your account immediately, so you can finish the whole deal in 30 minutes (45 if you need to set up a neteller account). I've tried multiple online casinos before for their "no deposit" bonuses, so maybe it's easier for me than others
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