Writing Bad Checks at the Casino

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If you ever get into a squabble with a casino that you are at, then you probably will decide not to enter that casino anymore. If you get really mad at how you were treated then you might want to write a check for cash, then stop payment on it after you cash in your check. We strongly recommend you think twice about doing this kind of action, especially if you ever plan on entering another casino and look to get some sort of credit.

In the industry’s eyes you will be seen as someone who stiffs those that are owed money by you. The penalty for doing something like that one time will be to blackball you from cashing checks in almost every casino nationwide. When you try to cash a check in Las Vegas or anywhere else they will run your name through Central Credit, which is the equivalent to the TRW of the gambling industry. For that small disagreement then you will lose out on any possibility of getting credit at a casino ever again.

So what if you have already done something like this? Then your best solution is to pay off your debt to the casino in question, then add a graceful apology stating your mistake. You will also have to make a successful appeal to the cage manager to take that little mistake.

Of course, you could also cash checks for less than $10. Casinos are required to comply with federal laws on credit approvals there are a few that get around that by issuing credit for $10 or less without a Central Credit check.

Of course if you take the advice at the site then you won’t have to worry because you won’t bet with credit and only bring what you can afford to lose.

I also suggest you do not write bad checks to the echeck sportsbooks recommended on our site.

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