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How to resist on reversing a withdrawal?


ValDes

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You mean how to resist on NOT reversing to Kate's best posts ever?! :D

 

and may I know ,what are you chit-chatting here and whats my "best post" Valdes  :rolleyes: and should i calculate how many coins are going to my Jar ,from all 3 of you  :rolleyes:

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and may I know ,what are you chit-chatting here and whats my "best post" Valdes  :rolleyes: and should i calculate how many coins are going to my Jar ,from all 3 of you  :rolleyes:

 

Please, do not do that dear. If we start to calculate coins for the off-topic jar, I believe you could be affected pretty badly. :p

 

So, enough with the topic derails here. Please...

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So, enough with the topic derails here. Please...

It's a shame I can't resist throwing off these topics, with the gals chatting up a good conversation and letting me fill in the spaces

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It's a shame I can't resist throwing off these topics, with the gals chatting up a good conversation and letting me fill in the spaces

 

Why don't you start a special thread dedicated to the aforementioned gals and invite them join you there for a some sweet talking. ;)

 

You can even invite me..eventually...if the gals are too much for ya. :D

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  • 1 month later...

Something once worked for me.....

 

I put my iphone in the safe and gave the key to one of my kids and said that if they give me the key before monday, they would lose their PS3. It worked.

 

I didn't actually ask for the key but he would not have given it!

 

Ouch! Not that's what I call an addiction. :o

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It was said with love. I made it clear.

 

"""Son, I am giving u my iphone becasue daddy worked to much and didn't finish his house work. He needs to paint and clean up. I am giving u my phone so I don't have to work. I don't want to talk to clients. Are u able to be a man and be tough with me? If I give you my phone will Ü hide it and give it back to me until ..."""

 

He responded yes

 

I then proceeded to tell him it is important. That he should keep his word. He agreed. I then smiled and said that when a man does not keep his word, he is not a man. He looked and nodded. He understood.

 

I then jokingly said that if he fails me, he loses his PS3. He said "whateeeeeveeeerrr". Basically he told me to say bye to my iphone.

 

Education on how to be a man. Respect your word! My eldest boy can hold his head up high anywhere he goes. He is responsible, respective and most of all honest. I am very proud of him. Now he is staring to talk about girls. Daddy needs to back off. Let him learn alone.

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Ouch! Not that's what I call an addiction. :o

I'll bet anything that many people wish they had thought of that before they blew it all away ValDes.

 

I wouldn't have taken his PS3 away. Let's be real.

 

I had no other option. I would have reversed it all. I know me. It all worked out. I didn't even ask for the phone. It's all damn psychological!!!!

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I usually smash my router then wait for the withdrawal and by a new one. :o

 

Must admit that's rather unusual and 'interesting' approach. :D

 

However, it seems as pretty 'solid' and effective method in the same time.  Personally, I prefer to save my internet equipment if possible. :)

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As a gambler we all know that pending withdrawals could be a pain in the butt because of the tempting to reverse them.

I've lost several thousands euros from reversing them. I know there are others who lost a lot more than I did.

 

Here are methods to avoid reversing withdrawals :

 

*Get out of the house for a day, maybe two. Once you're out of the house you will forget about them.

 

*Think what you can buy or do with those winnings and constantly thinking of it and say it outloud (I know it sounds crazy but reversing them is much crazier and will drive you crazy when you lost them).

 

*If possible, do not touch or come near your pc/internet. Outside world is more fun than you think.

 

*Think about how it felt like to lose a lot of money (a lot).

 

And this methode I used once : I took the battery of my pc mouse out and flushed it down the toilet. Finding new battery was a ***** of a job for me back then and after several minutes I gave up looking for it and watched tv instead.

 

Smashing your router is very effective but those thing cost a lot of money so it's not recommended.

The smallest things that block access to the internet for a few days will help a lot.

 

I hope these methodes will help you all from reversing the withdrawals.

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Okay, now when I took a few steps in my gambling career and made a few withdrawals, I'm just wondering how does this reversing a withdrawal process goes.

For example, you successfully completed wagering requirements and you're ready to withdraw. You ask for withdrawal, send your documents and wait to receive your money.

But, before it happens, you decide to try making more money, with the amount you won..so there's an option for you to ask the support (or click some button) and stop the process of your money delivery, which turns it back to your playable balance.

 

Is that right?

 

I was lucky to have enough or even the biggest balance, just in the moment of clearing the wagering, so I immediately requested a cash-out :)

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Okay, now when I took a few steps in my gambling career and made a few withdrawals, I'm just wondering how does this reversing a withdrawal process goes.

For example, you successfully completed wagering requirements and you're ready to withdraw. You ask for withdrawal, send your documents and wait to receive your money.

But, before it happens, you decide to try making more money, with the amount you won..so there's an option for you to ask the support (or click some button) and stop the process of your money delivery, which turns it back to your playable balance.

 

Is that right?

 

I was lucky to have enough or even the biggest balance, just in the moment of clearing the wagering, so I immediately requested a cash-out :)

correct, most casinos have a reverse/cancel withdrawal button

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