We wish to further explain our previous post, to avoid any doubts and to assure you have the full info on this case.
The check was issued to Jetam2 as an exception payout requested by Management in a good faith and in order to ensure a smooth payout process for first payout requests, only to learn later his intentions were fraudulent.
The decision to cancel the check was only after the concrete fraud evidence brought to us by our security and fraud division.
The refund was completed as we clearly confirmed, we also have an evidence where Jetam2 notified us that his financial institution confirmed the refunds issued to his account.
Nonetheless his attempt to fraudulently benefit from the casino knows no limit, following a payout, a chargeback which he planned to dispute after the payout will hit his account, we now received this "settlement" proposal where if Rich Casino agrees to pay the amount of $1,750.00 he will cease posting negative reviews and retract the recent statements posted, as he clearly confirmed here he indeed sent it.
And this is his email to us:
"I have received confirmation from the credit card company that all of the funds were returned to the credit company, thank you for returning those funds. In addition, I am proposing a settlement to finally end this dispute. If RichCasino agrees to send me half of the amount of the winnings ($1750.00), I will consider the matter closed and will no longer post this terrible experience about nonpayment, bounced checks by your casino and fraud online and to gambling websites, and will retract such statements The choice is yours.
Please consider this matter seriously. I have been asked to provide the check that bounced to the gambling rating sites, they wish to publish it online. In addition, the constant negative reviews and bad publicity will continue to limit the traffic to your business. If you're not interested in settling this matter, please inform me accordingly."
John, following your recent email, it is not a settlement you proposed but a poor attempt to BLACKMAIL a casino site. Thus, we will cease any communication with you from this moment onwards and request AskGamblers to close this issue and warn others of your nature.
Furthermore, please note that you are now black listed on our entire network of sites, and we suggest to any other operator to do the same.
Your personal and credit card information will be shared on any fraud device available online in order to ensured this was the last time you fraudulent an online casino.