Ideally you’re not trying to withdraw lock, stock or barrel from Lock Poker now; if you are, many most likely, you aren’t having much luck. Lock Poker, the Revolution Gaming Network’s flagship site, has reportedly been refusing to honor cashouts, also going up to now as to place a prohibition on large-scale cashouts, duration. Appears like maybe the flag on this ship should be lowered to half-mast.
Ongoing Cashout Issues
Yup, it smells like yet another online poker Ponzi scheme at work here. Two-to-four month cashout rates for U.S. players, and even the ROW (‘rest of the world’) players are saying that Neteller and Skrill are taking a languid thirty days to get them their dough. Negative. Not good at all. Especially after two years of all dark, dirty secrets of Full Tilt and Poker Stars drifting like jetsam and flotsam in the U.S. Department of Justice’s dockets.
Chip Trades Cause Problems
The severity of the problem begins to surface, it may be too late for many to salvage like most of these situations, by the time. Evidently, players was trading poker room chips on the Two Plus Two forum, and many, if not most, of those trades included Lock Poker’s potato chips. The chips had been being traded low anyway; about 50 cents in the dollar as a result of cashout that is slow. Appears that one online player, known as Thejuggernaut, attempted in order to make a $10K Skrill cashout take place right back in March, and it took a whole (altro…)