Originally Posted by anglospanglo
I cashed out twice, first for $50 then for $300. A few days ago I tried to cash out for $800, and now they made up some weird story about two people I've never heard of playing from "my location". I play through my facebook account and there's 0% chance that anyone else is playing from my internet connection. Looks like they're having liquidity problems and trying to delay cashouts
Even money bet. You name the stakes. Their financial accounts are in better shape than your financial accounts.
All trolling aside I have have seen people talk about people both playing from the casino wifi and looking like two players on the same IP. This could have happened to you as well.
Even if you only play from your house, the likely hood that your IP hasn't changed is quite low. Unless you have a business level internet plan that requires and pays for a static IP (as mine does for the business I run from my home) then you are on a Dynamic IP, i.e. It will change. If someone else with your same Internet Provider also plays on global, it is possible you two would have had the same IP, although at different times.
It seems much more likely that global is still working out the bugs when it comes to IP detection and fraudulent play over the idea they can't muster up your 800 bucks.