Unfortunately we have not received any update from our processor, as soon as we receive an update from our processor, we'll contact you.
All withdrawals requested using the correct banking information will either be deposited to your bank account or returned to your Full Tilt Poker account once our processor has concluded their assessment.
Rest assured your money is safe and once they have come back to us we will contact you ASAP. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
We appreciate your patience, and if there's anything else we can help you with, please let us know. We're always here to help.
So I guess all I really can do is wait..apparently they do not have control of my money after it has been sent to the processor. Really hope I can get it at least deposited back in to my account by this week.
Hell, maybe they will throw me a bone, like an ftops or mini ftops tournament ticket
I received a similar response regarding a check cashout that I never received.... nearly a year ago.
For US residents, are these considered Foreign or Domestic wires?
1.) I just cashed out on FTP for the first time. I tried the premium bank wire service. I just noticed the info mentions only applicable for "checking" accounts. When you actually go through the procedure of cashing out this way though, you can choose "checking" or "savings". I wired to savings on Wednesday night 05/05 and haven't received any update or email. Is it because of savings or because it's my first withdrawal that it is taking time? Maybe it just takes this long typically?
2.) I also want to be able to just have a check issued to me but I have no option for that in "Cashier". I funded my account with p2p transfer. Do I have to make a deposit to be able to use the check format cashout?
At what point in the process was the wire rejected? By FT, or by the bank in question?
It was rejected by the receiving bank after FTP had approved the transaction and sent it to the processor. It looks like this is directly related to the link posted earlier in this thread where some jackass spilled the beans to a compliance officer who asked about some of his transactions. The bank started rejectng all poker transactions shortly thereafter.
How many banks do we have to lose before people learn to keep their ****ing mouths shut? This was a big loss!
FWIW I did the same exact thing and my wire went through to my savings account without any problems. This was a few weeks ago so it is possible to send them to a savings account.
Also if you have only funded your account with a player transfer then you have to play a certain amount of hands before you can cash out. And don't be surprised if they close down your account until you send in documents verifying your account.
You probably know there are fees but I want to let you know they can be extremely steep. Not sure if you've used Premium Transfer yet but I remember withdrawing $900 one time and got charged around $35 in fees from some middle man bank that Fulltilt wouldn't disclose to me.
ifucallumuck, I know that you mean well but please don't mention names of banks. Even the abbreviation that you typed is a bit dicey, as it is a well-known abbreviation of the institution. Our political adversaries are known to monitor these boards.