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#1 Truman

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Posted 10 June 2009 - 01:33 AM

About every site I see wants my credit card details but when it comes time to pay up they're asking for SS details before mailing a cheque. Anyone know of sites which run decent stakes redraft leagues with no-hassle payouts?
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Posted 10 June 2009 - 01:37 AM

About every site I see wants my credit card details but when it comes time to pay up they're asking for SS details before mailing a cheque. Anyone know of sites which run decent stakes redraft leagues with no-hassle payouts?

Not sure if this will work but, it did go through for me one time on Bookmaker.com.After you sign into Paypal there should be a link on the left somewhere that says something like 'Debit Card Plugin' or whatnot.Click that and you can basically generate a temporary debit card number, expiration date and CVC code to use pretty much anywhere online. You'll just hafta hope that they accept them. Most online merchants do save for sports books, because after a few deposits Bookmaker.com wouldn't take mine anymore. But you can use it all over the Internet for stuff so it's definitely worth a shot! :thumbup:

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Posted 10 June 2009 - 04:00 AM

About every site I see wants my credit card details but when it comes time to pay up they're asking for SS details before mailing a cheque. Anyone know of sites which run decent stakes redraft leagues with no-hassle payouts?

I think tax wise they need your SS # if you win. If you don't, they don't need it. Have you tried asking a site owner if they'll take paypal? IMO They should just be happy to get the $. Who cares how they get it.SS will be separate issue though.

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Posted 10 June 2009 - 04:10 AM

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Posted 10 June 2009 - 04:40 AM

EVERY site is going to want your SS# to pay out. For tax purposes. Sorry.

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Posted 10 June 2009 - 11:54 AM

http://www.phenomsff.com/ Great site run by FBG Unlucky :towelwave:

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Posted 10 June 2009 - 01:29 PM

EVERY site is going to want your SS# to pay out. For tax purposes. Sorry.

Not true in the least, you just have to ask prior to signing up if they report their payouts to the government. There are many out there but with that luxury, you also get the added risk of it being a crappy site or bogus all together.I've been a part of a site for 5 years now that does no report anything even in the 5 digit range of winnings.

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Posted 11 June 2009 - 01:16 PM


EVERY site is going to want your SS# to pay out. For tax purposes. Sorry.

Not true in the least, you just have to ask prior to signing up if they report their payouts to the government. There are many out there but with that luxury, you also get the added risk of it being a crappy site or bogus all together.I've been a part of a site for 5 years now that does no report anything even in the 5 digit range of winnings.

I'VE played fantasy football all my adult life and never once gave my ss number or paid UNCLE SAM a penny of tax off my winnings. And my wimnnings was 4 out of EVERY 5 leagues i played in until FBG came around and spoiled all of that.

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Posted 12 June 2009 - 07:39 PM


About every site I see wants my credit card details but when it comes time to pay up they're asking for SS details before mailing a cheque. Anyone know of sites which run decent stakes redraft leagues with no-hassle payouts?

Not sure if this will work but, it did go through for me one time on Bookmaker.com.After you sign into Paypal there should be a link on the left somewhere that says something like 'Debit Card Plugin' or whatnot.Click that and you can basically generate a temporary debit card number, expiration date and CVC code to use pretty much anywhere online. You'll just hafta hope that they accept them. Most online merchants do save for sports books, because after a few deposits Bookmaker.com wouldn't take mine anymore. But you can use it all over the Internet for stuff so it's definitely worth a shot! :)

That must be a new Paypal Feature, thanks for Info!! :lmao:




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