More About Casino Eat And Run Verification
If you’ve never heard of Casino Eat and Run, the verification process lets you use your mobile devices to pick up the chips. The benefit is that the cashiers don’t have to handle your cash, which prevents theft. It also helps identify people if something gets stolen from a player or illegal activity is occurring near the casino. They offer two types of verification — a PIN code that needs to be entered on an app on your phone and a text message that verifies your own, said phone.
Anyway, Casino 먹튀검증 application is easy to use. You choose where you want to pick up your chips and register them. They provide a barcode that must be scanned to receive your chips. When you’re done playing, you walk over to a cashier who scans the barcode on your phone or your text message, and voilà — 50% of the chip’s value is deposited into your account. Once you leave, the cashiers scan the barcodes again, which deducts another 25%.
It’s fiscally responsible for those who wish to take their chips with them after a night of playing cards. It also helps their safety.
The problem is not what happened in February when a woman took off with $4,500 worth of chips. Police followed her to a house where she lived with other casino goers. She claims she lost track of the chips in the heat of the moment.
Lethal Recovery Solutions head Brett Watson says he caught wind of what allegedly occurred and was able to recover all but $600 from his friend Michael Muska, who allegedly threw them all in a dumpster behind a casino: “It was pretty amusing that I got to make off with $525.” Watson told CBC he drove around aimlessly for about two hours looking for Muska.
Watson then posted on Facebook that he found the missing chips. One of the missing chips was even used at Casino Eat and Run for a $50 wager, so technically, someone out there gambled with stolen chips.
The Woman was later charged with theft. Police say whoever took the chips in February still hasn’t come forward, and they’re still investigating this matter.
We’ve never heard of an app having to prove its worth after a theft, so it’s certainly a first. The Daily Mail’s headline reads: “Woman accused of stealing $4700 casino chips on her phone after she lost them playing poker.