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    imgv94
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    Urgent! Need Full Tilt Bonus Code?

    Urgent! Need Full Tilt Bonus Code? ASAP

    Thanks!!

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    im, I am gonna move this to the poker section.

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    I forgot we have a poker section. Thanks ILLusion. always
    got my back!! Do you have a code?

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    Its ok I got it. Aces77

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    Quote Originally Posted by imgv94
    Its ok I got it. Aces77
    what size bonus did you get?

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    100%

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    Quote Originally Posted by imgv94
    100%
    up to how much? how many raked hands until you get it? sounds cool, i have been personally been playing straight for cash so that i can come and leave as i please.......a few sites just add a small amnt to my balance

    GL

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    Couple of sites i know of for reviews and codes:
    Pokernews
    Pokerlistings

    AND LAST BUT BY NO WAY LEAST, OUR SPONSOR:
    POKERROOMREVIEW

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    It takes a while to earn the bonus. They release it when you reach a certain amount of points. What's your username gv?

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    It's imgv94.

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    The fulltilt bonus clears really slow at low limits... it translate into .06 for each dollar in rake (non-contributed)... if you play higher limits it diffently comes quicker... I just cleared a reload (of $300) in about a week at about 6-7 hours a day... I usually play two 1/2 NL games and one or two multi-table tourneys or SnG (less then $20) at time...

    also bonuswhores.com is a real good site if you want to find app. how much per hour you make at certain limits with bonuses...

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    Take this for what it's worth. I can't understand why anyone would sign up anywhere without getting a rakeback deal if possible.

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    Always get rakeback if at all possible... Oh, just as an FWI their customer support is terrible... I've had to wait two days for responses and once took about six emails to get a reload that was promised by support during a system outage that prevented me from getting it... Also no phone support...

    But I still play there everyday because I love the tourneys there... But everything usually gets resolved, and, your money is safe there, so it is a fairly good place to play...

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    Just looked at pokerroomreview.com and saw that the gave Fulltilt an A on customer services... I'm going to do a email test and post it here because I know this isn't valid...

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    text of the email just sent

    << My user name is XXXXXXX. I was wonder if I could get the hand histories from the last two days of my play emailed to me. Thanks,

    XXXXX XXXX >>
    Last edited by LVHerbie; 03-12-06 at 06:50 AM.

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    I know I sent them an email and it took them 16 hours to answer it. I
    didn't like that.

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    any site without a phone number should never get a A for customer service regardless of how fast they email. I recently emailed eurobet.com(pokerroom.com skin) as i was gonna sign up .......unreal they took 3days to reply and on top of that didnt answer , they sent me the email address of someone in their banking dept. (my question was what are the different methods for deposit) as there site was vague. If they treat potential customers like this could only imagine how they treat you when your signed up

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottyy11
    any site without a phone number should never get a A for customer service regardless of how fast they email.
    well said

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    update on my test email - day 1 - no response...

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottyy11
    any site without a phone number should never get a A for customer service regardless of how fast they email.
    I'm going to disagree with you and Biggs here. Pokerstars support is strictly e-mail, but there is no better available anywhere. They're efficient, competent, and empowered to actually help rather than just boot you up to some manager. There are rooms which offer terrible e-mail support, and in those cases a telephone option is essential, but in my opinion, an A is an A.

    Here's my latest CS horror story. One Thursday recently I got an e-mail from a room with a "come back to play" offer. They offered some money and a seat in a big-dollar tourney which was scheduled for the coming Sunday. All I had to do was log in and claim my seat, etc. Okay, I bit. I had been gone so long that I had forgotten my password so I emailed them asking for a reset or instructions on how I could retrieve my old PW (no phone option).

    They promptly answered my the Tuesday after the tourney was held. With a form letter. Asking me to fax a list of documents. Never mind...but thanks Gaming Club; I'll be sure to spread the good word.

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    day two update - no response

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    They must not like you.

    I emailed them last night to report someone spamming the observer chat at a table. They replied thanking me within a few hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuickLearner
    They must not like you.

    I emailed them last night to report someone spamming the observer chat at a table. They replied thanking me within a few hours.
    Still haven't heard from them... I'm sure they see that all the time (concerning observer chat) and have a form response ready to go... I asked for something that actually takes a little time to put together... hense the delay... going to fire second email asking for the same information again...

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    text of second email -

    << Hi,

    My username on Fulltilt is *****. On March 11th I requested the last two days of hand histories and have not received any response from support. Thus, I'm making this request (hand histories from March 9th to March 11th) a second time. Thank you,

    Aaron ****

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    After my second email I received a response (appr. 7 hours later) that they had no record of receiving my first email and because of the high frequency of my play it would take a few days to put together my request...

    Anyhow, why I'm willing to accept that my first email was lost or whatever I still think it is unexceptable to take 7 hours to respond to a simply support question when you offer no phone support... also. which was orginal attent of my post, clearly some of the info on ppr is outdated... which is kindof scary since they just went live a short time ago...

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    Believe me when I say that I'm not arguing with you here, but your bad experience doesn't necessarily mean that Full Tilt's support isn't any good. It means that you have a reason to not be happy with them. So just vote with your feet, withdraw your money, and then, if you're really concerned with improving them for the rest of us, send them an e-mail telling them why you left.

    My own experience there has left me satisfied with Full Tilt's customer service.....I only wish I could win there.

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    They promptly answered my the Tuesday after the tourney was held. With a form letter. Asking me to fax a list of documents. Never mind...but thanks Gaming Club; I'll be sure to spread the good word.
    Gaming Club is on the PRIMA network. Stay away, far away.

    LVHerbie, I agree with you 100%. Keep us posted on your email test. Maybe work with PRR to see what's going on. I've never used FullTilt, but they are on my shortlist of places I want to join next. I'm starting to get cold feet on FullTilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LVHerbie
    Anyhow, why I'm willing to accept that my first email was lost or whatever I still think it is unexceptable to take 7 hours to respond to a simply support question when you offer no phone support... also. which was orginal attent of my post, clearly some of the info on ppr is outdated... which is kindof scary since they just went live a short time ago...
    LV,

    We will retest FTP and adjust their rating accordingly, the data is not outdated, their email test was made in Feb. and they replied in 30 minutes to our test email.

    If they are taking 7 hours to reply to an email than something is very wrong with their support.

    If you disagree with something on our site, please feel free to contact us by emailing Help@PokerRoomReview.com and sharing your thoughts. There is no better feedback than player feedback.

    Warm regards,

    PokerRoomReview.com

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    email test response

    Hi,

    We just sent FTP a test email, below are the results. They answered in under an hour, this was performed during the early evening hours, we will continue with further tests and various hours to see how they respond at different times.

    We will keep you updated on further results.

    Warm regards,

    PokerRoomReview.com
    ________________________________________ ___
    Sent an email at 5:59 pm
    Hi,

    Can you please tell me what if any bonus i have coming to me for my last
    deposit and also please send me my game logs for my account, if you
    could
    include my deposit history, that would be great.

    I was thinking of making another deposit, what sort of bonus could i
    get?
    Also do you have a frequent player point program of any kind?

    Your help is greatly apreciated.

    Warm regards,
    XXXX

    Account: 'XXXXXXXXX'

    ________________________________________ _______
    Received reply to our email at 6:52 pm
    Hello XXXX,

    Thanks for writing in.

    Your first deposit on our site has qualified for our 100% initial
    deposit bonus. In order for your bonus money to accrue, you must earn a
    certain number of points. You can find out the full information on
    unlocking your bonus here:

    www.fulltiltpoker.com/depositBonusDetails.php

    Basically, for every dollar raked from a pot that you are dealt cards
    for (you don't have to win the pot), you'll earn $0.06 towards your
    bonus. You can earn up to $18 per hundred hands playing in the cash
    games.

    For every dollar of rake that you pay in a tournament or Sit & Go,
    you'll earn 7 Full Tilt Points, or $0.42 towards your bonus. For
    example, a $50+5 tournament will earn you $2.10 towards your deposit
    bonus.

    You also will have a limited amount of time to work off your bonus.
    Click on "BONUS ACCOUNT" under the cashier window to view information on
    any of your pending bonuses.

    You'll note that the bonus is released incrementally, and contains the
    activated and expiration date. The bonus amount will be automatically
    credited to your Bonus Account where it will be held and released to
    your cash account in increments of 10% or $20.00, whichever is less. So
    if you do a one-time deposit of $100, your bonus will be released into
    your account with each $10 you earn. If you deposit $200 or more, your
    increments will be $20.00 not 10%. At three points per hand, each of
    these increments can be earned in fewer than four hours of play at one
    table.

    Unfortunately we cannot provide a record of all of your hands so far,
    however, I have attached a record of your last 150 hands.

    You can obtain a hand history by clicking the "options" tab in your full
    tilt software, then the "hand history" tab. Then make sure that the
    "save my hand histories" box has a checkmark in it. This will enable
    your histories to be saved to your computer.

    You may change the file that the histories are saved to by clicking the
    "change folder" button in the same box that appears.

    I have also attached your deposit history. Please note that you can view
    your transaction history by logging into your FTP account and clicking
    on Cashier / History / Past Transactions.

    Unfortunately we are not running our 50% reload bonus at this time,
    therefore your next deposit will not qualify for a bonus. However,
    please keep checking our promotions page at
    www.fulltiltpoker.com/news.php as it is very likely that we will
    run this popular promotion again.

    Regarding your inquiry into a frequent player bonus program, we do not
    have a frequent player program specifically, however, your real money
    play on our site earns you Full Tilt points that can be used to purchase
    Full Tilt Products from our store or to enter certain tournaments. For
    more information on Full Tilt points please visit our site at
    www.fulltiltpoker.com/fullTiltPoints.php

    If you have any other questions or concerns, please let us know, and
    best of luck on the tables!

    Regards,

    Irina
    Team Full Tilt

    ________________________________________ ______

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    This is very good speed, especially for fulltilt. Anyone can do a quick search at other poker forums to see this was not always the case. In fact about a month ago you would actually get a response saying that they are backed up and expect delays... Anyhow I been here for awhile (joined shortly after the startup and their game/tourney selection is defiently improving... So I'm glad to see they have hired additional personal, or whatever, to keep up with the increased demand on the site, and things are improving...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LVHerbie
    This is very good speed, especially for fulltilt. Anyone can do a quick search at other poker forums to see this was not always the case. In fact about a month ago you would actually get a response saying that they are backed up and expect delays... Anyhow I been here for awhile (joined shortly after the startup and their game/tourney selection is defiently improving... So I'm glad to see they have hired additional personal, or whatever, to keep up with the increased demand on the site, and things are improving...
    We will keep at it at different times and different kinds of support questions to be sure that this is actually their average time.

    Warm regards,
    PokerRoomReview.com

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