Didn't get much, played a little, then when I quit using my card you sent me a better offer in the mail (again) to come back and enjoy a FREE Buffet, a discounted Email Database room or even show tickets." Please see reason number 10 again, I think we definitely spotted a trend. I find this incredible because most jurisdictions will only archive old accounts, not Email Database delete them. Where are the check s and balances of duplicate player records? Although I will admit, it is fun to listen to the scammers broadcast a triumphal boasts on how they duped The establishment.
Ok, maybe not. 6. I lost it/I forgot it. Having to have lost your card or forgetting to bring your card implies they once had to have a card. Chances are, Nope, nada, no Email Database way. They are just too uneasy to say "No thanks." Ever wonder why they won't give you their name so you can reprint another card or give you their license (which, "Oops must have left that in the Email Database room too."). They could easily be placed in any other category of excuse on this list. 5. I only play tables. We've all heard it numerous times, "We don't have a table tracking system, it's too hard to track players consistently.
Again, loosely translated, the pit supervisor didn't manually rate or enter the players rated card into the system. Why? Could be a number of reasons, but it's no Email Database excuse. Tier your table player's offers and rewards against other table players; don't compare them to slot players. The Golden Rule, you have to bet big to win big in tables...big table action deserves big rewards, not slot free play and not just a match play- although that's a start. Don't get me Email Database started on table hold percentages either, I'm just the messenger. 4. I don't play enough. This would actually be a valid excuse if a casino didn't offer "Hot Seat Random" drawings, discounted rooms, double, triple point days and discounted meals by just being a FREE member.