Get Your Money Back From Win River!

Get Your Money Back From Win River!

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Saint Bernard

Redding, CA

#1 Jun 5, 2012
Public service announcement.
Have you ever lost money at the Win River Casino? I don't mean playing the slots, or at the tables, or even at bingo. Have you dropped money by accident? If you go to the casino security officers, and tell them when you lost the money, and how much you lost, they will get it back for you. The casino security are ernest and forceful folks, and they will get your money back any way possible.
You have to hurry, because they won't be doing it very long.
The best way to approach them is to point out that you heard that someone lost money a week, or ten days before, and they went after it with Zeal and determination. So, if they did it for one person, then they should do it for everyone.
Over the last six years, I dropped three One Hundred dollar bills, in there. Not all at the same time, but it happens when I'm not careful. I am waiting for their call telling me my money is there.
Get there quick, but tell all your friends that they are doing this, and tell them to hurry down there, because if they get flooded too soon, it will take that much longer for them to get to you.
This is not a joke. They are getting people's money back that they accidently dropped, and didn't pick up all by themselves. Hurry down there!

Tell 'em the Saint sent you!
Trixter

Redding, CA

#2 Jun 6, 2012
Does it matter how much cash you lost? I mean, does it Have to be a hundred dollars, or more? Or will they get my twenty dollar bill back for me?
I don't mind losing money to my favorite slots, but to drop it like that was just stupid.
Saint Bernard

Redding, CA

#3 Jun 6, 2012
Gee, I think they'd make an effort to get your twenty dollars back. I mean, like I said, if they do it for one person, then they should do it for Everyone, right?
Besides, I doubtt that anyone would notice losing a singhle dollar bill, unless it was their only dollar bill, you know? But twenty dollars should be big enough for them to make the effort. I think it's a nice public service they're supplying. I mean. a body must feel like an absolute dope to lose a twenty6, fifty, or hundred dollar bill, and the only thing worse than that is having everybody find out that you were that stupid. But, if you lost it on the floor at the casino, and their security went out and got it back for you, wouldn't that be nice?
I found a purse there once, settiung between the slot machines. I didn't even touch the thing. I sat there and waved over a security guard and pointed it out to him. He asked if I was sure that someone lost it, or if they had just gine to the bathroom. I told him that I had been there for more than forty minutes, and It was there when I sat down. Nobody had been at the carrel for awhile. IU was watching it because the game I was playing was one of my favorites at the time. I was surprised that it sat empty for so long before I cashed out of the game I was playing to move over to that game.(it was the 'wild cherries' game, with the wild cherry being wild on the line, or within one slot of it. A fun game, because you can play for a long time on just twenty bucks if the machine is hot. I never won the grand prize on it, but enjoyed the game as long as they had it there. sadly, it's gone now) Anyway, I practically had to twist the security guy's arm to get him to take the purse back to the security desk.
A lady left her purse by a game I was playing once, and she ran back, grabbed the bag, and rifled throught it quickly to see if anything was missing. She was glaring at me the whole time, as if I was the one that made her stupid enough to leave her bag in the first place.
Truth

Redding, CA

#4 Jun 7, 2012
OK, I heard the head of security, after pulling the guy aside, tell the man that 'someone lost a hundred dollar bill a week or ten daiys ago, and we think that you're the one that picked it up.' The man said he found a dollar, and didn't think anything of it. The security guy said,'We want you to pay back the hundred, ro leave this esyablishment.' The man left.
Well, how can they prove that the man picked up the hundred, and why would they believe that the person who said they lost it? Any way you look at it, it doesn't add up. First, if you lose money, then you lose money. Like Forrest Gump said,'Stupid is as Stupid does.'
Also, why chase it down after a week or ten days? I think the time limit for something like that is a day, maybe two. Anything longer than that is like a vendetta against the guy who founmd it. Is the win river casino going to kick everybody out that 'found' a dollar on the floor? And why go to such lengths for one idiot who probably has a habit of losing money?
Anyway, like I said, if they're going to go to such lengths, for one person, then they should do it for everybody. So, if you lost money on the floor at the casino, go tell the security that you want the same effort to get your money back that they went through for the person who 'lost' their mony two oir three weeks ago.
It's only fair, and if they don't do this for you, then they are playing favorites with certain people, and if they do it one way, then what's stpooing them from doing it in other ways?
Demand that they get yourt money back from Whenever you lost it. If they do it for one, they should do it for everyone, or not do it at all.
Another truth. My wife and I celebrated one of our anniversaries there one year, and during the course of the evening, we dropped a hundred dollar bill. I went to security and told them what happened, and they laughed.'That's too bad.' one of them said, and they walked away.

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