I have been reading the먹튀폴리스 payout threads at 2+2 every day and there is one member who is not giving up the fight. Well, there are hundreds of members who are not but Microbob – longtime 2+2er and online poker crime fighter – is keeping threads alive and pushing for non-blah answers. The forums at Twoplustwo.com have a sub section under Internet Poker for Lock Poker:
lock poker shutdownIt is here that Shane from Lock Poker does the bidding for Jennifer Larson, the CEO of the failing Lock Poker. Microbob is constantly pushing Shane and Lock Poker for a straight answer. Why are payouts taking 4-6+ months? When I read the threads I picture Shane sitting in front of a computer – which Jennifer has him chained to – with steam coming out of his ears. I mean, certainly spewing Lock Poker propaganda should not be this difficult. Why won’t Microbob and the others simply stop talking about Lock Poker’s amazing bi-annual payout payment processing and start playing at the tables? How is Lock Poker supposed to cover the cashout Grinder73983 made last December to buy his sick grandmother a great gift for her last Christmas on Earth if no one is contributing rake? Okay, I just made that last part up but certainly there is a story behind every cashout that Lock Poker has not paid. People need their money for a wide range of things: tuition money, crystal meth, a new car, prostitutes, grocery money…ect.
Revolution gaming network shut down 2013Since Lock Poker owes money to hundreds of thousands of poker players I am sure that at least one person has requested a cashout with one of those things at least once. Back on topic. There are thousands of posts on 2+2 about Lock Poker each week lately. Most of these posts are made by people who are concerned about their money at Lock Poker. Shane is the Lock Poker employee who answers these questions. His 2+2 username is ImJustShane. Microbob is a longtime poster at 2+2 who refused to have his questions ignored or deflected. Shane is pretty good at what he does. Ask him about a promotion or a bonus and he knows everything. Ask him if he thinks that it is safe to deposit on Judi OnlineLock Poker and he is the world’s foremost expert on all things Lock Poker. Ask him a simple question about the relationship about Lock Poker and the Revolution Gaming Network and he is just a low-level employee with no knowledge of what goes on at Lock Poker.
lock poker payouts 2013Ask him why Lock Poker takes 5+ months for WU payouts while other US poker sites send Western Union payouts in a few days he will not reply in any meaningful way. Lock Poker should change their name to Locked Account Poker. There are a number of players who have had their funds seized and their accounts locked. I suppose Blocked Account Poker would work too. I’m a big fan of Crock Poker myself. What about Jocked Your Money Poker? Jocked means to steal right? Idk about that one. I was just reading a thread about a player who has had over $10,000 stolen from him by Lock poker and Shane told the player to email him. The player stated that he has been emailing Shane and several other people at Lock Poker but never got a reply.
This is common at Lock. If you write them asking how to make a deposit they will write you back before the page has ever finished reloading after you hit the send button. If you ask about a 6 month payout they will reply after 5-10 days with a canned response. It takes around 20 emails before they promise to put you on this magical list of expedited payouts to shut you up. Being on the priority payout list at Lock Poker doesn’t seem to have an impact on withdrawal times.
Maybe they put the names on the list in a hat and pick 2-3 out per day to actually pay and then 2-3 more to determine whose accounts are going to be locked in order to pay the first 2-3. You have probably realized by now that this post doesn’t contain any useful information about Lock Poker. It is just a bunch of random thoughts about Lock Poker, Shane and 2+2. I had just finished an hour’s worth of reading at Twoplustwo and felt like writing but didn’t have a concrete subject in mind.