• Report: #451360

Complaint Review: Caesars Palace Las Vegas

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  • Submitted: Wed, May 13, 2009
  • Updated: Sun, June 13, 2010

  • Reported By:magna Utah
Caesars Palace Las Vegas
3570 Las Vegas Boulevard Las Vegas, Nevada U.S.A.

Caesars Palace Las Vegas Harassment, deceptive, thrown out, violated my rights, criminal Las Vegas Nevada

*General Comment: This is not the case...

*Author of original report: Caesars Palace Hotel Casino Complaint Harassment Gambling

*Consumer Comment: Sure..

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*Consumer Comment: Sure..

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*Consumer Comment: Sued them for what?

*Consumer Comment: Somehow I don't believe you

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I was kicked out of Caesars Palace after depositing $140,000 with their cashier. A few years ago my brother and I decided to go to Las Vegas to attend a car auction at Main Street Station. I purchased $140,000 in cashier checks from my business account at my bank "Guardian State Bank" and hoped by putting the funds on deposit with a casino we would get comped a room. Upon depositing these funds with Caesars Palace, I waited for the funds and after 30 minutes I was told the casino mamager wanted to speak to me in his office. He told me the checks were "fake". I asked him to call my bank in which he replied to me, "I'm going to count to three and when I get to three your going to jail". I took my cashiers checks and I left Caesars Palace vowing to never return again. I would advise all gamblers to stay far away from this joint. I could not have been treated any worse. Horrible treatment, I should have sued them but I just wanted to get to a hotel for my stay.

anonymous
magna, Utah
U.S.A.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/13/2009 06:52 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Caesars-Palace-Las-Vegas/Las-Vegas-Nevada-89109/Caesars-Palace-Las-Vegas-Harassment-deceptive-thrown-out-violated-my-rights-criminal-L-451360. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.

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#1 General Comment

This is not the case...

AUTHOR: EdwardLasVegas - (United States of America)

First off they do not make 10,000 chips they come in 5,000 which would make your story more fake. Second, do not involve the casino with your "purchase" if you deposit money to them they turn it into marker for you to gamble with, and gamble with only.
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Caesars Palace Hotel Casino Complaint Harassment Gambling

AUTHOR: anonymous - (U.S.A.)

All Caesars had to do was to call my bank and they would have verified the checks.

Since we had no hotel I then went to the Monte Carlo Casino with my brother. The funny thing is the Monte Carlo took like 60 seconds to confirm the cashiers checks I purchased that day from my bank. They gave me $140,000 in $10000 chips for the cashiers checks, 14 gold metal chips in all. I was wearing shorts so I carried 7 chips in each front pocket.

We went to the Main Street Station car auction and I purchased a 1960 red Cadillac Convertible with black leather for about $6700 in cash that I also brought with me. It looked great but it was a pile of crap. My brother purchased a 1957 Bel Air white with a 502 for like $10600. He tried to write a check, they would not take a check so I showed them the $10000 chips and they said they were fake. My brother and a man representing the auctioneer took 1 chip over to Binions Casino across the street and verified the chip was valid. They then took my brothers check.

After I arrived back at the Monte Carlo that afternoon, I was interrogated by the Monte Carlo Casino about trying to purchase a car with a gaming chip which is illegal. After the Monte Carlo questioned myself and my brother, the truth came out that I was just showing that I had the money and that my brother had written a check, they apologized to me. Later that night I went to a blackjack table at the Monte Carlo Casino with a $5000 limit and gave the dealer their $10000 chip. He said the chip was fake, I couldn't believe it. I walked off laughing and went to bed.

The following day I called my friend and told him what happened. He asked me if I had enough money to place a bet for him on a college game. I have never made a sports bet in my life but I did. I put $10000 on a team I think Tulane that my friend suggested. He called and said to go collect. The sportsbook said I didn't cover so I called my friend and he said we won. I read him the ticket which was supposed to be like Texas and I had placed the bet on the wrong team which cost me $10000 and him $9090. He was as pissed as I but what can you do.

The same day I went to the high limit slots area and gave another $10000 chip to the gal with the change cart. She said she had never seen the chip and proceeded to take it to verify it. After 30 minutes of searching for her, I went to the cashiers booth where they confiscated the chip and redemed the chip for $10000 cash. I promptly lost $5000 playing the $25 and $100 slots I had enough losses for the day. When I left for home the Monte Carlo Casino gave me checks in the same denomination as I had brought which I found out is the law due to money laundering. I still have copies of the checks and the sports betting ticket that states $10000 to win $9090. All in all a losing trip for sure. Absolute true, feel free to give my your name and contact information and I will be happy to fax a copy of these items to prove it to you naysayers.

I ended up losing $10000 on a sports bet at the Monte Carlo and another $5000 at the slots so to say I was not willing to gamble is a lie. I think back on it and it is hard to believe except that I have the memories, my brothers word and written proof in the Monte Carlo Checks, the Monte Carlo sports betting ticket and somewhere the receipt for the 1960 Cadillac piece of crap.
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#3 Consumer Comment

Sure..

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

I seriously doubt this entire event even happened, because Casinos do not mess around. If they thought you had attempted to pass fake checks the manager would not have given you the checks back and to the count of 3 to get out. You would have been met by several very nice gentlemen making sure you were "treated right" on the way to jail.
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#4 Consumer Comment

Sure..

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

I seriously doubt this entire event even happened, because Casinos do not mess around. If they thought you had attempted to pass fake checks the manager would not have given you the checks back and to the count of 3 to get out. You would have been met by several very nice gentlemen making sure you were "treated right" on the way to jail.
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#5 Consumer Comment

Sure..

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

I seriously doubt this entire event even happened, because Casinos do not mess around. If they thought you had attempted to pass fake checks the manager would not have given you the checks back and to the count of 3 to get out. You would have been met by several very nice gentlemen making sure you were "treated right" on the way to jail.
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#6 Consumer Comment

Sure..

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

I seriously doubt this entire event even happened, because Casinos do not mess around. If they thought you had attempted to pass fake checks the manager would not have given you the checks back and to the count of 3 to get out. You would have been met by several very nice gentlemen making sure you were "treated right" on the way to jail.
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#7 Consumer Comment

Sued them for what?

AUTHOR: Inspector - (U.S.A.)

They can throw you out anytime they want. It's private property. And if your trying to pawn off bad or stolen checks then, I don't blame them.
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#8 Consumer Comment

Somehow I don't believe you

AUTHOR: Cherrieredd - (U.S.A.)

Seems like you were running a scan yourself. Taking $140,000 out of your BUSINESS account to put on deposit at a casino in "hopes" of getting a free room? I think there's more to this story. And knowing what I know of casinos, they are strict, well versed in scams, and can smell a rat a mile away. Were you intending on gambling with that money or just let it sit there to look good and get a free room? Sounds like they needed to boot you out. And if I was someone who did business with you and knew you were using business funds for something like this, I'd take my business elsewhere.
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