TLC Casino Enterprises, Inc., Four Queens, LLC dba Four Queens Hotel and Casino (Four Queens), and Vintage Vegas Gaming, LLC dba Binions Gambling Hall and Hotel (Binions)
ENDORSE RESPONSIBLE GAMING: At your request, we will provide you with information on our self-limit program. If you or anyone you know may have a problem gaming responsibly, please call the 24-hour Problem Gamblers Help Line at 1-800-522-4700.
I give Four Queens and/or Binions authorization to obtain and verify at various times as it deems reasonable my financial information (including but not limited to bank account balance information) and employment history from any source.
I represent that at the time I sign any marker, I have on deposit in accounts on which I am an authorized signatory for all purposes, without restriction, funds sufficient to pay such marker upon demand or presentment.
I acknowledge that irrespective of any gambling, debt collection or currency exchange laws in the country in which I reside, I have the ability and intent to legally pay through my bank or financial institution the funds represented by the markers signed by me, and I hereby waive any such laws that may otherwise prohibit or limit my obligations as provided herein.
I agree that each marker I sign is a separate transaction. If I receive the funds before I execute a marker, I will promptly sign a marker when presented to me, in the amount of the funds I received.
I agree that any credit granted to me may be suspended or revoked at any time and without notice by the Four Queens and/or Binions, and I hereby release the Four Queens and/or Binions, including its officers, employees and agents, from any and all claims, damages or losses that I may incur as a result of such credit being suspended or revoked.
To contact casino credit, call (702) 924-5263.
For the purposes of Nevada law, a credit instrument is identical to a personal check and may be deposited in or presented for payment to a bank or other financial institution on which the credit instrument is drawn. Willfully drawing or passing a credit instrument with the intent to defraud, including knowing that there are insufficient funds in an account upon which it may be drawn, is a crime in the State of Nevada which may result in criminal prosecution in addition to civil proceedings to collect the outstanding debt.