The Mirage Casino-Hotel, LLC ("Mirage") ENDORSES RESPONSIBLE GAMING: At your request, we will provide you with information on our self-limit program. We will also cancel or limit your access to marker signing privileges at your written request. We reserve the right to administratively self-limit you. If you or anyone you know may have a problem gaming responsibly, please call the 24-hour Problem Gamblers HelpLine at 1-800-522-4700.
I give Mirage authorization to obtain and verify at various times as it deems reasonable my financial information (including but not limited to account balance information) and employment history from any sources. I further consent to and acknowledge that the information on this application (as well as subsequent information obtained by Mirage) and my financial and account experiences and transitions with Mirage, may be shared among Mirage and with their business partners, which may share such information with other third parties.
I understand that certain Mirage subsidiaries are considered to be financial institutions under the United States' Bank Secrecy Act and are subject to State of Nevada gaming and other laws. As such, I agree that information on this Marker Limit Application and other information Mirage may obtain about me, (including but not limited to my permanent address and SSN or passport information) may be used by Mirage to comply with Mirage’s obligations under both federal and state law.
As a condition to being granted marker limit privileges, I agree to sign credit instruments, AKA markers or checks (hereinafter "markers") in the amount of the funds (e.g. chips, cash, tokens, etc.) issued to me. Further, I authorize Mirage to complete any of the following information on those markers: (1) name of payee, (2) a date, (3) name, account number and/or address of any of my banks and financial institutions, (4) electronic encoding of the above, and (5) as otherwise authorized by law. The information inserted may be for any account from which I now or may in the future have the right to withdraw funds, regardless of whether that account now exists, and whether I provided the information on the account to the Mirage and its affiliates. I agree that the marker does not become a negotiable instrument until such time as Mirage inserts information necessary to transform the marker into a negotiable instrument, which time I agree may be subsequent to the date that I signed the marker. 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 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 given to Mirage. I also acknowledge that an independent agent collecting front money deposits or payments on my outstanding balance is my agent and not an agent for Mirage.
I agree that each marker I sign is a separate transaction. If I receive the funds before I execute a marker, I promptly will sign a marker when presented to me in the amount of the funds I received.
I agree (a) to pay all costs of collection, including attorney's fees, (b) to waive any requirements of presentment (c) that the debt for which this credit instrument is issued was incurred in the State of Nevada (d) that Nevada law exclusively applies to this credit instrument and the enforcement thereof and (e) submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of any court, state or federal, in the State of Nevada.
I agree that the information set forth above and information i may provide in the future to Mirage is, and will be, true and accurate to the best of my knowledge.
"Warning: 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."