Has anyone had to fill out a W-9 before when cashing out chips at the cage? The amount I cashed out was $9125, well below the CTR threshold. I have made countless cashouts for large amounts at various casinos, but last night I was asked to fill out a W-9. They did not furnish me a copy of the document, and kept it for their records. They took a copy of my license, SSN, address, and players card. Funny how they don't require anything when you drop 10k+ at the tables, but when you want to cash out they bring out all the stops. (except for asking for your social). I was so tired and just wanted to leave and get my money, that I didn't inquire as to why they wanted all that information. Looking back I probably should have protested, but was too tired and had terrible neck pain that I just needed bed. I suspected the casino thought they may need to do a CTR, but weren't sure, so they wanted to have all the necessary information should they have to do it. But my license and address they already had anyways on my players card so I'm a little baffled. Anyway, has anyone had similar experience?