Just curious if anything like ever happened to any of our board members. My wife and I were at an Atlantic City Casino on January 12th. She inserted a $ 75.00 cash out voucher into a slot machine. The voucher failed to register and no credits appeared on the game. She pressed the service button and the fun begins. The first service rep does not have a clue. Service rep number 2 comes on the scene, and still nothing. So then a a supervisor decides that the funds were already played. They opened the machine and could not find anything. Bottom line they said they would advise us of their findings. Seven days , no response. I filed a formal complaint with the NewJersey Gaming Enforcement Division, so I can't mention the name of the casino which is a Boardwalk property. At the same casino in August , a lady siting next to me inserted a $ 100.00 bill into a slot and nothing happened. She was adamant with the service reps as they insisted no money was inserted. I stayed next to her as a witness. Finally after an hour they opened the machine and discovered that the bill stacker malfunctioned and pushed the bill through without registering . They treated the lady like crap, looked at me like an idiot and did not apologize when they found the bill in the back of machine housing. Have any of you encountered this situation? Feels lie a Twilight Zone issue to me. Update : subsequent to the post I received a call from a New Jersey Gaming Enforcement Agent. Very nice lady , wanted to know if the Casino had responded in any way. By her tone i could tell she's been down this route before. We are not trying scam a casino for $ 75.00, but this is not acceptable. The gaming agent appeared annoyed that the casino did not give my wife a form or take any written action. It seems there is a state regulation in effect for these situations.