Anyone use Paylinq?

MyDogMick

Experienced Member
Joined
Sep 5, 2010
Location
USA
Just got this email from PAYLINQ

Dear Customer,

In light of recent developments within our industry regarding customer withdrawals and the difficulty we have encountered in moving funds into the U.S. to facilitate withdrawals, it is with much regret that MyPaylinQ will be suspending all United States customer withdrawals until further notice.

All customers with pending withdrawals currently in our system will be paid.

We will do our best to have all outstanding withdrawals processed within the next 2 weeks to 4 weeks.

We will continue to work diligently on your behalf to restore our U.S. market capabilities as soon as possible.

If you have any questions regarding a pending withdrawal please email cashier@mypaylinq.com.
 

Mousey

Ueber Meister Mouse
Joined
Sep 12, 2004
Location
Up$hitCreek
Another one bites the dust... :mad:

Please be careful with your money people. Just because something might be working today doesn't mean it will work tomorrow...
 

LisasLuck

Newbie member
Joined
Dec 29, 2005
Location
southern california
Just got this email from PAYLINQ

Dear Customer,

In light of recent developments within our industry regarding customer withdrawals and the difficulty we have encountered in moving funds into the U.S. to facilitate withdrawals, it is with much regret that MyPaylinQ will be suspending all United States customer withdrawals until further notice.

All customers with pending withdrawals currently in our system will be paid.

We will do our best to have all outstanding withdrawals processed within the next 2 weeks to 4 weeks.

We will continue to work diligently on your behalf to restore our U.S. market capabilities as soon as possible.

If you have any questions regarding a pending withdrawal please email cashier@mypaylinq.com.

can you blame them?
 

MaryJean

Dormant account
Joined
Jan 30, 2011
Location
Northern California
JUST IN FROM INETBET re: MYPAYLINQ

"This was the case with MyPaylinQ however a few days later it was resolved and they have full pay out options once again
It has not gone as you suggest. If you are having issues with them then please let us know and we can look into these for you"

I had questioned the casino about an alternative since MPQ had closed and this was their reply a few minutes ago.
 

anniemac

Ueber Meister
PABnoaccred
MM
Joined
Jan 30, 2007
Location
Texas, USA
I don't know about withdrawals from MyPayLinq but I used them this weekend for depositing. Worked fine for me.
 

slotomatic

Registered
Joined
Feb 19, 2007
Location
usa
I apologize in advance for bumping an old thread, but I do so because one of the places I play suggested mypaylinq as the only way to cash out less than $100. Are they safe/still processing WDs for US players? or at very least, can we WD from a casino to mypaylinq and then redeposit that $ into another casino using their service?
 

cheetahwind

Senior Member
Joined
Aug 16, 2009
Location
Iowa
Well this is my thought, having any money at all right now in an eWallet isn't very safe. Especially if your in the US and looking for ways to deposit and withdrawal. Mainly because look at Moneyline Wallet (granted a shady operation from the get go but still), QuickTender, and even eWalletExpress just to name a few. They gained the trust of a few users and then eventually ran off with there funds. Whether intentionally or via a federal bust.
So really in my opinion, playing at any casino that doesn't offer a mail you a check or a wire transfer option. Isn't very a good bet, and probably is in my opinion a sign of a shady operation.
Just mainly because look at the pure amount of eWallets shut down over the past 2 years.
So for a short answer is, mainly because of the issues surrounded by MyPaylinq from the beginning as well. I would say look for something else besides them. Ask the casino if they'll directly wire your money for you. If they don't, more than likely there not very US friendly anyways, but that's just my 2 cents.
 
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