BeatYa online? Unknown payment to them on bank statement

EmilyEmma

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Hi,
Not been active on here for a while but have just checked my bank statement and I have an unknown transaction on there to BeatYa online. I don't recognise it from any of the online casinos I usually play at and google seems to just bring up some Spanish casino called Star vegas, which I know I've never played at and it doesn't accept UK anyway.
Can anyone shed any light on this, please?
 

brianmon

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Hi,
Not been active on here for a while but have just checked my bank statement and I have an unknown transaction on there to BeatYa online. I don't recognise it from any of the online casinos I usually play at and google seems to just bring up some Spanish casino called Star vegas, which I know I've never played at and it doesn't accept UK anyway.
Can anyone shed any light on this, please?
I had a recent transaction on my statement from Beatya. It was for a deposit at Admiral casino.
Beatya is owned bt Greentube, who also own Admiral Casino and Bellfruit casino.
So it's probably legit
 

bamberfishcake

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I had a recent transaction on my statement from Beatya. It was for a deposit at Admiral casino.
Beatya is owned bt Greentube, who also own Admiral Casino and Bellfruit casino.
So it's probably legit
Thank you so much; you are right, it is from Admiral. I just panicked as prior to this deposits have always come out under Admiral Casino.

Just found Admiral Casino and was thinking of trying them. A quick search brought me to this thread.

Mind if i pick your brains for any reasons not to play there or anything to watch out for?
 

colinsunderland

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Just found Admiral Casino and was thinking of trying them. A quick search brought me to this thread.

Mind if i pick your brains for any reasons not to play there or anything to watch out for?
You can pick mine.
They are an absolute nightmare to deal with. When things work they are great. My old card expired (note expired not lost/stolen/replaced) and even though they know it's expired and my last 10 or so deposits were using Skrill, they wanted to do the withdrawal back to it. So I had it removed, and apparently as my net deposits were highest with that card, and despite doing numerous deposits using Skrill, I can only withdraw via bank transfer. That would be fine, if their provider allowed bank transfers to Revolut, but they don't, so can't withdraw to the card as it's been removed (even if I wanted to), can't withdraw to Skrill and can't withdraw to bank.
Support is terrible, taking 2-3 days to reply to messages telling me my only option is bank transfer, despite it bouncing back 3 times now.
 

brianmon

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You can pick mine.
They are an absolute nightmare to deal with. When things work they are great. My old card expired (note expired not lost/stolen/replaced) and even though they know it's expired and my last 10 or so deposits were using Skrill, they wanted to do the withdrawal back to it. So I had it removed, and apparently as my net deposits were highest with that card, and despite doing numerous deposits using Skrill, I can only withdraw via bank transfer. That would be fine, if their provider allowed bank transfers to Revolut, but they don't, so can't withdraw to the card as it's been removed (even if I wanted to), can't withdraw to Skrill and can't withdraw to bank.
Support is terrible, taking 2-3 days to reply to messages telling me my only option is bank transfer, despite it bouncing back 3 times now.
If the card has just expired and been replaced and is still attached to the same bank account. Then you can still withdraw to that original card. I've often had to withdraw to visa cards that have been superseded by a new one and never had a problem.
 

brianmon

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Just found Admiral Casino and was thinking of trying them. A quick search brought me to this thread.

Mind if i pick your brains for any reasons not to play there or anything to watch out for?
Never had any problems with Admiral.
They do send out no-deposit freespins very frequently most have only 1x wagering. BUT wagering can only be done with cash.
I usually play all the spins they send me, and if I make £10-£20 from them, it's worth me making a small deposit and wagering the necessary amount to release the winnings. if not, I've lost nothing other than a few minutes of my time.
 

colinsunderland

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If the card has just expired and been replaced and is still attached to the same bank account. Then you can still withdraw to that original card. I've often had to withdraw to visa cards that have been superseded by a new one and never had a problem.
I removed it from my account and it can't be added back as it's expired, thats what the problem is, and the new card has a completely different card number, so it won't allow a withdrawal back to that one :(
 

brianmon

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I removed it from my account and it can't be added back as it's expired, thats what the problem is, and the new card has a completely different card number, so it won't allow a withdrawal back to that one :(
It won't matter about the card number, so long as it's from the same account as the replacement card, and Admiral have still got the details of the card
 

colinsunderland

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It won't matter about the card number, so long as it's from the same account as the replacement card, and Admiral have still got the details of the card
No, it was removed from my Admiral account, and the system won't allow it to be added back as it's expired :(
 
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