Do You Trust MyPaylinq? (please post why or why not)

takethemoney

Banned User - Chargebacks at Slotastic
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Apr 14, 2004
Location
Washington
I have a MPL account and had a huge amount of frustration because I could never withdraw more than my deposits for the first 30 days of membership. I posted elsewhere about how this effected me, but I had a huge amount of money in there at a point, but could not withdraw any of it, basically. Now that I am clear of their ridiculous "30 day rule", what happens if I try and withdraw now. How quickly does one get their money? I've heard tales of them slowing it down, just as bad as some of the casinos do.
 

ksb11

Dormant account
Joined
May 10, 2009
Location
Wait'n for a payout!
I have a MPL account and had a huge amount of frustration because I could never withdraw more than my deposits for the first 30 days of membership. I posted elsewhere about how this effected me, but I had a huge amount of money in there at a point, but could not withdraw any of it, basically. Now that I am clear of their ridiculous "30 day rule", what happens if I try and withdraw now. How quickly does one get their money? I've heard tales of them slowing it down, just as bad as some of the casinos do.

I definitely do not trust MPL because 1) The historical evidence that online wallets that cater to the USA have largely failed. 2) MPL knows this and still continue to run a casino wallet business. 3) They don't have a 800 number, which I think every legitimate business should have. 4) The reason that frustrates you, not being able to get YOUR money when you want it. IMO
 

rockycatt

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Oct 26, 2008
Location
Boston
i started to get into it but put it on hold it's still on hold im thinking it's what you are referring to plus isn't there some sizable fees any way it wasn't that appealing to me
 

takethemoney

Banned User - Chargebacks at Slotastic
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Location
Washington
i started to get into it but put it on hold it's still on hold im thinking it's what you are referring to plus isn't there some sizable fees any way it wasn't that appealing to me

They charge about 7%, if I remember right. That immediately lowers your RTP, no matter what casino you play at. At present, that is about he only option for me to deposit at iNetbet...I think. They will not take credit cards from my area.
 

pmutts

Dormant account
PABnonaccred
Joined
Sep 23, 2011
Location
North Texas
Trust? No one in this industry implicitely!

That being said, my experience with Mypaylinq over the past year has been nothing less than committed to on their website. As an American, we have fewer options all the way around. Sure they charge a fee but we all pay fees to play online.

As for withdrawals, I have never made one with them--but they are neither fast nor cheap. Just make sure you don't allow any significant balance to remain in your paylinq account or any other web wallet if you are an American. You NEVER know when the ball will drop. Much better to deposit any payouts to mypaylinq quickly into your favorite "trusted" casino accounts and leave it there until you can hopefully catch a win that you can cash out for real.
 

rockycatt

meistercatt
Joined
Oct 26, 2008
Location
Boston
I have a MPL account and had a huge amount of frustration because I could never withdraw more than my deposits for the first 30 days of membership. I posted elsewhere about how this effected me, but I had a huge amount of money in there at a point, but could not withdraw any of it, basically. Now that I am clear of their ridiculous "30 day rule", what happens if I try and withdraw now. How quickly does one get their money? I've heard tales of them slowing it down, just as bad as some of the casinos do.


ive never used it but ,,, is western union a option for you
 

osulle

Paleo Meister (means really, really old)
CAG
mm1
mm4
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Jun 19, 2009
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In my head
my paylinq

ive never used it but ,,, is western union a option for you
I have an account with them. It was much easier to verify than OKAY Pay. That said I think in my area the only withdraw option is western union. I like them so far however I have yet had to withdraw so we will see what happens at that point.
 

coenie

Non-Gambler
PABnonaccred
Joined
Dec 9, 2009
Location
The Netherlands
I dont trust them

No I would not trust them with my own money.

Once I logged in with "username:test" and "password:test" and was logged in into their admin page where I could see everyones ID's money and processing channels. I talked to livechat and they changed it the same day, still very unprofessional if you ask me. Happened about 3/4 months ago.

,Coenie
 

shanmach

Dormant account
Joined
Aug 19, 2009
Location
United States
I have an account but ...

No I don't trust leaving any $$'s in MPL at all.

The only reason I use them is for small wins, being in the US most places you have to win $350 plus in order to withdrawal at all if you don't have a wallet. So I opened an account with MPL simply to be able to cash out smaller amounts won off free chips with 5 or 10x max cashouts.

It gives me a little here and there to be able to us to play at some RTG's - if I were to happen to win an amount of $500 plus I would definetly request the withdrawal via Check or ACH/Bank Wire ONLY if Check withdrawal was not available.

It is nice to have "a" wallet again for however long it last (which we all know too well they could close down tomorrow) but it is a way to receive a payout faster if I did happen to hit something small, than I have a little to use to play with without having to use the $$'s I set aside for entertainment and I don't have to deposit using a CC.

The most I have had at one time in MPL is $300 and I the longest I have help any funds in MPL was about 48-72 hours.

This way has worked for me so far - but I don't think I will ever trust any wallet again enough to actually request to have a large payout paid to the wallet, If lucky enough to win a decent amount I will request they send via Check.

Just my 2 cents ... :rolleyes:
 

pmutts

Dormant account
PABnonaccred
Joined
Sep 23, 2011
Location
North Texas
I completely agree

No I don't trust leaving any $$'s in MPL at all.

The only reason I use them is for small wins, being in the US most places you have to win $350 plus in order to withdrawal at all if you don't have a wallet. So I opened an account with MPL simply to be able to cash out smaller amounts won off free chips with 5 or 10x max cashouts.

It gives me a little here and there to be able to us to play at some RTG's - if I were to happen to win an amount of $500 plus I would definetly request the withdrawal via Check or ACH/Bank Wire ONLY if Check withdrawal was not available.

It is nice to have "a" wallet again for however long it last (which we all know too well they could close down tomorrow) but it is a way to receive a payout faster if I did happen to hit something small, than I have a little to use to play with without having to use the $$'s I set aside for entertainment and I don't have to deposit using a CC.

The most I have had at one time in MPL is $300 and I the longest I have help any funds in MPL was about 48-72 hours.

This way has worked for me so far - but I don't think I will ever trust any wallet again enough to actually request to have a large payout paid to the wallet, If lucky enough to win a decent amount I will request they send via Check.

Just my 2 cents ... :rolleyes:


Which is pretty much what I already posted.
 
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