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Payout Limits Correction LeoVegas withdrawal limit

Discussion in 'Accredited Casinos Updates' started by Matti, Sep 26, 2015.

    Sep 26, 2015
  1. Matti

    Matti Senior Member MM

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    In their review it states €30.000. That now seems to be changed to €20.000 or is it different in different markets?

    2.5.5 For Your protection, You may only withdraw the maximum amount of 200 000 SEK (or the equivalent) per month, unless a larger amount has been agreed with LeoVegas.

    There is also another paragraf that potentially set the limit to €10.000 per month.

    2.5.9 Upon requesting a withdrawal of amounts exceeding 1 000 000 SEK, LeoVegas reserves the right to payout the requested amount in equal installments during ten (10) months with one payout each calendar month.
     
  2. Sep 26, 2015
  3. chiya

    chiya Experienced Member PABnononaccred

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    What I'm more curious about where's the statement of these limits not applying to JP, if there are any? Imagine if someone won a few mil JP and would have to wait an year - or more, to receive the money.
     
  4. Sep 26, 2015
  5. Matti

    Matti Senior Member MM

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    The progressive jackpots are usually paid directly from the game provider to the player, except for Playtech, which they don't have.

    There are however local jackpots that might be affected by this limitation I guess.
     
  6. Sep 26, 2015
  7. Matti

    Matti Senior Member MM

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  9. Tirilej

    Tirilej On a Break

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    You just have to keep posting this twice a year, until Bryan finally make the changes :D


    It's ok to be a little senile at your age...
     
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