moneybookers

parny

Dormant account
Joined
Jun 12, 2006
Location
croatia
Hello, i have a question here...Ive been playing in this casino, and i saw they allow withdrawals to moneybookers and neteller. Since i cannot use neteller, ive created an account @ moneybookers.I was goin throo their FAQ n stuff, and everything was fine untill i saw:
FAQ:
What is considered a third party deposit?
If we receive funds from any bank account in somebody else's name with your Moneybookers ID stated in the reference field, it is considered a third party deposit. The same applies to deposits which originate from a company bank account for credit to a personal Moneybookers account and payments from a joint bank account, where your name is not shown as the account holder. Please note: Third party deposits are STRICTLY FORBIDDEN, i.e. Moneybookers cannot accept any deposits made to your Moneybookers account from a bank account held in a different name!

My question is, how can i use moneybookers to withdraw from my casino if moneybookers dont allow third party deposits? I mean, the casino will deposit to moneybookers account, and the casino IS a third party! Or have i understood this completly wrong? Please can someone explain?

Thank You !
 

winbig

Keep winning this amount.
Joined
Mar 10, 2005
Location
Pennsylvania
parny said:
If we receive funds from any bank account in somebody else's name with your Moneybookers ID stated in the reference field, it is considered a third party deposit. The same applies to deposits which originate from a company bank account for credit to a personal Moneybookers account and payments from a joint bank account, where your name is not shown as the account holder.

Read a little more closer. They're talking about initial funds into your account, not casino winnings that are put back into it.

For example, a 3rd party deposit would be using your friends bank account to deposit funds into your MB acct to play at a casino. :thumbsup:
 

parny

Dormant account
Joined
Jun 12, 2006
Location
croatia
yeah but my moneybookers account is empty, i just created it... if a casino deposits money to my moneybookers account, wont that be "initial funds" :confused:

winbig wrote:"For example, a 3rd party deposit would be using your friends bank account to deposit funds into your MB acct to play at a casino" - this one i understand :)

Thanks winbig!
 

mucullus

Experienced Member
Joined
Apr 21, 2004
Location
Germany
If you receive money from a merchant (casino) this is technically just a transfer between two moneybookers accounts. A 3rd party deposit would only be applicable if the funding source is different from a moneybookers account (e.g. credit card, bank account).
 

The Watchdog

Dormant account
Joined
May 5, 2006
Location
Costa Rica
Exactly

When you request a payment through Neteller or Moneybookers, the casino is not making a deposit from their bank account in you your Moneybookers account. Is just a funds transfer from their account to yours.

Moneybookers works in a lot of ways very similar to Neteller. If you check Neteller's terms and conditions you will see that transfers between accounts are allowed as long as both accounts are registered or certified... don't remember the term they use.

Firepay works in a similar way, only that they blow:lolup:
 
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