MrGreen charging for deposits

colinsunderland

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Just letting people know MrGreen have joined the list of casinos who now charge you for spending your money with them, seems to be £1.25 for card deposits, e-wallets are still free.

Don't know about others but I won't pay a fee to let me play at a casino, really can't see the reasoning behind this. Yes its only £1.25 but its the principle, its the main reason I don't play at Rizk, and its just cost MrGreen a £100 deposit from me tonight, and all future card deposits I would have made.
 

osulle

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Just letting people know MrGreen have joined the list of casinos who now charge you for spending your money with them, seems to be £1.25 for card deposits, e-wallets are still free.

Don't know about others but I won't pay a fee to let me play at a casino, really can't see the reasoning behind this. Yes its only £1.25 but its the principle, its the main reason I don't play at Rizk, and its just cost MrGreen a £100 deposit from me tonight, and all future card deposits I would have made.

They can feck right off. Casinos that charge you extra for the privilege of losing your deposit. Charging you for a withdrawal is fair if it's a reasonable amount but I am not happy about that. But casinos that charge you or a deposit can get lost in my book:p
 

judgenico

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i seem to recall my last play at guts i was charged for both deposit and withdrawal, surprising considering they have such high praise here on the forum
will def think hard about where i play next time
 
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