PayPal and online eWallets

Dave182

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Other regulator often give some new regulations and date when these need to be implemented and if not, you breach regulations, very simple. If you just tell operators to do something and not giving exact date when it need to be done, no surprise that many are not in hurry with it.

Would it have been so difficult to give that exact date like one or two weeks from moment operators receive communication? Then send communication which you change quite fast after is just making operators really confused wtf they want and which is final version... That one hour interaction part especially had to be re-phrased when even there somebody realized that interacting all who are logged in one hour to gambling site is bit non-sense.

It's just abit of a joke really with regards to the reverse withdrawal. As for the 1hr warning alot of sites already have this implemented, if I remember correctly this has been active on videoslots for some time. I know alot of places have already removed the reverse withdrawal. Just the odd few staging there working on it and adhering to regulations...
 

GameRoom

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Nov 23, 2019
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Paypal and many ewallets are now dinosaurs in the real world. They are both slow and cumbersome compared to what we have over here in Hong Kong and China. With the Fast Payment System anyone can register with a bank and send/receive money within seconds provided you register it with your phone number, email account or FPS ID. These old fossils need a real overhaul to compete in the fast-moving world.

Paypal had made it clear when they were swallowed by ebay more than a decade ago they do not get involved in funding of gambling so on this alone the casino in question is unethical. Folks should avoid this one.
is same with PayPal you send and get money in seconds,all you need phone no or email,same system bank and even facebook use
 

Dave182

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Nov 29, 2019
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Uk
Just a quick update on this. I sent an email to William Hill CEO Ulrik Bengsston on the 30th June with regards to them not not removing the reverse withdrawal method (to which I recieved a reply within the hour) . This was after communicating with customers services and getting nowhere.

Low and behold on the 30th try have finally remover thid feature, coincidence? I think not.
 
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