Withdrawal Fees at Mr Green and UKGC Compliance

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Hi all, I was under the impression, could be completely wrong here... that casinos who hold a UKGC licence have to offer a free form of withdrawal?

I was playing at Mr Green and noticed that it’s 1% to withdraw if it’s over £100 or £1 if less, I think it’s absolutely disgusting that a player has to pay to withdraw winnings.

I mean to pay £10 fees on a £1000 withdrawal is a bit steap, no matter which method, surely it’s not costing them that for some wallets?

I’m sure in the past when I played there it was free also.

Rob
 
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pinnit2014

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Don’t think so Rob: Videoslots and LV Bet etc charge but at least they give a free one per day/week - VS is fine by me and LVs one a week is not the best.

The review into withdrawals recently was to look at unfair restrictions in withdrawing, like low weekly or monthly limits/dormancy fees : don’t think it looked at fees charged per se. Though, have credit card companies not recently had their surcharges curtailed? So not sure...

I am amazed why an operator the size of them feel the need to impose a fee - despite the fact that they’re probably the fastest payer. Possibly their RTP is so good that every player just can’t stop withdrawing? :p
 

paul7388

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Could be wrong here but i think the laws in UK on credit cards are more to do with deposits.

Think they can no longer charge you for depositing same as a shop is not meant to charge you for using your card.

But think they can still charge on withdrawals as you are not making a purchase with the card.
 

souldragon

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Mr Green used to charge a fee on deposits but when this was outlawed they rather sneakily simply switched this fee onto withdrawals.One of the few of those on the Accredited list that still charges fees of any sort.
 

mac72

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Are they fast withdrawals for all players or just vip? I used to play there but “lost” vip status due to inactivity and then they said 48hrs for withdrawals? Has that changed ?
 

amourgirl

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tell me they have speeded up their withdrawal times,.... they used to be fasr but now they take too long IMO so not played since.
 

Mouche12

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Guts still charges $2.50 per transaction I believe (regardless of the amount), so there are at least two accredited casinos charging withdrawal fees.
 

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Guts still charges $2.50 per transaction I believe (regardless of the amount), so there are at least two accredited casinos charging withdrawal fees.
i havent paid dep nor wd fees there in ages, but i thought it was 2.5 for the dep? If i recall correctly i always had to dep 97.50 off a 100 prepaid card for it to go through
 

Mouche12

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Never paid money for dep using e-wallets, withdrawals via neteller carry a $2.50 fee.
 
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