NOTE: This article is relevant only to customers in Germany and Austria.
We have some good news: In the upcoming weeks, we will begin our return to Europe!
To help ease your worries and as a thank you for your continued support and patience over the past few months, MuchBetter has chosen to settle the outstanding PayrNet balances of our European customers using our own funds through our new European partners.
Our return to Europe will be a gradual one and due to German/Austrian regulations, there are a few extra steps we need to take before we can return to your country. We are already working on this so we can have it as soon as possible, so please bear with us a little longer.
Thank you for your support over the past few months during our service disruption, we will be able to give you more information about our return to Germany/Austria soon.
For Germany and Austria Muchbetter needs more time, I hope there will be no problem either. The question is now again, when?!
At least there seems to be some movement in the matter. However, I first want my credit back before I even begin to think about a deposit. I think a proper credit for all those affected would be appropriate, but then MB would probably actually be broke...
Except Germany, Austria and Norway all could already pay out their money today. Soon it is perhaps again no more money left, perhaps MuchBetter changes again the opinion, as well as in Norway is not introduced in Germany and Austria their business.
The good things always disappear in the control state Germany.
I think I remember one of the banks that managed MuchBetter customers' money had payment problems or something.
In the meantime, however, this is supposed to have resolved.
However, it fails in DE now once again because of regulatory stumbling blocks.
Very sad. When they were heavily advertised by sunmaker in the beginning and sunmaker gave me a contactless NFC fob, I could always enslave my brother nicely and send him to the gas station for a few 6-packs without having to trust him with my card and PIN.