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Online Casinos in general: Online Casino Money Back (Page 3)

Topic created on 29th Apr. 2021 | Page: 3 of 4 | Answers: 37 | Views: 14,847
gamble1
Legend
jubre wrote on 02.05.2021 at 03:56
I don't think Klarna will refund the money. I would be very surprised since the deposits are virtually transfers. The casino will stall you and pay you back nothing

Well, I would not be so sure Klarna is quite likely aware that payments to Curacao casinos are 100% illegal because Curacao is not even the EU argument applies

Thus, they will be able to estimate that someone if it is about 22k would also sue and this stress where they lose with almost certainty anyway because even in part EU casino players get the money refunded give the certainly not

In addition, that would be the end of all beautiful Curacao transactions where the players keep their mouths shut and providers like Klarna earn very well should there be a ruling

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Katharina2
Top Member
jubre wrote on 02.05.2021 at 03:59
... .You are but optimistic. If works out only through a lawyer and even that is unlikely......

I see a little differently: because whether Curacao or MGA license, illegal is illegal and there is
legal side, which is very successful in recovery actions, if Klarna does not
does not do it. Normally they should have refused, since they have that illegal
Gambling is illegal and they still favored it. So he would have his 18 000
at least still.

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Eggy092
Visitor
jubre wrote on 02.05.2021 at 03:56
I don't think Klarna will refund the money. I would be very surprised since the deposits are virtually transfers. The casino will stall you and pay you back nothing

Why does Klarna then want to have my account statements where all transfers are zusehen?

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Eggy092
Visitor
jubre wrote on 02.05.2021 at 04:05
... .they are laughing their heads off. You will hardly manage to enforce a lawsuit at all and even if you do, the chances of success are more than slim. You're completely out of their league. How can one only be so simple-minded with such a Bude so much to pay in? Unbelievable.

https://www.gamblejoe.com/forum/online-casinos/einzahlung-auszahlung/geld-zuruck-gebucht-klarna-137519/2/

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Eggy092
Visitor
Katharina2 wrote on 02.05.2021 at 11:12 am
Do I see it a bit different: because whether Curacao or MGA license, illegal is illegal and there is
a legal side that is extremely successful in clawback actions if Klarna does
does not do it. Normally they should have refused, since they have that illegal
Gambling is illegal and they still favored it. So he would have his 18 000
at least still.

They now want my bank statements with all transfers to the casino.
I think the Klarna would say right from the start that does not work.

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Katharina2
Top Member
Eggy092 wrote on 02/05/2021 at 11:50 AM
They now want my bank statements with all transfers to the casino.
I think the Klarna would say right from the start that does not work.

Not necessarily.....so what goes through already times, with the mass of transfers.
If you need, I'll look for you times the page with 'money back' out. The eigtl.
a good impression. There you can start a preliminary inquiry and some is in the apron
free of charge. We are still waiting for Klarna.

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Phillias_Md
Amateur
Eggy092 wrote on 29/04/2021 at 19:21: I deposited 18.000€ .

You deposited 18,000€ without being fully verified first and then even in a Curacao casino?!!!

This can only be a joke from you...

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Eggy092
Visitor
Hey guys,

They have now gone from 10% to 20% strangely enough.
Then they write: We do not want to make the situation public and are convinced that this is not even necessary.

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Wengust
Experienced
Eggy092 wrote on 06/05/2021 at 19:15: Hey guys,

They have now gone from 10% to 20% funny enough.
Then they still write: We don't want to make the situation public and are convinced that this is even not necessary.

Is now already public anyway

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gamble1
Legend
Wengust wrote on 06/05/2021 at 19:25
Is now anyway already public

In the end they still pay him that he writes something good haha then he has even 110 %

But why the sudden increase that would make no one if he would see himself in the right Klarna has already said something @TE

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