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Topic created on 26th Dec. 2023 | Page: 3 of 3 | Answers: 38 | Views: 3,648
R3hab
Expert

TheFighter86 wrote on 02/27/2024 17:09:

Wasn't a casino but Jeton Wallet. The comment was also not from me but from someone on the Trustpilot reviews. I always like to do thorough research and therefore had concerns now. Because I'm unemployed and don't have any payslips to prove it, just a bank statement or notice.


So I always wonder why many people here haven't had any problems so far and have even been able to withdraw several 10,000 euros in winnings from Jeton without any problems. The evaluation was only about 4000 Euro win, normally Jeton should actually ask where the win comes from or not? Because according to the terms and conditions, illegal gambling is not permitted. That's why I'm so surprised by the positive comments here.

Oh well, I had a look at it yesterday but Jeton's license or supervisory authority prevented me from registering


Psc is in the EU and doesn't require anything like that
But well, best to stick with what you know^^

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TheFighter86
Rookie

T0uchTheSky wrote on 02/24/2024 01:13:

Bad reviews have every payment Provider when asked for proof. As I said, every bank and payment provider must adhere to money laundering law, not just Jeton, otherwise they lose their license, see PayrNet UAB, that's why MuchBetter was out of service for more than 1 year.


The problem with crypto is that it doesn't say who the money is from. If you Deposit a lot of money there or often deposit money via crypto, of course Jeton will eventually ask where the money comes from, which can also happen with many other providers.

I have been with Jeton for more than a year and have never had a problem so far, turnover including deposits and withdrawals has certainly already exceeded 50,000 euros. In my case, I pay out directly from the casino to the Jeton Wallet, so Jeton sees the names of the casinos and knows where the money is coming from.

I also have Binance, but I don't use it for casinos because I also have cryptos there and I don't want Binance to get in trouble at some point and even freeze my account. I use the TrusWallet and LTC, where the fee is not even 1 cent. If I need money from the TrustWallet, I deposit it in a casino with crypto, then I convert once and withdraw to the Jeton Wallet at some point. But be careful, at many casinos the payment method must be identical to the depositor. But there are also many that are not like that ^^ So you never get into trouble ^^


You wrote that you paid out directly from the casino to Jeton... but how did you deposit into the casino? You should always use the same deposit and withdrawal methods, otherwise the casino won't book you.

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TheFighter86
Rookie

T0uchTheSky wrote on 02/24/2024 01:13:

Bad reviews have every payment Provider when asked for proof. As I said, every bank and payment provider must adhere to money laundering law, not just Jeton, otherwise they lose their license, see PayrNet UAB, that's why MuchBetter was out of service for more than 1 year.


The problem with crypto is that it doesn't say who the money is from. If you Deposit a lot of money there or often deposit money via crypto, of course Jeton will eventually ask where the money comes from, which can also happen with many other providers.

I have been with Jeton for more than a year and have never had a problem so far, turnover including deposits and withdrawals has certainly already exceeded 50,000 euros. In my case, I pay out directly from the casino to the Jeton Wallet, so Jeton sees the names of the casinos and knows where the money is coming from.

I also have Binance, but I don't use it for casinos because I also have cryptos there and I don't want Binance to get in trouble at some point and even freeze my account. I use the TrusWallet and LTC, where the fee is not even 1 cent. If I need money from the TrustWallet, I deposit it in a casino with crypto, then I convert once and withdraw to the Jeton Wallet at some point. But be careful, at many casinos the payment method must be identical to the depositor. But there are also many that are not like that ^^ So you never get into trouble ^^


For example, can you not withdraw crypto from Stake or 5Gringos or Mondcasino to crypto from Jeton? Or do you always have to pay out everything via Jeton Wallet in case you win?


I registered with Cryptopay yesterday, are they also so sensitive about KYC and casinos?

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MisterL
Expert
get a HARDWARE WALLET

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TheFighter86
Rookie

MisterL wrote on 28.02.2024 at 09:31: why don't you get a HARDWARE WALLET?

Hello, with a Hardweare Wallet I can't withdraw money with a card and this wallet costs extra money.

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MisterL
Expert
Yes but pay out on it

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TheFighter86
Rookie

MisterL wrote on 28.02.2024 at 15:10: Yes but pay out on it

Ok but what advantage does a hardware wallet have over a normal one?

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R3hab
Expert

TheFighter86 wrote on February 28, 2024 at 8:47 pm:

Ok but what advantage does a hardware wallet have over a normal one?

Are only good for storage because very secure

Doesn't coinbase have a kk that you can pay by crypto

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MisterL
Expert

TheFighter86 wrote on February 28, 2024 at 8:47 pm:

Ok but what advantage does a hardware wallet have over a normal one?

well i'm not an expert in crypto things but should i be really lucky for some reason (from 5k upwards) and the casino also pays


on crypto then I will get a hardware wallet and pay out on it.

Reason: no one will ask me where the money comes from and I can pay it out in real money (e.g. Jeton).

or just Deposit it again and save myself these insanely high transfer fees

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