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Online Casinos in general: StarGames experience (Page 105)

Topic created on 04th Jan. 2022 | Page: 105 of 167 | Answers: 1,668 | Views: 214,050
MisterL
Expert
yes of course the extended arm of state security 2.0 that takes care of the unfortunate

unscrupulous types

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Tigerbaby2004
Rookie

gamble1 wrote on 02.12.2023 at 21:33:

But the money laundering law, regardless of whether you find it exaggerated or not, is a government requirement and everyone has to comply with it, not just banks but first of all all traders who offer their services in DE and accept money from customers in the case of betting it was not even € 10,000 but only € 2,000 if I am not mistaken

In Germany, however, you can only gamble away a total of €1,000 per month in an online casino. The rule you mentioned about checking from €10,000 or €2,000 should therefore not apply at all. And in my case, I was talking about €300.

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x00NY
Elite

Tigerbaby2004 wrote on 03.12.2023 at 10:24:

You can only gamble a total of €1,000 per month in Online Casinos in Germany. The rule you mentioned for checking from €10,000 or €2,000 should therefore not apply at all. And in my case, I was talking about €300.

From €2,000 total Deposit, not from €2,000 per month....

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T0uchTheSky
Elite

gamble1 wrote on 02.12.2023 at 21:33:

But the money laundering law, regardless of whether you find it exaggerated or not, is a government requirement and everyone has to comply with it, not just banks but first of all all traders who offer their services in DE and accept money from customers in the case of betting it was not even € 10,000 but only € 2,000 if I am not mistaken

Yes, that is correct. But we don't pay the money directly into the casinos in cash, i.e. our money must first end up in a bank/financial institution before the money is sent on to the casinos. And where the money lands first, these institutions have a duty to check the money and release it. As you know, if the money comes from abroad or unknown sources, or in the case of large sums, your bank may ask you or block the money first.


So why do the casinos have to check again where the money comes from?

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Tigerbaby2004
Rookie
Every time I want to make a withdrawal at StarGames I get the message that I am still in a gaming session. Really every time. Even if I haven't been online for hours or if I'm in a 5-minute break from StarGames, even if I've definitely closed the game beforehand. This message appears every time and only with a lot of luck does it disappear after countless attempts.
This is surely just another attempt by StarGames to make payouts more difficult and to tempt the player to continue playing.

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Rasmik12
Top Member

Tigerbaby2004 wrote on 04.12.2023 at 12:10 pm: Every time I want to make a withdrawal at StarGames I get the message that I am still in a gaming session. Really every time. Even if I haven't been online for hours beforehand, or if I'm in a 5-minute break from playing at StarGames, even if I've definitely closed the game beforehand. This message appears every time and only with a lot of luck does it disappear after countless attempts.
This is surely just another attempt by StarGames to make payouts more difficult and to tempt the player to continue playing.

You are really unlucky.

I only have problems very, very rarely.
And the problems are spread across all casinos. I wouldn't say that one is better than the other

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Langhans
Expert

Tigerbaby2004 wrote on 04.12.2023 at 12:10 pm:
Surely this is just another attempt by StarGames to make payouts more difficult and to tempt the player to continue playing.

klaro...perhaps 105 pages of discussion about hopeless gaming experiences are gradually leading to psychoses

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garfield68
Elite

Tigerbaby2004 wrote on 04.12.2023 at 12:10: Every time I want to make a withdrawal at StarGames I get the message that I am still in a gaming session. Really every time. Even if I haven't been online for hours beforehand, or if I'm in a 5-minute break from playing at StarGames, even if I've definitely closed the game beforehand. This message appears every time and only with a lot of luck does it disappear after countless attempts.
This is surely just another attempt by StarGames to make payouts more difficult and to tempt the player to continue playing.

i've (unfortunately) been getting this all the time lately. but don't worry, StarGames doesn't want to make it difficult for you to cash out, it's just a bug in the system.

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Tigerbaby2004
Rookie

Langhans wrote on 04.12.2023 at 12:25 pm:

klaro...maybe 105 pages of discussion about hopeless gaming experiences gradually lead to psychosis

I can show you the message. I haven't read through the 105 pages. I've only had 2 specific problems so far.

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Langhans
Expert

Tigerbaby2004 wrote on 04.12.2023 at 12:28 pm:

I can gladly show you the message. I haven't read through the 105 pages. So far I've only had 2 specific problems.

I believe you get the message. My point is the conclusion that is drawn from it

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