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News & Notices: Entercash payment method by direct debit at online casinos !!!! WARNING!!! (Page 3)

Topic created on 04th Dec. 2018 | Page: 3 of 6 | Answers: 50 | Views: 12,581
Anonym
Kopfkino wrote on 12/13/2018 at 8:19 pm
There used to be Click2pay 10,15 years ago, they did something like this too

Went out of business of course.

As I just read this just by the way, Click2Pay did not go out of business

Click2Pay were the beginnings of Wirecard AG. Today they are one of the largest payment service providers for online stores. At that time they made money with Click2Pay to be able to take off and then later discontinued Click2Pay and withdrew from gambling. The company is listed on the stock exchange and has a market capitalization of over 17 billion euros. So bankrupt is something else

Have Click2Pay but also never liked and strongly advise against gambling via direct debit, whether legal or illegal!

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Pagani
Rookie
That is already almost criminal. Now the people who have already gambled away their money are still tempted to register there and make deposits even though they have no money. It does not matter if the direct debit bursts. That the banks each burst debit note negative, should be aware of everyone who does that. If one needs then times really financial assistance, then that flows with into the decision. Only times to the info. And do not whine if one day Russia collection stands in front of the door with a nice greeting from the payment service Provider

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Begbie
Elite
lol seen too many bad movies huh?!

/e they will not get the money back because they know that they are basically on the edge of legality with their service.

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Pagani
Rookie
Life experience. Nobody has money to give away and they won't put up with that

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Pagani
Rookie
Paypal is also a payment method for casinos and PayPal also offers direct debit. If the bursts, direct debit is blocked directly and then you can dress warmly if they want to have their money back

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Begbie
Elite
in principle, the same applies to paypal. they also actually act illegally
hence all the lawsuits against PayPal, so that they had to refund the money.
and, as a consequence, withdraw from this business.

since all parties involved, players and payment service providers, knowingly move in a legal gray area, moral aspects are imho out of the question

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Anonym
Pagani wrote on 14.12.2018 at 08:51: Paypal is also a payment method for casinos and PayPal also offers direct debit. If that bursts, direct debit is blocked directly and then you can dress warmly if they want their money back.

This is wrong...Paypal pulls back because they can not do anything ^^
Enough players have done that and it's nothing happened when a collection letter comes to point out that Online Casinos are illegal and you never get another letter.
But here, strangely enough, all know better although they have NEVER acted against casinos against the banks or Paypal?
Somehow also funny

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Pagani
Rookie
Then I'm probably the only one who got a real beating from PayPal

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Anonym
Pagani wrote on 12/14/2018 at 09:03: Then I guess I'm the only one who got a real smackdown from Paypal.

If you do not know what to do certainly
If you pay the Debt collection then haste ne slap got
Otherwise and there you can say what you want there is no way
Neither a Russian bad boy who kicks down your door nor a lawsuit that you could have lost unless you have an ass as a lawyer.
What should you get justice for?

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Anonym

MCReyn wrote on 12/14/2018 at 09:05 AM
If you do not know what to do certainly
If you pay the collection then haste got ne slap
Otherwise and there you can say what you want there is no way
Neither a Russian bad boy who kicks your door in nor a lawsuit that you could have lost unless you have an ass as a lawyer.
What should you get justice for?

The question is whether you want to get into a legal battle with Paypal. Because they certainly have a bit more money to chew this through to the last instance. And the whole thing is and remains a gray area.


Anyone who withdraws his money via PayPal after he has lost is dishonorable. Because the wins would have the player of course gladly claimed via Paypal.

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