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News & Notices: Quasar no deposit (Page 2)

Topic created on 13th Jun. 2018 | Page: 2 of 2 | Answers: 16 | Views: 4,310
Anonym
Simbda wrote on 15/06/2018 at 14:16: Schleswig Holstein should also no longer go. Someone wrote there in the comments

SH is correct. There they have yes also no license.
But Lower Saxony has no gambling regulation to my knowledge. There, only the failed State Treaty on Gambling "applies", which should not result in a block.

But well, if they write it at Quasar so, they may have a prohibition of the authorities there.

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Anonym
Now knows why it no longer works in Lower Saxony:

This involves so-called "payment blocking", which the Lower Saxony Ministry of the Interior uses to try to stop payments from customers to gambling providers that are not licensed in Germany. The ministry turns, when an order has been successfully served on the gambling Provider, to the bank, which is then supposed to block the payment flows.

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Simbda
Top Member
Why don't they write it that way? And say internal decision?. Would be easier for them . and why only Lower Saxony and Schleswig Holstein? Questions about questions

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Andrew789
Experienced
Mombasa wrote on 06/16/2018 08:43: Now knows why it no longer works in Lower Saxony:

This is about the so-called "Payment Blocking", with which the Lower Saxony Ministry of the Interior tries to prevent payments from customers to gambling providers that do not have a license in Germany. The ministry turns, when an order has been successfully served on the gambling Provider, to the bank, which is then supposed to block the payment flows.

But what does that mean now? I Deposit by Paysafecard and not from the bank. And can I still deposit and withdraw normally at other casinos? Or does this apply only to certain casinos for now? Difficult topic.

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Anonym
Players from Lower Saxony have probably already been blocked.
Thus, Quasar is not taking any risks with the blocking.

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Anonym
Payment blocking violates the General Data Protection Regulation

FDP politician Christian Grascha is calling on the state Ministry of the Interior to stop the current practice. "The data protection Risk is currently simply being shifted to the financial service providers. That's not how it works," he said in an interview with the political journal Rundblick. According to Grascha, the minimum requirement for such an approach would be a corresponding legal basis, if that is at all realistic.

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Daniel
Elite
Simbda wrote on 06/16/2018 at 10:54 am: Why don't they write it that way? And say internal decision?. Would be easier for them . and why only Lower Saxony and Schleswig Holstein? Questions about questions

Because it was an internal decision coming directly from Novomatic. The reason is that Novomatic wants to position itself on the US-American market. It was apparently invested several 100 million euros. In order for Novomatic to get and / or keep a license in the US, they have to have an absolutely clean slate worldwide, otherwise Novomatic apparently can't get a gambling license there. I got the info from a casino manager who has some insider info every now and then.


Since offering online gambling in Germany is "illegal" or a gray area, the "clean slate" would no longer be a given

I can also test the latest Novomatic games on Malta (with Freemoney of course ) and these are very similar in style to the typical Las Vegas slots. Low Variance, lots of effects, movie themes like "From Dusk till Down", etc.

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