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« on: September 05, 2016, 03:41:51 PM »

Hi i would just like to warn that Bigbetworld asked me to withdraw money to bank account,this could be big problem for lot of people so watch out.
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« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2016, 04:38:05 PM »

Hi i would just like to warn that Bigbetworld asked me to withdraw money to bank account,this could be big problem for lot of people so watch out.

How did you deposit?
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« Reply #2 on: September 05, 2016, 04:49:36 PM »

Hi i would just like to warn that Bigbetworld asked me to withdraw money to bank account,this could be big problem for lot of people so watch out.

How did you deposit?

Neteller,they have in their T&C that they can decide you can only withdraw to bank account.
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« Reply #3 on: September 05, 2016, 05:21:33 PM »

Hi i would just like to warn that Bigbetworld asked me to withdraw money to bank account,this could be big problem for lot of people so watch out.

How did you deposit?

Neteller,they have in their T&C that they can decide you can only withdraw to bank account.

I know some bookies want a withdrawal to a bank account as another form of KYC - do they say it is for all withdrawals or just the first one?
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« Reply #4 on: September 05, 2016, 07:06:03 PM »

Hi i would just like to warn that Bigbetworld asked me to withdraw money to bank account,this could be big problem for lot of people so watch out.

How did you deposit?

Neteller,they have in their T&C that they can decide you can only withdraw to bank account.

I know some bookies want a withdrawal to a bank account as another form of KYC - do they say it is for all withdrawals or just the first one?

They want that i withdraw all my money to bank but its not option for me,unfortunately my country dont accept online gambling so any withdrawal can be fined with 5k€ and make much more problems.Never had problems with them before but now one more bookie out for me.
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« Reply #5 on: September 05, 2016, 08:30:08 PM »

Hi i would just like to warn that Bigbetworld asked me to withdraw money to bank account,this could be big problem for lot of people so watch out.

How did you deposit?

Neteller,they have in their T&C that they can decide you can only withdraw to bank account.

I know some bookies want a withdrawal to a bank account as another form of KYC - do they say it is for all withdrawals or just the first one?

They want that i withdraw all my money to bank but its not option for me,unfortunately my country dont accept online gambling so any withdrawal can be fined with 5k€ and make much more problems.Never had problems with them before but now one more bookie out for me.

A massive problem we face with bookies is that the generalise  - Not all their customers have a bank account , not all customers have a mobile phone that can take pictures of documents etc - there is no common sense in their procedures or treating the customer as an individual
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« Reply #6 on: September 05, 2016, 08:41:06 PM »

This first withdrawal requiring to go back to the bank seems to be common amongst most German bookmakers for some reason whilst that isn't the policy of most bookmakers from any other country.

And to think that these bookmakers are supposed to be fighting against money laundering when you can deposit by an e-wallet and they not only allow you to withdraw back to your bank, but they insist and demand that you have to do that. It just shows that as if we needed reminding anymore that bookmakers don't give a toss about money laundering and all this other legal crap they spout out that they say they strictly comply with. They only comply with any of that sort of rubbish when it suits them to do so.
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« Reply #7 on: September 05, 2016, 09:04:49 PM »

This first withdrawal requiring to go back to the bank seems to be common amongst most German bookmakers for some reason whilst that isn't the policy of most bookmakers from any other country.

And to think that these bookmakers are supposed to be fighting against money laundering when you can deposit by an e-wallet and they not only allow you to withdraw back to your bank, but they insist and demand that you have to do that. It just shows that as if we needed reminding anymore that bookmakers don't give a toss about money laundering and all this other legal crap they spout out that they say they strictly comply with. They only comply with any of that sort of rubbish when it suits them to do so.

Of course,i had few accounts before and never had any problem but they ll try anything to keep the money.Everybody in this business just take care of money and how to get as more as they can.They have 'laws' and T&C in their favour and can do whatever they want.Its unfair war but we need ti deal with it.
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« Reply #8 on: September 05, 2016, 09:27:56 PM »

This first withdrawal requiring to go back to the bank seems to be common amongst most German bookmakers for some reason whilst that isn't the policy of most bookmakers from any other country.

And to think that these bookmakers are supposed to be fighting against money laundering when you can deposit by an e-wallet and they not only allow you to withdraw back to your bank, but they insist and demand that you have to do that. It just shows that as if we needed reminding anymore that bookmakers don't give a toss about money laundering and all this other legal crap they spout out that they say they strictly comply with. They only comply with any of that sort of rubbish when it suits them to do so.

No - they don't give a toss about money laundering - they just have to say they do just like all the "responsible gambling" crap they have to spout to keep their licence
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« Reply #9 on: September 06, 2016, 09:46:21 AM »

also these books don't get to keep the money from confiscated accounts, they pay it to the government.

they just don't like you, op

edit: this is a fact, not my opinion, probably verifiable by reading laws and gambling licenses
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« Reply #10 on: September 06, 2016, 10:19:46 AM »

also these books don't get to keep the money from confiscated accounts, they pay it to the government.

they just don't like you, op

My account is not confiscated or closed,i can still bet with small amounts 10% of original limit but for no reason they want bank withdrawal even i send them all other documents they wanted.
Too bad for them in the end soon they ll get big bad publicity for lousy amount of money.
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« Reply #11 on: September 06, 2016, 10:32:51 AM »

yeah but if you leave them the money, ie cannot get the bank account, the account will stay dormant after which they will close it and pay the government

op you can try the following, there are some ewallets who open a bank account for you too, specifically in malta, check leupay.eu. i have an account, but some of the sportsbooks will not transfer me the money to the iban because the bank account is not located in the same country as me.

now, in EU there is a free flow of services, legally, i can go to any country and open a bank account there, legally

so this restriction, that they will only transfer to banks in the same country as user, is retarded and probably illegal

that said, maybe they will, you can try, if you're out of options
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« Reply #12 on: September 06, 2016, 10:46:30 AM »

yeah but if you leave them the money, ie cannot get the bank account, the account will stay dormant after which they will close it and pay the government

op you can try the following, there are some ewallets who open a bank account for you too, specifically in malta, check leupay.eu. i have an account, but some of the sportsbooks will not transfer me the money to the iban because the bank account is not located in the same country as me.

now, in EU there is a free flow of services, legally, i can go to any country and open a bank account there, legally

so this restriction, that they will only transfer to banks in the same country as user, is retarded and probably illegal

that said, maybe they will, you can try, if you're out of options

Thank you for your help,i ll try it,i get one more suggestion similar to your,worldcore.eu,did anybody tried them and tell me if they are legit?
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« Reply #13 on: September 06, 2016, 12:21:31 PM »

there are some ewallets who open a bank account for you too

a list of those would be appreciated
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