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bwin /moneybookers

Mon Jul 16, 2012 6:53 am

10+days pending withdrawals from bwin to moneybookers, they have technical difficulties and no idea when the problem will be resolved

anyone know what the problem or only delays
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Re: bwin /moneybookers

Mon Jul 16, 2012 10:32 am

I made withdrawals to mb from gamebookers last week and were processed in one day. Perhaps there is indeed a technical problem with bwin despite the fact that the two companies belong to the same group.
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Re: bwin /moneybookers

Wed Jul 18, 2012 9:31 am

Seems they have problems - Neteller within 24 hours, Skrill pending for 5 days now
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Re: bwin /moneybookers

Wed Jul 25, 2012 11:48 am

got my money yesterday after 10 days
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Re: bwin /moneybookers

Wed Jul 25, 2012 12:37 pm

Well done bookielover.
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Re: bwin /moneybookers

Tue Jun 04, 2013 6:56 am

is the long MB withdrawal period a technical problem or is it an anti arbing measure?
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Re: bwin /moneybookers

Sat Aug 17, 2013 9:39 pm

Damn, I just noticed that withdrawals from Bwin to Moneybookers now comes with a €3 +3,0% fee. Is it the same for everyone? I never saw this before but I assume it is new. I assume the same fees goes for Neteller?
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Re: bwin /moneybookers

Sat Aug 17, 2013 10:07 pm

HL333982 wrote: Damn, I just noticed that withdrawals from Bwin to Moneybookers now comes with a €3 +3,0% fee. Is it the same for everyone? I never saw this before but I assume it is new. I assume the same fees goes for Neteller?
I noticed MB fees today when I was going to withdraw but decided not to...Don't know for Neteller
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Re: bwin /moneybookers

Sun Aug 18, 2013 6:10 am

Yes, in my account I can see the fees for MB and Neteller. Shame on them..
I wonder if it is for everyone or only for east european countries.

Of course, gamebookers also has these fees..
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Re: bwin /moneybookers

Tue Aug 20, 2013 12:55 pm

HL333982 wrote: Damn, I just noticed that withdrawals from Bwin to Moneybookers now comes with a €3 +3,0% fee. Is it the same for everyone? I never saw this before but I assume it is new. I assume the same fees goes for Neteller?
same here! its crazy 3% for withdraw bookmakers are fighting now with moneybookers or what
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Re: bwin /moneybookers

Mon Aug 26, 2013 5:39 am

Yes, this is crazy! Could it be just a temporary fee during the Skrill cashback? Maybe to many people use Bwin to transfer money in and out to get the cashback. I guess Bwin have some sort of fee to pay to Skrill for each transaction and they just got smashed during the cashback.

If this fee is here to stay I think they had to send out information about it to give us a chance to withraw.
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Re: bwin /moneybookers

Mon Aug 26, 2013 7:10 am

ca. 3% is common fee for bwin to pay to skrill as merchant.
But agree - this was another step from bwin towards arbers - they definately want to get rid of us sharks trying to say with the millions of tiny bettors placing 4€ at 6-10x combination-bets @odds of 10-100.
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Re: bwin /moneybookers

Mon Aug 26, 2013 9:52 am

MUCHBET wrote: ca. 3% is common fee for bwin to pay to skrill as merchant.
But agree - this was another step from bwin towards arbers - they definately want to get rid of us sharks trying to say with the millions of tiny bettors placing 4€ at 6-10x combination-bets @odds of 10-100.

Yes :( But know again 1 major brand of betting is DIED. Things move only bad...
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Re: bwin /moneybookers

Mon Aug 26, 2013 10:38 am

Is this new fee legal? continuing this logic, they can set fee to 99%, not tell anyone and cash in $$
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Re: bwin /moneybookers

Mon Aug 26, 2013 1:28 pm

ami5 wrote: Is this new fee legal? continuing this logic, they can set fee to 99%, not tell anyone and cash in $$
You might have a point here. Even though we are bound by their terms and amendments to those it doesn't mean they can introduce and enforce unfair terms. It reminds me a case  in the UK where some people could reclaim unfair overdrafts fees charged by their bank.
However bwin could argue that the 3% is not excessive and aims to compensate their own MB/NT fees. It still makes no sense to introduce a fee that affects everyone. It's not just sharps, the regular punter as well as casino and poker players do use MB a lot.

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