In Poland they decided to quit payments through e-wallets with no earlier warning and many players are forced to withdraw their balances to bank account which is in theory not safe according to the law.
Quote from: freaked on August 03, 2016, 06:37:51 PMWhat's the general concensus on unibet in this forum?I have held off on opening account for the past few years because of the stated rules in the t+c's.Considering overlooking it but I don't want to be in the same position as OP here.I've never had any problems with them - limited but still arbing on big markets I dont know another story you want to heree, you read the chat yourself or it there something hidden in it also.Sometimes you have to believe that it is just the way it is, maybe tomorrow it happens to you and then you come back hereTBH I don't think we are getting the whole story here
What's the general concensus on unibet in this forum?I have held off on opening account for the past few years because of the stated rules in the t+c's.Considering overlooking it but I don't want to be in the same position as OP here.
"In theory" is key phrase.In theory placing bets in bookmakers which don't have Polish license (= 12% tax on each bet) is illegal. What is more there's big probability that with beginning of 2017 these bookmakers and payments processors sites will be blocked in Polish territory.
Deposited 2000e instead of 200e, 20 days ago. My keyboard went crazy, and I contacted them on chat, said the problem and made withdrawal..Since i know there is no rulle for rollover, I did it with no worries.Than they asked for my documents, when I sent all of them, they rejected bank statement and asked for a bill. I said I have no bills on that adress it is my mothers house and all bills goes on her name.They also rejected neteller deposit screenshot, and asked for picture where they can see that my account is verified.I sent that SS, and sent government official document stating my adress..After a few failed chats with rude costumer service worker, they "accepted" all documents and put my account for an "investigation".It has been 20 days from that, and all they are saying is "sorry for incovinience,your money is safe, you will be notified when it is over".Anyone been in this kind of situation?Anyone know what is the timeframe for this kind of "investigation"?Sorry if I missed the post, I can create new one if it is bothering u admins, thanks in advance ..
Dont get me wrong, but I am not a newbie in this business.Like I said I know for a decent time that rollover isnt necessary when we're speaking of uni.I wrote a complain on SBR at the end of the first week, but nothing so far..I thought it may be like u said, they are trying to prove something and confiscate my money so they need more time, but they cannot use anything against me.Funny thing about this forum, Nikos and smart guys built a small gold mine, noone will help with a concrete advice, but when it is about playing smart and criticise,there they are .. dont do this or that!Must say again dont get me wrong, I earn a pretty much money on my way and I am not one of these guys asking for concrete infos and begging for guides on how to bet smart..best wishes to u, I hope this will go on my way and I'll be paid soon
I've had no problems with Unibet whatsoever and TBH it was your mistake and it is very easy to see why they can assume that this is an attempt at money laundering and need to investigate - however long it takes you need to accept that and let them do their jobMoney laundering is a major problem for bookies because of the ease of recycling money quickly and Unibet are not a dodgy Eastern European bookie who are happy to do this - they are reputable and need to be seen to do the right thing to comply with their licenceNo one here will be able to give you a timescale and to have a dig at Nikos and anyone else for their help or non-help is a bit out of order - only Unibet can give you information on your particular caseAt the end of the day it is your responsibility to check what numbers you are entering just as it is for all of us - if Unibet accept it was a genuine mistake then you have nothing to worry about
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