So 188 is dead and buried then? Shame
When it comes to gambling, PayPal is not an option unless you are a very small player. It is more expensive than the other e-wallets and not accepted from some bookmakers. There are other reasons as well.
Actually number26 was the discussion I was involved in and it was only 3 months ago! My experience of time is skewered.I'd be interested to hear off these "other" reasons Arbuser, clearly NT is the popular way to go but Paypal isn't asking questions like this that I know of so it maybe time for me to add it to the selection.
We ve seen this bookmaker asking for a proof of income several times. This is SOP according to the current regulation depending on the license that they hold. However, the vast majority of bookmakers do not request for a proof of income, unless they suspect something dodgy, or criminal action.188 is not considered to be a target of bonus abusers, simply because it offers bonuses very very rarely.In addition, we ve seen 188 limiting accounts due to sharp action, trading or arbing.Combining all these, my analysis (you can call it assumption if you like) is that 188 is trying to figure out who is holding double accounts, or who is cooperating with others in order to use their services.
The answer the Neteller manager gave is a typical failure of proper behaviour. A merchant with whom they have a contract and is a partner of them, requests something completely illegal and unreasonable and their response is "well, Mr. client don't give them access", instead of "we will resolve this with the merchant".
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