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If so, what are your personal experiences. Is it good or bad? I read they do business all over the world and currently licensed in 42 states across the USA. Most online casinos offer this option. Here's the link:
FYI, I have not yet registered and their FAQ is coming soon. I really appreciate whatever input you have.
Y'all take care.. =^. .^=
I use MB all the time. They are fast and efficient, until you have to contact their support people via email in which case you can wait weeks or even months for a response to a simple question!
They definitely do not accept business from US residents for gambling purposes as far as I am aware. I believe you can get an account but it cannot be used for online gambling related transactions.
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First of all, thank you very much CL-Ed for sharing this helpful information. I thought the Skrill would be a great solution for USA players. Unfortunately, we are still doomed due to legal issues..
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