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30 November 2017 - 4:20pm

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Would anyone else like to see Paypal listed for our reward chips redemption? I sure would.Thank you.

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30 November 2017 - 10:06pm
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Thanks for the suggestion. It is a good idea and one that we actually considered in the past. However we were advised not to as Paypal has a no gambling policy for non regulated markets like the USA. There is a risk that by sending money both you and us could have our accounts locked and funds seized, so we don't want to risk that.

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1 December 2017 - 9:22am
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Yeah if you redemption rewards chip in PayPal you just used to online shopping,not make deposit on gambling sites,not useful for casino listing occupants Joking

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2 December 2017 - 3:56pm
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I think paypal is not that good for this. my paypal account has been suspended after I use it to money in at my neteller account for gambling. I'm not interested in activating it again.
I was charged guilty of violating the rules that they do not allow users from my country to engage in gambling. I wonder how they know if I use the funds in my neteller account to gamble.

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2 December 2017 - 7:29pm
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I think that's a pretty good idea, but that does not seem to be a pretty close relationship between paypal and casino, because they do not allow some transactions used in gambling unless they give freedom to transact and that does not seem to happen, I think paypal is less in favor with online gamblers

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3 December 2017 - 1:08pm
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than paypal better add bitcoin, many casinos already add bitcoin in banking

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14 December 2017 - 2:53pm
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I agree with you Endro Nawawi, bitcoin would be great! lol

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15 December 2017 - 12:41pm
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Endro Nawawi wrote:

than paypal better add bitcoin, many casinos already add bitcoin in banking

crepat wrote:

I agree with you Endro Nawawi, bitcoin would be great! lol

There's already a bitcoin chip redeeming at CL guys, probably from more than a year.

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16 December 2017 - 4:52am
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Without getting into my reasons for as well as the backstory behind my current opinion on PayPal, I absolutely 100%, despise them in every way, they are crooked and could care less about the people using their product, and they really have no real threats as similar competition goes so they can do what they please and don t care. This stemmed back a couple years ago now so they could be much different for all I know lol. It wouldn't change my views on Casino Listings at all, as I've become a big fan of all things Casino Listings, but I'm glad they don't have their own little spot in the CL store here lol I apologize for that brief venting ramble there, end rant .

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18 December 2017 - 2:03am
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I totally understand WaroftheGods. Paypal are notorious for freezing accounts and seizing funds without much explanation.. Its why I do not ever store any money in there, just use it to pay for things via one off transactions.

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20 December 2017 - 12:24am
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CL-Ed wrote:

Thanks for the suggestion. It is a good idea and one that we actually considered in the past. However we were advised not to as Paypal has a no gambling policy for non regulated markets like the USA. There is a risk that by sending money both you and us could have our accounts locked and funds seized, so we don't want to risk that.

We had this happen when I was on another site (the site is no longer going though) where people made and granted wishes. We had to be careful not to specify our contests or any types of raffles we held when we used Paypal. That is a good idea. However, I love my Amazon and also Kiva. Smile

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