An e-payment processor has spoken out regarding the Everleaf Poker Network debacle, claiming that the site is not doing enough to get US players their money, despite pulling out of the American market in February.
Speaking with online poker site Pokerfuse, PIC Club Executive Chuck Kidd said that he offered to assist the Everleaf CFO in solving the payment issue, but that offer was turned away by Everleaf.
Kidd then went on to claim that Causash Establishment, Everleaf's payment processor, was really just a bank account that was a front that was operated by a key official who had strong ties to Everleaf.
Everleaf has taken few steps to assist US players in getting them their funds, suggesting that players open bank accounts outside of the United States or get Neteller or Moneybooker accounts; however, neither Moneybooks or Neteller take customers from the United States.
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Thanks for the heads up regarding Everleaf! I have 408 Euros sitting on Luvin Poker, I would love to see that money sometime. The closure of Everleaf to the US players has taught me a huge lesson....never keep that much $ in any online gaming account. Can't wait to hear more on this issue!