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Online casino operator MustardBet suddenly ceased operations this week, with the group giving no notice to before they stopped taking bets.
No reason for the closure was given, but the site did say that players with active credit cards would have funds in their accounts returned within 72 hours of the closure (October 14th). The site will remain open for 28 days for players who don't have an active card and want to find an alternative payment method to get their funds returned.
MustardBet says that they'll settle all bets as winners unless there's multiple wagers on the same event. In this case, the customer will get the win for the best possible outcome, with other wagers tied to the event being treated as a loser.
The casino's website will close on November 11th, with the UK and Isle of Man-licensed site completely folding thereafter. Players are urged to contact the casino ASAP in order to settle their accounts.