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Instant Banking for Online Gambling Could Return to US Soon

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Apr/09/2012
Instant Banking for Online Gambling Could Return to US Soon

There may be a new payment processor in town for those in the US online gambling community.

ADI-News.com has reported on the merger of two big name payment processors, Mazooma and BigPoint

From ADI-News.com:

These two parties mentioned above have struck a deal with each other. This agreement will allow players from the US who play on Bigpoint EUR™ to use Mazooma EUR™ to satisfy all of their instant banking needs. This will help the United States players order and buy the virtual credits that they need to play on Bigpoint EUR™.

This cooperation could be the beginning of a very strong United States business opportunity for Mazooma if things go as predicted in the online gambling community in the US.

Currently, US-facing online gambling websites have had to work with more “risky” payment processors, assuming hefty fees.  Some withdrawal methods can take between 4 and 6 weeks compared to the couple of hours once the industry norm through instant checks.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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