Americas Cardroom Tops Online Poker Payment Processing Report

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Dec/24/2012
Americas Cardroom Tops Online Poker Payment Processing Report

The $1 million in guaranteed money that's on the line in Americas Cardroom's Online Super Series this January will be paid out in record time, if this month's payment processing report is any indication. Americas Cardroom has once again topped the list of the fastest payouts in the industry for US poker players.

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"Our goal is to make our players happy, so naturally we're thrilled to be recognized as the site with the fastest payment processing," said Americas Cardroom spokesperson Michael Harris. "We look forward to pleasing our players with fast and reliable payouts into 2013 and beyond."

In a report released by Poker Affiliate Solutions last week, Americas Cardroom received an A rating for payment processing. The online poker site that's famous for welcoming US players with open arms has received A and A+ ratings throughout 2012.

The first place ranking puts Americas Cardroom at the top of the cashout reliability list, ahead of notable networks Merge, Bodog, and Carbon. According to the report, debit card withdrawals and cash transfers at Americas Cardroom take between 1-3 days. Check withdrawals are processed within 1-2 weeks.

December's payment processing report is especially good news for players interested in participating in Americas Cardroom's OSS II.

The $1 million guaranteed online poker series features 82 events spread out over two weeks. The series will culminate in a $200,000 guaranteed tournament, with $75k, $100k, and $150k tournaments thrown into the mix, too. The series also includes leaderboard competitions with extra prizes on the line for the top performers in the series. OSS II runs from January 13th through January 27th.

Full details on all available deposit and withdrawal methods plus details on the Online Super Series II can be found at AmericasCardroom.eu.

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