How Long Does It Take to Get a PayPal Payout at GlobalPoker.com?

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May/17/2017

GlobalPoker.com claims to be an online poker site that is authorized to accept PayPal deposits and make withdrawals via this third party processing method.

The hold time (or the time in which to receive a payout via PayPal) is 21 days.  A representative from GlobalPoker.com says this is imposed by PayPal, not the poker site itself.

This Internet poker room markets itself as one where players can now use PayPal via a newly developed business model. It combines virtual currency with real cash prizes, allowing the company to operate in the U.S., Canada and many other countries worldwide.

“We're proud to offer a widely accessible poker site to the U.S. poker playing public," said Laurence Escalante, chief executive officer and founder of VGW, the company behind Global Poker. "We believe Global Poker is the future of online poker in the U.S."

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