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Quick Tender Online Gambling Payment Solutions Shuts Down

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
May/25/2011
Quick Tender Online Gambling Payment Solutions

A popular payment solution for online gambling sites has been shut down.  Quick Tender was caught up in a US Government sting operation orchestrated by federal agents out of Baltimore.  While the company was named in an indictment unsealed on Monday, Quick Tender was not formally charged.

The company went under other names, including Use My Wallet. 

Earlier this month, Quick Tender claimed its funds were froze in a US banking account, though that is yet to be confirmed.

The Quick Tender website simply states “With regret, the Quicktender service has been discontinued. All account holders will be notified by email”

- Christopher Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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